1 Valley ralley: A spring ATV rally will be held at Rock Creek Recreation Park, located at 3228 Ferguson Valley Road in Booneville, on April Friday through Sunday. The rally is an open wheeling event for buggies, Jeeps, trucks, ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, and monster trucks. All the trails, hill climbs, mud pits, and obstacle courses will be open to ride on all weekend. Organizers may try to put together some competitions for ATVs and UTVs if there are enough people interested in doing some uphill drag races or the obstacle course. Gate opens at 5 p.m. on Friday and gate closes at 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 9. Except for emergencies, the entrance gate will close from midnight to 7 a.m. each day. Prices are $25 per person s13 and older or $10 per person six to 12 for Friday through Sunday, or $20 for those over 13 and $5 for those six to 12 for Saturday and Sunday. Camping is free.

2 Learn from mom: The Fort Smith Little Theatre, located at 401 North 6th Street in Fort Smith will continue it exhibition of “Things My Mother Taught Me through Saturday. After driving halfway across the country, a young couple is moving into their first apartment together. Imagine their surprise when all their parents show up to help! Funny and touching, this true-to-life comedy about love and family will hit close to home for everyone. After all, we’ve all had a mother. Show-times are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the performance are $12 each and can be acquired by calling the box office at 479-783-2966, Extension 2.

3 Viking festival: Join the Viking invasion Saturday and Sunday. Heavener Runestone Park, located at 18365 Runestone Road in Heavener, Okla. will host their 11th bi-annual Viking Festival as a fundraising event of family fun for the continued operation and protection of the park. Tickets are $5 per person per day, children five and under are free. Camping is $10 per tent per night. For more information send us a message or call the park office at 918-653-2241.

4The Great Hunt: The Great Hunt, an Easter Egg hunt in Paris, will take place Saturday at the Paris High School football stadium. There will be age-level hunts for 30,000 eggs, as well as inflatables, face painting, food and drinks and vendors. The Easter Bunny will also make an appearance. The event begins at 11 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m.