Join Chef Pansou on Friday, Nov. 6 from 7-9 p.m. at the Bossier Arts Council Annex for the first course of her “Rendezvous” series. Attend Cookin' & Lookin' and cook up some “Jumpin’ Da' Broom Jambalaya” while mingling with other singles..
For his 2015 Patriot Tour, Marcus Luttrell, Navy SEAL and author of “Lone Survivor, Service” and the inspiration behind the Hollywood blockbuster “Lone Survivor,” brings his Patriot Tour to 20 cities across the U.S. with a number of special guests and performers.
Bossier schools and the United Way of Northwest Louisiana are partnering for their first Day of Service. From 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 24, students, educators, administrators and parents have pledged to pay it forward by improving the community by taking on 15 service projects throughout Bossier and Caddo parishes.
The Shreveport District of the United Methodist Church is hosting the festival worship service to celebrate the work of more than 100 churches across its purview. The service provides an opportunity for churches to ratify their efforts in a unique way, called “worshipful work” by District Superintendent Revered Ken Irby.
Bossier Parish National Night Out is an opportunity to promote partnerships between the community, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office and other local law enforcement agencies and emergency services. It also heightens crime and drug prevention awareness in Bossier Parish neighborhoods and generates support for anti-crime programs.
The Benton Police Department will be giving away free Project ChildSafe gun locks on Highway 3 next to the Country Junction (Shell Station) in Benton, Thursday, Oct. 1, from 3-6 p.m. Officers will also be demonstrating the proper way to secure a firearm with the gun locks.
The Shreveport Pastel Society formed after 15 participants took a pastel workshop with nationally known artist Alan Flattman of New Orleans in 2005. When asked about their goals for painting, Barbara Rushing, a long-time member stated, "We paint for pure pleasure, no judging or ribbons.
In a weeklong residency, Watson will be assisted by Professor Bruce Allen’s art students to help produce a meticulous spice trail in over a dozen buildings, including the Meadows, the Turner Art Center, Magale Library, Marjorie Lyons Play house, the Gold Dome, and others.