The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is pleased to bring a new film series to Ruston.
NCLAC is partnering with South Arts this year, to present the Southern Circuit of Independent Filmmakers, and our first film, “Agents of Change,” will be screened at 7 p.m. on Sept. 15 at the Dixie Center for the Arts.
With only a $5 general admission ticket price, $3 for students, this is a fantastic way to see some of the most thought-provoking and intriguing independent films being made today.
On Sept. 9, Louisiana artist Melanie Fitzgerald Douthit will be presenting her paintings in a show titled, “True Colors,” at Crescent City Coffee House. The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is pleased to partner with Crescent City Coffee to represent Douthit this September. The opening reception will be held from 2-4 p.m. Sept. 9, but her work will continue to hang in the coffeehouse until Nov. 26.
The Caney Lake Good Sammers headed west to Texarkana, Texas, to the Shady Pines RV Park on July 22-25. The first night everyone gathered at the local Dairy Queen, looking forward to hamburgers and everyone’s favorite, “ice cream.”
Sad to say, the ice cream machine was broken so we all trekked to the Sonic next door for a variety of their delicious treats.
Shady Pines is always decorated for special occasions and this month was no exception. Fourth of July decorations were still abundant and colorful.