NOTICE:
Phase Two of lifting the Stay At Home Order will go into effect on Friday, June 5th.  We still ask that you practice social distancing, wear a mask to protect yourself and others, and maintain personal hygiene. People who are at a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 should still stay at home unless they are traveling outside of the home for an essential activity, like obtaining food, medicine or medical care. For businesses that are open, please visit our list here.

Full details of the Phase Two Reopening can be found here.
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Jul
7
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time @ Logan Mansion
Jul 7 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time

Hosted by Logan Mansion

A true Victorian experience -Tuesday Tea Time at the iconic Logan Mansion located at 725 Austen Place, Shreveport. Can one imagine a better way to spend an afternoon than with your friends, co-workers or social groups enjoying a light back drop of classical music, tea served by our staff along with authentic Victorian tea cakes, finger sandwiches and other special sweet delights?
Tea Time Tuesday will be limited to group reservations of 20 or fewer or individual reservations with maximum capacity limit of 20 to insure space for social distancing.
Our events sell out fast, so reserve now.
Mansion tours will also be available upon request.
$15.00 per person all inclusive.
All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation efforts of the Logan Mansion.
Call 318 210 1007 for reservations or send an email to proprietor@loganmansion.com. Payments can be made in cash at the door or via PayPal. Reservations are required in advance.
Need a customized Tea Party event? We can do that too with any theme.

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Summer Film Camp: Wizarding @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 7 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding

Fan favorite Wizarding Camp is back! Hop aboard the Hogwart’s Express and produce your own wizarding film and cast a spell of movie magic. Open to those who have completed grades 3-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event and fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay the REGISTRATION FEE FOR WIZARDING CAMP. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Jul
8
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding

Fan favorite Wizarding Camp is back! Hop aboard the Hogwart’s Express and produce your own wizarding film and cast a spell of movie magic. Open to those who have completed grades 3-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event and fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay the REGISTRATION FEE FOR WIZARDING CAMP. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Jul
9
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 9 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding

Fan favorite Wizarding Camp is back! Hop aboard the Hogwart’s Express and produce your own wizarding film and cast a spell of movie magic. Open to those who have completed grades 3-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event and fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay the REGISTRATION FEE FOR WIZARDING CAMP. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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North LA STEM Alliance Monthly Meeting (VIRTUAL) @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Jul 9 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Monthly Meeting (VIRTUAL, open to public)

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The monthly meeting brings diverse stakeholders from North Louisiana together to discuss trends in STEM education, news from STEM Learning Ecosystems Global, collaborative projects, progress & evaluation metrics. Members are encouraged to present a brief “member spotlight” and there is time allocated after the meeting (5-5:30) for informal networking.

About us: The North Louisiana STEM Alliance is a community of practice recognized by the STEM Funder’s Network STEM Learning Ecosystems (www.stemecosystems.org). Sci-Port Discovery Center is the host organization with Heather Kleiner, Ph.D. as the leader. Our Goal: is to coordinate efforts of diverse stakeholders in North Louisiana to provide high quality Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, including the arts, to all youth PK-16 regardless of zip code.

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Jul
10
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 10 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 10 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 10 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Wizarding

Fan favorite Wizarding Camp is back! Hop aboard the Hogwart’s Express and produce your own wizarding film and cast a spell of movie magic. Open to those who have completed grades 3-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event and fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay the REGISTRATION FEE FOR WIZARDING CAMP. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Artipsy Birthday Paint Party @ Artipsy Wine & Arts Bar
Jul 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Artipsy Birthday Paint Party

Hosted by Artipsy

It’s your birthday It’s your birthday!!! Celebrate your birthday year Artipsy style.

Artipsy Birthday Paint Party!! Join us at Artipsy as we paint “Birthday Things” This event is 21 and up. Bring Valid ID. Come experience painting with some sippin and a chill vibe. So get ready to express yourself through paint.

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases.

If wanting a different date besides “1982” please email artipsystudio@gmail.com

**PURCHASE 6 or more TICKETS together to guarantee group seating.** SINGLE SEATS and ALL OTHER SEATING is general seating based on first come preference. Paint stations and seating will not be moved around for group seating upon arrival. ( Limited paint session capacity. Social distancing for all seating)

PAINTING instruction starts promptly at 7:00pm. Studio doors will open at 6:30 to get desired seating.

No outside drinks. Signature Cocktails and wine can be purchased from the bar. No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

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Jul
11
Sat
Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Jul 11 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 11 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 11 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Jul
12
Sun
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Jul 12 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

IMAX Opens April 6 to members and April 7th to public!

Shreveport, LA – The IMAX Dome Theater at Sci-Port Discovery Center will re-open on Friday, April 6th to members and Saturday, April 7th to the public. The IMAX at Sci-Port is the only IMAX Dome Theater in the state of Louisiana. Tickets are $12 per person, ages 3 and up. Members whose memberships included free IMAX tickets will be admitted free with proof of membership. To check on membership, please email membership@sciport.org.

