Editor's Choice Events for Louisiana
Gonzales, Cat Show (3/30): 225 cats will be present and competing at this show. Judging will take place in 6 different rings throughout the day. This will be an opportunity to see many different breeds of cats including Abyssin
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Alexandria, Spring Stampede 2019 (3/30): On the weekend of 3/29, we will be hosting our first annual Spring Stampede weekend!
Baton Rouge, 1st Annual Darrin Vince Memorial WOD (3/30): The year of 2016 was a tragic year for Baton Rouge and the surrounding areas. In July of 2016 BRPD and BRSO lost 3 Officers Deputy Brad Garafola, Ofc.
Baton Rouge, 2019 Baton Rouge Kidney Walk (4/6): Be a part of a community of 85,000 individuals at nearly 100 Kidney Walks who share a determination to end kidney disease.
Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge Corvette Club (2/23 - 4/7): St Jude Children’s Hospital Rafflle Sales & Corvette Display
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Baton Rouge, Bear-A-Lympics (3/22): A benefit for Baton Rouge Pridefest!
Baton Rouge, Black & White Gala (3/22): It will be a great night to support a great cause supporting to ALS mission to provide help to those affected by ALS.
Baton Rouge, Camp Fair and Summer Fun Expo (3/23): At the event, you can meet with in-state and out-of-state camp representatives and get ahead of the game and start planning your summer early.
Baton Rouge, Carson McHone (4/6): Years before Rolling Stone was praising Carson McHone's rule-breaking roots music, the Austin, Texas native played weeknights in local bars like The White Horse, keeping dancers dancing and drinkers d
Baton Rouge, Challenge Day Viewing Party & Live Stream (3/22): Make plans to join us at Bogie's Bar on Friday, March 22 and watch the annual Challenge Day competition as SJA hosts CHS for the first time ever in the new Academy Student Center!
Baton Rouge, Champarty: Sip, Saunter, Shop (3/29): Join us for this one-of-a-kind event at our store, The Market @ Circa 1857 on March 29, 2019 beginning at 6:30PM.
Baton Rouge, Dash For Kids/RunWalkSign! 5K (3/23): Sunshine 2.0, an all-deaf theatrical troupe from RIT/NTID in Rochester, New York, will be performing after the race! Exciting!
Baton Rouge, Ebb and Flow Festival (4/6 - 4/7): The Ebb and Flow Festival will be held on April 6-7, 2019. A well organized event that will surely caught your interest!
Baton Rouge, Faith, Family & Formation (3/24): Join us here at St. John's as we discuss family devotions at our first Faith, Family & Formation gathering on Sunday March 24 at 3 p.m.
Baton Rouge, Flores MBA Association Gala (3/29): The 4th Annual Flores MBA Association Gala will be held on Friday, March 29, 2019 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM at the Capitol Park Museum!
Baton Rouge, Green Gasoline (3/22): All four with a driving passionate insane thirst for The Rock Of Old, these guys bring as much modern tenacity to an already rugged an durable exterior that of the early 80's. True Rock and Roll is in
Baton Rouge, Hooper Trail Work Day (3/23): We are working to get Hooper Rd. Park up to snuff and we need your help to do it!
Baton Rouge, HOPEs 2019 Crawfish Boil (3/23): We would like to invite YOU to join us at BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo for crawfish, fun, and community!
Baton Rouge, Irreverent Warriors Silkies Hike: Baton Rouge (3/23): The Irreverent Warriors Silkies Hikes are a series of events across the nation designed to PREVENT veteran suicide by bringing veterans together using humor and camaraderie to heal the mental wounds o
Baton Rouge, Kavyk (3/22): Combining elements of progressive metal, black metal, and atmospheric doom, Kavyk is a Louisiana based band performing throughout the southeast US.
Baton Rouge, Knock Knock Duck Derby (3/31): Join us for the Knock Knock Children’s Museum’s 2nd Annual Duck Derby presented by The TEAM Automotive Group!
Baton Rouge, March Madness Show (3/23): Come enjoy the spring sunshine with us at our March Madness Horse Show!
