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    5 things to in Arkansas this weekend

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    UNDATED, (KTHV) -- It's our Friday tradition! We find five things to do in Arkansas this week, you have the fun.

    #1. Lights, Camera, Arkansas -- You still have time to see the 'Lights! Camera! Arkansas!' exhibit at the Old State House Museum. It feature the state's ties to Hollywood, through both movies and television. Artifacts related to films shot on location in the state, actors born in Arkansas, and literary figures whose works were the basis for films shot in Arkansas are included.

    #2. Jersey Boys at Robinson Center -- The Tony-awarding winning musical Jersey Boys will be playing through Sunday at the Robinson Center. It tells the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and includes well-known songs like "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Oh What a Night" and "Can't Take My Eyes Off You." Tickets are still available. Due to mature content, it may not be suitable for children.

    #3. Great War Memorial Balloon Race -- Get ready to float through the skies -- kind of. The annual Great War Memorial Balloon Race takes place in Little Rock all weekend long. The goal is to educate Arkansans about hot-air balloons while entertaining. There will also be music, kids activities, inflatables, and plenty of food. Tickets are 5 dollars. Kids 12 and under are free.

    #4. - Little Rock Farmer's Market --  Before the temperatures warm up on Saturday, get out and enjoy the Little Rock Farmer's Market. It opens at 7 a.m. You can check out the locally grown, farm fresh produce. Vendors are also selling works of art, specialty crafts and more. There's free parking behind the River Market Pavilions.

    #5. How Things Are Made at Museum of Discovery -- The Museum of Discovery's latest exhibit opens Saturday. It's called 'How People Make Things.' Every object in our world has a story of how it is made and this features that story by linking familiar childhood objects to a process of manufacturing--- that combines people, ideas and technology. The exhibit is inspired by the factory tour segments from the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood TV series.

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