The brand new section of “Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions” will premiere Dec. 4 on Arkansas PBS
“Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions,” a PBS Arkansas unique collection showcasing the tradition and heritage of The Pure State, returns for its winter episode on Monday, December 4 at 7 p.m., taking viewers on a journey via the seasons and throughout the state. The place Arkansas residents share recollections, household rituals, meals and the time-honored traditions that convey their family members collectively.
“The following installment of ‘Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions,’ will spotlight the wealthy tapestry of festive customs that weave themselves via our Arkansas communities,” mentioned Courtney Pledger, govt director and CEO of Arkansas PBS. “From the smooth lights of Christmas to the symbolic candles of Hanukkah, the rhythmic beats of Kwanzaa and the joyful gatherings of Sukkot, this assortment is a celebration of unity.
“By means of the lens of shared traditions, we uncover the true spirit of the season – a time to embrace, recognize and honor what’s uniquely Arkansas throughout this magical time of yr.”
Within the second episode of “Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions,” host Mario Luna shares winter vacation festivities in Batesville communities for the town’s Christmas Lights Competition. Little Rock Jewish Group to Rejoice Hanukkah and Sukkot; Conway with Arkansas PBS worker Kendi Jensen-Loving and his household at Kwanzaa; Clinton with THV11’s Ashley King and her “Jambulence” household and Fayetteville for a standard New Yr’s Eve dish ready by Chef Stephen Brooks.
Audiences will discover the magic of Christmas, Hanukkah, Sukkot, Kwanzaa, and New Yr’s Day on this particular present showcasing distinctive traditions, decorations, and scrumptious vacation treats from throughout Arkansas. From twinkling lights to heartwarming tales, household, associates and neighborhood shine brighter throughout these winter holidays.
Through the broadcast of “Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions,” viewers could have the chance to make a present to the Arkansas PBS Basis and obtain a choice of “thanks” presents, together with a customized keychain or pendant from Arkansas artisan jewellery retailer Bang Up Betty. This hand-stamped keychain and pendant encompasses a favourite quote from Fred Rogers, “I like you simply the best way you might be.” Viewer donations assist help future programming on Arkansas PBS.
“Celebrating Arkansas: Vacation Traditions” shows will embody two broadcasts on Wednesday, December 6 at 4:30 p.m. and 9 p.m.
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