July 2017 Calendar-at-a-Glance

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Arts

 

Ongoing-July: Arts & Healthcare, Inc. Exhibits.  The Christus Cabrini Gallery (Cabrini Outpatient Center, 1st floor across from Radiology) will feature the art of Jade Stubbs.  The Rapides Art Gallery (Rapides Regional Medical Center, South Tower between ER and lobby) will feature the photography of Sarah Whitt Salley. Cost: Free. Call: 318-769-7602. www.artsandhealthcare.org

 

Ongoing – July 15: River Oaks Square Exhibition, 1330 Second Street, 10:00am-4:00pm Tuesday- Friday & 10:00am-2:00pm. Saturday. Exhibit featuring artwork by artists Billy Ray Mangham, Carl Block, Maria Manemann and Samantha Young.  Cost: Members free, $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for children and seniors. Call Rachel Dauzat: 318-473-2670.

 

Ongoing-August 26: Painting a Nation: Hudson River School, Alexandria Museum of Art, Museum Hours. This exhibition highlights magnificent Hudson River School landscapes from the private collection of Ann and Lee Higdon. The majority of the works depict serene scenes which celebrate the picturesque beauty of our nation and reflect the collective desire of the Hudson River painters to develop a uniquely American visual language, independent of European schools of painting. Cost: Regular Museum admission. Call Megan Valentine: 318-443-3458. www.themuseum.org

 

Ongoing-September 22: 30th September Competition Juried Exhibition, Alexandria Museum of Art, Museum hours. The 30th September Competition is an annual juried exhibition highlighting the work of contemporary artists in all media and styles created within the past two years, juried by Mark Tullos. Cost: Regular Museum Admission. Call Megan Valentine: 318-443-3458. www.themuseum.org

 

July 10- 14: Summer Camp: Clay Play, Alexandria Museum of Art, 9:00am-12:00pm for ages 6 to 9 and 1:00pm-4:00pm for ages 10 and up. Sponsored by Alexandria Museum of Art. A wide variety of creative applications and techniques with clay, campers will create a collection of sculptural works inspired by imagination. Instructed by Glenn Rechs: educator, ceramicist and potter.  For more information, visit www.themuseum.org/summercamps17. Cost: $75.00 members; $100 non-members. Call Nancy Noles: 318-443-3458.

 

July 10- 21: Summer Arts Studio Session 3, 1330 Second Street, 12:30-4:30pm. Sponsored by River Oaks Arts Center. Multi discipline art program for children ages 5 to 13. This session focuses on the art of American mid-west. Cost: $245 for art camp only, $400 for 2-week session. Call Aubrey Bolen: 318-473-2670.

 

July 17- 21: Summer Camp: Gallery Groove, Alexandria Museum of Art, 9:00am-12:00pm for ages 6 to 9 and 1:00pm-4:00pm for ages 10 and up. Sponsored by Alexandria Museum of Art. Campers will participate in fanciful, imagination-stretching art activities inspired by art on the gallery walls of AMoA. Campers will be creating two dimensional and sculptural works both in the galleries and the studio classroom at AMoA. Instructed by Cindy Blair: AMoA Educator, Sculptor and painter. For more information visit www.themuseum.org/summercamps17. Cost: $75.00 members; $100 non-members. Call Nancy Noles: 318-443-3458.

 

July 21 – August 31: Art Exhibition, 1330 Second Street. Sponsored by River Oaks Art Square. Annual resident artists summer show.  This exhibition features Jonathan Moore in the Stokes Harris Gallery. Cost: Free members free; $2.00 non member; $1.00 seniors and children under 12. Call Rachael Dauzat: 318-473-2670.

 

July 24 – 28: Summer Camp: History in the Making, Alexandria Museum of Art, 9:00am-12:00pm for ages 6 to 9 and 1:00pm-4:00pm for ages 10 and up. Sponsored by Alexandria Museum of Art. Campers will learn about the important role of art through history. Campers will use a variety of mediums to expand on past works, while creating their own histories. Instructed by Corey Worth: Educator. Cost: $75 members; $100 non-members. Call Nancy Noles: 318-443-3458.

