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  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Just a reminder. free days at the State Fair are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Free admission includes free parking. After 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursday, Gate Admission, parking and rides are all $2.00 from noon until closing. Wednesdays are half price days. Gate admission after 3:00 p.m. is $5.00 and armabands for the carnival rides are $15 from noon until closing.

    November 13 (last day of the Fair) is Happy Veterans Days and Military Appreciation Day. Thank you for serving. Freedom is definitely not free. Get out and have some family fun. Visit the link below for more information.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    The State Fair of Louisiana kicks off Thursday, October 27th and runs through Sunday, November 13th. You can save time and money by purchasing your tickets online now. You may also visit any Super 1 or Brookshire's groceries for either Gate Admission Only Tickets at $8 each or P.O.P. (Pay One Price) tickets which include an armband and unlimited rides on some of the most amazing and daring carnival rides for $32 each.

    For the most part, it looks like the weather is going to be great. Evening temperatures have been in the upper 50's to lower 60's, so it may be wise to bring a light jacket. Come out and help us celebrate our 110th year!
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Before you get too full of barbecue, I encourage you to take a moment to reflect on the true significance of Memorial Day. It is a day where we pay tribute to the brave men and women who paid/pay the ultimate sacrifice so you and I can live in the greatest country in the world. The contributions are what it is all about. All gave some, and some gave all.
  • Joel Hall
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    Although on hold for right now until all flooding damage has been repaired, the Shreveport Dog Park is set to open hopefully by the fall of 2016. It will be located near the Stoner Boat Launch. Having been highly anticipated and rallied for for the last five years by scores of local citizens, it seems that this canine project will soon be underway!
  • Joel Hall
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    If you're looking for a place to skydive in northwest Louisiana, Skydive Louisiana is the company for you. Located just north of Shreveport, in Gilliam, Skydive Louisiana offers a great experience for all levels of jumpers. Check out their link below to view more info and book your skydiving experience today!
  • Paul Bratlie
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Looking for a place to go and have a good time? Air U Indoor Trampoline Park and Party Center is the place to go. With over 10,000 sq/ft of indoor trampolines, ball pits, dodge ball arenas, and party rooms it really is fun for all ages. With over 100,000 jumpers to date Air U has become the place to go in town for healthy, wholesome entertainment. They also offer AIROBICS, an aerobic trampoline based exercise for those looking for a new way to burn some calories.
  • Joel Hall
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Looking to join one of Shreveport/Bossier's top clubs in 2016? Check out Southern Trace's website for this year's specials and membership deals. With a championship golf course, an amazing social club, state of the art workout facility, and a staff unlike any other, you won't be disappointed.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    I take this opportunity to wish you a happy and prosperous New Year from our Shreveport community. Consider calling our wonderful community your new home. Wishing the best of this brand new year for you and yours.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Thanks to all who gave your support and generosity to the 2015 Operation Support Our Troops, Inc drive in Shreveport. This national organization has a local chapter based out of Shreveport that collects vital goods and supplies for our military. The items are delivered to service men and women stationed on the front lines. The 2015 sponsors were KSLA News 12 and Wray Ford who helped gather items by the November 7, 2015 deadline. See the link below to find out how to donate.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    If you're a fan, please support us with welcoming Rickey Smiley to our Shreveport Municipal Auditorium on Saturday, December 5th. Rickey Smiley is an American stand-up comedian, television host, actor, and so, so funny radio personality best known for his prank phone calls. The calls feature Smiley disguising his many amazing voices and carrying on a conversation with the recipient of the call. It's gut-busting laughter. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster, $30-$55.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    If you're a fan like me, you'll be excited to know that American blues rock musician, singer and songwriter, Joe Bonamassa will be performing at the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday, December 1. Amazingly, Bonamassa opened for the late great B.B. King when he was only 12 years old. In the last 13 years Bonamassa has had 15 solo albums to his name through his independent record label, J&R Adventures. True fans won't be deterred by the really early jump start to the weekend or the $65-$100 admission fees as it promises to be a great show.
  • Paul Bratlie
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    The State Fair of Louisiana is an annual event that brings people in from all over to enjoy concerts, rides, livestock shows, food, carnival games, and most importantly the rides. The Fair starts in late October and runs through early November. Located at the Shreveport Fair Grounds the State Fair has been running since 1906 and they offer daily ticket specials to accommodate any budget. If you are coming to the Shreveport/Bossier area I highly recommend going, you will not be disappointed and its fun for the whole family.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    32ND Annual Christmas in Roseland

    I know! Thanksgiving is not here yet and here we are talking about Christmas. It's hard to resist when so many stores are already inundated with Christmas Cheer which got me to thinking about our annual trip to Christmas in Roseland.

