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Kid-Friendly Events in Texarkana for January/February 2022

Kid-Friendly Events in Texarkana for January/February 2022

Check out these fun, kid-friendly events in Texarkana that are coming up this January and February! And if you want to find even more things to do, make sure to check out goTXK’s Texarkana Community Calendar for more event listings.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade

January 17
Downtown Texarkana, 11:30 a.m.
Join the Texarkana Community to honor the legacy and memory of Dr. King. Learn more.

TRAHC Speaker Series

January 20 & February 17
If your teen is interested in a career in the arts, the Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council‘s new speaker series is a must. These free lectures by established artists in our community take place at 6:30 p.m. in Cabe Hall in the Regional Arts Center. Upcoming speakers include Joseph Raymond on Jan. 20 and Darlene Taylor on Feb. 17.

Masterworks III: Exotic Inspirations

February 5
Perot Theatre, 7:30 p.m. The Texarkana Symphony Orchestra brings jazz guitarist Ted Ludwig to the Perot Theatre stage. Repertoire includes Ravel, Sparr and Tchaikovsky. Make it a learning opportunity for the kids—come early at 6:40 p.m. to hear the conductor give a concert preview that includes interesting information and history pertaining to the evening’s performance. Purchase tickets at texarkanasymphony.org.

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Kids Run the Line TOO

February 19
CHRISTUS St. Michael Imaging Center, 4 p.m. A friendly mile run/walk event that encourages kids ages 5-12 to recognize the importance of exercise. Proceeds benefit the Partnership for the Pathway. Learn more and sign up.

Cirque Zuma Zuma

February 26
Perot Theatre. The Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council presents the ultimate African circus. Performed by African Acrobats International, Inc., this exciting performance blends mysticism, magic and excitement. Watch trahc.org for tickets.

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