The new IMAX movie, “Pandas,” will be showing, along with “Journey to the South Pacific.” “Pandas” is a documentary, being released April 6th, about a researcher who bonds with captive-born baby pandas about to be released into the wild. “Journey to the South Pacific” takes viewers on an underwater journey to the remote tropical islands of West Papua, where whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and other creatures represent a lush marine ecosystem.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday-Saturday (except for the week of April 6th and 7th, which will open on Friday)

  • 10:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 11:00 – Pandas
  • 12:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 1:00 – Pandas
  • 2:15 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 3:30 – Pandas

Sunday

  • 12:30 – Pandas
  • 1:30 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 2:30 – Pandas
  • 3:30 – Journey to the South Pacific

Ticket reservations may be made at reservations@sci-port.org. Discounts are available for school groups on request. Tickets also available at the door, credit and debit cards only, no cash.
Hours for IMAX starting April 12th will be Thursday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 12-5. The Power of Play (POP) exhibit continues to be open Thursday through Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5.

For more information, check Sci-Port Discovery Center’s Facebook page for updates.

Shreveport Water Works Museum @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 12 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SWWM

Come see our 130-year-old Victorian treasure! The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

Ask for Kevin to be your tour guide and show you the wonders that engineers working with pencil, paper and slide rule 100 years ago were able to accomplish. This is a go-not-miss while in Shreveport!

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK AND A NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LANDMARK

The Shreveport Water Works Museum is free and open to the public, but DONATIONS are happily accepted. Though the Museum belongs to the City of Shreveport, the Museum Friends, the McNeill Street Pumping Station Preservation Society (We know. Long name.) is responsible for paying employees and other costs of keeping it open. Every little bit helps us. Thank you!

Jul
14
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time @ Logan Mansion
Jul 14 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time

Hosted by Logan Mansion

A true Victorian experience -Tuesday Tea Time at the iconic Logan Mansion located at 725 Austen Place, Shreveport. Can one imagine a better way to spend an afternoon than with your friends, co-workers or social groups enjoying a light back drop of classical music, tea served by our staff along with authentic Victorian tea cakes, finger sandwiches and other special sweet delights?
Tea Time Tuesday will be limited to group reservations of 20 or fewer or individual reservations with maximum capacity limit of 20 to insure space for social distancing.
Our events sell out fast, so reserve now.
Mansion tours will also be available upon request.
$15.00 per person all inclusive.
All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation efforts of the Logan Mansion.
Call 318 210 1007 for reservations or send an email to proprietor@loganmansion.com. Payments can be made in cash at the door or via PayPal. Reservations are required in advance.
Need a customized Tea Party event? We can do that too with any theme.

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Jul
15
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 15 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 15 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Jul
16
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 16 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 16 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Jul
17
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 17 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 17 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Jul
18
Sat
Christmas in July Shop Local Extravaganza @ Shreve Towne Studio 512
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Christmas in July Shop Local Extravaganza

Christmas comes early to bring a little joy to our lives during this stressful time. It’s also a way to support your local artists and artisans who have likely been hit harder financially than others. Start your holiday shopping early and enjoy some Christmas cheer in July! Don’t worry, it’s air conditioned!!

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Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Artipsy Ladies Night Paint Party @ Artipsy Wine & Arts Bar
Jul 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Artipsy Ladies Night Paint Party

Hosted by Artipsy

It’s Ladies Night and it’s definitely a vibe! Join us at Artipsy as we paint “Focused” This event is 21 and up. Bring Valid ID. Join us for a Ladies Night paint and sip session. Come experience painting with a little sippin and a chill vibe. So get ready to express yourself through paint while!!

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases.

**PURCHASE 6 or more TICKETS together to guarantee group seating.**

SINGLE SEATS and ALL OTHER SEATING is general seating based on first come preference. Please arrive early to get desired seating. Paint stations and seating will not be moved around for group seating upon arrival.

PAINTING instruction starts promptly at 7:00pm. Studio doors will open at 6:30 to get desired seating.

No outside drinks. Signature Cocktails and wine can be purchased from the bar.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

No photo description available.

Jul
19
Sun
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Jul 19 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

IMAX Opens April 6 to members and April 7th to public!

Shreveport, LA – The IMAX Dome Theater at Sci-Port Discovery Center will re-open on Friday, April 6th to members and Saturday, April 7th to the public. The IMAX at Sci-Port is the only IMAX Dome Theater in the state of Louisiana. Tickets are $12 per person, ages 3 and up. Members whose memberships included free IMAX tickets will be admitted free with proof of membership. To check on membership, please email membership@sciport.org.

