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Friday, May 18, 2012

Saturday To-Do: 8th Annual Buzz-B-Q

Posted By on Fri, May 18, 2012 at 7:32 AM

The 8th Annual Buzz-B-Q is Saturday at North Little Rock RV Park.
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  • The 8th Annual Buzz-B-Q is Saturday at North Little Rock RV Park.

10 a.m. North Little Rock RV Park. $10.

How could you make tender, delicious smoky, barbecue any better? How about by combining it with a bunch of live entertainment and it's all to support a good cause? Because that's what's in store at the 8th Annual Buzz-B-Q, where 90 teams — roughly split between pro and amateur — will compete in several categories to see who has the best, most delicious, tender, smokiest, fallin'-off-the-bone-est chicken, pork and beef.

And get this: it's only $10 to get in (or $10 for two tickets if you buy them before Saturday), you'll sample all kinds of 'cue and hear music from a ton of local bands (including Jeff Coleman and The Feeders and Jeff Green) and hear commentary from 103.7 The Buzz personalities and the proceeds benefit Camp Sunshine, a four-day retreat especially for pediatric burn survivors that's funded by The Arkansas Professional Firefighters and is hosted at Camp Aldersgate every year. This is definitely a To-Do.

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