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Things to do in Texarkana March 6 – March 14, 2023

1. Deadline to Register for Pitch It Texarkana
Friday, March 10

Do you have an authentic and innovative idea? Pitch It at Texarkana’s Entrepreneurial competition! Learn more.

2. Downtown Live
Friday, March 10
Make plans to visit Downtown this Friday night! Learn more.

3. Leadership Frameworks
Friday, March 10
Join Leadership Texarkana for a seminar with Maxwell certified trainer Sil Gomez! “Everyone Communicated, Few Connect”. Learn more!

4. Wagons for Veterans
Saturday, March 11
Join us for the 5th annual Wagons for Veterans this Saturday at the Four States Fair Grounds! Learn more.


5. Karaoke Night at Whiskey River
Tuesday, March 7
You are the star on the Whiskey River Country stage every Tuesday night. Cash and prizes, great drinks and pizzas. See you and HEAR you on Tuesdays with Omega Entertainment. Learn more!

6. Youth Zumba
Thursday, March 9
Make plans to attend! Learn more here.

7. Little Britches Youth Rodeo
Saturday, March 11
Little Britches Youth Rodeo coming to the Four States Fairgrounds. Call the office at the Fairgrounds if you have any questions at 870-773-2941.

8. Busted, Knuckles Stunt tour
Saturday, March 11
That’s right Texarkana! The Busted Knuckles Stunt Tour is coming to town! See some of the most daring stunts performed on Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Enjoy live music, food, and drinks. Stunt Showtimes are 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM. Learn more!

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9. Four States Line Dance Festival
Saturday, March 11
Regional Line Dance Festival in Texarkana AR. Open to groups and individual dancers. $15 admission. Join us for this fun day of dancing! Learn more!

10. 21st Annual Regional Celebration of African American Artists Exhibit: Ernest C. Withers Collection, Good Night, My Love
Through March 25

This photography exhibition features work from the iconic worldwide photojournalist, Ernest C. Withers, who recorded African American history in the segregated South for over sixty years. His vast collection contains some of the most significant Civil Rights Movement activities. Withers’ ever-present three cameras captured moments of change, conflict, classic, community, bravery, courage, determination, innocence, inspiration, and love. With the added local representation from photographer Barbara Pitts Riley, and a High School Cell Phone photography competition, this exhibition details significant history lessons with glimpses of the past, present, and future. Learn more! 

Live Music
All Week
Head over to the goTXK calendar to take a look at all of the live music happening this week! 

Celebrate Sesquicentennial All Year Long
Quarterly calendars and details for individual events will be announced on each of the platforms listed. Currently, the list of events planned by the committee include these events!

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