The new IMAX movie, “Pandas,” will be showing, along with “Journey to the South Pacific.” “Pandas” is a documentary, being released April 6th, about a researcher who bonds with captive-born baby pandas about to be released into the wild. “Journey to the South Pacific” takes viewers on an underwater journey to the remote tropical islands of West Papua, where whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and other creatures represent a lush marine ecosystem.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday-Saturday (except for the week of April 6th and 7th, which will open on Friday)

  • 10:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 11:00 – Pandas
  • 12:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 1:00 – Pandas
  • 2:15 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 3:30 – Pandas

Sunday

  • 12:30 – Pandas
  • 1:30 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 2:30 – Pandas
  • 3:30 – Journey to the South Pacific

Ticket reservations may be made at reservations@sci-port.org. Discounts are available for school groups on request. Tickets also available at the door, credit and debit cards only, no cash.
Hours for IMAX starting April 12th will be Thursday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 12-5. The Power of Play (POP) exhibit continues to be open Thursday through Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5.

For more information, check Sci-Port Discovery Center’s Facebook page for updates.

Shreveport Water Works Museum @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SWWM

Come see our 130-year-old Victorian treasure! The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

Ask for Kevin to be your tour guide and show you the wonders that engineers working with pencil, paper and slide rule 100 years ago were able to accomplish. This is a go-not-miss while in Shreveport!

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK AND A NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LANDMARK

The Shreveport Water Works Museum is free and open to the public, but DONATIONS are happily accepted. Though the Museum belongs to the City of Shreveport, the Museum Friends, the McNeill Street Pumping Station Preservation Society (We know. Long name.) is responsible for paying employees and other costs of keeping it open. Every little bit helps us. Thank you!

Sunday Jam Session @ Red River Brewing Company
Jul 19 @ 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Sunday Jam Session

Who’s ready to kick off our 2020 round of Sunday Jam?? All musicians of all ages welcome. Bring your instruments and talent and we’ll cover the rest! Every 3rd Sunday (holidays permitting) from 3-8PM. This is one of our most popular events. Don’t wanna play solo? We always have a host band who is more than happy to accompany you on stage!

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Jul
20
Mon
Summer Film Camp: Suspense @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 20 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Suspense

Learn the art of edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. (He’ll be there in spirit.) Conquer techniques in special effects, cinematography, acting, and storytelling that will take your filmmaking skills from killer to thriller. Open to students who have completed grades 6-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event to fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay SUSPENSE CAMP REGISTRATION FEE. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Jul
21
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 21 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time @ Logan Mansion
Jul 21 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Mansion Tuesday Tea Time

Hosted by Logan Mansion

A true Victorian experience -Tuesday Tea Time at the iconic Logan Mansion located at 725 Austen Place, Shreveport. Can one imagine a better way to spend an afternoon than with your friends, co-workers or social groups enjoying a light back drop of classical music, tea served by our staff along with authentic Victorian tea cakes, finger sandwiches and other special sweet delights?
Tea Time Tuesday will be limited to group reservations of 20 or fewer or individual reservations with maximum capacity limit of 20 to insure space for social distancing.
Our events sell out fast, so reserve now.
Mansion tours will also be available upon request.
$15.00 per person all inclusive.
All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation efforts of the Logan Mansion.
Call 318 210 1007 for reservations or send an email to proprietor@loganmansion.com. Payments can be made in cash at the door or via PayPal. Reservations are required in advance.
Need a customized Tea Party event? We can do that too with any theme.

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Summer Film Camp: Suspense @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 21 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Suspense

Learn the art of edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. (He’ll be there in spirit.) Conquer techniques in special effects, cinematography, acting, and storytelling that will take your filmmaking skills from killer to thriller. Open to students who have completed grades 6-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event to fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay SUSPENSE CAMP REGISTRATION FEE. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Jul
22
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Suspense @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 22 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Suspense

Learn the art of edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. (He’ll be there in spirit.) Conquer techniques in special effects, cinematography, acting, and storytelling that will take your filmmaking skills from killer to thriller. Open to students who have completed grades 6-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event to fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay SUSPENSE CAMP REGISTRATION FEE. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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DDA Board Meeting @ Shreveport DDA
Jul 22 @ 3:30 pm
DDA Board Meeting @ Shreveport DDA | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

The DDA Board of Directors meets at 3:30 pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month* in the DDA Board Room, 416 Cotton Street, Shreveport, LA 71101.** If you would like to attend a meeting as a member of the public or press, please email dda@downtownshreveport.com.

DDA Board Meeting (Virtual)
To join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:
https://www.gotomeet.me/DDAShreveport/dda-board-meeting-virtual

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (224) 501-3412

Access Code: 216-799-773

DDA Mission Statement:

To actively pursue, support, facilitate, and welcome initiatives that aid and encourage private development, and promote and coordinate public development within the Downtown Development District of Shreveport, Louisiana.

