Remembering Eric Brock

Noel Memorial Library will be holding a reception and the opening of an exhibit in memory of Shreveport historian and Highland resident Eric J. Brock at the LSU-Shreveport Archives (third floor of Noel Memorial Library on the LSUS campus) on Tuesday, March 13, from 3pm-5pm.  Some of you may know that Eric donated a great [...]

13th Annual World Religion Day

Learn about world religions from the people who live them at the 13th Annual World Religion Day on Saturday, January 21st from 1pm-5pm at the Highland Center (520 Olive). The purpose of the event is “to foster world peace, harmony, and understanding. We will accomplish these goals through education and communication via exhibits and demonstrations [...]

Current Cultural Offerings in the Highland Area

Looking for some culture this holiday season? Look no further than the Highland area! The Meadows Museum (2911 Centenary Blvd) is currently featuring two exhibits: ”Species in Crisis: Endangered Flora” through December 31st and “The History and Collections of the Masur Museum of Art” through February 12. Visit the Meadows website at for for [...]

Wideman Piano Competition Comes to Centenary

The 61st Annual Shreveport Symphony Nena Wideman International Piano Competition will take place Friday, December 2, through Sunday, December 4, in the Anderson Auditorium of the Hurley School of Music, located on the Centenary College campus. The event is free and open to the public with donations accepted at the door. Forty-three contestants, ranging in [...]

Centenary Book Bazaar This Weekend

The 25th Annual Centenary Book Bazaar will be held Friday, September 9, from 4pm to 9 pm, and Saturday, September 10, from 9am until 4pm.  Admission is free and open to the public.  More than 80,000 items will be available for purchase, including paperback and hardback books as well as audio and visual materials such [...]