Editor's Choice Events for Louisiana
Covington, 33rd Annual Christmas Extravaganza Expo (11/30 - 12/2): This is one of the biggest Arts & Crafts shows in Louisiana with 500 booths from a multi-state area. Shopper's love this show and the vendor's end their year with this show.
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Abbeville, Mary Poppins JR (10/26 - 10/28): Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's Mary Poppins JR. is an enchanting mixture of irresistible story, unforgettable songs and breathtaking dance numbers.
Alexandria, CenLa Smiles (11/10): Join us for a day of food, fun, portraits, and SMILES! You’re invited to come have your portrait made or help make someone else’s.
Alexandria, Hari & Deepti: Light by the Forest (11/2 - 2/16): Husband and wife art duo Harikrishnan Panicker & Deepti Nair (known as Hari & Deepti) began experimenting with paper and lights in 2010, creating illuminated cut paper sculptures which tell stories.
Alexandria, Lions at the Food Bank (11/3): Alexandria Lions and family will join our new Branch Lions Club members in a morning of service at the Food Bank.
Alexandria, Movie Matinee Classics (10/27): We will be showing the original Frankenstein with Boris Karloff, Dracula with Bela Legosi and Wolf-Man with Lon Chaney, Jr. Contact 318-445-3912 for more information. www.rpl.org
Alexandria, Shadow Sculpting with Hari and Deepti (11/3): Hari and Deepti are a husband and wife art duo who experiment with paper and lights to create schultures with shadows. Join this art duo to create your own shadow sculpture.
Baker, First Sunday Sing (11/4): We will have lunch on the grounds and then a time of singing.
Baton Rouge, An Evening Ashore with Dose of the Coast (10/27): Save the date for a nautical evening raising funds for Dose of the Coast! There will be delicious food catered by The Crown Bistro, beer courtesy of Abita Brewing Company, wine galore.
Baton Rouge, Annual Legacy Homecoming (10/27): We are excited to announce our second annual Legacy Homecoming Social. Please spread the word.
Baton Rouge, Ball of the Badges (10/26): A Masquerade Ball open to the public benefitting local charity organiztions supported by Fire, Police and EMS.
Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge Traditions Traveling Exhibit (11/4): This traveling exhibit from the Louisiana Division of the Arts Folklife Program explores the traditional arts and practices of communities in the greater Baton Rouge area.
Baton Rouge, Big Earl & The Sexual Biscuits at The Station! (11/2): STRAIGHT OUTTA THE FLORABAMA! Big Earl and the Sexual Biscuits are Baton Rouge-bound! A Station annual tradition continues Friday, November 2nd with the best BEAT ALABAMA party around.
Baton Rouge, Blood Flow Restriction Training Level I Course (11/10): Calling all Licensed Therapists! We are excited to bring in Smart Tools for their Blood Flow Restriction Training course! Applying for 9 CEUs for Louisiana State Board of Physical Therapy.
Baton Rouge, Born to Run - Baton Rouge (CTK Team) (11/10): The 2018 Born to Run - Baton Rouge is a great opportunity for runners and walkers alike to take an active role in Woman’s New Life Center’s mission.
Baton Rouge, Burn and Brunch (10/28): It's back! The Rum House and Yoga Bliss Baton Rouge are teaming up to bring you the best of fitness and brunch Baton Rouge has to offer. Tickets are $35 per person.
Baton Rouge, Decorate Your Own Halloween Cookie Cake! (10/27): Ghouls & Ghosts, Oh My! Decorate your own Halloween Cookie Cake at this kid-friendly workshop. $5 per child or free for those who come in costume. Robért Fresh Market Baton Rouge location only.
Baton Rouge, Deeper Love 2018: Awakening (10/27): Are you ready for an Awakening!!! We present to some and introduce to others the experience that is Deeper Love 2018!!!!!
Baton Rouge, Fall Festival (10/28): Join us at our annual Fall Fest: inflatables, face painting, balloon twisting, food, games, and candy galore. This event is open to the public.
Baton Rouge, FLAIM Fall Fest BBQ Dinner (11/2): FLAIM's new famous grill master and the Men's Club will be serving up BBQ chicken, pulled pork sandwiches and rib dinners. Chicken donated by Iverstine Farms Butcher.
Baton Rouge, French-Fired Fundraiser for Cat Haven (10/28): Join Cat Haven at Flamb?e Caf? as we raise money for our no-kill mission! On Sunday, October 28th, Flambee Cafe will donate 20% of all food sales made from 5-9 p.m.
Baton Rouge, Holiday Shopping Soiree (11/4): Get your HOLIDAY shopping started while enjoying some refreshments and possibly winning one of the FABULOUS giveaways! We look forward to seeing you there!
Baton Rouge, JDRF One Walk Baton Rouge 2018 (10/28): JDRF One Walk has one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We know you want to make a cure a reality too—and we can't wait for you to join us!
