Lifetimes: July/August

A Guide to Events Around the State

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Northern

July 4
KTBS-3 Independence Day Festival
Riverview Park, Shreveport
(318) 861-5800

July 7
Louisiana Spartans (minor leqgue profootball) v. Oklahoma City Diamondbacks
6115 E. Kings Hwy. Shreveport
(318) 218-0388

July 14
Saline Watermelon Festival
(318) 576-3654

July 21
Quota Club’s Icing on the Cake Competition
6220 E. Texas St., Bossier City
(318) 780-7615

July 26-28
49th Annual Louisiana Watermelon Festival
100 E. Bayou St., Farmerville
(318) 368-0044

July 28
Louisiana Spartans v. Tennessee Hurricanes
6115 E. Kings Hwy., Shreveport
(318) 218-0388

Aug 18
Antique Tractor Pull
165 Fairgrounds Rd., Ruston
(318) 243-4941

Central

July 4
Celebration on the Cane-Independence Day
781 Front St., Natchitoches
(800) 259-1714

July 4
Louisiana Mud Fest.
12220-B Hwy. 8, Colfax
(318) 729- 3237

July 20-21
Natchitoches/ NSU Folk Festival
Northwestern State University, Natchitoches
(800) 259-1714

Aug 31-Sept 1
Cane River Zydeco Festival & Poker Run
781 Front St., Natchitoches
(800) 259-1714

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