 

Music

 

July 8: Ronnie Cox & Friends, Delta Music Museum, 218 Louisiana Avenue in Ferriday, 7:00pm. Tickets may be purchased with cash only one hour prior to show times.  The “Friends of the Delta Music Museum” Facebook page lists all performers as soon as available. Cost: $15.00 individual; $25.00 couple.  Call: 318-757-9999.

 

July 15: Travis Tritt in Concert, Paragon Casino Resort Mari Center, 8:00pm.  Travis Tritt was one of the leading new country singers of the early ‘90s, holding his own against Garth Brooks, Clint Black, and Alan Jackson. He was the only one not to wear a hat and the only one to dip into bluesy Southern rock. Consequently, he developed a gutsy, outlaw image that distinguished him from the pack. Throughout the early ‘90s, he had a string of platinum albums and Top Ten singles, including three number one hits. Cost: $40.00 and up.  Call: 800-946-1946.

 

July 22: Gene King Country Music Opry, Delta Music Museum, 218 Louisiana Avenue in Ferriday, 7:00pm. Tickets may be purchased with cash only one hour prior to show times.  The “Friends of the Delta Music Museum” Facebook page lists all performers as soon as available. Call: 318-757-9999.

 

July 29: Sam Bailey Gospel Show, Delta Music Museum, 218 Louisiana Avenue in Ferriday, 6:00pm. Featuring Timothy Spell from Baton Rouge and the Liberty Boys from north Louisiana. Cost: $10.00. Call: 318-757-9999.

 

Theatre

 

July 10-22:  Musical Theatre Intensive Camp, Alexandria Mall. Sponsored by LBM Productions. Junior Camp for ages 7 to 15  and Senior Camp for students in High School or College.  Visit wwww.LBMproductions.net for more information.

 

July 14-15: Auditions For Legally Blonde The Musical, Alexandria Mall. LBM productions will hold open auditions in the former The Limited space Friday from 6:30pm-9:00pm and Saturday from 10:00am-1:00pm. Callbacks will be Monday, July 17th at 6:30pm. Auditions are open to Adults and College/High School students. Bring a one minute contemporary song that shows range and acting skills. Songs from the show are fine. Come prepared to dance and do cold readings. The Broadway Musical version of Legally Blonde will be directed by Laine Berry Miller. Michael Sterne will accompany.  Bring sheet music in your key with edits clearly marked. Call: 318-451-3915. www.LBMproductions.net

 

July 20-23: Church Basement Ladies, Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center .  Presented by Lagniappe Theatre Company, Church Basement Ladies is an hysterical musical comedy featuring four pillars of the church as they organize the food and solve the problems of their rural church about to undergo changes in 1965. From the elderly matriarch of the kitchen to the young bride-to-be learning the proper order of things, we see them handle a record breaking Christmas dinner, the funeral of a dear friend, a Hawaiian Easter fundraiser, and a steaming hot July wedding. Curtain up nightly Thursday through Saturday at 7:00pm.  Sunday matinee begins at 2:30pm. Call: 318-48-STAGE. www.lagniappetheatre.com

 

July 22: Narnia the Musical: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, Richard Gwartney Theatre on the LSUA Campus, 2:00pm and 7:00pm.  Presented by LBM Productions. Join Peter, Susan, Lucy, and Edmund as they journey through the Wardrobe into the magical land of Narnia.  Cost: $10.00 general admission, $5.00 12 and under (advance online); $12.00 general admission, $7.00 12 and under (at the door). www.LBMproductions.net

 

August 4-5: Legally Blonde The Musical, Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center, 8:00pm. A fabulously fun international award-winning musical based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde is rated PG-13.​ Don’t miss LBM Productions’ incredible musical extravaganza, Legally Blonde The Musical! Complete with live musicians and incredible sets and costumes.  Get ready for an action-packed evening of totally awesome entertainment! Cost: $20.00 Delta Nu Reserved Premium Seating; $15.00 Reserved Orchestra Seating; $10.00 General Admission Mezzanine in advance, +$2.00 at the door. www.LBMproductions.net

 

Events

 

Ongoing – August 11: YWCA Summer Day Camp, 5912 James Street, 7:00am-5:30pm. Sponsored by YWCA. Cost: $105 registration, $95 weekly tuition. Call Marle Chapman: 318-442-3397.