Baton Rouge, Living the Bankable Dream (10/27): We run the world! We WOMEN run the world!! However there are soooo many of us that don't know how to deal with the one thing that makes the world go round... "MONEY".
Baton Rouge, Nifty 50s Safety Supporter Soiree (10/27): Grab your best 50s threads, and come prepared to go wild over the good eats, refreshments, rockin’ tunes, dancing, auction items, 1950s celebs, 50s themed dinner & a show,
Baton Rouge, Open Talks (10/26): We invite nurses, nurse practitioners, social workers, counselors, students and other health care professionals to attend this one-day event on Friday, October 26.
Baton Rouge, Pastor Appreciation - Dinner on the Grounds (10/28): Please join us in showing our Pastor Bro. Andy Pierce appreciation for his hard work and dedication to Immanuel Baptist Church with a Dinner on the Grounds
Baton Rouge, Santa CAAWS 2018 (11/4): Bring your four and two legged kids to have their picture taken with Santa! There will be refreshments, games and helpful pet information as well!
Baton Rouge, Science Embraces Humanae Vitae - Free Admission (10/27): On the occasion of the canonization of Pope Paul VI and of the 50th anniversary of the Encyclical "Humanae Vitae", (1968-2018) Saint Agnes will host a symposium: Science Embraces 'Humanae Vitae'.
Baton Rouge, Sleeping Beauty (11/4 - 11/5): This version of the classic fairy tale, with script, music, and lyrics by Richard R. Giersch, takes aim primarily at children from kindergarten through fifth grade and their parents.
Baton Rouge, Social Painting Class: Dragon (10/26): At our painting classes, you are able to find your inner artist! Classes are great for all skill levels. Bring your favorite adult beverage and your sense of adventure!
Baton Rouge, Spankys Sherwood Halloween Bash (10/27): DJ Big Swole, Costume Contest, Games and shot specials... Your bartenders will be ready to "Get Physical" in their 80's attire so u don't wanna miss this one!
Baton Rouge, Spook N Rowe (10/26): Join us for our second annual Spook N Rowe – a family-friendly Halloween event the whole family can enjoy! There will be tons of tricks as well as sweet treats throughout the evening.
Baton Rouge, St. Johns UMC Fall Fest 2018 (10/27): Join us for our second annual Fall Fest. We'll have games, music, Bingo, a cake walk, a puppet show, face painting, photo booth, free hamburger meals and more! Come in costume, and bring a friend!
Baton Rouge, Town Square Lunch Concert (11/9): Lunch Concert sponsored by Christ In The City ministries, on November 9, 2018 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm at the North Boulevard Town Square, 222 North Boulevard, Baton Rouge, La 70802.
Baton Rouge, Trinity Trunk or Treat (10/28): Trinity Lutheran Church's youth group will be selling food as a fundraiser for their youth gathering. There will be fun things for the kids as well.
Baton Rouge, Zombie 5k Fun Run (10/27): Run to stay alive! Runners not only have to make it to the end of the course, but will have to avoid the undead as they try to take your lives before you can get to safety at the finish line.
Bossier City, Colin’s Title defense (10/27): Saturday Oct. 27th I will defend my AKA featherweight belt at the Horseshoe hotel and Casino in Bossier City, Louisiana, and I want YOU there!
Bossier City, Fall Festival (10/28): Join us for our annual Fall Festival at POBC. This years theme is "The Greatest Show"! Admission and all activities are free.
Bossier City, Geekoween with NUWMA Live! (10/27): Geekoween , the climax of Spooktober...come out in your best costumes for our costume contest for Cash and Bar tab prizes. While you are here NUWMA is going to be live on our stage!
Bossier City, Gumbo & Geaux Motorcycle Run (10/27): Join Easterseals Louisiana, Invictus Defensores LEMC & Bellatorum LEMC as we raise funds for our disability services with our first ever Gumbo & Geaux Motorcycle Run!
Bossier City, Halloween Party & Costume Contest (10/27): Join us for our 2nd annual Halloween party & costume contest hosted by Big Country & K94.5 Jay Whatley, Saturday October 27, 2018! Come dressed up to enter our best costume contest!
Bossier City, Kids Fitness Camp (11/10): Our popular Kids Fitness Camp is back!! We are going to have a blast with a gumbo of kids activities including our rock wall, kids Zumba, inflatable bouncie, Ninja Warrior Course.
Bossier City, RARC of Northwest Louisiana - Competition 1 (11/3): Volunteers are needed for competition day. Robotics experience is not required. Volunteers can sign up here: https://nicerc.org/rarc/northwestla/volunteer/.
Bossier City, The Hollow Decks Return! (11/10): You guys and gals loved it so much last time, we are going to bring them back again The Hollow Decks, the BEST 90's cover band in the ArkLaTex.
Bossier City, Trunk or Treat (10/27): Join us for a Halloween Celebration!! Music, games, jump house,Food, Italian ice plus Trunk or Treating!!!!!!! Lots of fun for everyone! Bring your friends & family!
