This weekend you do not want to miss the fun in Texarkana with Christmas on Main.

You and the whole family can enjoy ice skating and wonderful Christmas movies plus there will be carriage rides and more all downtown in front of the Historic Perot Theatre in downtown Texarkana.

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All the fun will take place on Saturday, December 16 with everything starting at 10 AM.

Ice Skating

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The Ice Skating Rink will be set up in front of the  Perot Theatre from 10 AM to 8 PM. Skating is $5 per person with the last skaters on the ice at 7:30 PM (and a signed waiver will be required).

Christmas Carolers, Carriage Rides and More

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Enjoy Christmas Carolers, carriage rides and other activities throughout the day. There will also be food trucks set up along with vendors selling great products for gifts.

Movies this year that will be shown inside the Perot Theatre are;

Frozen at 10 AM

The Grinch at 2 PM

 

It's a Wonderful Life at 7 PM

You can take advantage of these special packages
A Frozen Tea Party 10 AM which includes movie and a tea party with Elsa and Anna on stage after the movie for $30 (only a limited amount of space is available.

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Other packages include,
All Day Movie Pass for $15
Movies
Frozen at 10 AM for $6
The Grinch at 2 PM for $6
It's a Wonderful Life at 7 PM for $8
You can buy your tickets now online at  perottheatre.org or at the box office located at 221 Main Street in Texarkana Texas. There is an additional fee for all tickets and packages that are purchased online. You can call the Perot Theatre at (903) 792-4992 for more information.

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