Downtown Shreveport is the area’s premiere location for commerce, culture, and public celebration.  Home to 14,000 workers, the district is the center of technology, banking, law, government, gaming, and the arts.  Unique festivals, special events, musical entertainment, museums, parks, historic architecture, and the Red River combine to make Downtown Shreveport a special place to live, work, and play.

*Unless otherwise noted.
** Public Notice: Notice is hereby given that the Downtown Development Authority shall hold its Regular Board Meeting on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at 3:00 P.M. The meeting will be held via video/telephone conference.

Public comments may be submitted by emailing them liz@downtownshreveport.com.  Public comments submitted before 12:00 P.M. on June 24, 2020 will be read aloud during the public comment period of the meeting.  Written public comments shall be limited to three (3) minutes of read time.

CERTIFICATION OF INABILITY TO OPERATE DUE TO LACK OF QUORUM

In accordance with Executive Proclamations JBE 2020-30 and 2020-33, issued by Governor John Bel Edwards on March 16, 2020 and March 22, 2020, respectively, this notice shall serve as a certification of the Downtown Development Authority’s inability to otherwise operate in accordance with the Louisiana Open Meetings Law due to a lack of a quorum as a result of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Pursuant to Section 4 of JBE 2020-30, the DDA of Shreveport will provide for attendance at its next meeting, which is an essential governmental meeting, on April 22, 2020, via video/telephone conference.

Considering the foregoing, and in accordance with Proclamation Numbers JBE 2020-30 and JBE 2020-33, the DDA will allow input by members of the public, as set forth in this Notice via email comments based on agenda items and other concerns received prior to noon on June 24.

For digital access to DDA minutes, please click here.

Current meeting agenda and more about the DDA…

Jul
23
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Suspense @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 23 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Suspense

Learn the art of edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. (He’ll be there in spirit.) Conquer techniques in special effects, cinematography, acting, and storytelling that will take your filmmaking skills from killer to thriller. Open to students who have completed grades 6-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event to fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay SUSPENSE CAMP REGISTRATION FEE. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events @ Logan Mansion
Jul 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events

Hosted by Logan Mansion

We are offering an exceptional Victorian Tea experience in one of the last remaining iconic Mansions built in 1897 right here in Shreveport.
One of the coolest treasures in downtown to be cherished and enjoyed by all.
Come and visit the Mansion and have a traditional Cream Tea experience with us starting on Thursday, July 23 through the remainder of August.
$15 PP, we prefer to be paid in advance on PayPal to hold the reservation. Proprietor@loganmansion.com or send a message on facebook.

We will have these intimate Tea Time events on Tuesday at noon to two and Thursday from two to four.

Historical tour of the Mansion available upon request.

Due to Covid-19, we are currently limited to a total of 20 guests. We follow all regulations, Staff wears masks and gloves replaced any time an object or food is touched. Your safety and the safety of our staff is utmost to us. Don’t forget, the Logan Mansion survived a few epidemics in the past. We don’t want a repeat.

Please call to arrange for a private tea party for your groups or parties. We have a full range of tea party edibles and libations we can offer to enhance any themed party event and bring to the next level.

What is a Cream Tea? Glad you asked…..You will have an unlimited fill of tea that includes many varieties, a homemade scone with incredible jam and curdled cream. Everything that is served is made fresh and from organic sources.
Since we can not all be in Europe right now for high tea, this is the closest we can get to a tea tradition, then throw in the Mansion and it is an over the top experience.

All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation of the Historic Logan Mansion in the coolest part of downtown Shreveport.

Thank you for your support!

Jul
24
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 24 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Summer Film Camp: Suspense @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Summer Film Camp: Suspense

Learn the art of edge-of-your-seat filmmaking from the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. (He’ll be there in spirit.) Conquer techniques in special effects, cinematography, acting, and storytelling that will take your filmmaking skills from killer to thriller. Open to students who have completed grades 6-12. Camp is held 1-5 p.m. daily at Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas Street in Shreveport.

DIRECTIONS: Online registration includes two steps. First, click the ticket link in this event to fill out the form to register your child/children. When you have completed the form, click SUBMIT and you will be directed to pay SUSPENSE CAMP REGISTRATION FEE. Registration is not complete until the camp fee has been paid. The camp fee is $185 per child ($150, RFC members).

We will be following all protocols set by the state regarding Covid-19. Please feel free to reach out to our Education Director Rachael Hansil at rhansil@robinsonfilmcenter.org or 318.459.4112 if you have any questions.

* Cancellations must be made at least 15 days in advance of camp date. No refunds after cutoff date.

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Jul
25
Sat
Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Jul 25 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Jul
26
Sun
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Jul 26 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

IMAX Opens April 6 to members and April 7th to public!

