“Let’s catch up over martinis!” “Do you want to try and work out the numbers over a martini?” Saturday, March 30, from 7-11 p.m., you can have a martini and celebrate the arts. Artini in the Plaza, which raises money for the Bossier Arts Council (BAC), will be held outside in Bossier City’s East Bank Plaza in the East Bank District.
“It is a combination of farm goods, handmade goods, crafts and several food trucks per week,” Graham explained. “We’ll have baked goods, clothing, jewelry – anything that you have seen at previous markets. With this market, we’re actually going to get a lot more participation from local businesses.
“There are physical benefits, cognitive benefits and social benefits,” said Caroline Hendrix, director of GREAT. “For people who are learning to walk, the horse’s gait closely mimics the human’s walking gait. A person who is learning how to walk can sit on the horse and feel that movement.
Picture this: The house lights are slowly lowered as runway lights are brought up to their brightest setting on some of the most handsome and beautiful “fur babies” to strut their stuff for a good cause at the 10th annual Best in Sheaux fundraiser for Robinson’s Rescue.
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However, the action will start early that morning outside the stadium – in the Walk-On’s Tailgate Area. That is where Chef Folse will begin his effort to break the current record of 5,800 pounds of gumbo. Ingredients will be put into a special pot being made by a sheet metal company in South Louisiana.
“I walked in (to Red River CrossFit) and was immediately hooked,” Dr. Sanders said. “It’s just a different type of fitness. It makes sense, whereas sitting on a bench and working on a machine doesn’t make sense. Physically, medically, the way our body moves, this makes sense – what CrossFit does.