LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- It's always one of the most viewed stories here at todaysthv.com. Every Friday, we share five things to do with the family this weekend.
#1. Enchanted Land of Lights & Legends -- Celebrating its 16th year of making Pine Bluff one of the brightest places on the planet during the holiday season, this 1.2 mile of festive light display is recognized as the state's largest drive-thru of holiday lights. Open daily from 6-9 p.m., there is no admission fee and you can enjoy the festive cheer through December 31st. The display is located at the Pine Bluff/Jefferson County Regional Park.
#2. Holiday Hayride -- On Saturday from 3-5 p.m. jostle, bounce, and laugh your way across the fields and through the woods of Pinnacle Mountain on a guided hayride with a warm campfire, stories, hot chocolate and marshmallows. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children. Advance payment is required so call 501-868-5806 to reserve your spot.
#3. Visit with Santa Claus -- This Sunday might be many kids last chance to visit Jolly Ole Saint Nick. The big guy will be visiting with children in the lobby of the Capital Hotel in downtown Little Rock. The event is free and runs from 12:30 to 2:30. While your there, you can see the Gingerbread Village on display.
#4. White Christmas at The Rep -- You'll want to snuggle up with the entire family for this funny and heart warming musical adaptation of this popular classic film at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Critics say it's the perfect holiday musical and a trip down memory lane for those who remember the music and the movie. The play runs through December 30th. Click here for ticket information.
#5. Mini Faces -- This exhibit of caricatures by Jared Hogue includes work from three categories: Notable Arkansans, In Memoriam and Pop Culture. It's on display at the Historic Arkansas Museum through January 6th. Hogue has worked as a freelance artist since 1990, creating illustrations, portraiture and political cartoons, along with caricatures.