Shreveport, LA – The IMAX Dome Theater at Sci-Port Discovery Center will re-open on Friday, April 6th to members and Saturday, April 7th to the public. The IMAX at Sci-Port is the only IMAX Dome Theater in the state of Louisiana. Tickets are $12 per person, ages 3 and up. Members whose memberships included free IMAX tickets will be admitted free with proof of membership. To check on membership, please email membership@sciport.org.

The new IMAX movie, “Pandas,” will be showing, along with “Journey to the South Pacific.” “Pandas” is a documentary, being released April 6th, about a researcher who bonds with captive-born baby pandas about to be released into the wild. “Journey to the South Pacific” takes viewers on an underwater journey to the remote tropical islands of West Papua, where whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and other creatures represent a lush marine ecosystem.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday-Saturday (except for the week of April 6th and 7th, which will open on Friday)

  • 10:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 11:00 – Pandas
  • 12:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 1:00 – Pandas
  • 2:15 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 3:30 – Pandas

Sunday

  • 12:30 – Pandas
  • 1:30 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 2:30 – Pandas
  • 3:30 – Journey to the South Pacific

Ticket reservations may be made at reservations@sci-port.org. Discounts are available for school groups on request. Tickets also available at the door, credit and debit cards only, no cash.
Hours for IMAX starting April 12th will be Thursday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 12-5. The Power of Play (POP) exhibit continues to be open Thursday through Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5.

For more information, check Sci-Port Discovery Center’s Facebook page for updates.

Shreveport Water Works Museum @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 26 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SWWM

Come see our 130-year-old Victorian treasure! The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

Ask for Kevin to be your tour guide and show you the wonders that engineers working with pencil, paper and slide rule 100 years ago were able to accomplish. This is a go-not-miss while in Shreveport!

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK AND A NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LANDMARK

The Shreveport Water Works Museum is free and open to the public, but DONATIONS are happily accepted. Though the Museum belongs to the City of Shreveport, the Museum Friends, the McNeill Street Pumping Station Preservation Society (We know. Long name.) is responsible for paying employees and other costs of keeping it open. Every little bit helps us. Thank you!

Jul
27
Mon
Artipsy Trap & Paint @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 27 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Artipsy Trap & Paint

Hosted by Artipsy

Artipsy Trap & Paint is going down Saturday, July 25th. Join us for a paint and sip session feat Trap music

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases. Come ready to vibe, paint, and party!!

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Painting will start at 7PM and end promptly at 9pm. Seating at Artipsy is open and is first come first served. If coming with a group with 5 or more people please email us at artipsystudio@gmail.com once everyone has purchased their tickets. If you show up with a group after the session has started sitting together is not guaranteed. Seats will already by filled and you will have to fill in the remainder of the seating.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

No photo description available.

Jul
28
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 28 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Artipsy Trap & Paint @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 28 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Artipsy Trap & Paint

Hosted by Artipsy

Artipsy Trap & Paint is going down Saturday, July 25th. Join us for a paint and sip session feat Trap music

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases. Come ready to vibe, paint, and party!!

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Painting will start at 7PM and end promptly at 9pm. Seating at Artipsy is open and is first come first served. If coming with a group with 5 or more people please email us at artipsystudio@gmail.com once everyone has purchased their tickets. If you show up with a group after the session has started sitting together is not guaranteed. Seats will already by filled and you will have to fill in the remainder of the seating.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

No photo description available.

Jul
29
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 29 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Artipsy Trap & Paint @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 29 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Artipsy Trap & Paint

Hosted by Artipsy

Artipsy Trap & Paint is going down Saturday, July 25th. Join us for a paint and sip session feat Trap music

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases. Come ready to vibe, paint, and party!!

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Painting will start at 7PM and end promptly at 9pm. Seating at Artipsy is open and is first come first served. If coming with a group with 5 or more people please email us at artipsystudio@gmail.com once everyone has purchased their tickets. If you show up with a group after the session has started sitting together is not guaranteed. Seats will already by filled and you will have to fill in the remainder of the seating.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

No photo description available.

Jul
30
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Artipsy Trap & Paint @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 30 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Artipsy Trap & Paint

Hosted by Artipsy

Artipsy Trap & Paint is going down Saturday, July 25th. Join us for a paint and sip session feat Trap music

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases. Come ready to vibe, paint, and party!!

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Painting will start at 7PM and end promptly at 9pm. Seating at Artipsy is open and is first come first served. If coming with a group with 5 or more people please email us at artipsystudio@gmail.com once everyone has purchased their tickets. If you show up with a group after the session has started sitting together is not guaranteed. Seats will already by filled and you will have to fill in the remainder of the seating.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

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Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events @ Logan Mansion
Jul 30 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events

Hosted by Logan Mansion

We are offering an exceptional Victorian Tea experience in one of the last remaining iconic Mansions built in 1897 right here in Shreveport.
One of the coolest treasures in downtown to be cherished and enjoyed by all.
Come and visit the Mansion and have a traditional Cream Tea experience with us starting on Thursday, July 23 through the remainder of August.
$15 PP, we prefer to be paid in advance on PayPal to hold the reservation. Proprietor@loganmansion.com or send a message on facebook.