Baton Rouge, March of Dimes (3/30): This cause is near and dear to our hearts here at Labarre. Please consider donating to our team or joining us at the March of Dimes.
Baton Rouge, Mid City Mini Flea Market (3/23): Join our first Mid City Mini Flea Market event. There will something old, something new, maybe something to drink and something to chew!
Baton Rouge, Mommy (or Daddy) and Me Painting Class (3/23): This class is made especially for our younger painters (ages 2-9). Parents will help children paint their masterpiece. A light snack will be provided.
Baton Rouge, National Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day (3/29): The day’s events will include an the official ceremony, demonstartions, musical performances, remarks by keynote speakers, a resource fair, and Vietnam War era music.
Baton Rouge, Our Lady of Mercy Auction Classic (3/23): Mark your calendar for an evening you won't want to miss - the Annual Mercy Auction Classic! Join us for a night of fun and fellowship at Live Oak Arabians.
Baton Rouge, Relay For Life Ascension (3/23): The American Cancer Society invites you to the 2019 Ascension Parish Relay for Life.
Baton Rouge, Sacred Yoga Retreat (3/23): This workshop will explore pairing Yoga practice with gentle breathing techniques, Lectio divina, meditation on scripture, and Centering Prayer.
Baton Rouge, Sip & Soap (3/29): Sip on your favorite beverage as we create tailor-made soaps for YOUR skin!!
Baton Rouge, Spring Dress Event (3/23): Join us for our annual spring dress event on Saturday, March 23, 2019. We will have giveaways, light refreshments, spring dresses, and MORE!
Baton Rouge, Third Street Songwriters Festival (4/5 - 4/7): The Third Street Songwriter's Festival is an annual event in downtown Baton Rouge. The event features over 100 local, regional, and national hit songwriters.
Baton Rouge, Why I Am I Disorganized? (3/23): Join Louisiana's only Certified Professional Organizer, Alyssa Trosclair, to explore the reasons why you are disorganized.
Bossier City, Artini 2019 (3/30): ARTini celebrates various forms of creative expression and encompasses the culinary, musical, and visual arts. In simple terms, it’s a fundraiser. But honestly, it’s a lot more.
Bossier City, Bowling for Angels 2019 (3/22): Teams can be as large as 6 per lane. Pick the tournament time that works best for your team!
Bossier City, Ladies Dinner Out (3/22): Join us for an ladies-only evening of intentional fellowship as we spend time getting to know each other better! You can expect to pay $10-$15 for your meal, depending on your order.
Covington, Hats Off Enterprising Woman of the Year Luncheon 2019 (4/5): Join us for inspiration, food and fun as we honor our Enterprising Women (and Man) of 2018, and announce the 2018 Enterprising Woman of the Year at our annual Hats Off luncheon Friday, April 5, beginn
Covington, Laura (3/15 - 3/31): A noir mystery, ‘Laura’ tells the story of a detective who falls for the strangely fascinating woman whose death he is investigating.
Delcambre, Seafood and Farmers Market (4/6): The Seafood and Farmers Market will be held on April 6, 2019. Enjoy some delicious seafood delicacies
Denham Springs, Power of Hope 2019-A Night To Remember (3/23): A Door of Hope is a non-profit organization whose mission is to break the cycle of life-controlling issues and self-destructive behaviors by providing FREE services to women in crisis.
Gonzales, Cat Show (3/30): 225 cats will be present and competing at this show. Judging will take place in 6 different rings throughout the day. This will be an opportunity to see many different breeds of cats including Abyssin
Hammond, Walk, Run & Roll Community Festival (3/30): 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run Community Festival, is to bring the community together to celebrate our children and adults with disabilities, special abilities, and special needs.
Houma, Art Under The Oaks 2019 (3/22): St. Matthew’s Episcopal School has a long-standing commitment to the arts. This Spring Art Show has evolved into an outstanding event for the students, their families, and the community.
Houma, Paint the Town (3/30): 5k Color Run, Runners, Walkers, & Strollers are Welcome! Sign Up Now-January 31, 2019 for only $25. Price increases to $35 after January 31.
