Memorial Day Weekend means there will be a lot of great events around the area including this 3-day rally event. It's the Talimena Rally Crusin for St. Judes and it all kicks off Thursday, May 26 at the Texarkana Arkansas Convention Center.

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Thursday, May 26 - Registration

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Thursday is registration day and takes place between 3 PM and 7 PM. This is where you can pick up your registration packet and buy tickets for the Friday and Saturday night events. All morning and evening events will take place at the Arkansas Convention Center located at  5200 Convention Plaza Drive in Texarkana, Arkansas.

This rally will have two group rides, points run, plus a silent auction, food and live music.

Friday, May 27 It's Riding The Hill of Arkansas

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Friday it's Riding the Hills. Breakfast from 7 AM - 7:30 AM then Riders Meeting from 7:30 AM - 8 AM The ride will start at 8AM. Dinner at 6 PM with The Dusty Rose Band performing from 7 PM to 10 PM

Saturday, May 28 it's the Queen Wilhelmina Ride

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Saturday it's the Queen Wilhelmina Ride. Breakfast from 7 AM - 7:30 AM Then 7:30 to 8 AM an important Riders Meeting. The ride starts at 8 AM. Dinner will be at 6 PM  then the party with live music from Big Dam Horn from 7 PM to 10 PM

The cost to enter is $100. All proceeds will be donated to the children at St.Jude Research Hospital. For more information please contact  Neil Jones at (903) 276-6884.or go to their Facebook events page.

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