Live Entertainment and Events in Texarkana December 6th ~ 7th


Friday Night @

Hopkins (Downtown) – Open Mic with Noah Rock, 8 pm

Twisted Fork – Skyler Smith, 7:30 pm

Fat Jack’s – Dusty Rose Band  (Toys For Tots), 9 pm

The Paragon Lounge – Dexter Rowe Band, 7 pm

Broadway Sports Bar – Hurricane Weaver & The Deacon, 9 pm

Redbone Magic Brewing – Relentless Unplugged, 7 pm

Saturday Night @

Scotties – T-Town 5, 7:30  pm

The Paragon Lounge – Trophy Husband, 7 pm

Fat Jack’s – Shelton, 9 pm

The Arrow Bar – Relentless Wired, 8:30 pm

Redbone Magic Brewing – I’ve Heard Worse, 7 pm


Weekend Events


Tailgating starts at 8 a.m.
Gates open at 10 a.m.
Kick-off is at 12 noon

The Agent Barry Live United Bowl is an annual college football bowl game played between two of the top teams at the NCAA Division II level. It is one of only four NCAA Division II sanctioned bowl games. The game features the highest place finisher in the Great American Conference that does not qualify for the Division II playoffs. The at-large opponent is chosen from either the Lone Star Conference or the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association.


Get your Jingle on with the Texarkana Museums System as we begin the holiday season with Stockings & Stories at the Museum of Regional History Saturday, December 8th, 2:00-4:00. Decorate a stocking while Christmas classics are read aloud! Supplies will be provided. $5.00 per person/TMS Members and children 3 & under are free.


The 1969 Texas-Arkansas game pitted the #1 and #2 ranked teams in the country against each other in a classic Southwestern Conference clash. Darrell Royal and Frank Broyles led the Longhorns and Razorbacks against each other in what was labeled “The Game of the Century.” Shown before the largest TV audience until that point, President Nixon flew in for the game and presented the winning team with a national championship trophy. Located on the Texas-Arkansas stateline, the Red River Center for Regional History and Culture is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the game with a screening of “The Big Shootout” a documentary produced by Mike Looney.

Looney will be on hand to discuss his the film and his book. Books and DVDs will be available to purchase after the screening. For more information about the film and book visit:

The event is free and open to the public and will take place in University Center 217 at Texas A&M University Texarkana.


NFA Direct Delivery Course – Strategy and Tactics for Initial Company Operations. If you are interested in taking this class, please contact Kilatha Jeffus no later than the date listed above to REGISTER for the class at 870-574-4760. Or contact TAFD at 870-779-4956. Must have a SID# to take this course.


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