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Gary Holt & Associates, PA
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Things To Do in Little Rock, AR

International Greek Food FestivalInternational Greek Food Festival

Join in the fun at the Natural State's largest ethnic festival, the International Greek Food Festival. For over 25 years, the festival has celebrated the love for Greek food by serving it to the community. At the festival, you'll dine on Greek cuisine like baklava, gyros, hummus dip, falafels, souvlaki, pastitsio, and more. Is your mouth watering yet?

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Magic Springs & Crystal FallsMagic Springs & Crystal Falls

Roller coasters, water rides, live entertainment, and attractions - Magic Springs & Crystal Falls has all the necessary elements for a fun family outing. Enjoy the flips and spins of roller coasters like The Hawk and the X-Coaster, while the kids scream on rides like Lil' Leapin' Lizards. After you're tired of rides, head over to Crystal Falls and splash around in the wave pool or plummet down a water slide. Had enough excitement for one day? Catch a show at the Timberwood Amphitheater where Randy Travis, REO Speedwagon, and Kansas have all performed.

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Little Rock High School National Historic SiteLittle Rock High School National Historic Site

Tour a little piece of American history at the Little Rock High School National Historic Site. The high school was the site of forced school desegregation during the Civil Rights movement in 1957. The visitor's center hosts exhibits about the desegregation of schools and information about the Civil Rights Movement in Arkansas and throughout America.

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