We will have these intimate Tea Time events on Tuesday at noon to two and Thursday from two to four.

Historical tour of the Mansion available upon request.

Due to Covid-19, we are currently limited to a total of 20 guests. We follow all regulations, Staff wears masks and gloves replaced any time an object or food is touched. Your safety and the safety of our staff is utmost to us. Don’t forget, the Logan Mansion survived a few epidemics in the past. We don’t want a repeat.

Please call to arrange for a private tea party for your groups or parties. We have a full range of tea party edibles and libations we can offer to enhance any themed party event and bring to the next level.

What is a Cream Tea? Glad you asked…..You will have an unlimited fill of tea that includes many varieties, a homemade scone with incredible jam and curdled cream. Everything that is served is made fresh and from organic sources.
Since we can not all be in Europe right now for high tea, this is the closest we can get to a tea tradition, then throw in the Mansion and it is an over the top experience.

All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation of the Historic Logan Mansion in the coolest part of downtown Shreveport.

Thank you for your support!

Jul
31
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jul 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jul 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Artipsy Trap & Paint @ Robinson Film Center
Jul 31 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Artipsy Trap & Paint

Hosted by Artipsy

Artipsy Trap & Paint is going down Saturday, July 25th. Join us for a paint and sip session feat Trap music

TICKETS are $35 and the PRICE INCLUDES: aprons, paint, brushes, supplies, and canvases. Come ready to vibe, paint, and party!!

Doors Open at 6:30 PM

Painting will start at 7PM and end promptly at 9pm. Seating at Artipsy is open and is first come first served. If coming with a group with 5 or more people please email us at artipsystudio@gmail.com once everyone has purchased their tickets. If you show up with a group after the session has started sitting together is not guaranteed. Seats will already by filled and you will have to fill in the remainder of the seating.

No refund policy. Credit can be used for a future class and must be used within one month of the original ticket purchase.

This will be an event that you will not want to miss. Get your tickets while they last!

No photo description available.

Aug
1
Sat
Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
SBRM Volunteer Orientation @ Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

SBRM Volunteer Orientation

Are you looking for an opportunity to make an impact in our community? Then, we want you! Join us and learn how you can volunteer your time to help change the lives of homeless men, women and children in our cities. During orientation, you will learn about the different volunteer opportunities available at the Mission, take a tour of our McNeil Street campus and learn more about how our Life Recovery Program is working to change our cities one life at a time.

Orientation is hosted at 901 McNeil Street. Orientation can be accessed by coming through the administrative office.

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Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 1 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Art- The Next Generation @ Shreve Towne Studio 512
Aug 1 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Art- The Next Generation

S.N.A.G ~Spotlighting Next Generation Artists
Created by Local Artist and Youth Boxing Coach Jake Dement
Enlisting the help of other Local Artists and Shreve Towne Studio 512 as Host Venue.

Artists supporting Young Artists ages 7-17…
Mentoring, Sponsorship , Fun
Multi Youth Artist Showing for the month of August
Info on subject submission coming soon.

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Aug
2
Sun
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Aug 2 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

IMAX Opens April 6 to members and April 7th to public!

Shreveport, LA – The IMAX Dome Theater at Sci-Port Discovery Center will re-open on Friday, April 6th to members and Saturday, April 7th to the public. The IMAX at Sci-Port is the only IMAX Dome Theater in the state of Louisiana. Tickets are $12 per person, ages 3 and up. Members whose memberships included free IMAX tickets will be admitted free with proof of membership. To check on membership, please email membership@sciport.org.

The new IMAX movie, “Pandas,” will be showing, along with “Journey to the South Pacific.” “Pandas” is a documentary, being released April 6th, about a researcher who bonds with captive-born baby pandas about to be released into the wild. “Journey to the South Pacific” takes viewers on an underwater journey to the remote tropical islands of West Papua, where whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and other creatures represent a lush marine ecosystem.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday-Saturday (except for the week of April 6th and 7th, which will open on Friday)

  • 10:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 11:00 – Pandas
  • 12:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 1:00 – Pandas
  • 2:15 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 3:30 – Pandas

Sunday

  • 12:30 – Pandas
  • 1:30 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 2:30 – Pandas
  • 3:30 – Journey to the South Pacific

Ticket reservations may be made at reservations@sci-port.org. Discounts are available for school groups on request. Tickets also available at the door, credit and debit cards only, no cash.
Hours for IMAX starting April 12th will be Thursday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 12-5. The Power of Play (POP) exhibit continues to be open Thursday through Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5.

For more information, check Sci-Port Discovery Center’s Facebook page for updates.

