The photography of Jonathan Donehoo will be featured at 102 a bistro Wednesday through Dec. 1, in a solo exhibition called “Magical Place Between,” with an opening reception Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. This exhibit is presented by the North Central Louisiana Arts Council in association with 102 a bistro.
Betty Fuqua, from Laureate Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, presented a donation to Eldonta Osborne, chief professional officer of the Boys and Girls Club. Others pictured are, from left to right, JoAnn Gilmore, Barbara Schneider and Charlotte Crume.
The Caney Lake Good Sammers decided to “spring” into spring by going to Lincoln Parish Park outside of Ruston on March 20-23. The beautiful dogwoods lined the road that took Kay and Tom Church and Mary and James Dugdale to the campground. When near Ruston, the campers always like to experience the local restaurants. Therefore, they enjoyed burger night at Portico on Wednesday evening.
The Department of Theatre at Louisiana Tech University has scheduled auditions for its production of the Neil Simon classic, “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” for 7 p.m. Monday in Stone Theatre located in Tech’s Howard Center for the Performing Arts.
This cast is composed of four females and three males, and auditions are open to anyone who would like to participate. Actors will need to prepare a one-minute monologue in a style of their choice. Copies of the script are available in room 304 of the Howard Center for the Performing Arts building for overnight checkout.