Bossier City, Walk to End Polio (10/27): Rotary, along with our partners, has reduced polio cases by 99.9% worldwide since our first project to vaccinate children in 1979. We are close to eradicating polio, but we need your help.
Boyce, Run Wild in the Woods 5K/10K (11/3): Run Wild in the Woods 10K/5K to be held at the Kincaid Recreational Area on the morning of November 3, 2018.
Choudrant, MedCamps 4th Annual Fall Bash (10/27): This event features family friendly activities like: carnival games and jumpers, horseback riding and archery, a petting zoo and cake walk, food trucks, cotton candy and more.
Covington, 33rd Annual Christmas Extravaganza Expo (11/30 - 12/2): This is one of the biggest Arts & Crafts shows in Louisiana with 500 booths from a multi-state area. Shopper's love this show and the vendor's end their year with this show.
Denham Springs, 5K Run4Color...Run4Hope! Benefiting A Door of Hope (11/3): This year we are doing a 1-mile fun run for individuals and children in which the 5K is too long. At the beginning of the fun run, participants will go through the color tunnel and proceed to the fini
Franklin, Harvest Moon Festival (10/27): This is a family friendly annual event offering arts & crafts, food, music, children's activities, mutt strut costume contest, demonstrations, etc.
Grand Coteau, 2018 Sweet Dough Pie Festival (10/27): The Sweet Dough Pie Festival will be held on October 27, 2018. There will be sweet dough pie contest, guest speakers, arts and crafts vendors, music, great food and much more.
Greenwell Springs, Magnolia UMCs Annual Blessing of the Animals (10/28): Please join us on October 28th for the annual Blessing of the Animals. Dogs, cats, pigs and other pets- Large and small, furry and non-furry- are all welcome, as well as their human friends!
Greenwell Springs, Serve Like Crazy (10/28): On Sunday, October 28, in place of our regular services, we are going out into our community to be the hands and feet of Jesus for Serve Like Crazy!
Hammond, Pontchartrain Shakers performing at RED WHITE & BREW (11/10): The Pontchartrain Shakers featuring Jojjo Wight & Amedee A5 Frederick are performing live in Hammond's Red White & Brew. Come do the damn thing with us while we perform American home grown blues
Houma, Glow with the Flow: hip-hop edition (11/2): Everything is better when you are Glowed UP! Show up at 7 to gear up in the glow, we will offer many things to decorate yourself, in your brightest whites and tights! Class starts at 8:00pm
Houma, Halloween/Costume Party!! (10/27): Come out and have a great time. Costume contest. Lots of drink specials. Food and music will be provided.
Houma, Marketplace Artisan Craft Show (11/3): Southdown Marketplace is a one-day arts & crafts festival that features more than 300 local and national vendors with unique hand-made products including jewelry.
Houma, Trunk or Treat (10/27): We are hosting our first annual Barker Buick GMC Trunk or Treat event October 27th, from 10am to 4pm. We welcome all families to come in, dress up, and have fun with us!
Jennings, CDERF 4th Annual 5k Glow Run (11/3): Come out and support a wonderful cause! This race will be begin at the Jennings Park & Recreation parking lot, located at 1206 E Academy Ave.
Lafayette, All Souls Day Mass & Blessing of the Graves (11/2): Lafayette Memorial Park Cemetery will hold their Annual All Soul's Day Mass & Blessing of the graves on Friday, November 2 at 10:00am in the Peace Chapel Mausoleum.
Lafayette, Annual Ford and Mustang Show (10/27): Fun filled family event! Come enjoy our annual Ford and Mustang car show hosted by the Acadiana Ford & Mustang Club and Macaroni Kid Lafayette.
Lafayette, Annual Veterans Day Program (11/11): Fountain Memorial Funeral Home & Cemetery at 1010 Pandora Street in Lafayette, will hold its annual Veteran’s Day Program, on Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11, 2018, at 9:00 am.
Lafayette, Atchafalaya 40th Anniversary Party at Downtown Alive! (10/26): Yes.... 40 YEARS! Our first ever performance was at the Landing Restaurant on Pinhook at the river on Halloween night 1978. We will be playing your favorite songs from the good ole days! Come say HI!
Lafayette, Charles E. Brumfield, Jr. (11/2): Join us as we celebrate Prophetess Shimike Brumfield as we host Prophetess Marcia Morrison Morrison Ministries on Friday, November 2, 2018 @ 7pm! Shimike Johnson Ministries.
Lafayette, Chris Breaux & Six String Rodeo (11/3): Chris Breaux & Six String Rodeo back again in Lafayette for one night ?? Live @ Legends Pub Saturday November 3rd 9pm show time.. Don't miss it..
Lafayette, Fall Clean Up Day (10/27): FALL SPRUCE-UP DAY — First Presbyterian Church; October 27, 2018; 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Energy Snacks and Drinks available all day! Inside and Outside Things to do—something for everyone!