Shreveport Water Works Museum @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 2 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SWWM

Come see our 130-year-old Victorian treasure! The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

Ask for Kevin to be your tour guide and show you the wonders that engineers working with pencil, paper and slide rule 100 years ago were able to accomplish. This is a go-not-miss while in Shreveport!

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK AND A NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LANDMARK

The Shreveport Water Works Museum is free and open to the public, but DONATIONS are happily accepted. Though the Museum belongs to the City of Shreveport, the Museum Friends, the McNeill Street Pumping Station Preservation Society (We know. Long name.) is responsible for paying employees and other costs of keeping it open. Every little bit helps us. Thank you!

Aug
4
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 4 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
5
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 5 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
6
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events @ Logan Mansion
Aug 6 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events

Hosted by Logan Mansion

We are offering an exceptional Victorian Tea experience in one of the last remaining iconic Mansions built in 1897 right here in Shreveport.
One of the coolest treasures in downtown to be cherished and enjoyed by all.
Come and visit the Mansion and have a traditional Cream Tea experience with us starting on Thursday, July 23 through the remainder of August.
$15 PP, we prefer to be paid in advance on PayPal to hold the reservation. Proprietor@loganmansion.com or send a message on facebook.

We will have these intimate Tea Time events on Tuesday at noon to two and Thursday from two to four.

Historical tour of the Mansion available upon request.

Due to Covid-19, we are currently limited to a total of 20 guests. We follow all regulations, Staff wears masks and gloves replaced any time an object or food is touched. Your safety and the safety of our staff is utmost to us. Don’t forget, the Logan Mansion survived a few epidemics in the past. We don’t want a repeat.

Please call to arrange for a private tea party for your groups or parties. We have a full range of tea party edibles and libations we can offer to enhance any themed party event and bring to the next level.

What is a Cream Tea? Glad you asked…..You will have an unlimited fill of tea that includes many varieties, a homemade scone with incredible jam and curdled cream. Everything that is served is made fresh and from organic sources.
Since we can not all be in Europe right now for high tea, this is the closest we can get to a tea tradition, then throw in the Mansion and it is an over the top experience.

All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation of the Historic Logan Mansion in the coolest part of downtown Shreveport.

Thank you for your support!

Takeover Thursday: Hosted by Happy Lil Bae @ Rydaz Bar & Restaurant
Aug 6 @ 9:00 pm – Aug 7 @ 2:00 am

Takeover Thursday: Hosted by Happy Lil Bae

Hosted by Rydaz Bar, Eatery & Events

Every First Thursday is Takeover Thursdays hosted by Happly Lil Bae, featuring live performances, Big E in the mix, drink specials, business networking. $10 Cover.

Aug
7
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 7 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
8
Sat
Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Purrassic Park @ Red River Brewpub
Aug 8 @ 6:30 pm

Purrassic Park 2020 Fundraiser

We raise thousands of dollars each year with this event, which allows us to take in cats during the spring and summer months when kittens are born exponentially. Animal controls fill up fast, and we try to take in as many as we can to save them! Each cat costs us on average $150 to $250 , and could be much more if there are medical issues to treat. Please help us save these cats!

Cost: $30 for Meal, T shirt, Beer/drink, free raffle ticket or $15 for shirt only. $20 for children (Meal, T Shirt, Drink)
Food: Red River Brewing Co has it’s own restaurant with a new menu coming in July!
Online Auction will be posted 2 weeks before the event!

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Aug
9
Sun
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Aug 9 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sci-Port IMAX OPEN! @ Sci-Port Discovery Center | Shreveport | Louisiana | United States

IMAX Opens April 6 to members and April 7th to public!

Shreveport, LA – The IMAX Dome Theater at Sci-Port Discovery Center will re-open on Friday, April 6th to members and Saturday, April 7th to the public. The IMAX at Sci-Port is the only IMAX Dome Theater in the state of Louisiana. Tickets are $12 per person, ages 3 and up. Members whose memberships included free IMAX tickets will be admitted free with proof of membership. To check on membership, please email membership@sciport.org.

The new IMAX movie, “Pandas,” will be showing, along with “Journey to the South Pacific.” “Pandas” is a documentary, being released April 6th, about a researcher who bonds with captive-born baby pandas about to be released into the wild. “Journey to the South Pacific” takes viewers on an underwater journey to the remote tropical islands of West Papua, where whale sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and other creatures represent a lush marine ecosystem.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday-Saturday (except for the week of April 6th and 7th, which will open on Friday)

  • 10:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 11:00 – Pandas
  • 12:00 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 1:00 – Pandas
  • 2:15 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 3:30 – Pandas

Sunday

  • 12:30 – Pandas
  • 1:30 – Journey to the South Pacific
  • 2:30 – Pandas
  • 3:30 – Journey to the South Pacific

Ticket reservations may be made at reservations@sci-port.org. Discounts are available for school groups on request. Tickets also available at the door, credit and debit cards only, no cash.
Hours for IMAX starting April 12th will be Thursday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday from 12-5. The Power of Play (POP) exhibit continues to be open Thursday through Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 12-5.