 

Ongoing – July 29: 2017 Summer Reading Program, Rapides Parish Library locations, During hours of operation. Sponsored by Rapides Parish Library. The 2017 Summer Reading Program continues! Children through age 12 can register at their local library and read for fun incentives and special scheduled entertainment. Cost: Free. Contact Rapides Parish Library Youth Services: 318-442-2483 x 1904.

 

July 7: Be Your Own Travel Agent, Boyce Branch Library, 10:00am-11:00am. Learn to use the Internet to book transportation and lodging, find special Internet deals, and explore destinations before leaving home. Cost: Free. Call: 318-793-2182. www.rpl.org

 

July 7: Exploding Potions, Westside Regional Library, 10:00am-11:00am. Release the mad scientist in you with an hour of experiments that will bubble, burb and spurt!  All safe and fun experiments for children using household items. Cost: Free. Call: 318-442-2483. www.rpl.org

 

July 10: Adults Art of Life Series, Rapides Main Library, 10:00am-12:00pm. We explore our creativity in this series, where we create, imagine, and transform ourselves through art. Registration is required, space is limited.  Sponsored by Amerigroup. Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 10-21: Coding Camp, Rapides Main Library, 1:00pm-3:00pm. This 2-week coding camp for teens and tweens uses Python, a super easy-to-use application that lets you write awesome programs right from the start! Class size is limited to 15 students per 2-week session. Registration is required.  Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 10-11 & 17-18: Coding Camp for Adults, Rapides Main Library, 5:30pm-7:30pm. This 2-day coding camp uses Python, a super easy-to-use application that lets you write awesome programs right from the start! Class size is limited to 15 students per 2-day session. Registration is required.  Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 11-14: Use the Force Camp, TREE House Children’s Museum, 9:00am-12:00pm. Sponsored by TREE House. Camp is geared towards kids ages 4 to 12.  Learn about physics, space robotics and more! Cost: $70.00 non-members; $60.00 members. Call Marissa Sonnier: 318-619-9394.

 

July 11-13, 18-20, 25-27: 3D Workshops Using Fusion 360, Rapides Main Library, 9:00am-11:00am. Engineering instructor Chuck Perkins from Tioga High School instructs students in grades 10 to 12 how to design, model into a three dimensional concept and print on 3D printers!  These workshops use Fusion 360, a cloud-based CAD application that puts tools in your hand to help you create 3D renderings from your designs and print in 3D! Workshop is limited to 15 students. These workshops are sponsored by CLEDA.  Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411. www.rpl.org

 

July 11: Adult DIY Crafts, King Branch Library, 5:00pm-7:00pm. Representatives from Home Depot will demonstrate how to build an end table from a crate. Children learn by example and what better way to encourage our children to build lifelong learning skills than to see their parents learning new do-it-yourself skills. Registration is encouraged! Limited to 20 participants.  Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

July 11: Healing Hearts Perinatal Loss Support Group, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Trellis Room, 6:00pm.  The group helps parents who have lost babies. Call: 318-769-7569.

 

July 12: Diabetes Group Class, RRMC Medical Terrace Auditorium, 9:00am–12:00pm. This program is designed for adults with newly diagnosed diabetes and for people needing a refresher course in diabetes management. This is a basic diabetes program; therefore, no physician referral is required. The program content follows the American Diabetes Association guidelines and uses a variety of teaching methods to enhance learning. Topics include meal planning, monitoring blood sugar, medications, complications, and learning to deal with a chronic disease.  The course is taught by Sandy Couvillon, Registered Dietitian, and Amie Starks, Registered Nurse. Space is limited. Please pre-register. Cost: Free. Call: 318-769-3445.

 

July 12: Up, Up and Away Balloon Art, Hineston Branch Library, 11:00am-12:30pm. Children and Teens get the chance to show off their artistic talents. Select a helium balloon and decorate with pens and markers your balloon for all to see. Work together and share ideas as you create colorful balloon art! Cost: Free. Call: 318-793-8461. www.rpl.org

 

July 12: Child Safety Seat Check, RRMC Medical Terrace Driveway, 2:00pm–5:00pm. A trained child passenger safety educator will take a look at your car seats, make sure they are not under recall, make sure the seat is installed properly and show you how to correctly install the car seat. The car seat check process takes between 15-25 minutes, depending on how many car seats are in the vehicle. Cost: Free.

