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Ongoing: “Autographing History,” an exhibit of 54 documents, letters and receipts bearing the signatures of famous historical figures including presidents George Washington, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, Benjamin Franklin, Napoleon Bonaparte, and many more. The collection on loan from Gloria B. Meyer of Shreveport and the late Charlton E. Meyer Jr. is on display at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, 3015 Greenwood Road. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. For more information, call 632-2020.

Ongoing: Yogie & Friends Exotic Cat Sanctuary, Louisiana’s only rescue for abused, neglected and unwanted large cats is open to the public on Saturdays only from noon to 5 p.m., weather permitting. The sanctuary is located at 128 Fob Lane in Frierson, La. For more information, call 795- 0455 or visit www. yogieandfriends.org.

Every Wednesday & first Tuesday of the month: Project Matt’s HOPE, free support group for family and friends of people in prison, 7-9 p.m., Paula’s Sav Tax, 3621 W. 70th St. For additional information, e-mail projectmattshope@ yahoo.com.

Every Thursday: Cancer Sup port Group, for cancer patients and family members, noon-1 p.m., Conference Room, Christus Schumpert Cancer Treatment Center, One St. Mary Place. Free. For more information, call Mimi at 681-6231.

First Thursday of the month: Amputee Support Group, monthly meeting for all amputees, featuring monthly guest lecturers including doctors, therapists, counselors, prosthetics and more, 6:30 p.m. Certified Limb and Brace, 3227 Portland Ave. near the corner of I-20 and Greenwood Road. For more information, call 636- 9145.

Every Saturday: Bossier Animal Control Adoption Days, meet dogs, cats, puppies and kittens who are in need of a good home, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at PetSmart, 2631 Beene Blvd. in Bossier City. For more information, call 741- 8499.

Every second Saturday of the month: Animal Welfare Inc. Adoption Days, meet dogs and cats who need a loving home, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at PetSmart, 7061 Youree Drive.

Every third Saturday of the month: Southern Christian Writer’s Club, meets from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Calvary Abundant Life Tabernacle, corner of Bethel Road and Highway 84 East in Lo gansport, La. Its mission is to help and encourage writers share their love of Jesus with others through publishing. Writers in both religious and secular writing are welcome. Membership is $20 per year. Other writing groups are available. For more information, call Marcella Simmons at 318-697- 5649.

Through July 13: The Paintings of Susan Duke: a fine art exhibit. Hosted by Boomtown’s 1800 Prime, 300 Riverside Drive, Bossier City, La.

June 29: Hello Gorgeous. Come enjoy a cool day of beauty to celebrate you at the Beauty Bar! On Saturday, June 29, at the Holiday Inn Express, 8751 Park Plaza, Free skin care, makeup tips and the latest beauty trends. There will be door prizes, free gifts and lots of fun! Space is limited so call now (713) 737-5314.

July 11: The Creole Trail: Genealogical Ties Unite Pointe Coupee, Avoyelles, Rapides and Natchitoches Parishes. Brian J. Costello, lifelong resident of New Roads, will present a study of the genealogical connections between the parishes that provide the majority of Louisiana’s Creole population. Guests are invited to arrive early to view the exhibits as the museum galleries will remain open until the program begins. Refreshments will be provided by the Louisiana State Museum Friends beginning at 6 p.m. The Capitol Park Museum is located at 660 N. Fourth St. For more information, call 225-342-5428 or e-mail LSMBR.info@crt.la.gov. The museum is wheelchair accessible.

July 18: Preserving the Heritage: Bayou Pigeon, Louisiana- Spirit of the Atchafalaya. Cliff LeGrange, Adam Landry, Geraldine Settoon, Jimmy Landry, Patricia Settoon and Stan Routh will present a special program that documents the unique traditions Guests will view printed material and illustrations; hear historical facts and firsthand stories of the Cajun Culture of Bayou Pigeon; and enjoy a special Cajun music rive early to view the exhibits as the museum galleries will remain open until the program begins. Friends beginning at 6 p.m. The Capitol Park Museum is located at 660 N. Fourth St. For more information, call 225-342-5428 or and folklife culture of the Atchafalaya National Heritage Area. presentation by Calvin Le- Blanc. Guests are invited to ar- Refreshments will be provided by the Louisiana State Museum e-mail LSMBR.info@crt.la.gov. The museum is wheelchair accessible.

Aug. 12: Centenary Book Bazaar book drop. The Centenary College Muses will accept donations for the upcoming annual Book Bazaar, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Book House, located in Centenary Square, 108 East Kings Highway. Volunteers will be on hand to help unload donations of gently used books, compact discs, videotapes, DVDs, records and cassettes. Receipts will also be issued to those donors requesting them. The annual book bazaar is sponsored by the Centenary Muses with proceeds used to fund projects and programs for Centenary students. This year’s Bazaar will take place Sept. 6 and 7 in the Centenary Gold Dome.

August 31: 2nd Annual HHS Graduation Celebration Dove “Dust –Up” Sporting Clay Shoot. Come knock the cobwebs off and get ready for the dove season opener! 8 a.m.-11: 30 a.m. morning flight; 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. lunch; 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. afternoon flight. Los Paloma, 900 Seven Pines Road, Benton, La. Top Team each flight will win $500. Door prizes, T- shirt sales and special sponsor drawing. $100 for individual, $500 for a five-man team. Call 318-426- 3975 for more information.

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