Lafayette, Fright Night Halloween Party (10/26): Its the most wonderful time of the year! Come out to our annual Halloween Party for a great night. We will have the band Taken South live on stage starting at 9pm.
Lafayette, Here Lies Cooyon Boudreaux (11/10): Covering all the documents from planning your estate to beyond the grave, this educational day will cover everything from wills and trusts to powers of attorney and small successions.
Lafayette, KJAM Jamboree - Oh the Places You Will Go (10/28): Come and join us for our Annual KJAM Jamboree (Halloween Alternative) this year entitled "Oh the Places You Will Go." We will have games, prizes, a puppet show, a drama performance.
Lafayette, La Fanciulla del West (11/3): Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek sings Puccini’s gun-slinging heroine in this romantic epic of the Wild West, with the heralded return of tenor Jonas Kaufmann in the role of the outlaw she loves.
Lafayette, Living the Dream by Voicing the Vision (11/2): Save the date & make plans to attend this powerful service! Prophetess Marcia Morrison will be in the house on Friday, November 2nd @ 7pm!
Lafayette, MDA Toast to Life Lafayette (10/26): Join us for an unforgettable night at our inaugural Toast to Life gala on Friday, October 26, 2018 at City Club River Ranch!
Lafayette, Middendorfs Manchac Run (11/10): Middendorf’s Restaurant will host its 10th Annual Middendorf's Manchac Run on Saturday, November 10, 2018. The event features 10 mile, 10K and 5K races which start and finish at Middendorf’s on Old Hi
Lafayette, Paws & Paw Paws Halloween Party (10/28): Please join us for a "howling" good time! We will have games, fun and a costume contest with a chance to win a prize valued at $150!
Lafayette, Pitchers and Draft (11/3): Join us on Nov. 3rd, to wrap up the OM Innovation Conference, as teams of creative entrepreneurs pitch solutions to community challenges!
Lafayette, Salvador Dalí’s Stairway to Heaven (6/8 - 1/18): The Hilliard Museum is excited to serve as the inaugural venue for the exhibition Salvador Dalí’s Stairway to Heaven, showcasing over 140 works by the prolific artist.
Lafayette, Samson et Dalila (10/28): When mezzo-soprano Elina Garanca and tenor Roberto Alagna joined forces for a new production of Carmen at the Met, the results were electrifying.
Lafayette, Shelf Life (8/11 - 11/10): Shelf Life is an exhibition that explores the consumption of ephemeral or consumer products, events and happenings in our every day life.
Lafayette, TexManiacs Live - Blackpot Fest Louisiana (10/27): Los TexManiacs bring a taste of TexMex for our Louisiana Family at the 13th annual Blackpot Festival & Cookoff . A celebration of the music , food , and culture of Southwest Louisiana and beyond !
Lafayette, The Music Of Led Zeppelin/zebra (11/9): Zebra & The Acadiana Symphony perform Windborne's "The Music of Led Zeppelin", Plus The Premier of "The Music of Zebra".
Lafayette, Volley for Hearts Fundraiser (11/3): We will have a costume contest with prizes awarded for best male, female, and best team costume, and the LSU vs Alabama game will be playing on the big screen!
Lafayette, Women of Acts- GAME NIGHT (11/2): Ladies, you are invited to join us for a night of games, laughter, and great fun! Bring a finger-food to share. Invite a friend.
Lake Charles, End of Month Lunch (10/26): Fusion Five End of Month Lunch will be at a great new location that serves some great food and has exceptional service. We hope to see you all there so you can keep up with the new things going on
Lake Charles, Fall Fest (10/28): Join us at the Grand Lake Fireman's Center for our 9th Annual Fall Fest. We will have food, games, prizes, cake walk, and plenty of fun! There is no charge for this event and it is for all ages!
Lake Charles, Old Fashion Sunday - Pioneer Days (11/4): Come join us for an awesome day of worship followed by food, fun, games, and fellowship! There will be something for everyone: Nail Driving, Chicken Scramble, Cake Walk, Door Prizes, & MORE!
Madisonville, 2018 Madisonville Pumpkin Patch Festival (10/27 - 10/28): The Market will be held on October 27-28, 2018. Artists and crafts-people will be showcasing their unique and irreplaceable creations.
Mandeville, Endo Shihan in New Orleans November 2018 (11/2 - 11/4): NOLA Aikido is overjoyed to welcome Seishiro Endo Shihan to New Orleans for a weekend seminar, November 2-4, 2018. Endo Shihan, 8th Dan Aikikai Hombu Dojo and dojo-cho of Aikido Saku Dojo
Mandeville, MHS Band: Skipper Gala (11/10): The Mandeville High School Band Boosters invite you and the entire Mandeville community to the 1st annual MHS Band "Skipper Gala".