    Christmas in Roseland is a most spectacular depiction of winter wonderland, with more than one million twinkling, bright lights adorned throughout the nation's largest park dedicated to roses. Visitors will definitely love the eight-foot singing Christmas tree and beautiful, life-size Christmas cards. Kids get to take photos with Santa, enjoy magical train rides, and experience an amazing "snow blizzard." Nightly performers always keep the crowds entertained. Delectable concessions are available. Group-tours are friendly. The park is open Fridays only from Nov. 27-Dec. 20 with special Encore Nights on Dec. 21, 22 and 23. Admission is $5 per person or $20 per carload.

    The Rose Center is located at 8877 Jefferson Paige Road. For more information, call 318-938-5402.

    Have fun and be safe.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Tigers will be pitted against Tigers this weekend when Texas Southern University takes on Grambling State University as part of the State Fair of Louisiana. Game time is Saturday, November 7th at 2:00 p.m. at Independence Stadium.

    General Admission tickets start at $20 and General Admission parking is $5. Tickets can be purchased at the following locations: The State Fair of Louisiana Office located at 3701 Hudson Avenue; The Independence Bowl Foundation Office located at 401 Market Street, Suite #120; The Shreveport Federal Credit Union located at 8530 Fern Avenue; and at Independence Stadium on the day of the game only. You can also opt to call the Grambling Ticket Office at 318-274-2625. Or, you can make it easy on yourself and order on line at www.redriverstatefairclassic.com.

    If you want to party after the game, your game ticket includes free admission to the Fair, featuring concerts by Juvenile at 7 p.m. and P-Funk Connection at 8:30 p.m. Have fun and please be safe.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    The State Fair of Louisiana, normally closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, will be open Tuesday, Nov. 3, beginning at 10 a.m.

    That's the update from marketing director Russell Adams. "We will be open Tuesday to make up for the adverse weather we've been having the past two weeks."

    The Fair reopened Wednesday of last week after having been shut down or open on a limited basis for four days because of our area's, much needed, rain.

    On Oct. 24, inclement weather forced the State Fair to cancel the evening concert that would have featured Frank Foster and Lainey Wilson. Carnival rides and scheduled attractions were also not operating. But, Fair goers were still able to enjoy the Pro Rodeo which went on as scheduled in Hirsch Memorial Coliseum. None the less, the State Fair was open that day with very limited exhibits and food vendors.

    On Oct. 24 and 25, officials decided to close the State Fair because of continued weather concerns. The State Fair was closed Monday and Tuesday as originally scheduled. We are still waiting on the word regarding extending the Fair another week to allow locals/welcomed visitors to take the full benefits of one of our major fall attractions.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    Donated this morning and, for years, have done so just to give life to those in need when I actually don't need all I have because it readily replenishes its self. Every 56 days is the regular donation period. According to statistics, someone will need blood every two seconds and just one donation can save up to three lives. With all the incredible advances in modern medicine, there is still no manufactured substitute for human blood. It must be provided by volunteer blood donors, like us, in the community. One in three people will need blood in their lifetime. If you don't need blood, it's almost certain that someone you know will. As a community blood center, Lifeshare provides the blood components to hospitals and medical facilities in the community. After you donate with them, you will be able to review your blood type, cholesterol, blood pressure and other health information on their Donor Portal. - See more at: http://www.lifeshare.org/faqs#sthash.eq9yOKJo.dpuf
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    For some really grown up Halloween fun, try finding your way through Louisiana's original corn maze. You can also pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, which are free with admission (while supplies last). You can also visit some really haunted attractions and more.

    The pumpkin patch closes at dark and the haunted attractions start after dark. Some attractions have height and weight restrictions and require a waiver of liability to participate. No more admissions are allowed one hour before the posted closing time. No alcohol, tobacco, food or drinks are permitted at Dixie Maze Farms. All sales are final with no refunds or rain checks.

    Tonight there can be substantial lines to the haunted attractions especially 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 pm. You would be best served by buying your ticket online and arriving before or after those hours may help to avoid waiting in line. Check the website at info.dixiemaze.com. The address is 9596 Sentell Road, Shreveport, LA.

