Join us for a first post- COVID art exhibit, say hello to the ‘new’ Red River Brewpub and prepare for a second wave of homegrown goodness. You’ll be happy to know that the pandemic hasn’t shut down summer camp OR the rampant creativity of local young people at Film Prize Jr. The temps are toasty but we love our #CoolDowntown.
- Art is back on the agenda downtown and we’re pretty pumped about it. See how local artists interpreted their time alone during COVID-19 at the Covid-19 DISengagement Exhibit closing Saturday at Shreve Towne Studio 512. No, you didn’t miss the opening— they didn’t have one because of stay at home orders. This will be a first chance to see what artists created during a period of social disengagement. When: Sat., June 20, 11 am- 2 pm. Where: 512 Crockett St. Cost: Free to attend.
- Come experience the new concept at Red River Brewpub, 1200 Marshall St. The re-imagined restaurant with adult beverages and fun events is sporting all sorts of ‘new’ – new drinks, a new menu and more. While inside, watch the artists at Sanctuary Glass Studio create custom glassworks that you can buy! When: Various. Where: 1200 Marshall St. Cost: Whatever you purchase.
- It’s summer and you know what that means- summer camp! Sci-Port Discovery Center is hosting week-long half day camps for pre-K through 5th grade through July 31. Help turn your kiddos into itty-bitty scientists! Sci-Port will get them started on a lifetime of science and math learning and the sky will be the limit! Where: 820 Clyde Fant Parkway. When: June 22- July 31. Cost: $120/$170.
- Spend a portion of your Father’s Day weekend at the Shreveport Farmers’ Market! There are new vegetables hitting peak ripeness this weekend; big beautiful tomatoes are here, and cream, zipper and purple hull peas are heading our way. Stock up on fruits & veggies and peruse local art. Sample fresh-ground coffee, buy plants, cheese, tamales and more. When: Saturday, 8 am- 1 pm. Where: Festival Plaza. Cost: Whatever you would like to purchase.
5. Enjoy all the creativity of Film Prize Junior online! Watch the live streams of the short films created by local young people or go to FilmPrizeJr.com and see them all in one place. Join in on roundtables and workshops, too! When: through June 24. Where: on-line. Cost: Nothing!