There’s a lot going on in historic Highland! From Cultural District artist open studio tours, to holiday home tours to jazz and blues festivals, we have something fun for almost everyone. In addition to the entertainment, the Highland Restoration Association is hard at work on the issues that will affect our neighborhood in almost every way. Continue reading Check Out the Exciting Highland Happenings!
This is the year for the Holiday Home Tour and it’s already beginning to feel like Christmas! The always-enjoyable Highland Home Tour is planned for Saturday, December 7 from 5-9 pm and Sunday, December 8, 1-5 pm. The homes featured on Saturday night are different than the ones on Sunday, so each event will be new and totally unique. Tickets are $20 per tour or two-day package deals are available for just $35. Advance tickets for groups of 10 or more are $15 apiece, and Highland Restoration Association members may attend each tour for $15. Advance tickets can be purchased in person at C & C Electric, 2430 Line Avenue, or via the paypal link below. Tickets will be on sale the day of the tours at C & C Electric, but not at tour homes. You may purchase your ticket through Eventbrite HERE.
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The Celebrate Highland Holiday Tour is always one of the most festive events of the season, and can get you into the holiday season like nothing else. Part of the reason for the fun is the wide range of beautiful homes showcased. Continue reading 2013 Holiday Tour Homes
December is going to be a great month for meeting Highland-area artists, seeing their art and purchasing one-of-a-kind pieces for yourself and others. The first market is the regular first Sunday Highland Open Studios Tour-Sunday (HOSTS) event on Sunday, December 1 from 11 am- 4 pm. Continue reading THREE December Art Markets!
On Sunday, December 1, artists around Highland will throw open their homes, studios and workshops for some organic, free-wheeling fun. The monthly event is never the same twice, there are always different locations, artists and experiences to well, experience! HOSTS was started by Highland artists Su Stella and Curt Harville, two visual artists who work in various mediums. Their workshop at 436 Topeka is the first stop on the tour each month and the location where you will be welcomed with maps showing the other participating stops. In 2011, Highland became only the second state-approved Cultural District in Shreveport-Bossier. Click the link to see the fun stops & artists included in the December HOSTS event! Continue reading December 1- Highland Open Studio Tours Sunday (HOSTS)