Russellville Arkansas Events

If someone had asked me how a marriage equality rally in Russellville, Arkansas would go, I would have hesitated to predict a successful event. Located halfway between Little Rock and Fort Smith, it is a family-friendly destination with a population of about 2,000 people.

Arkansas Tech University was founded in 1909 as an agricultural college (Arkansas Polytechnic College) and today has a student population of 12,000 students at the universities of Russellville and Ozark. The main business center in the area is home to the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas State University and the Arkansas Tech College of Science and Technology. ArkansasTech University is the second largest public university in Arkansas, followed by Arkansas University in Fort Smith, the largest private college in America. Founded in 2009, the university is one of the oldest public universities in North America with 12,003 students (as of 2014) and is the third largest in South America after Arkansas and Texas.

The Russian Half Marathon is a 13.1-mile, public relations-driven, high-speed track that runs through Russellville and supports Arkansas State University and the Arkansas Tech College of Science and Technology. Bring a barbecue, drinks and friends to sit back and kick a few feet while watching a football game in Arkansas while kids play in the fun kids "zone. Children can view a collection of Arkansas art, explore local artifacts, learn about the history and culture of the city and its people, and enjoy traditional Independence Day games and activities, including watermelon eating.

The Hobie Bass Open Series is fun to compete with, but the camaraderie among anglers is part of what makes this community great. This event is open to all anglers aged 16 and over, and all types of kayaks are welcome.

The Fairfield Bay Rotary Club will meet at 7: 30 a.m. on Saturday, 17 June at First Baptist Church of Russellville. The Senior Bingo Days will take place on Sunday, July 2, from 12 noon to 5 pm at the Fairfields Bay Community Center.

Russellville will host the annual Papal Fair on Saturday, July 2, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with food, crafts, games, entertainment and a petting zoo. The pope's national Mass will be held in September at popecountyfairarkansa.com. There will be many family-oriented activities, including a carnival, food trucks, children's activities and more, as well as live entertainment.

The parade on July 4th starts at 4.30pm and the cardboard boat race starts shortly afterwards at 5pm. At 8.45 am there is a patriotic programme followed by a procession of decorated quadricycles, bicycles, carriages and other vehicles. The march begins on Spring and 20th Streets and ends at the Governor's Office, where prizes are awarded for the best decorated bicycle and float.

Participants are asked to enter Merritt Park in Arkansas 22 and drive carefully and never leave their vehicles. Fishermen can start at 4.30 pm on the banks of the river in the park on July 4, July 5 and July 6.

February is Black History Month events with storytime, exhibition openings, talks and more. Come and visit the Russellville area with your family in June for a fun and family day out - friendly events in the city's parks and leisure facilities.

The Travs take on the Midland Rockhounds at 7: 30 p.m. at the Russellville Community Center. The concert will take place at 6.45 pm, with a special guest appearance by the band's singer-songwriter. We will have the opportunity to present our annual Christmas tree lighting with live music, food trucks and more! For the first time in the history of the city, the largest living Christmas trees in the region will be lit on Saturday, December 1.

A group calling for equal rights for the pope is organizing its show this Saturday, and at 6: 30 p.m., a rally will be held at the Russellville Community Center for an event organized in support of marriage between a man and a woman.

In Russellville, which prevailed over the competing cities, the vote was cast, with Atkins narrowly coming in second place. Voting for the city's name was held, and Russellville won when the city's residents decided to name it after former Sen. John F. Kennedy, R-Ariz., and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. D - Ark. In the end, an election had to be held on the name of the new city, after which Russell County, Ark., won and defeated all the competing cities and counties in the state of Arkansas, while Atkins finished in a tight second round, according to a press release.

A great battle occurred on April 18, 1884 in the town of Russellville, Arkansas, in front of the Russell County Courthouse in downtown Russell, Arkansas. On the outskirts of the city, major battles broke out on Sunday, April 19, 1886, at the intersection of East Main Street and South Main Avenue in downtown Russell City, Arkansas. A major battle occurred at one location near the corner of West Main and North Main Streets in Russell City, while action was taking place on both sides of a street in the west of the city.

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