 

July 13: Kids Green Thumb Gardening, Robertson Branch Library, 10:00am-11:30am. This is a fun way to teach our children environmental stewardship of our planet. Plants and flowers have many uses find out how plants help make a better world for us and the planet. Cost: Free. Call: 318-640-3098. www.rpl.org

 

July 13: Fire Safety Class, Gunter Branch Library, 11:00am-12:00pm. What do you do if you see a fire? Learn fire safety from real firefighters! The “smokehouse” will be on site to demonstrate and put what we’ve learned to keep yourself and your family safe. For children, teens and tweens. Cost: Free. Call: 318-443-7259. www.rpl.org

 

July 13: Suicide Survivor Support Group, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Cascade Room, 6:30pm. This group is open to anyone who needs support and has lost a loved one to suicide. It could include parents, siblings, children, spouse, friends or coworkers. The group meets the second Thursday of each month. Cost: Free. Call: 318-613-3485.

 

July 14: Teens Alt-TEE-rations, McDonald Branch Library, 3:00pm-5:00pm. Give new life to your old t-shirts! Upcycle them into trendy stylish bags, headbands, hats or a chew toy for your pets. Cost: Free. Call: 318-748-4848. www.rpl.org

 

July 15: Prepared Childbirth Class,  RRMC Medical Terrace Gallery Room, 9:00am-2:30pm.  This one-day class, taught by a certified childbirth instructor, prepares couples for the actual delivery. Topics include stages of labor and delivery, when to go to the hospital, pain management, assisted delivery, Cesarean birth as well as a tour of Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital. A light lunch will be provided. Please pre-register.  Call: 318-769-3445.

 

July 15: Main Movie Mania Presents Sing, Rapides Main Library, 1:00pm-3:00pm. Kids, grab your family and come and watch the “gleeful” movie that will show you that talent comes in many different forms and not always from where you’d expect! Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 17-22: Free Style Cap and Visor Art, Hineston Branch Library, 9:00am-11:30am. Children and Teens get the chance to show off their artistic talents. Teens use paint pens and markers to create their own unique and individual ball cap. Keep it for yourself or gift it to your BFF. The younger kids express their artistic and unique style using paint pens and markers to create their own unique sun visor. Keep it for yourself or give it to your best buddy. Cost: Free. Call: 318-793-8461. www.rpl.org

 

July 17: Financial Freedom Workshop, 4510 3rd Street, 6:00pm-7:30pm. Sponsored by Calvary Tabernacle of Alexandria. Limited to 60 participants and must pre-register by July 10th. Visit www.thecalvarytabernacle.org for more information. Cost: Free. Call: 318-443-5959.

 

July 17: Breathing and Relaxation, Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital Cascade Room, 6:30pm-8:30pm. Taught by a certified childbirth instructor, this class will be an in-depth opportunity to practice breathing and relaxation techniques and other comfort measures for labor and delivery. The support partner/father is encouraged to attend. Bring pillows to class. Please pre-register.  Call: 318-769-4440.

 

July 18: Herbs and Ladybugs, Martin Branch Library, 2:30pm-4:00pm. Remember those pots we upcycled? Now we plant windowsill herbs and create cute ladybugs and bumble bee rocks to deck your pots! Cost: Free. Call: 318-442-7575. www.rpl.org

 

July 19: Safe Sitter Class, RRMC Education Department, 7:45am-4:30pm. Boys and girls, ages 11 to 13, can learn the basic skills needed to be a safe and successful babysitter. This medically-accurate, hands-on class teaches sitters how to entertain children and keep them safe, how to perform basic child-care skills, how to call for emergency help, what to do when a child chokes, how to keep themselves safe and how to start a successful babysitting business. Registration includes lunch and supplies. Cost: $450.00 per family. Call: 318-769-3445.