Kenner, Festa Italiana (4/5 - 4/7): KENNER’S ITALIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL IS A FUN-FILLED, FAMILY EVENT, THAT OFFERS LIVE MUSIC, FOOD, RIDES, GAMES AND CRAFTS.
Kenner, The NOLA Baby Expo (4/7): The Nola Baby Expo will be held at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner, LA on Sunday, April 7th from 12 pm - 6 pm!
Lafayette, A Night with Mo Isom (3/29): GIRLS... Don't miss Mo Isom at The Family Church on Friday, March 29th!
Lafayette, Acadiana Po-Boy Festival 2019 (4/6): On Saturday, April 6th, Acadiana will celebrate "Lafayette's Favorite Sandwich" for the fourth annual Acadiana Po-Boy Festival!
Lafayette, Arbre Mort (4/6): A Lafayette, Louisiana-based band, birthed from the ashes of groups in the area either active or spawned and laid to rest. Black/Death/Extreme Metal.
Lafayette, Artmosphere Day Show (3/31): The time for Artmosphere's Sunday show might change from lunch to a bit later. Regardless of that, I'll be there sometime on this Sunday . . . will update time as info arrives
Lafayette, Daryl Wayne Dasher (3/23): Daryl Wayne Dasher is a Tennessee based singer/songwriter who brings a fresh and organic approach to Country and Folk music.
Lafayette, Dru Hill (3/30): Founded in 1992 as "14K Harmony," the group, discovered by manager Kevin Peck, evolved to become "Dru Hill" in 1996, engraving itself into the legacy of R&B music and bringing a dynamic sound to the e
Lafayette, Escape the Fate (4/5): Escape The Fate (formed 2004/5) is a post-hardcore band originating from Nevada, U.S., and are currently signed to Eleven Seven Music.
Lafayette, Framing Hanley (3/22): Alternative rockers, Framing Hanley, who hail from Nashville, Tennessee, have earned themselves chart success over the years, gaining an international following on both sides of the Atlantic.
Lafayette, From Italy With Love (3/30): Join us as we travel around the world to enjoy food & music provided by the ULL School of Music & Performing Arts. Tickets are $75 per person or $500 for table of 8.
Lafayette, Lulu and the Black Sheep (3/31): Playing Honkytonk and Blues, Lulu has a powerhouse voice that’s beautifully gritty and commanding.
Lafayette, Married Conference (3/23): When couples embrace the beauty and the mess, marriages become what they are meant to be. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enrich your marriage!
Lafayette, Panoramic Sugar Egg Class (3/24): You will learn the basics of molding your sugar egg and decorating with royal icing. Each student will also take home a packet containing recipes and tips to making your egg at home!
Lafayette, Service Saturday: Second Harvest Food Bank (3/23): Ages 13 and older can participate in this project. Last year we had an enjoyable time as we assembled meal boxes for school and community programs and pantries.
Lafayette, The Big Easel Art Festival (4/6): The Big Easel Art Festival will take place on Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 9 AM to 5 PM in the River Ranch Town Square in Lafayette, LA.
Lafayette, Toughest Monster Truck Tour (3/22): March 22 & 23, the Toughest Monster Truck Tour is coming to the CAJUNDOME with the King of the Monster Trucks, Bigfoot!
Lafayette, Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans (3/29): On National Vietnam War Veterans Day, a ceremony will be held called, "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans", to properly thank our Vietnam veterans and to welcome them home
Lake Charles, 2019 Crawfish Boil + Auction (3/30): Be with us as we continue to live out our mission on the campus of McNeese State University.
Lake Charles, 2nd Annual Gill Bright Gives Back (3/24): Everyone is welcome to enjoy the fun! There will be food, drinks, games, music, and a chance to win a gift basket.
Lake Charles, 4th Annual Butterfly Release _ Lake Charles (3/30): The Harbor Foundation will proudly host our 4th Annual Lake Charles Butterfly Release on Saturday, March 30th from 11am – 2pm at the Lake Charles Civic Center Amphitheater.
