Some Little Rock/North Little Rock July 4 Suggestions

Kerry Kraus
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There’s not a more all-American way to spend the July 4th holiday than at a ballgame. North Little Rock has three days of first-class softball during 31st annual Busch-Pepsi Softball Classic. Burns Park and Sherwood Sports Complex are where the action takes place July 1-3. Over 2,700 teams from 39 states have participated in the past with more expected this year. Founded as a fundraiser I 1979 for an Arkansas Class A team, the tournament is now a softball showcase of fiercely competitive men’s and women’s teams of all classifications from all over the country.

On Monday, July 4, Sherwood celebrates with the 12th annual 4th of July Family Celebration. Free food, entertainment and lots of colorful fireworks are on the schedule. Sherwood Forest is located at 1111 West Maryland. Phone 501-833-3790 for additional details.

 
A unique way to enjoy Little Rock’s annual fireworks display is being offered during the 4th of July Celebrationsponsored by Arkansas Women’s Action for New Directions. Visitors will enjoy the sparkling show from the deck of the USS Razorback submarine, moored at the Arkansas Maritime Museum on Riverfront Drive in North Little Rock. Also a part of the evening festivities are a holiday picnic supper and music by Sad Daddy featuring Joe Sundell. Admission is $25. For more information visit arkwand.org or phone 501-225-1323.

Little Rock’s annual salute to Independence Day, Pops on the River, takes place July 4 at the Riverfest Amphitheatre. Presented by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, it is the state’s largest Fourth of July celebration. Gates open to the public at 5:30 p.m. The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra performs at 8:30 p.m. with the fireworks following at approximately 9:30 p.m. Visit www.arkansasonline.com/pops or phone 501-378-3807 for additional details.

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