 

July 19: Ancient Archaeology Tower Challenge, Westside Regional Library, 10:00am-11:00am. From the beginning of time we’ve built Egyptian Pyramids, Stonehenge, and Mayan and Aztec temples. Now the challenge is Dixie cups! Can you build the greatest Dixie cup tower that mankind has ever seen? Cost: Free. Call: 318-442-2483 x 1906. www.rpl.org

 

July 19: Cenla Women’s Connection Luncheon, Conference Center at the Greens, 12:00pm.  Sue Bohlin will present “How To Handle The Things You Hate But Cannot Change”. Registration includes a delicious lunch and an inspirational message. Please RSVP by Friday, July 14th. Cost: $16.00. Call: 318-481-7880 or E-mail: cenlacwc@gmail.com.

 

July 20: Making Clothespin Magnets, Johnson Branch Library, 2:00pm-3:00pm. The spring-hinged clothespin was patented in 1853 by David M. Smith and since its creation, we’ve found more uses; both creative and practical, for the humble device. Come and make your clothespin magnets for friends, or family. All supplies provided. Cost: Free. Call: 318-776-5153. www.rpl.org

 

July 20: Kids Build a City, Martin Branch Library, 2:30pm-4:00pm. What would your city look like? Is it from the past or the future? We create and decorate our own city! Using all our supplies and recycled paper tissue tubes and cardboard we become civil engineers and create our own “Central City” or “Metropolis”. Registration is encouraged to ensure there are enough supplies for everyone. Cost: Free. Call: 318-442-7575. www.rpl.org

 

July 20: Muscular Dystrophy Support Group, RRMC Medical Terrace Gallery Room, 6:00pm. Quarterly meetings include guest speakers and access to staff from the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Call: 337-234-0088.

 

July 21: Morgan’s Slime Class, King Branch Library, 12:00pm-2:00pm. Kids are our future scientists, engineers, teachers, and instructors. What better way to showcase that burgeoning talent than to have a peer-to-peer program! Morgan introduces you to the gooey properties of slime! Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

July 21: CAN-struction, Robertson Branch Library, 1:00pm-5:00pm. Calling all engineering teams! In this competition you use your wits, designing skills and donated can and shelf-stable goods to build a fantastic structure or sculpture. After the competition, all the teams donated food from the competition will be donated to the Food Bank of Central Louisiana. Cost: Free. Call: 318-640-3098. www.rpl.org

 

July 22: Making Kindness Caps, Boyce Branch Library, 9:30am. Come together with knitting needles and yarn and learn to knit simple preemie caps or chemo caps that can be donated to hospitals. Learn a skill and feel the warmth of volunteerism. Cost: Free. Call: 318-793-2182. www.rpl.org

 

July 22: Movie Matinee Presents The Dog Who Saved Summer, Robertson Branch Library, 1:00pm-2:30pm. K9 officer Zeus is in obedience school – everything gets off on the wrong paw when Marine K9 assistant Apollo is dogging Zeus’ every step! Cost: Free. Call: 318-640-3098. www.rpl.org

 

July 22: Y.E.A. Celebrates Friendship Month, King Branch Library, 1:00pm. The Youth Education Appreciation Group will help educate and inspire us with the knowledge of the past to sharpen our vision of the bright future of our children. In addition, there will be a day spa for the girls planned and some DIY crafts for the guys. Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

July 24-27 & July 31-August 3: Summer Science Camp, Rapides Main Library, 9:15am-12:00pm. We’re in the Glankler Laboratory with David Sproles using hands-on learning activities;  exploring using low voltage electrical circuits, transistors, integrated circuits and micro controllers. We bring out the Arduino kits; Teardown gadgets and see what make them tick! Open to students ages 10 and up. Space is limited; pre-registration is required. Sponsored by CLECO. Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 24: Adults Art of Life Series, Rapides Main Library, 5:30pm-7:30pm. We explore our creativity in this series, where we create, imagine, and transform ourselves through art. Registration is required, space is limited.  Sponsored by Amerigroup. Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 25: Come Write In Speaker Series, Rapides Main Library, 5:30pm-6:30pm. Our speaker in July is: Joseph Kutch, member of the writing group. He shares his experience with submitting his short story to a local theater production. Mr. Kutch will select two to three members to submit their writing samples for August critique/review at the end of his session. Feel free to bring a writing friend with you! Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 27: Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen. Sponsored by Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital Children’s Miracle Network. For every blizzard treat sold at Dairy Queen locations on Miracle Treat Day, $1.00 will be donated to Children’s Miracle Network-Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital. Call Christus Cabrini Foundation: 318-448-6580.