Marksville, Into the Light 5K Walk/Run (10/27): Join us for our 2nd annual SaveCenla Into the Light 5K Walk/Run to lift the stigma of mental illness, so that people who suffer in silence will feel safe to seek help.
Marrero, NOFANOLAs 3rd Annual Halloween Spooktacular (10/27): Join us for our 3rd annual Halloween dance/fundraiser benefitting our 2018 Heroes: Amy Melnyk, Ashton Hammett, Cary Gomez, Dylan Gaubert, Herbert Vaughn, Kenny Bourgeois, and Wayne Kramer.
Monroe, Delta Veterans Expo & Celebration (11/10): We have decided that it is not only a time to celebrate all who have defended our country, but also time to make sure they have all the resources and support they need to succeed.
Monroe, Downtown Foot Pursuit (10/27): If you have ever ran our Downtown Donut Dash, then you will know the course for this Brand New 5K, we are using the same beautiful course in Downtown Monroe, La.
Monroe, FCC Trick or Trunk and Fall Fest (10/28): Come to FCC for our annual Trick or Trunk and Fall Festival! We will have games, candy, a hayride, cake walk, free food, good fellowship, and lots more! Bring your friends!
Monroe, Little MAC Halloween Party (10/27): Join us for a spook-tacular haunt & dress to fright! Trick or Treats, fun & pictures! Saturday, October 27th
New Iberia, Blessing New Iberia Fall Festival (10/27): This is a family friendly event with awesome Fall shopping, trick or treating, kid activity area and interactive Zumba demonstrations. Remember to wear costumes there will be a photo booth.
New Iberia, Bunk Johnson Out of the Shadows: A Blues Poem (11/10): The Shadows-on-the-Teche and the Bunk Johnson Jazz Arts and Heritage Festival invites you to attend the theatrical performance of "Bunk Johnson Out of the Shadows: A Blues Poem".
New Iberia, Taunt Na Nas Trade Days & Chili Dog Cookoff (10/27): Arts & Crafts Show - Taunt Na Na's Trade Days will be featuring handcrafted items and live demonstrations by various crafters such as blacksmiths, woodworkers, and artists. Show starts at 10 am.
New Orleans, 15th Anniversary Celebration (11/10): Join us as we celebrate our 15th anniversary at Dutch Alley Artist's Co-Op! 6 pm til 8 pm, 912 N Peters Street at Dumaine in the French Quarter.
New Orleans, 1st Annual KTLT Masquerade Charity Ball (11/10): Know Thyself Love Thyself is a non-profit aimed to serve as a full resource for youth, including self-expression, cultural appreciation, and mentorship that creates lifelong relationships and long-ter
New Orleans, 2018 BOOster Bash (10/27): Kid free night at Carrollton....who knew one existed?!?
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New Orleans, 2018 New Orleans Fall Arts Market (10/27): The exhibitors at Arts Market will offer affordable and handmade artwork ranging from paintings, photography, printmaking.
New Orleans, 2018 New Orleans Kidney Walk (11/11): Get your walking shoes on and come out to our 17th Annual New Orleans Kidney Walk on Sunday, November 11 at Audubon Park's Newman Bandstand Shelter #10.
New Orleans, 5th Annual Uptown Halloween Bar Crawl (10/27): Tired of dealing with the FQ on Halloween weekend? Stay Uptown and crawl with us! 21+. Costumes if ya wanna. Then we'll head back to Prytania and drink responsibly all night long!
New Orleans, ASH Auction: Tailgate Round the Fountain (11/2): Academy of the Sacred Heart. Tailgate 'Round the Fountain Auction. Friday, November 2, 2018. Rosary Campus Courtyard (4521 St. Charles Ave.). Patron Party - 6:30 pm. Auction - 8:00 pm.
New Orleans, Bench and Bar Build 2018 (10/27): Prior to Hurricane Katrina, local lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals teamed up for NOAHH’s Bench & Bar Build to give back to the community by building homes for hard-working families.
New Orleans, Bike & Brunch (11/10): Bike & Brunch is a progressive, social bike ride for families and friends to ride through the city...
New Orleans, Bistreaux Sunday Jazz Brunch (10/28): Sundays don’t get any better than this in New Orleans! Locals & visitors can rediscover a beloved tradition at The Maison Dupuy, one of the great Sunday Brunch originals.
New Orleans, Boo Dat: A Spooktacular Saturday (10/27): The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk welcomes Halloween revelers of all ages to don their coolest and creepiest costumes at Boo Dat!: A Spooktacular Saturday.
New Orleans, Brother Martin Football Letterman Reunion (11/2): All football lettermen and guests are invited to a tailgate party outside the main entrance at Tad Gormley with food and soft drinks. Then, head to the game and cheer on the Crusaders vs. Jesuit.
New Orleans, Burn & Brunch with Mark Berger (10/28): Join us at Pythian Market's brand new event space Laurenia for a challenging, friendly, and fun, all-levels donation-based yoga class with Mark Berger. Suggested donation: $5
New Orleans, Chase And Scout Jewelry Pop-Up! (10/27): Miss Elle, designer and artist behind our breathtaking Chase and Scout Jewelry, is coming for a special pop-up trunk show!
