Now that the Christmas season is over, everyone is taking a sigh of relief but also wondering what's next to look forward to. Well, here it is! Get ready for Texarkana's 2023 Mardi Gras celebration.

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The fun will all take place in downtown Texarkana on Saturday, February 18 starting at 10 AM. Now is the time to start thinking about a float and enter your group or businesses' float in the Mardi Gras Parade. It's free to enter you just need to register. Pre-Registration is now open at mardigrastxk.eventbrite.com.

What Other Activities Will Take Place At Texarkana's Mardi Gras?

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There will also be space for vendors so if you'd like to rent a space you can do that also for a fee.

Mardi Gras is a fun time for all ages. All day there will be live music plus arts and crafts, food trucks and in past years there have also been some fun contests for the kids. Even a kids parade and a pets parade too earlier in the day.

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The Big Mardi Gras parade is themed 'Rollin'Down Broad'. Get ready for some fun in downtown Texarkana on Saturday, February 18. Stay up to date at the Texarkana Mardi Gras Facebook events page.

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 What is Mardi Gras?

Mardi Gras is basically the big celebration of fun before the Christian Lent season begins with 40 days of fasting and good behavior before Easter. You can find out more  at themanual.com 

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