 

July 28: Louisiana Justice Tour Free Civil Legal Assistance, Rapides Main Library, 10:00am-12:00pm. Louisiana Civil Justice Center is at the Main Library to speak to offer their services on a range of civil issues. Consumer debt, housing, successions, living will, divorce and custody issues and more! Bring all your documentation including picture ID. Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 29: Summer Reading Program Graduation Day, Rapides Main Library, 9:00am-12:00pm. We’re handing out reading medals, reading certificates at our ending celebration. It’s been a great summer and we’re having a grand party with pizza, cake and punch and more! Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-2411 x1036. www.rpl.org

 

July 29: Coupon Mania, King Branch Library, 11:00am-1:00pm. Coupons are a fantastic way to “Build a Better World” by taking advantage of special offers, doubles and how to get the biggest bang for your buck! Cost: Free. Call: 318-445-3912. www.rpl.org

 

July 29: Barrel of Hope, Meylian Harris Productions, 3:00pm show begins at 6:00pm. Sponsored by Hope House. Meylin Harris Productions is hosting a Barrell Racing Event to support the Hope House mission in serving the homeless women and children throughout the Central Louisiana area.  Cost: $30.00 for open barrel race; $20.00 for youth barrel race; $20.00 for open pole fee. Call Hope House: 318-229-7783.

 

July 31-August 4: Kent House History Camp-Learning Louisiana, Kent House, 9:00am-4:30pm. Sponsored by Kent House. This camp includes a field trip to the Tunica Biloxi Native American Museum in Marksville. Campers will bring a sack lunch, all drinks and snacks will be provided. Cost: $100. Call Ashley: 318-487-5998.

 

July 31: Adult Healthy Lifestyles Class, Gunter Branch Library, 6:30pm-8:00pm. Take care of yourself! Come and enjoy the techniques of relaxation, tips on how to create your own spa environment and more. Cost: Free. Call: 318-443-7259. www.rpl.org

 

August 1-31: School Supplies Giveaway, Rapides Parish Libraries. Sponsored by Rapides Parish Libaray. RPL partners with the Rapides Parish School Board’s McKinney-Vento program and other agencies in the parish to collect needed school supplies. Drop off your school supplies or cash to any Rapides Parish Library location. Cost: Free. Call Suzanne James: 318-445-2411 x 1060.

 

Sports

 

July 10 -13: Early Risers Camp, LSUA Fitness Center, 8:00am-12:00p.m. Sponsored by Larry Cordero Basketball Camps. This is a basketball camp for the youth of Central Louisiana aged 7 to 13. The basketball coaching staff at LSUA, along with basketball student athletes, will work with the youth in order to teach them the fundamentals of the game while being physically active. Register at corderobasketball.com. Cost: $100. Call Kyle Thorne: 318-794-3674.

 

July 11, 18 & 25: Yoga in the Gallery, Alexandria Museum of Art, 5:45pm. Sponsored by Alexandria Museum of Art. Cost: Free. Call AMoA: 318-443-3458.

 

July 25- 27: Next Level Camp, LSUA Fitness Center, 4:30pm-7:30pm. Sponsored by Larry Cordero Basketball Camps.  This is a basketball camp for the youth of Central Louisiana aged 14 to 18. The basketball coaching staff at LSUA, along with basketball student athletes, will work with the youth in order to teach them the fundamentals of the game while being physically active. Register at corderobasketball.com. Cost: $50. Call Kyle Thorne: 318-794-3674.

 

July 31- August 4: Early Risers Camp III, 8:00am-12:00pm. Sponsored by Larry Cordero Basketball Camps. This is a basketball camp for the youth of Central Louisiana aged 7 to 13. The basketball coaching staff at LSUA, along with basketball student athletes, will work with the youth in order to teach them the fundamentals of the game while being physically active. Register at corderobasketball.com. Cost: $100. Call Kyle Thorne: 318-794-3674.