New Orleans, Cheers to Boys Town! (11/4): ENTERGY PRESENTS our first annual Gospel Brunch! Boys Town’s end of year fundraiser is intended to be an uplifting morning, filled with song, on the grounds of a wonderful oasis of elegant beauty.
New Orleans, Church Work Day (11/3): As the fall approaches, there are a number of things that need fixing or cleaning at the church. We need your help for just a few hours on Saturday, Nov. 3rd.
New Orleans, Dig in for DHP (11/3): Tracey’s is donating 100% of the proceeds on Saturday, November 3rd from 5pm-10pm. We invite you to join us at Tracey’s as we cheer on the Tigers as they take on Alabama.
New Orleans, District E Housing Summit (10/27): Come Join us for our Housing Summit on Oct.27th! Mingle with the community and take advantage of some great resources specifically geared towards renters in District E.
New Orleans, Fall Fête for the Building Arts! (10/27): The day will feature live demos from local master craftsmen, historic walking tours, an open house of BK House and fall treats! This event is free and open to the public.
New Orleans, Free Screening of Little Shop of Horrors (10/27): Come and see if it is alright after all. Singing along and dressing up not an official requirement, but certainly is encouraged. 21 and up, tip your cidertenders well.
New Orleans, Halloween New Orleans (10/26 - 10/28): We are excited to bring you three events BACK on Halloween weekend, October 26-28, 2018.
New Orleans, Halloween New Orleans Trivia Night at the American (11/2): We'll have rounds on: Hocus Pocus, Interview with a Vampire, American Horror Story: Coven, Halloween, and more. Free to play. Fantastic Prizes. Drink specials. Costume Contest. Plenty of fun.
New Orleans, Healthy Gulf Gala (11/11): Join us at the Healthy Gulf Gala to celebrate Gulf Restoration Network's 24th Anniversary. This celebration is about you! Without you, we would have never achieved so much to protect the Gulf.
New Orleans, Hecate (11/9): Opening reception is Friday November 9th 7-10PM, with an after show party at Red Truck Clubhouse. Artists will be in attendance.
New Orleans, Howling Halloween Dance Party (10/27): Dance Party and costume contest! Join Meredith, Hayley and Carol for a howling of a Halloween party. Come in your best costume and enter to win a Trick or Treat bag of our favorites!
New Orleans, J.Low Fall Fest and Duck Derby (10/27): Ready, set, Quack to the finish line! Join Girl Scouts Louisiana East for two Saturdays of fun camp activities and friendly competition at its annual J.Low Fall Festival and Duck Derby on October 27.
New Orleans, JDRF New Orleans One Walk (11/10): We are so excited to celebrate YOU and all of your hard work! Come enjoy a fun-filled family event that you don't want to miss! Enjoy food, games, DJ and more.
New Orleans, Kathina Ceremony 2018 (10/28): We invite you who are charitable and faithful in Buddhism to join our meritorious events...
New Orleans, Ladies Fall Daytime Retreat (11/10): Come enter into a refreshing time of anointed worship, Spirited and life changing Words from the Lord, personal ministry, as well as, the enjoyment of beautiful gardens.
New Orleans, Lorraine Hess-World Youth Day (10/28): The CYO/Youth & Young Adult Ministry Office and Teen C.R.O.S.S. (the Archdiocesan youth council)...
New Orleans, Luther Kent and Trick Bag (10/26): Tickets $20 in advance. $25 at the door. Doors open at 8:30. VIP tables available
New Orleans, Madigans Halloween Part III (10/27): THE TIME HAS COME for yet another slashing and thrashing Halloween bash. Join us Saturday October 27th in celebrating the most magical time of year!
New Orleans, Meet and Greet: Nathan Rabelais (11/4): Come enjoy this fun, unique event celebrating the end of the American Council for Quebec Studies 2018 Biennial Conference in New Orleans with music, wine, and great poetry!
New Orleans, Mimis Art Yard (11/11): This eclectic art market will take place for the second time during Uptown's popular Po Boy Festival on Oak Street. Hosted by artist Miriam Lilje in the courtyard of her studio/gallery.
New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana POUND Pro Training (11/10): Learn to teach POUND, the fastest growing group fitness format inspired by drumming! Join us for an 8-hour training that looks, feels, and sounds like nothing you’ve ever experienced before.
New Orleans, Nightmare on The Dancefloor (10/26): The Situation Ent. and Infinite Creations Events bring to you their 1st Annual NIGHTMARE ON THE DANCE FLOOR, RETRO Halloween Costume Dance Party.
