It's hard to believe that the weekend is already here again!  Oh, and it's Easter Weekend too. A lot of family and friends will be getting together for Easter dinner on Sunday. But there are still plenty of things to do in Texarkana.

Four States Fair and Rodeo

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It's the last weekend of the fun on the midway and tons of rodeo action will be at the Four States Fair Entertainment Center. You can get all the details at Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Four States Fair. We also have Traffic Routes and other things you need to know at Four States Fair Traffic Flow and Security Info You Need To Know

Twilight Tour at State Line Cemetery

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Learn about the people that first came to Texarkana in this living history presentation. Many of our first Texarkana settlers and business owners are buried at this cemetery. You get tickets in advance. More details and ticket information is available at Twilight Tour Celebrates Texarkana's Sesquicentennial Saturday 

Runnin' WJ Ranch Benefit Sporting Clay Shoot

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This benefit starts at 8 AM Saturday morning at Rocky Creek Outdoors located at 4001 South State Line in Texarkana, Arkansas. More details here.

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First Friday Monthly Market in Camden, Arkansas from 6 PM to 9PM Friday evening with a big Easter Egg Hunt for the Kids and the Easter Bunny will be there too. More details at First Friday Market Kicks-off 2023 Season in Camden, AR

Scenic Train Ride in Arkansas. More details at See Stunning Scenery on a Train Ride Through Arkansas in April

Little Rock Zoo is hosting Breakfast with the Bunny on Easter Sunday, April 9 more details at Breakfast With Bunny at Arkansas' Little Rock Zoo Easter Sunday

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