a guide to festivals around the state may-june

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Northern Louisiana

May 1-2. Crawfish Craze 5-D Barrel Run. Ike Hamilton Expo Center, Monroe (318)388-5858.

May 1-2. Webster Parish Trade Days. Woods Convention Center, Minden (318)518-4176.

May 8. Minden Cruisin’ for a Cure Car Show benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Center. Minden Fairgrounds, Minden (318)423-0192.

Through May 14. 13th Annual ULM Student Juried Art Exhibition. Bry Art Gallery, Monroe (318)329-2237.

May 15. Annual Trails & Trellises
Garden Tours. Minden (318)371-2586.

May 15. Shreveport Symphony Presents “A Keyboard Extravaganza.” First Baptist Church of Shreveport (318)227-8863.

May 20. 5th Annual Veteran’s Job Fair. Bossier Civic Center, Bossier (318)
741-7366.

Through May 30. Uniquely Louisiana Artists – Second Northwest Louisiana Artists’ Triennial Competition.

Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College, Shreveport (318)329-2237.

June 5. Heflin Sawmill Festival.

Heflin (318) 371-7766.

Central Louisiana

Apr. 24-July 31. Cane River Green Market. Downtown Historic District Riverbank, Natchitoches (866)941-6246.

Apr. 30-May 2. Mayfest. Annual arts & crafts festival sponsored by Vernon Arts Council, Leesville Historical District, Leesville (337)238-0783.

May 1. Heritage Day. The Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Longleaf (318)748-8404.

May 7-July 3. “LSUA Faculty & Friends Invitational Exhibit,” “Photographers Guild,” “LSUA Student Art Exhibit.”

Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria (318)443-3458.

May 14. Annual Chamber Golf Scramble & Fish Fry. Natchitoches Country Club, Natchitoches, chamberinfo@natchitoches.com.

May 22. Alive After 5. Downtown Natchitoches (866)941-6246.

May 29. Fleur de Lis Arts & Crafts Show. Natchitoches Event Center (800)259-1714.

June 12. Alive After 5. Downtown Natchitoches (866)941-6246.

June 12-13. Melrose Arts & Crafts Festival. Melrose Plantation, Melrose (800)259-1714.

July 2. USO Show. The Southern
Forest Heritage Museum, Longleaf (318)748-8404.

July 3. Libertyfest. The Southern Forest Heritage Museum, Longleaf (318)748-8404.

baton rouge/plantation country

May 1. Pops at Hemingbough. Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, Baton Rouge (225)383-0500 ext. 100.

May 1-2. FestForAll. Old State Capitol and Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge (225)344-8558.

May 8. Nature Sunday. Audubon
State Historic Site, St. Francisville
(225) 635-3739.

May 9. Old West Florida: “Fathers of the Revolution.” Audubon State Historic site, St. Francisville (225) 635-3739.

May 14. Black Bear Conservation Coalition. 20th Anniversary Celebration, Hemingbough, St. Francisville
(832)788-2938.

May 15. Community Market Day. Parker Park, St. Francisville (225)635-3556 or (225)635-3873.

May 15. Lost Arts Saturday. Rosedown Plantation, St. Francisville (225)635-3332.

May 15. St. Francisville Spring Garden Stroll. Town Hall, St. Francisville.

May 15. Tea and Sensibility. Audubon State Historic site, St. Francisville (225) 635-3739.

May 29-30. West Feliciana Memorial Weekend Cycling Classic. West Feliciana Sports Park (225)634-7539.

June 11-13. The Day the War Stopped. Events at Grace Church, Main Street, Oakley Plantation, Rosedown Plantation; St. Francisville (225)635-3873 or (225)635-4224.

June 12. Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival. Manship Theatre, Downtown Baton Rouge www.manshiptheatre.org.
 

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