New Orleans, Pasta & Puccini Fundraising Gala: Mi Amore (11/10): Don’t Miss THE Premier Cultural Event of the Season! Pasta & Puccini is an annual fundraising gala that includes stunning live performances, excellent food and libations, silent auctions, raffles and
New Orleans, Rooftop Movie: Hocus Pocus (10/27): Double, double, toil and trouble. Ride your broomstick over to the Catahoula Hotel Rooftop at 7:30 PM for bewitching cocktails and a moonlit screening of Hocus Pocus.
New Orleans, Scar Art Painting Class (11/11): ScART – Emotional healing of surgical scars through art
Those who have had cancer are invited to participate in this emotionally empowering activity called ScART (or Scar Art).
New Orleans, Shredder Day! (11/3): Keller Williams office has hired the Shred-It truck to destroy sensitive documents on site in the office parking lot at 8601 Leake Ave. A vendor will be providing light refreshments.
New Orleans, SMCL Foundation Cookout & Car Show (11/10): This fundraiser is to raise money for the quality of life of our veterans, youth and others with disabilities throughout the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf Coast Region.
New Orleans, Soul Garden: Caribbean Night (11/4): Ticket includes admission, food, and drink. Must be 21 to drink. As always, our events are BYOB. This event is outside in a garden, please dress accordingly!
New Orleans, Stars & Strikes For Kids! (11/11): Join us for an afternoon of music and fun to support Holy Rosary School! Music by Grad-U and a performance by the Oui Dats!
New Orleans, The 100 Renaissance Gala (10/27): There will be music, dancing, food, and awards presented throughout the evening. Sassy Chic or Cocktail attire preferred.
New Orleans, The 38th Annual YMCA Corporate Cup (11/10): The 38th Annual YMCA Corporate Cup
5K and Kids' Half Mile
Saturday, November 10, 2018
City Park, New Orleans
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New Orleans, The Orléans Collection (10/26 - 1/27): In celebration of New Orleans' Tricentennial in 2018, NOMA presents The Orleans Collection, an exhibition of selections from the magnificent collection of the city's namesake, Philippe II Duke of Orlé
New Orleans, TINY ART SHOW VOL.4 ft Preacher (11/3): Come and Explore the works of Preacher throughout the month of November! Limited Edition T-shirts of the artist's work will be printed on the spot.
New Orleans, Treme Walking Tour (10/27): We are digging into our “Cultural” roots by taking a one-mile walking tour of the oldest African American neighborhood in the United States, Treme.
New Orleans, Trunk or Treat (10/28): Come out to English Turn for an early start to your Trick-or-Treating! Trunks will be open at 6pm- Saints Football Watch Party to immediately follow!
New Orleans, Vegetable & Herb Dinner on the Farm (11/4): The evening will consist of cocktails, live music & farm tours, followed by a lovely 3-course dinner on the bayou in collaboration with Coco Hut, Pagoda Cafe, Carmo and Windowsill Pies.
New Orleans, Wiggin Out For Willow 2018 (11/9): WIGGIN’ OUT FOR WILLOW 2018 – Throw on your best wig and join us at "The Mansion".
New Orleans, William Monaghan: I - object (11/3 - 2/10): Later, he trained in the studios of architect William Wainwright and Buckminster Fuller and established his artist studio in the Portland Sheet Metal Shop in Somerville, MA.
New Orleans, WSNO Bowl-A-Thon (11/4): This family friendly event will take place on Sunday, November 4th from 4-6pm. WSNO is renting the entire venue and each lane will get a pizza and a pitcher of soda.
New Orleans, Zarouhie Abdalian: Production (11/3 - 2/10): Through sound, sculpture, and site-specific installation, Abdalian presents a body of work that deals with the historical and subjective condition of human labor.
New Roads, River Roux Triathlon (Half Distance) and Rajun Roux (11/10): River Roux triathlon consists of a 1.2-mile swim in False River, 56-mile bike over the John James Audubon Mississippi River Bridge to West Feliciana Parish and a 13.1-mile run. Rajun' Roux is a 1200m
Saint Francisville, Fright Night 2018 (10/27 - 10/28): Join us Saturday October 27th for Feliciana Fright Nights! This will be a fun evening benefiting the West Feliciana Council on Aging.
Saint Francisville, Introduction to Tatting Class (10/27): A short class on a hands on introduction to the art of Tatting. All supplies provided. This will be held at the museum.
Shreveport, 2018 Heroes Run (10/27): SAVE THE DATE for the third annual Brookshire's and Super 1 Foods Heroes Run, featuring a Half Marathon, 5K & Kids 1K. Enjoy an epic route through downtown Shreveport & Bossier City, premium runner sw
Shreveport, 2018 Veterans Day Parade (11/11): Trail Lizard Jeep Club members will be assigned a Military Honoree to escort / drive through the parade route which travels down the State Fair Midway.
Shreveport, 80s Prom Night:Fright for Your Right to Party! (10/27): The 80s are back and it's Halloween! Zombies, prom queens, punk rockers and vampires, it is time to come on down and Fright for Your Right to Party!! Dance all night to live 80s band.
