Shared Earth: The Ancient Mounds Project at the Masur Museum 10/29/2014 to 02/14/2015 This exhibition features photographs by Jenny Ellerbe. It deals with the landscape of Northeast Louisiana as a cultural object whose layers heap one on top of another. Shared Earth: The Ancient Mounds Project exhibition is collaboration between the Poverty Point Station Archaeology Program and the Masur Museum of Art. It will feature fine art photography and archaeological artifacts. Free lectures and educational activities will take place at the Masur and Poverty Point State Historic Site during the exhibition.
Whispering Pines at the Masur Museum 10/29/2014 to 02/14/2015 Birney Imes is a renowned American photographer and the Masur Museum of Art is proud to exhibit Whispering Pines. Whispering Pines is a series of photographs documenting the life and times of Blume Triplett, the late proprietor of Whispering Pines, a roadside bar and restaurant in Crawford, Mississippi.
Freedom Trees 11/11/2014 to 01/1/2015 Start off the season with the tree lighting ceremony of the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum Freedom Trees honoring veterans with a patch, ribbon, medal, or photo from their military service. On November 11, the trees will be turned on at a Special Ceremony at 5 pm.
Home of the Robertson family, stars of the hit A&E show Duck Dynasty, Monroe-West Monroe is the place to Shop, Eat, and Discover.
SHOPat Pecanland Mall, the largest shopping mall in North Louisiana, and famous Antique Alley, with classic antique shops and trendy boutique stores.
EAT at over 100 locally owned and flavored restaurants serving fried chicken, Catfish DeSiard, gumbo, crawfish, smothered pork chops, tasty po’boys, big burgers, hotwater cornbread, banana caramel pudding, and more!
DISCOVER local heroes like General Claire Chennault and his Flying Tigers at the Chennault Aviation & Military Museum. Meet Joseph Biedenharn, the first bottler of Coca-Cola, and his daughter Emmy-Lou at the Biedenharn Museum & Gardens, where you can still buy a cold bottle of coke for just a nickel. Take a walk at the beautiful Black Bayou National Wildlife Refuge.
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