8 fun things to do this weekend: Jan. 10-13

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“Bending Lines” Regional Filmakers Spotlight


Join directors Allison Bohl DeHart and Peter DeHart for a Q&A screening of “Bending Lines” at RFC’s Regional Filmmakers Spotlight. Nearing the end of his life, Lafayette-based sculptor Robert Wiggs looks back on a lifelong obsession with patterns. Never formally trained in mathematics, Wiggs studied mud cracks, beehives, and tree bark to create a geometric system that rivals the work of academic mathematicians, a system which he expressed and explored in scores of sculptures.

Location – Robinson Film Center, 617 Texas St., Shreveport


Shreveport Opera Xpress presents “Leo the Lyin’ Lion”


Shreveport Opera Xpress will perform Leo the Lyin’ Lion, an adaptation of The Little Boy Who Cried Wolf. This show will expose students to the art form of opera and also teach valuable moral lessons. Children will learn the importance of honesty, trustworthiness, and good character. For more information, click here.

Location – Shreve Memorial Library – David Raines Branch, 2855 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr., Shreveport

Close to You: The Music of the Carpenters


Singer and playwright Lisa Rock and her 6-piece band comes to Marshall to pay tribute to the music and life of The Carpenters, singing all their most memorable hits. Trinity Elementary music students will perform the song “Sing” on stage with the band. For more info and tickets, click here.

Location – Marshall Convention Center, 2501 East End Blvd., Marshall


2019 Home Products Show


Presented by the Homebuilders Association of Northwest Louisiana. Visit over 130 booths showcasing any and all home products. Get inspired for your next project here. The event happens from Friday-Sunday. Plenty of fun things to do and see at this event.

Location – Bossier Civic Center, 620 Benton Rd., Bossier City

Musical Highlights Bus Tour

1:00pm & 3:00pm

Enjoy a narrated bus ride through some of the honky tonkin’, jazz playin’ and boogie woogien’ highlights that our fine little town has produced. Texarkana is the home town of a variety of important figures in American music history. From “Father of Ragtime,” Scott Joplin to the legendary Otis Williams, Texarkana has produced some of the music industry’s biggest stars. TMS tour guides will take you on a drive through the areas where these important music makers lived and performed.

Location – Museum of Regional History, 219 N. State Line, Texarkana, TX

The Music of David Bowie


Windborne Music joins the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra for The Music of David Bowie. Conductor Brent Havens, vocalist Tony Vincent, a full rock band and the SSO present a symphonic odyssey featuring David Bowie’s top hits: Space Oddity, Changes, Under Pressure, Heroes, Fame, China Girl and more. Get tickets and info here.

Location – The Strand Theatre, 619 Louisiana Ave., Shreveport

Jeanne Robertson in Concert


At 71 years young, Jeanne Robertson continues to charm audiences with her humorous observations about life around her. Her infectious personality, heart and sense of humor make each show memorable. Robertson’s witty depiction of everyday situations never fails to have audiences of all ages rolling with laughter. Tickets are available by clicking here.

Location – Perot Theatre, 221 Main St., Texarkana, TX


Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End


The Shreveport Little Theatre presents the story behind America’s beloved humorist who championed women’s lives with wit that sprang from the most unexpected place of all – the truth. Performances are also on Friday and Saturday night. For info and tickets, click here.

Don’t forget to check out our Mardi Gras page to see all of the bal and parade schedules.