The Louisiana State Archives will unveil the one of a kind Bicentennial Quilt entitled "Stitch by Stitch, Binding Together 200 Years of Louisiana History" on April 26. Designed by Dawn Abraham of the Louisiana Archives, the quilt represents the sixty-four parishes of the state—each parish with its own nine by nine inch patch. The Louisiana Bicentennial Exhibit which lasts until June 30, will feature historic documents from the Louisiana Purchase and the original West Florida Republic Constitution, along with several artifacts and photographs. Free admission. Louisiana State Archives' hours are Monday—Friday, 8 am–4 pm. 3851 Essen Lane. (225) 922-1000. sos.la.gov/archives.
Come enjoy the dance music of the Eddie Smith Band at Glen's!
Manship Theatre presents Open Season! Join the fun and help Boog and his forest animal army fight the hunters during the open season. Every movie ticket includes on bag of popcorn, choice of water or juice and a sweet snack! Kids are encouraged to wear their bathing suits to play in the fountain after the show.
The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare and directed and adapted by Swine Palace Artistic Director George Judy, is a family friendly, 70 rockin’ minutes version of Shakespeare’s timeless battle of the sexes. Modern adaptations of the story range from the TV series and film, “10 Things I Hate About You,” to the hit musical, “Kiss Me Kate.” Swine Palace’s SHREW will result in a high-energy, entertaining production with commedia dell’arte elements, as the wildly spirited Kate and machismo-driven Petruchio scream, fight and woo their way into one another’s heart. Tickets $10 at the door
Bud Light Comedy Night followed by "The Gen Rummies" every Wednesday night at The Station! Good laughs & good drinks!
Crack the Keg starts at 8 pm! Come bring $5 & drink all you want til it floats! Then Smart Ass Trivia at 9pm sharp!