    Have fun, and please be safe.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    Our State Fair of Louisiana is one of the largest attractions for over a century. Shreveport/Bossier City's main fall attraction offers a wealth of entertainment. Apart from the usual exciting events of the State Fairs throughout our USA, our Louisiana fair offers free, top-lining entertainment ranging from leading music artists, stunt and acrobatic shows to spectacular tiger encounter shows, racing pigs and the Great American Duck Race, ferocious circus, carnival, and the Kiddie Korral midway for young children and adults alike.

    Weather predictions indicate that Tuesday through Friday of this week just might be the best days to escape the most rain as it expected to pick up again on Saturday with a 60% chance and Saturday with a 70% chance. Really want you to enjoy this wonderful event in a city we enjoy calling home and want you to always be safe as well.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    I remain a strong supporter of this major fall attraction of our Shreveport/Bossier City Community.
    I've blogged about it for the last few days as it just opened on Thursday. I've just learned that, because of the predicted 100% of rain on tomorrow, Sunday, October 24, the Fair will be closed. Keep in mind too, that until it leaves on November 11, it's normal days of closure are Mondays and Tuesdays.

    Please plan to attend. Just want you to be safe.
  • Jessica Hammons
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    The DixieMaze Farm corn maze is open for just one more week! This event features a pumpkin patch as well as a haunted version of the corn maze after dark. Halloween activities will begin at 11 a.m. on October 31. There will be a pumpkin chunker, costume contest, trick or treat cow train, pumpkin carving, crafts, spooky stories, and much much more! Check out the corn maze before it closes for the season!
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    The State Fair of Louisiana is in town again and if you’ve ever been to the Fair, you know the exciting thriller rides and super eye-popping attractions aren’t the only things that make it such an electrifying Shreveport-Bossier City fall tradition. It’s the traditional and ever-changing quirky food like Bacon-Covered Caramel Apples, Donut Burgers and Deep Fried Watermelon.

    The Fair opens this morning, Thursday, October 22, at 10 a.m. and is here through November 11. It will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, and ticket prices are $10-$75.

    If you're planning to go this weekend, it may be a good idea to pack an umbrella as there's a 20% chance of rain today, the same for tomorrow, 90% on Saturday and a whopping 100% on Sunday.

    Have fun and be safe.
  • Paul Bratlie
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
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    Shreveport, LA
    If you’re looking for a fitness club with a fun, comfortable, ever changing workout; look no further than Sleek Physique fitness center. A boutique style fitness club, Lauren LeBlanc and her staff are dedicated to helping you reach your fitness goals through an array of classes. No more monotonous cardio! Come mix it up with Shreveport's number one voted fitness studio (2015 SB Magazine).

    Body-pump, yoga, spin, turbo kick, and the highly coveted Celebrity Barre are just a few of the trendy, high energy classes offered here. Located in the middle of town off of Line Ave, it’s a must try! With an offer of four free trial classes, you have nothing to lose; other than unwanted fat!
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    As you head out shopping today, keep in mind that you can save by paying no state taxes on eligible purchases. Keep in mind that firearms eligible are only those that can be legally sold or purchased in the state of Louisiana. Other Items include accessories for hunting, off road vehicles and tree stands. A samples of accessories include, hunting clothing and shoes and any protective gear, among lots of others. When in doubt, just ask before checking out.

    There's going to be a lot of traffic, so please be patient, careful and safe during this holiday weekend.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    FYI. Today is the third and final day of the Geek Con. You can hang out with your favorite super heroes from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. If you attended, or plan to attend either the 9 a.m., 10 a.m., or 11 a.m. services at The Simple Church, which also meets each Sunday at the same location, simply take today's bulletin to the ticket booth for a discount on your admission ticket(s). There's also a great ticket discount for a family of four or more. Enjoy this month's Super Heroes Series and later some your old school real live super heroes.
  • Carolyn Coatney
    RE/MAX Real Estate Services
    TGIF! If you're still trying to figure out what to do this weekend, consider joining me and mine at the three-day Geek'd Con Convention. It kicks off today at 6 .pm., Saturday from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and runs through Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. It will cater to entertaining comics, sci-fi film and pop culture buffs. I'm anticipating the voice actors like Jim Cummings who's best known for the voice of characters like Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and the Tazmanian Devil. We'll also have the opportunity to actually interact with the stars and artists who will dress like their fictional characters and those attending are encouraged to dress in their favorite super hero attire as well. If you get to come, we'll be Batman and Robin with just the tee shirts. If you spot us, please say hello. The Shreveport-Bossier City Convention Center is located in Downtown Shreveport, next to the Hilton Hotel, at 400 Caddo Street. Have a fun and safe weekend.

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