LR Family: Post-Easter play time!

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    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here's another list of things you can do with your family over the next week. Get the kiddies out of the house and have some fun!

    Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 4/4 through 4/6
    Frisco RoughRiders at Arkansas Travelers
    The Travs open the 7th season at Dickey Stephens Park
    7-10 p.m.
    Info: www.Travs.com or Travs@Travs.com

    Friday, 4/5
    Habitat Sleep Out at Saline County Courthouse
    Habitat for Humanity's Youth United is hosting a Sleep Out to culminate the organization's "Act, Speak, Build" week, which raises awareness about poverty in Saline county. Students will advocate for change as the camp out on the Court House Lawn. There will be food and activities throughout the night
    $15, 6 p.m.
    Info: www.HabitatSalineCountyAR.org

    Friday, 4/5
    Jumbo Gumbo Cook Off at River Market Pavilions
    The Jumbo Gumbo Cook Off is an outdoor event of life music, rousing entertainments, awesome food and creative competition among local amateur cooking teams. All proceeds benefit The Allen School.
    Advance Tickets, $15, at the gate $20
    5-7 p.m.
    Info: www.JumboGumboCookOff.com

    Saturday, 4/6
    Breakfast with Rhinos at Little Rock Zoo
    Join the Little Rock Zoo for a delicious breakfast buffet in Cafe Africa and a unique keeper chat all about rhinos.
    Advance reservation required. $21.95, children $16.95
    Members $16.95, children $12.95
    Price includes zoo admission for the entire day
    8-9:30 a.m.
    Info: www.LittleRockZoo.com

    Saturday, 4/6
    Dad's Day at Wonder Place
    Dads are free with the purchase of at least one regular priced admission.
    Free for dads, $7 per child
    9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Info: www.TheWonderPlace.com

    Saturday, 4/6
    Gardening Workshop at Plantation Agriculture Museum State Park
    Join the staff at the Plantation Agriculture Museum to discover a whole new world of gardening. Come out for an in-depth run down and step by step course on the creation of a till free, sharecropper's heritage garden, their original purposes, current uses today and some tips and tricks on keeping your garden green.
    Space limited, reservations required. $10
    9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    Info: www.ArkansasStateParks.com

    Saturday, 4/6
    Nano Days Celebration at Mid-America Museum
    Join us in a national wide festival of educational programs about nano scale science and engineering. MASM will have several activity station set up throughout the Museum for all visitors to explore. Come explore the miniscule world of atoms, molecules, and nano scale forces at this hands on activity stations.
    General admission $10, Seniors 65 and up and children ages 3-12 $7
    11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Info: www.MidAmericaMuseum.org

    Saturday and Sunday
    Spring into Motion at Ballet Arkansas Repertory Theatre
    Ballet Arkansas Professional Company brings the pure artistry of classical ballet, the poetry of modern, and the raw energy of contemporary dance onto The Rep stage with a new concert, Spring into Motion.
    $30 - 35
    7:30 and 2:00 p.m.
    Info: www.TheRep.org

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