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Guys and Dolls – Holy Savior Menard Theatre Arts

April 15th - 19th

Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center
1202 Third Street
Alexandria, LA

Holy Savior Menard Theatre Arts presents Guys and Dolls!  Join the talented students of Menard’s theatre department and director Cherise Rino for their production of this classic Broadway musical April 15-19 at Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center.  There will be five performances, including showings Wednesday through Saturday at 7 PM and a Sunday matinee at 2 PM.

Tickets are $12.00 pre-sale and will be $15.00 at the door.


U.S. Air Force Musicians to perform in Alexandria

Thursday, April 16th ~ 6:00PM

Alexandria Riverfront Amphitheater

The performance is family-friendly and open to the public.

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Saturday April 18th

Alexandria Zoological Park
3016 Masonic Drive
Alexandria, LA

Discover more about the environment, wildlife, and our natural resources at this mini earth fest. Learn how to make every day Earth Day with booths, animal encounters, live entertainment, fun games, and educational crafts.

Regular Zoo Admission Rates Apply

Jazz on the River

Alexandria Amphitheater
Alexandria, LA

Jazz on the River is a free outdoor community jazz concert featuring the COLE BROTHERS Reunion Band, BOBBY RHODES and the Ministry of Jazz and the Bontempian Big Band. Special VIP tables of 10 available for $250.00

Free & open to the public /VIP reserved tables of 10 $250.00
Julie (318) 442-9546

Kisatchie National Forest Quarter Launch & Coin Exchange

April 22nd

Alexandria Riverfront Center
707 Second Street
Alexandria, LA

Commemorating the release of the 2015 Kisatchie National Forest quarter, the 27th coin to be released in the United States Mint America the Beautiful Quarters Program.

coin exchange begins immediately following the quarter launch event 

one-roll ($10) minimum * 10-roll ($100) maximum

Holi Fest 2015

Saturday May 16th

At Tamp & Grind

A 4K Walk, Jog, Run

To Benefit CASA

For More Info Click Here !

Alexandria Amphitheatre

Music Starts 11a

Admission Is Free!





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Central Louisiana saw some of the worst flooding we’ve seen in years yesterday as for hours the clouds just opened up. A foot of water in the roads in many areas of town was the norm. In some cases there was a lot more.


The Rapides Parish Police Jury has voted unanimously to renew its contract with the Acadian Ambulance service  through Oct. 31, 2019.


The chairwoman of the Louisiana House Transportation Committee said Thursday that she is sponsoring a one-cent state sales tax hike for roads and bridges that would raise $675 million per year.


The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Department is calling Thursday morning’s shooting of a deputy directing traffic at a school crossing, an ambush.


With lawmakers facing a one-point-six billion dollar budget deficit, Governor Bobby Jindal stands behind his efforts to cut government spending instead of raising taxes.


The state House and Senate did not meet Thursday and they are off today as well, but that’s not stopping the debate over a so-called religious freedom bill.


Louisiana’s health advocacy groups see an opportunity this legislative session to get a long-sought cigarette tax hike in a state that has one of the lowest tobacco taxes in the country.


The number of Formosan subterranean termites are rising in Louisiana and homeowners should take precautions against them.


The LSU football team completes spring practice on Saturday with the annual spring game.


Louisiana Tech will hold its spring game on Saturday.

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