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7pm July 4th


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FOTAZ Feeding Frenzy

July 11th

Alexandria Zoological Park
Dine al fresco with the animals at the annual Friends of the Alexandria Zoo event exclusive for FOTAZ Members. View the Zoo before it's open to visitors! Enjoy a continental breakfast under the cool sails of the Festival Plaza Tour the Zoo and watch zookeepers feed the animals Visit with docents and learn fun facts about the animals Receive one free train ticket per person Free for current FOTAZ Members.

FOTAZ Membership Cards and Photo IDs will be checked at the gate. Only individuals included on your membership card may attend.

July 11th
Alexandria Museum of Art
10:00AM - 2:00PM
Free admission to AMoA every Second Saturday with arts activities for kids, live music, art exhibitions, and original local art in out gift shop.  There's always something to explore!


July 17th
Hotel Bentley
6:30PM - 9:30PM
The Friends of the Louisiana National Guard Museums, Inc., would like to invite members of the community to a cocktail reception and exclusive preview of the Louisiana Maneuvers of World War II Exhibit at the Hotel Bentley. This event will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Louisiana Maneuvers...


July 17th
Alexandria Mall Center Court
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Dinner and a Mall Movie Contact: 318-448-0227 Venue: Alexandria Mall Center Court Free movie showings on the big screen at Center Court. Bring the family for special food court meal deals 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Dine during the movie as tables are provided at Center Court or bring a blanket for picnic...

The Exonerated

July 24th & 25th

Lagniappe Theatre Space in the Alexandria Mall (between Sears and Bed, Bath & Beyond)
3437 Masonic Drive
Alexandria, LA 71301
United States

A play by Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank. The true stories of six wrongly convicted Death Row inmates, and their journeys of innocence, injustice, and redemption.

$16 regular admission, $13 seniors 55 and up, $11 children 12 and under and for groups of 10 or more
(318) 487-8243

July 25th
Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center
Shows begin at 10:30 AM, 1:30 PM, and 7:00 PM on Friday, July 24 and at 1 PM on Saturday, July 25
Disney’s musical Beauty and the Beast, Jr.  Performances are July 24 and 25 at Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center in downtown Alexandria’s Cultural Arts District. 

National Night Out Block Parties

August 4th

Alexandria Garden District
Alexandria, LA
6:00PM - 9:00PM

National Night Out is being held on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, an annual nationwide event designed to strengthen relationships in your neighborhoods, raise crime prevention awareness, and continue relationships with public safety officials and between neighbors.








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The announcement of Army cuts that could significantly affect Fort Polk and the surrounding communities is expected Thursday.


An annual statewide survey from LSU finds that consumer confidence has fallen below the national average for the first time in recent years.


Governor Bobby Jindal signed into law a bill that allows gun safety education to be taught in elementary public schools.


Same-sex couples who want to change their last name on their driver’s license to reflect the same name as their spouse can do so starting today.


State Police and the Office of Motor Vehicles are getting the word out that you can renew your driver’s license every six years instead of four.


The State Department of Agriculture has been put in charge of establishing the regulations for the legal dispensing of medical marijuana and Ag Commissioner Mike Strain says one of the big questions is how much they will need.


An agreement between the United States and Iran over that country’s nuclear program will likely lead to another downturn in oil prices.


If Louisiana Senator David Vitter is successful in his bid for governor, Lafayette Representative Charles Boustany says he is prepping a campaign to seek Vitter’s seat.


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A 36-year-old man faces vehicular homicide charges after the utility terrain vehicle he was driving flipped over and killed a 12-year-old passenger.


The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating an apparent accidental shooting which claimed the life of an unidentified woman.


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