Lake Charles, Assemble’ 2019 Matinee (3/24): Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Lake Charles Civic Ballet as we take you down Memory Lane!
Lake Charles, Bowl For Kids Sake 2019 (3/30): Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Louisiana’s Bowl For Kids’ Sake has been the agency’s largest annual fundraiser for almost 40 years.
Lake Charles, Candlebox (4/5): Candlebox, the influential, multi-platinum rock band from the powerful 90’s Seattle music movement, returns with their long-overdue sixth album Disappearing in Airports on April 22.
Lake Charles, Cruisin the Park Car & Truck Show (3/30): Join us on Saturday March 30th, 2019 for Cruisin the Park! A car, truck, jeep and bike show to benefit the local and international missions of Church of the King Lake Charles.
Lake Charles, Dani Lacour Acoustic (3/22): The infamous, Dani LaCour performing an acoustic show at Delano Wine Bar!!!
Lake Charles, Flea Fest: Flea Market (4/6 - 4/7): Flea Fest: Flea Market Come and Join! The best Flea Market nearby.
Lake Charles, Garden Show in Lake Charles, La (3/22): Join us at the Lake Charles Garden Show and Expo for a “Celebration of Gardening” at Burton Coliseum. Rain or shine this place is DIVINE!!!!! Grab a bucket of SOIL FOOD for all your planting needs.
Lake Charles, Lake Charles Spring Flea Fest (4/6 - 4/7): The Flea Fest will be held on April 6-7, 2019. Enjoy a variety of local dishes and traditional fair food.
Lake Charles, Live at the Lakefront: Week 3 (3/29): Closing out the season on March 29th will be “Cajun Springsteen” himself, Wayne Toups. This Grammy winner and four-time hall of fame recipient, has rocked the stage in over twenty countries.
Lake Charles, Truck Fest (3/23): Vroom, Toot, Zoom, Beep. Truck Fest is headed this way! Bring the entire family to the Chennault International Airport on Sat., March 23 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for a load of fun!
Luling, CARE Affair (3/29): This spring, the St. Charles CARE Center is holding its second annual CARE Affair, a garden party featuring fun, food and fundraising!
Mandeville, Grande Echappe (3/23): Ballet Apetrei, Inc. is a non-profit company founded in 1988 by Constantin and Kelly Apetrei, whose purpose is to give young, talented dancers the opportunity to train in a professional environment an
Mandeville, The Great Louisiana Birdfest (4/5 - 4/8): The Great Louisiana BirdFest is an annual event of the Northlake Nature Center. It is held each year in the spring when many species are migrating north through Louisiana from Mexico and South America
Melrose, Melrose Arts & Crafts Festival (4/6 - 4/7): Join us for two days of arts and crafts at the historic Melrose Plantation! Tour the big house, the Africa House, and Louisiana's only national treasure, the Yucca House, featuring original Clementine
Minden, Annual Scottish Tartan Festival (4/6): There will be a dog show competition, a children's area with story-telling and hayride, blacksmith, a 1-mile Celtic run, clan tents, genealogy, Scottish Highland beef burgers, and music, music, music!
Monroe, Date Night! (3/29): Don’t forget to mark you calendars for our first “Date Night” here at NLC.
Monroe, Family Campfire Program (3/22): Join us for a fun campfire to celebrate the start of spring break. We will have songs, skits, a scary story and of course s'mores. Meet at the Amphitheater
Monroe, Family Day In The Park (4/6): There will be a rock wall, story time, food vendors, fun activities for all ages, sack race, face painting, jumpers and much more!
Monroe, Kimera At El Azteca (3/29): The boys are back again with another night of your favorite songs! The band will be in from 6-9 pm making dreams come true.
Monroe, Spring Rummage SALE! (3/30): 100% of all proceeds directly benefits River Cities Humane Society for Cats your favorite local no KILL cat house!
New Iberia, Morgan Samuel Price Workshop (3/16 - 3/18): All plein air workshops are on location. Plan for an eight hour workday. Every morning there is a lecture/demonstration. The demonstration painting is completed on location each day.