Shreveport, A Very Shreveport Christmas (11/4): Join Simply Chic Shreveport, Sweet Tees Shreveport, Magnolia Creative, and Something Like Olivia for our 2018 holiday tshirt debut.
Shreveport, All Hands 5K Fun Run & Walk (11/3): Please save the date for our inaugural All Hands 5K Fun Run & Walk! We will have food, raffles, activities for the kids and more.
Shreveport, Barbells for Boobs Fundraiser (10/27): Join CFSBC as we are hosting and celebrating our hard work and continue to fundraise for Barbells for boobs. We will be completing the CrossFit workout "Grace" 30 clean and jerks for time @ 135/95.
Shreveport, Bayou Thunders Halloween Party! (10/27): There is a Costume contest and door prizes all night long! Drink Specials and shot specials! So come out and celebrate Melinda's Favorite Holiday! Bar will be decorated great like every other year!
Shreveport, Burnt Offerings: Harvest Feast (11/4): Burnt Offerings: Harvest Feast | November 4th at 5 p.m. in Anderson Hall. What a wonderful opportunity to share your favorite dish AND help our Missions Team raise money!
Shreveport, Collaboration not Competition Pop-up Shop (11/3): Networking is an essential part of building wealth. Success in a business industry is not in finding the right person, but in becoming the right person.
Shreveport, Fall Block Party (10/28): Our Fall Block Party is a CANDY-COATED, FUN-FILLED event you can bring your whole family, your friends, your neighbors, or anyone with you to join in fun & fellowship.
Shreveport, Military Open Gym (11/10): Active and Retired military families are welcome for FREE at Gymboree Shreveport for come-and-go playtime with games and crafts. Our play floor and programs are designed for children 0-5 years old.
Shreveport, Morning Worship Pink Sunday (10/28): Annually we set aside this Sunday to honor those breast cancer survivors in our congregation and community.
Shreveport, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker (11/10): Experience Moscow Ballet’s Dove of Peace Tour, spreading goodwill in over 100 cities across North America this holiday season, and presenting world class performers.
Shreveport, Pups & Pirouettes Calendar Reveal Party (10/27): The "Pups & Pirouettes" calendar will feature beautiful SMB dancers with adorable pups from the Humane Society photographed in iconic Shreveport-Bossier locations.
Shreveport, Remington Fit Market Frenzy (10/27): In addition to the different workouts, we will have many amazing vendors to shop from! Come prepared for a fun and refreshing day full of fitness and shopping!
Shreveport, Spirit Gallery in Shreveport! (10/26): Join psychic medium John Cappello for an evening with Spirit and the demonstration of the continuity of life.
Shreveport, The 7th Annual Aseana Fall Festival (10/27): The ASEANA Foundation proudly presents the 7th Annual Fall Festival featuring the Diwali Festival of Lights and Asian Street Food! ADMISSION IS FREE! Food vendors and exhibits will be open at 4:30 PM.
Shreveport, The Table (11/2): The Hub’s annual fundraiser this year is centered around thankfulness and we want to gather together to celebrate all that God has done through The Hub in 2018!
Shreveport, West Side Story (11/9): A musical in which a modern day Romeo and Juliet are involved in New York street gangs. On the harsh streets of the upper west side, two gangs battle for control of the turf.
Slidell, AUMC 2018 Trunk or Treat (10/28): Join us for our Annual Trunk or Treat! All activities are FREE, food is available for sale. Be sure to visit all of our spooky trunks, play some tricky games.
Slidell, Bunco Night (10/26): Raffle Tickets available! Prizes include Kendra Scott Jewelry, Golf Packages, & Cajun Cooking Baskets. Proceeds benefit Vista Shores Walk to End Alzheimer's
Slidell, Exploration Day! St. Louis Cemetery (10/27): Show your respects to this eerily beautiful landmark while learning about the history and residents of the oldest resting place in New Orleans. Halloween is all about spooky fun.
Slidell, Sweet Giving (11/2): Stop by before school to drop off non-perishable food items and receive a bag of donut holes for each student in your vehicle.
Slidell, The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf (11/2 - 11/11): Local Sheriff Fogey and Deputy Doux have brought The Big Bad Wolf to justice for crimes against the residents of Fairy Tale Land.
Slidell, Veterans Day Celebration (11/11): Come help us honor and celebrate all Veteran's. We will be providing free hamburgers/hot dogs and entertainment. Open to the public.
Sulphur, Silver Spur Riders Club (11/10): Open All-breed Horse Show, Judged English, Halter, Color, Showmanship and Western Classes for all ages. Youth Barrels, Poles and Stakes.
Sulphur, Smurfs Den Halloween party (10/27): It's gonna be a fun filled evening wth great music creating a great party atmosphere.
Westwego, Shear Madness (9/21 - 10/28): It’s a day like any other at the Shear Madness salon, when suddenly, the lady upstairs gets knocked off. WHOdunit?