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    LR Family: Oct. happenings for the family!

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark (KTHV) - Here's a look at some fun events for this week!

    7th Annual Mane Event at the River Market Pavilion
    -The event, emceed by KSSN's Bob Robbins, will feature a live auction that includes travel packages and fine jewelry, as well as an extensive collection of art pieces from both locally and nationally known artists. Patrons will also enjoy dinner, drinks and live entertainment. $45, $75 per couple. 7-11 p.m. For info: (720) 201-2197, www.BeyondBoundariesAR.com. PARENTS NIGHT OUT!

    13th Annual Hearts & Hooves Hoedown in Sherwood-Ticket price includes dinner, live music, silent and live auctions (by Craig O'Neill) and an art walk by special equestrians. Smell the steaks cooking on the grill, feast your eyes on the horses in the pasture, and kick back and enjoy the evening. $65, $500 for a table of 8. 6 p.m. For info: 834-8509, www.HeartsAndHooves.com. PARENTS NIGHT OUT!

    2013 Arkansas Walk Now for Autism Speaks at Clinton Presidential Center- Walk Now for Autism Speaks is a family-friendly event and is a powerful force to fund research. Ceremonies begin at 10 o'clock with walk to follow. Fundraising is encouraged, but not required to participate. For info: www.WalkNowForAutismSpeaks.org/Arkansas.

    Angel One 5K at Two Rivers Park-This running event organized by the Angel One flight crew help families of children transported who have been to Arkansas Children's Hospital. The race is for anyone no matter the level and costumes are encouraged. Advance registration $25, day of $30. 8-10 a.m. For info: www.AngelOne5K.com.

    Main Street Food Truck Festival in Downtown Little Rock-Over 25 food trucks will line Main Street and will be joined by beer gardens, live music, wandering street performers, and Etsy craft vendors. Plus, at the Heifer International Children's Plaza, children can play games and make crafts that teach how the organization helps people around the world, including the Haiti Fishing Game and bird feeder craft. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. FREE!

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