For the fifth year in a row local beer connoisseurs will have the chance to support the arts and taste a variety of locally brewed beverages in a new location.
Jessica Slaughter, NCLAC executive director, said ARToberfest is a beer-tasting fundraiser.
“We bring together regional home brewers, commercial beers and great music for a night of good company with a good purpose,” she said. “The last few years the event has grown and sold out our venue, so this year we’ve moved to the Norton Building, where we’ll be able to have more guests.”
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Fifty-two ladies recently discovered that Ruston is more than just peaches.
The Ruston Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau recently welcomed a group tour from South Louisiana. The tour was organized by Janice Fontenot, activity coordinator for the Ville Platte Council on Aging.
Throughout the year the Ville Platte Council on Aging, in conjunction with the St. Landry Parish Council on Aging, plan group tours for those who participated in the Council on Aging program. The trips are designed to be fun and engaging to keep those who attend vibrant and active in their retirement.
Louisiana Tech University will play a role in the future of commercial unmanned aircraft research and development as part of a national team of leading universities that comprise the Federal Aviation Administration’s Center of Excellence for Unmanned Aircraft Systems.