The Week Ahead: Our Picks for What’s Happening in Lake Charles This Week
We know, we know, it’s Monday. And, if you’re like us, you probably spent your weekend enjoying all the great happenings around the Lake Area. So, now you’re sitting at your desk wondering what to do this week. Here are a few of our picks:
Starting off the week, ACTS Theatre is continuing their auditions for their upcoming production, “Love, Loss, and What I Wore”. Auditions will begin at 6:30 PM and will conclude today. For more information, you may call 337.433.2287.
The day would also be a great day for a family dinner or outing.
Tuesday, head over to the Cash & Carry Farmers’ Market located at the intersection of Enterprise Boulevard and Broad Street. Fresh produces, activities, a community focused atmosphere and so many hidden gems you’ll be happy to explore. The market is open from 4:00-6:00 PM every Tuesday. For more information, you may call 337.802.5506.
On Wednesday, the Isle of Capri Casino & Hotel features their weekly ‘Karaoke with DJ David Verrett’ from 7:00-11:00 PM at Caribbean Cove. The night is sure to be a fun-filled collection of your favorite tunes, performed by all types of attendees.
Thursday, get ready for a scary treat. The team and volunteers aboard the USS Orleck Naval Museum turn over the Orleck where it will become the Bludd Vessel. For the full schedule and more information, visit: http://orleck.org/bluddvessel.
Also on Thursday, head to the Memorial Gym at McNeese State University and show your support for the McNeese State Volleyball team. The McNeese Cowboys will face off against Lamar. The game begins at 7:00 PM. For more details, visit www.mcneesesports.com.
This Friday, you are in for another scare as The Lost Hollows! Haunted Attraction officially opens to the public. For details on the trail, head over to http://www.thelosthollows.com/, but don’t lose your head.
An extra special edition to The Week Ahead, this weekend get ready!
On Saturday, begin the day in celebration as Luna Bar & Grill marks its 10 year anniversary. To commemorate the special occasion, Luna Bar & Grill owner, Dave Evans announced that Chuck Fest has been established to become an annual downtown event celebrating music, food, art and culture at no cost to attendees. Find out all the details by visiting: http://chuckfestla.com/.
Also on Saturday, support McNeese State by planning to attend the Saturday football game at Cowboy Stadium as the McNeese Cowboys go up against Nicholls. The game begins at 6 PM; reserved tickets are $20, general admission for adults 18 and older are $15, tickets for children ages 12-17 are $10 and tickets for children 12 and under are $5.