Holiday Lights

The holiday season is upon us. Here are some great events in the Upper and Lower Delta of eastern Arkansas to make the holidays even brighter! Take a few hours away from the bustle of the season and make a trip to Pocahontas to enjoy a holiday getaway. The beautiful downtown, one of Arkansas’s many …
  An annual tradition for many is to enjoy the Holiday Lights display at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs. This festive event, which takes place from the end of November through the end of December, is open nightly. With over 4 million lights it holds title as one of the state’s most decked out outdoor holiday …
Enjoy the holiday season in the northeast and southeast sections of Arkansas. Youngsters and the young-at-heart will enjoy the many parades, lighting ceremonies and celebrations throughout eastern Arkansas. On Dec. 1, Batesville is the place to be! The town lights up with over half a million lights at 6 p.m. at the Batesville Municipal Building …
Oh la la! The City of Paris celebrates the holiday season with extra flair this year with the installation of the Eiffel Tower Park on the town square. Don’t miss the lighting ceremony of the new tower at 5 p.m. this Sunday, Nov. 23. Located on the southwest corner of the downtown square, the new …
This year, Holiday Lights at Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs is showcasing the greatest number of lights the exhibit has seen to date: over 4 million. Last year, around 2 million lights were featured. The event, which is open through Dec. 31, was created by the Gardens staff in 2001 and is noted as …
Get ready to do some major Christmas celebrating in Central Arkansas.  Many of the events, which were postponed from last weekend due to the icy weather, have been rescheduled. The annual Big Jingle Jubilee Parade  kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 14. The parade features floats, marching bands, animals, and two very special grand marshals — …