New Iberia, Showtunes Sing-Along! Revival! (3/30): Envision da Berry Monthly Showtunes Sing Along 2018 at Da Berry Fresh Market, 520 S. Hopkins Street, New Iberia, LA 70560 on March 30, 7pm-11pm
New Iberia, Symphony Sunday in the Park (4/7): A free outdoor entitled "Hits of the Screen and Stage" by the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra. In case of rain, the concert will be held in the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival building.
New Orleans, 12 Stones (4/6): 12 Stones (formed in 2000) is an American post-grunge and alternative rock band, best known for their sophomore album Potter's Field, hailing from Mandeville, Louisiana, U.S.
New Orleans, 14th Annual Lympho-Maniac 70’s Party (3/30): Time to start Dusting off Afro Wig, Platform Shoes, & Gold Medallion b/c 14th Annual Lympho-Maniac 70s Party coming @ you Sizzling Hotttt.!..!.
New Orleans, 15th Annual Human Growth Foundation Awards Gala (3/24): Join the Human Growth Foundation (HGF) for its 15th Annual HGF Awards Gala, on Sunday, March 24, 2019, at The Westin Hotel, in New Orleans, Louisiana. This is black-tie affair.
New Orleans, Amazing Grapes (3/29): Join us as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Amazing Grapes! to support the preservation and educational programming for the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses.
New Orleans, BASN: Long Lost Williams (3/29): Join us Friday, March 29 as improvisers, and Williams him(?)self, reconstruct what might be his greatest work you never knew existed!
New Orleans, Beauregard-Keyes Spring Gala (3/24): As the sun sets, we'll feast on a delicious buffet, bid on fabulous auction items, and dance to the incomparable Deacon John and the Ivories!
New Orleans, Bondye: Between and Beyond (1/25 - 10/13): Louisiana-born artist Tina Girouard, in a cultural exchange with Haitian artists in Port-au-Prince, created twelve sequined prayer flags inspired by the religious rituals of Vodou.
New Orleans, Borealis Rex (4/5): Louisiana's Borealis Rex is an American rock band and some farm-to-table MFs.
New Orleans, Brother Dege (3/23): Grammy-nominated Brother Dege Legg is one of the best-kept secrets in Louisiana; a musician, writer outsider artist, and heir to a long line of enigmatic characters birthed in slaughterhouse of the
New Orleans, Congo Square Rhythms Festival (3/30 - 3/31): The 12th annual Congo Square Rhythms Festival will be held on March 30-31, 2019. Experience the best in New Orleans music by some of the great artists.
New Orleans, Eliot Lipp (3/23): Eliot Lipp is a producer, DJ and sound designer. After more than a decade living in Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco (but equally home on the road), the intrepid producer has landed in beautifu
New Orleans, Energy Clearing Class (MidCity) (3/23): Open to all beings. No experience is necessary. No yoga asana will take place. This is not a Reiki Training but an open class.
New Orleans, Handsomebeast (3/30): Handsomebeast — yes, one word — is a five piece band based out of Houston, TX.
New Orleans, Herlin Riley (3/23): Herlin Riley (born February 15, 1957) is an American Neo-bop jazz drummer.
New Orleans, Keith Sonnier: Until Today (3/15 - 6/2): This exhibition marks first comprehensive museum survey for Keith Sonnier, a pioneering figure in conceptual, post-minimal, video and performance art of the late 1960s.
New Orleans, Louisiana Rainbow Iris Festival (3/31): Horticulture lovers and gardening enthusiasts are invited to the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden for the annual Louisiana Rainbow Iris Festival.
New Orleans, Mia Borders (3/30): Mia Borders is a musician and writer from New Orleans, LA.
New Orleans, Mikaela Davis (4/6): Mikaela Davis is the kind of songwriter who routinely defies expectations. The 25 year-old artist is a composer of striking maturity.
New Orleans, Mosaic and Mystique: The Art of Sushi & Sake (4/5): The talented sushi chefs at Tsunami are constantly researching trends and emerging ingredients in order to bring new experiences to their insatiable sushi groupies.
