NOTICE:
Due to the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent stay at home order issued by Gov. Edwards from Monday, March 23, to April 12, please only go out for necessity. Practice extreme social distancing and personal hygiene. Stay safe, stay home, and stay well.

Full details of the Statewide Stay at Home Order can be found here: gov.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/newsroom/detail/2427
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Apr
1
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
2
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 2 @ 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
Apr 2 @ 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!

 

Apr
3
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 3 @ 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
Apr 3 @ 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!

 

Apr
4
Sat
SBRM Volunteer Orientation @ Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission
Apr 4 @ 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
Apr 4 @ 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
7
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Apr 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!

 

Apr
8
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
9
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
10
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
11
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
14
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Apr 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!

 

Apr
15
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
16
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
17
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
18
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
21
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Apr 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!

 

Apr
22
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
23
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
24
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
25
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
28
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Apr 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!

 

Apr
29
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

Apr
30
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Apr 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
Apr 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!

 

May
1
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
2
Sat
SBRM Volunteer Orientation @ Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission
May 2 @ 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
May 2 @ 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
May 2 @ 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!

 

May
5
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
May 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!

 

May
6
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
7
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
8
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
9
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
12
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
May 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!

 

May
13
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
14
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 14 @ 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
May 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!

 

May
15
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
16
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
19
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
May 19 @ 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!

 

May
20
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 20 @ 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
May 20 @ 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!

 

May
21
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 21 @ 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
May 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!

 

May
22
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
23
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
26
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
May 26 @ 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!

 

May
27
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 27 @ 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
May 27 @ 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!

 

May
28
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 28 @ 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
May 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!

 

May
29
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

May
30
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
May 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
May 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!

 

Jun
2
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jun 2 @ 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!

 

Jun
3
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 3 @ 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
Jun 3 @ 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!

 

Jun
4
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 4 @ 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
5
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
6
Sat
SBRM Volunteer Orientation @ Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission
Jun 6 @ 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
Jun 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
9
Tue
Spring Street Historical Museum – Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice @ Spring Street Historical Museum
Jun 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!

 

Jun
10
Wed
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
11
Thu
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
12
Fri
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 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
Jun 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!

 

Jun
13
Sat
Shreveport Water Works Museum- Our Victorian Treasure @ Shreveport Water Works Museum
Jun 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