Shreveport Bossier Weekend Events — September 21 – 23
There’s a boat load of events happening in and around Kiss Country this weekend! Bands are battlin’, symphonies are playin’, kids are puntin’, passin’, and kickin’! Let’s get to having fun!
|Captain Shreve||Natchitoches||9/21||Friday||Lee Hedges|
|Red River||BTW||9/21||Friday||Red River|
|Benton||North Desoto||9/21||Friday||North Desoto|
|Bossier||North Webster||9/21||Friday||North Webster|
|Haughton||West Ouachita||9/21||Friday||West Ouachita|
Anytime Fitness on Highway 80 in Haughton is holding an opening round of this competition this Saturday, September 22 at 9:30 a.m. at the Haughton High School football stadium. The competition is free and open to boys and girls ages 6-15.
ULM hosts Baylor tonight in Monroe. See the game on ESPN at 6:00 PM
LSU and Auburn face off tomorrow at 6:00 PM, ESPN will broadcast from Auburn.
You can also listen to every LSU game on 1130 AM “The Tiger”!
“The Battle of the Bands” Sept 22, 2012 6pm @ Lee Hedges Stadium Tickets $8 in Advance / $10 @ the Gate Kids 3 & Under Free Concessions will be available.
Bands from the Ark-La-Tx & Mississippi will battle! Booker T. Washington H.S (Shreveport, La) Mansfield H.S. (Mansfield, La) Richwood H.S. (Monroe, La) Carroll H.S. (Monroe, La) Lake Providence H.S. (Lake Providence) Madison H.S. (Tallulah, La) Callaway H.S. (Jackson, Mississippi) Dunbar H.S. (Fort Worth, Tx) Jack-Robey (Pine Bluff, Arkansas).
A breast cancer fundraiser is happening Saturday night: Black Tie Affair Featuring Music by “Steve Wells Band” of Natchitoches, LA Dinner (catered by Bistro To Go) included and will be served at 7:00 PM. Dance 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm.
Tickets Must Be Purchased In Advance $50 Adult/$25 Student Make checks payable to USA DANCE SHREVEPORT, 8911 Greenwood Road, Greenwood, LA 71033 50% of the profits to benefit Feist-Weiller Breast Cancer Research
For more information contact August Myszka 318-938-0135 or email@example.com
The lovely ladies of Bon Temps Burlesque will be dancing at Chicago Saturday night. We’ve seen this group in action and they are not only talented with awesome costumes–they represent the beauty of women of all shapes and sizes.
Saturday night is opening night for SSO’s 65th season. This season opens with world-renowned violin sensation Vadim Gluzman. “Brahms’ familiar overture abounds with good humor and complements Dvořák’s delightful Symphony No. 8, full of folk-like charm and positive energy”.
Bring your dog and enjoy a stroll in the artwork lined garden and theater area of the Karpeles Museum.
Purchase local paintings, prints, photographs, pillows, jewelry and more and help the dog park efforts at the same time! Featuring prints of Sheriff Prator’s dog park painting, signed/numbered $15 suggested donation includes one glass of wine, bread and spreads Music by Sid Crump & Leonard Service; Dress Code - Garden casual; RSVP on Facebook.
“International Observe the Moon Night” Lunar Party is happening Saturday night at Worley Observatory from 8-10pm. This event is FREE! The Ralph A. Worley Observatory is located 8 miles south of Shreveport, Louisiana on Hwy. 175.