For more information, check Sci-Port Discovery Center’s Facebook page for updates.

Shreveport Water Works Museum @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 9 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

SWWM

Come see our 130-year-old Victorian treasure! The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

Ask for Kevin to be your tour guide and show you the wonders that engineers working with pencil, paper and slide rule 100 years ago were able to accomplish. This is a go-not-miss while in Shreveport!

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK AND A NATIONAL CIVIL ENGINEERING LANDMARK

The Shreveport Water Works Museum is free and open to the public, but DONATIONS are happily accepted. Though the Museum belongs to the City of Shreveport, the Museum Friends, the McNeill Street Pumping Station Preservation Society (We know. Long name.) is responsible for paying employees and other costs of keeping it open. Every little bit helps us. Thank you!

Aug
11
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 11 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
12
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 12 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 12 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
13
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

SWWMwheel

SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events @ Logan Mansion
Aug 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Logan Mansion – Victorian Cream Tea Social Events

Hosted by Logan Mansion

We are offering an exceptional Victorian Tea experience in one of the last remaining iconic Mansions built in 1897 right here in Shreveport.
One of the coolest treasures in downtown to be cherished and enjoyed by all.
Come and visit the Mansion and have a traditional Cream Tea experience with us starting on Thursday, July 23 through the remainder of August.
$15 PP, we prefer to be paid in advance on PayPal to hold the reservation. Proprietor@loganmansion.com or send a message on facebook.

We will have these intimate Tea Time events on Tuesday at noon to two and Thursday from two to four.

Historical tour of the Mansion available upon request.

Due to Covid-19, we are currently limited to a total of 20 guests. We follow all regulations, Staff wears masks and gloves replaced any time an object or food is touched. Your safety and the safety of our staff is utmost to us. Don’t forget, the Logan Mansion survived a few epidemics in the past. We don’t want a repeat.

Please call to arrange for a private tea party for your groups or parties. We have a full range of tea party edibles and libations we can offer to enhance any themed party event and bring to the next level.

What is a Cream Tea? Glad you asked…..You will have an unlimited fill of tea that includes many varieties, a homemade scone with incredible jam and curdled cream. Everything that is served is made fresh and from organic sources.
Since we can not all be in Europe right now for high tea, this is the closest we can get to a tea tradition, then throw in the Mansion and it is an over the top experience.

All proceeds are considered donations towards the continued preservation of the Historic Logan Mansion in the coolest part of downtown Shreveport.

Thank you for your support!

North LA STEM Alliance Monthly Meeting (VIRTUAL) @ Sci-Port Discovery Center
Aug 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Monthly Meeting (VIRTUAL, open to public)

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(updated by Heather Kleiner on 05/13/2020)

The monthly meeting brings diverse stakeholders from North Louisiana together to discuss trends in STEM education, news from STEM Learning Ecosystems Global, collaborative projects, progress & evaluation metrics. Members are encouraged to present a brief “member spotlight” and there is time allocated after the meeting (5-5:30) for informal networking.

About us: The North Louisiana STEM Alliance is a community of practice recognized by the STEM Funder’s Network STEM Learning Ecosystems (www.stemecosystems.org). Sci-Port Discovery Center is the host organization with Heather Kleiner, Ph.D. as the leader. Our Goal: is to coordinate efforts of diverse stakeholders in North Louisiana to provide high quality Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, including the arts, to all youth PK-16 regardless of zip code.

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Aug
14
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Aug 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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SHREVEPORT WATER WORKS MUSEUM

The McNeill pumping station is a turn-of-the-century (the LAST century, that is) water works that was THE LAST KNOWN STEAM-POWERED MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN THE UNITED STATES when its steam engines were finally retired in 1980.

A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK  & National Engineering Landmark, this 1887 building was the first water treatment plant in Shreveport and only the second in the state. 

Open  10a – 4p  Thu-Fri-Sat  &  12p – 4p Sunday

 

Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Aug 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Spring Street Museum

SSHM Go back in time to the early days of Shreveport; learn about life in a rough and tumble western town, walk the muddy streets and learn about the men and women who made Shreveport the timber, cotton, and oil capital of the region.

Learn about the Great Raft, our heroes and zeroes, the ladies of the evening with hearts of gold, the Yellow Fever epidemic that nearly wiped us off the map, giant fires, gunfights in the street and local architectural wonders.

This amazing amount of information is all housed in one of the oldest buildings in the city, former bank, former bar, now museum. We guarantee you will leave saying “I never knew that” but wanting to know even more!

 

Aug
15
Sat
Daily Specials at Bon Asian Cafe @ Bon Asian Cafe
Aug 15 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm