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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Look at all the fun events scheduled in the city this week. You may want to take your family to a few of them!

    Now Open!
    Grossology at Museum of Discovery
    Kids get the answers to many of the slimy, oozy, crusty, stinky questions they absolutely love to ask about the human body. The exhibit includes a climbable human skin wall with warts, hair, and more. An operation style game in which youngsters play 'surgery'. And, Nigel-Nose-It-All, an interactive display shares the science behind runny noses, sneezes and allergies.
    9 to 5 Tues through Sat, and 1 to 5 Sunday
    $10 general admission, $8 for kids 1-8
    Info: MuseumOfDiscovery.org


    Through 1/6
    38th Toys Designed by Artists Exhibit at Arkansas Arts Center
    Inspired by Alexander Calder's circus figure of the late 1920s and 1930s, this exhibition was launched to stimulate the imagination of both children and adults and to engage with toys of whimsy, delight and good craftsmanship.
    10 t0 5 Tues through Sat, and 11 to 5 Sunday
    Info: ArkArts.com
    FREE!


    Through 1/6
    Barbie: The 11 1/2 inch American Idol at historic Arkansas Museum
    This collection comes from the Strojek family collection, which consists of 82 dolls and eight completed series, as well as a vintage dollhouse, cars and adventure books.
    9 to 5 Mon through Sat, and 1 to 5 Sunday
    Info: HistoricArkansas.org
    FREE!

    Final weekend for holiday lights...
    A Trail of Holiday Lights at Sherwood's Enchanted Forest
    Garvan Woodland Garden's Holiday Lights
    Historic District Christmas Lights in Hot Springs


    12/31 Annual Kids' Holiday Art Camp at Cammack Community Hall
    This annual winter break camp is for children in grades K-5. Students work with clay, fiber crafts and paint, and learn to fuse glass, create mosaics and draw. The camp is held 12/31 through 1/4 (Does not meet on 1/1)
    $54 per day or %169 for full week
    Info: ExtendedLearning.org


    Through 1/6
    Arvest on Ice at the Little Rock Rivermarket Pavilions
    Bundle up and glide across Little Rock's outdoor ice skating rink, which overlooks Riverfront Park and the Arkansas River.
    $9 per hour, includes skates
    kids under 5 are free with a paid adult
    Info: HolidaysInLittleRock.com

    Through 1/6
    38th Toys Designed by Artists Exhibit at Arkansas Arts Center
    Inspired by Alexander Calder's circus figure of the late 1920s and 1930s, this exhibition was launched to stimulate the imagination of both chjildren and adults and to engage with toys of whimsy, delight and good craftsmanship.
    10 t0 5 Tues through Sat, and 11 to 5 Sunday
    Info: ArkArts.com
    FREE!


    Through 1/6
    Barbie: The 11 1/2 inch American Idol at historic Arkansas Museum
    This collection comes from the Strojek family collection, which consists of 82 dolls and eight completed series, as well as a vintage dollhouse, cars and adventure books.
    9 to 5 Mon through Sat, and 1 to 5 Sunday
    Info: HistoricArkansas.org
    FREE!

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