New Orleans, Munch Madness (3/30): We've partnered with NOMAD Food Truck App to bring you our 1 year Anniversary Event!
New Orleans, Murder Mystery Dinner in New Orleans (3/29): Join The Murder Mystery Company live in New Orleans for the showing of Noir She Didn't, an immersive mystery experience full of twists and turns.
New Orleans, New Orleans Medley: Sounds of the City (1/19 - 8/4): The music of New Orleans is the living product of dynamic cultural interactions played out over centuries in this diverse southern port city.
New Orleans, New Orleans Platinum Party (3/31): Design Essentials NOLA is hosting a launch pary for the new DE Platinum Professional Collection.
New Orleans, New Orleans Spring Freret Market (4/6): The Market will be held on April 6, 2019. The Freret Market is a place for neighbors to meet, a place to relax and find a unique item, and an important part of the renaissance on Freret Street.
New Orleans, New Orleans Wine & Food Experience (4/5 - 4/7): The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience is one of the premier events in the Big Easy, showcasing what the city does best.
New Orleans, Night Around the World Gala (4/6): IHSNO is proud to present Night Around the World Gala on April 6, 2019, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the University of New Orleans Geoghegan Grand Ballroom.
New Orleans, NORD Daddy Daughter Spring Fling (3/22): We invite all fathers and father-figures and their daughters to join us for a night full of dancing, laughing, and bonding. The event features special activities and dinner.
New Orleans, Orifist (4/7): Technical death metal band from New Orleans, LA
New Orleans, Parlays Pooch Parade (3/23): Join us for a fun-filled dog pledge walk hosted by Parlay's Bar to benefit the Humane Society of Louisiana!
New Orleans, Pinc Louds (3/22): Pinc Louds is an imaginary band fronted by a little lady named Claudi. She plays hardcore acoustic doowop with her friends Ofer Bear (bass) and Rai (drums)
New Orleans, Pop-Up:Soot and Stain (3/1 - 3/31): Samantha Mullen believes “hands are the incarnation of the secret feud between beauty abstracted from meaning and human connotation, between the real and the imagined, between work and play.”
New Orleans, Prophylactic Prom (3/23): The winning condom costume will take The Crown of the Prophylactic Prom Court and will be awarded with the opportunity to parade in their condom-best during the 2019 New Orleans Pride Parade!
New Orleans, Raphael Villages 8th Annual Soraparu Soiree (4/6): Raphael Village is founded on principles that integrate education, community life, life-sharing, and the arts to meet the needs of youth with developmental disabilities.
New Orleans, River Whyless (3/23): River Whyless, the Asheville, NC quartet, is named in spirit of the band’s ongoing love affair with the natural world.
New Orleans, Roadside Glorious at Maple Leaf Bar (4/6): Come join New Orleans-based, rock 'n' roll group Roadside Glorious at legendary Maple Leaf Bar for a night of high energy rock, soul, and blues! Show starts at 8pm.
New Orleans, Rollin on the River (3/29): The new Riverboat CITY OF NEW ORLEANS is the setting for a wonderful evening exclusive to guests of West Jefferson Hospital Foundation.
New Orleans, Sabertooth Swing (3/29): Sabertooth Swing is a jazz band based in New Orleans.
New Orleans, Spring Fiesta (4/6 - 4/7): What is behind those mysterious shutters? Tour historic, private homes in the French Quarter not normally open to the public
New Orleans, Tacos and Beer for Project Ishmael 2019 (3/31): Join us Sunday, March 31, 3pm-6pm for an afternoon & evening of music & tacos to celebrate & support the children & families of Project Ishmael.
New Orleans, The Crooked Vines (3/30): Based out of New Orleans, Louisiana, The Crooked Vines is a funk-pop collective that brings exciting funk-fueled jams to the stage.
New Orleans, The Dirty Streets (3/23): Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, a hub of historical soul and blues that crafted much of the world’s modern music, Dirty Streets have spent years on the road and in the studio forging their own style.
New Orleans, The Quickening (4/5): Saturated in soul and marinated in the love of music comes The Quickening out of New Orleans, LA.
New Orleans, Three Year Anniversary Mini Beer Fest (3/24): Sunday, March 24th we will celebrate another year of bringing interesting, passionate people together who share a common interest:
New Orleans, Walk in the Woods with David Baker (3/29): 50 years ago, Joe and Lucianne Carmichael purchased the land at 13401 River Road where A Studio in the Woods now lives.
New Orleans, Women of Worth Dinner (3/23): Join us for this special evening to purposefully honor women, food, and community.
New Orleans, Zumba Gold (3/22): Get ready to join the dance-fitness party at your own pace!
Port Allen, Kite Fest Louisiane (4/6 - 4/7): The annual Kite Fest Louisiane will be held on April 6-7, 2019. Watch out for a number of colorful and beautiful kites filling the sky.
Port Allen, Kite Fest Louisiane (4/6 - 4/7): Great family fun is always on tap at the annual Kite Fest Louisiane', where the skies are filled with kites of all sizes and shapes. Inflatables, face painting, a kite-making workshop and kite designi
Saint Landry, Chicot Challenge 100 Mile Trail Relay (3/23 - 3/24): Join us for our "End of the Race Season Trail Party"! The 3rd Annual Chicot Challenge 100 Mile Trail Relay will take place Saturday, March 23rd in the beautiful Chicot State Park in Ville Platte. Lou
Scott, Scott Boudin Festival (4/5 - 4/7): Scott Boudin Festival of Scott, Louisiana where we gather to celebrate family, food, arts and crafts, music, and of course, Boudin!
Shreveport, Cork - A Red River Revel Wine Event (4/6): Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of wine tasting at Cork. Adults can taste more than 80 wines from around the world with great jazz entertainment and sample food from local restaurants.
Shreveport, CVMA 6-3 APR scavenger hunt. (3/23): Come support local veterans, Shreveport Cycles will be a stop on the APR ride. All riders are welcome on a bike or a cage. All proceeds go to help local veterans in need.
Shreveport, Doughnut Dash (3/30): The Doughnut Dash 5k is an annual fun run hosted by Riverbend Rotary to benefit local non-profits.
Shreveport, Night of Worship (3/29): Join us for amazing conversations with friends we love and drink coffee while we worship the one true King!
Shreveport, NWLA Heartwalk (4/6): By participating in the Heart Walk, you’re joining a million Heart Walk Heroes from across the nation raising funds for lifesaving science. Science that can teach us all how to live longer and be Heal
Shreveport, Rydaz Bar & Club (3/22): Performing w/ a live band vibe. Jacarri Jackson, Destiny Janay & Poetic Sound Band
Slidell, 4th Annual Camellia City Kids Fun Fest (3/30): Proceeds benefit a St Tammany Parish Children's Organization. Activities include inflatables, arts & crafts, pony rides, petting zoo and SO much more!!! Food available at an additional cost.
Slidell, Adult Mental Health First Aid (3/29): This 8-hour course helps you learn to identify warning signs and know how best to respond when someone needs help.
Slidell, Bubbly on the Bayou (3/31): We're celebrating our 10th Annual Bubbly on the Bayou’s Tip to the Derby, a Champagne Brunch Kentucky Derby Style, benefiting Rainbow Child Care Center on Sunday March 31st from 11a.m.
Slidell, Mamma Mia Mattine (3/24): Mamma Mia! is a jukebox musical written by British playwright Catherine Johnson, based on the songs of ABBA composed by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, former members of the band.
Slidell, You NIghts 3rd Annual Battle of the Models (4/6): "Battle of the Models" features alums who have graduated from You Night's Runway Empowerment Program. The professional runway models are from Chic Nouvelle Modeling Agency.
Thibodaux, A Royal Fairytale (4/5): A Royal Fairytale is a fun evening for Daddies and their Daughters.
Ville Platte, Boggy Bayou Festival Grounds (4/6): Festival season is here, and we are blessed with a variety of fun events coming up around Acadiana and Louisiana!