Bowhunters and archery enthusiasts are invited to attend a program Saturday at the Lamar-Dixon Expo Center, archery instructor Eural “Teeny” LeBlanc said.
“Come out and set your sights and practice for the archery hunting season,” LeBlanc said.
The event is from 9 a.m. to noon.
LeBlanc said those attending should drive past the main entrance on St. Landry Road to the second entrance, and the range will be behind the green fence on the right.
Ascension Community Theatre has announced the cast of its November production of Tennessee Williams’ “A House Not Meant to Stand.”
The cast includes Nick Cardona, Lorna C. Bourgeois, Nanette Kivett, Derek Bourque, Warren Fraser, Bess Yurek, Michael Mason and Andrew Kim.
This rarely produced and final play of Williams will be staged Nov. 1-4 and Nov. 8-10 at the Pasqua Theater in Gonzales.
Tickets can be purchased at http://www.ascensioncommunitytheatre.org or by calling (225) 647-1230.
The Ascension Council on Aging is holding its annual membership drive through Oct. 15, COA officials said.
Membership in the council is open to parish residents 18 and older. There is no fee for membership.
Residents interested in the problems and concerns of the elderly can join by picking up applications at seniors centers, 526 South Irma Blvd., Gonzales and 101 Bocage Dr., Donaldsonville.
The annual meeting of the Ascension Council on Aging will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Gonzales Senior Center.
The popular “Guitar Hero” game is coming to the Ascension Parish Library.
“Guitar Hero” game night is set for 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at the library’s Galvez branch.
The program is free and open to all students in sixth grade and above.
Call (225) 622-3339.
Ascension Parish Council on Aging is starting a new “Ask the Doctor” program in October.
St. Elizabeth’s Physicians, the Louisiana Dental Center, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and the Ascension Parish Council on Aging have designed the program to provide medical information to area seniors.
Specialists, local doctors, dentists and health professionals will answer questions from local seniors in ACOA’s monthly newsletter. Then, on the second Wednesday of each month, the doctor who wrote the column will give a presentation at the Gonzales Senior Center, 526 South Irma Blvd.
Dr. Shawn Owens will talk at the first program set for 11 a.m. Oct. 10. He will talk about topics related to oral health.
Neurologist Dr. Andrew Gustavson will speak on “Keeping Your Mind Young” at 11 a.m. Nov. 7.
Call (225) 621-5750.
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