Searcy Arkansas Events
The show will be presented by the Searcy Regional Chamber of Commerce and will air at noon Friday at the watch party location. The virtual event will include a variety of interactive activities for children, adults and families, including a panel discussion on emerging stars, live music and more.
There will be many family-oriented activities, including food trucks, live music and a variety of activities for children and adults. You can enjoy traditional games and activities on Independence Day, including watermelon eating contests, tug of war and more. In the afternoon there is wet and wild game, including cornhole, bocce, football, basketball, football and other games. In the afternoon there will be a history lesson about meeting people from the past and a live performance by local musicians.
Children can walk on stilts, play other pioneering games and are invited to practice with brooms and wooden rakes. Searcy's Holiday Lights follows suit, along with other Christmas attractions and events in Searcy, including Christmas trees, Christmas lights, a Christmas tree lighting ceremony and more.
Get a glimpse of some of the most popular Christmas events in Searcy, from Christmas trees to Christmas lights and more at this year's Christmas lights.
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The exhibition also features seasonal events that take place throughout the city in December. The parade on July 4th starts at 4.30 pm and the cardboard boat race starts shortly after 5pm. Under the motto "The Parade," the parade will continue its usual route through the city centre, down Race Street and ending at Berryhill Park. The march begins on Spring and 20th Street and ends at the Governor's Office, where the prizes for the best decorated bicycle and float are awarded.
On July 3rd and 4th, the park offers visitors a firework display at dusk and on July 4th, a midnight firework display.
This free event takes place in rain or sunshine and is cancelled in bad weather. It is free of charge and runs from 18: 30 to 24: 00 on 3 and 4 July and from 19: 00 to 22: 15 on 1 August.
If you're in town for the parade on December 7th, be sure to visit the pioneering village of Searcy. Start with a look at some of the amazing artworks on display at the Carmichael Center in Searcey. Make sure you find out when they are on display in their showroom at the Carleton Carriage House Museum.
Harding is the state's largest private university with 5,348 students from all 50 states and several countries. The campus was bought by Harding College, a Church of Christ-backed college founded in 1924 in Morrilton, Conway County. The Searcy Art Gallery is a restored Italian house from the 1870s with a large collection of artworks by local artists as well as some of the best in the world.
Private education has been available in Searcy since 1849, when A.M. Rafter founded the Polytechnic Institute for Searcies. The Foothills Vocational and Technical School began accepting students in 1966 and became the Searcey Campus of Arkansas State University in 2003.
Thousands of Arkansans make the trek to Searcy each year to participate in dozens of holidays, including the annual Living Nativity, Christmas in the Park and Christmas Parade, and ice skating in Spring Park. Enjoy a day with the family - friendly activities, such as hosting LivingNativity and working together to make this event a success.
There is a free hot dog and entertainment, kids zones and fireworks until 9 p.m. There is also a patch and the community is invited to get free cups of coffee at the Searcy Police Department post office on South Main Street.
At 8.30 am, a patriotic programme will be offered, followed by a parade of decorated quadricycles and fireworks display at 9.15 pm.