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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Are you looking for some fun family activities for the kids this weekend? Here are some suggestions for you:
35th Annual Holiday Craft and Gift Sale at Jacksonville community Center
Handmade creations for purchase such as woodwork, paintings, jewelry, holiday décor and more.
$2, kids $1
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Info: 982-0818 or CityOfJacksonville.net/Parks
Conway Regional Women's Council's Dazzle Days
The annual shopping event that helps fund the expansion of Conway Regional Women's Center and surgical facilities, and provide scholarships.
Saturday Pajama Party with Santa
Over 90 vendors
Conway Expo Center
$5 general, $4 seniors, kids under 12 are FREE
Garvan Woodland Garden's Holiday Light opens in Hot Springs!
Over 1.8 million bulbs light up the gorgeous 15 Acre green space, complimentary hot cocoa
Luminous tree, forest full of candy canes, peppermints, shooting stars, flying butterflies and brand new 50 foot rose tree as center of musical display for Santa, reindeer and elves
There's a train, gingerbread house and more
$10, kids 6-12 $5, under are FREE!
Arkansas Arts Center Museum School Sale at Clear Channel Metroplex
Museum school instructors and students put their originals works on sale...pottery, photography, jewelry, paintings, woodwork, fused glass, and more.
Prices start as low as $5 and proceeds support local artists and the Arts Center Museum School
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Info: 372-0356 or ArkArts.com
Now through December 24
Santa Claus has come to town and is at McCain Mall and Park Plaza Mall. Get your Christmas wish list to the big guy soon and get your picture taken.
Be first in line during regular mall hours and be on your best behavior
For info and mall hours: Simon.com or ParkPlazaMall.com
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