Vivian Black History Festival and Parade
Celebrate at Vivian’s Annual Black History Festival and Parade. Visit historical sites like the Vivian Railroad Station Museum and more. Enjoy great music, food, family fun, and good ole Southern hospitality. Don’t miss the “Shop Til U Drop” vendors Expo. This festival is held the 3rd Saturday in February each year.
Vivian, LA 71082
Dinner Theater on Main
Enjoy a fine meal and a live perfomance of a play in Homer’s historic City Hall on February 16 and 17, 2019.
400 East Main Street, Homer, LA 7140
Louisiana Redbud Festival
Families looking for fun should check out Louisiana Redbud Festival’s all-day events including music on the square, a parade, food, and arts and crafts booths.
Vivian Townsquare, 100 Front Street, Vivian
Taste of Homer
Get a sample of all the great cooking in Claiborne Parish on April 6th at the City Hall in downtown Homer.
400 East Main Street, Homer, LA 71040
Benton Farmers’ Market
The Benton Farmers’ Market includes a huge number of regional producers as well as local arts and crafts vendors, ready-to-eat food, live entertainment and more. Check website for dates and times.
495 Simpson St., Benton
Sunflower Trail and Festival
View the beautiful, blooming sunflowers at Sunflower Trail and Festival along Hwy 3049 in Gilliam. Enjoy crafts, entertainment, food and family fun.
Along LA Highway 3049 between Shreveport and Gilliam.
Heritage and Harvest Tour
Spend a day in the country exploring the history and culture of the region. Historic homes and farms will be open for public tours as well as other points of interest including businesses, churches and attractions.
The Heritage & Harvest Tour begins on Hwy. 3049 north of Shreveport.
Along LA Highway 3049 and U.S. Highway 71 North, Louisiana
Mooringsport Cypress Festival
The Mooringsport Cypress Festival features live entertainment, arts and crafts, food eating contests, children’s activities, a parade and more.
Higgins St., Mooringsport
The Lumberjack Festival
Arts & Craft vendors, food vendors, free entertainment, a parade, car show, ice cream eating contest, firefighter competition, and timber sports show.
301 W. Church Street, Springhill, LA 71075
Main to Main Trade Days
Main to Main Trade Days is a shopping experience that reaches over 50 miles. The route goes from downtown Springhill on Main Street, then travels south to Cullen’s Main Street, crosses over to US Highway 371 and continues south into Sarepta, Cotton Valley and Dixie Inn, the route turns left on US Highway 80 and goes into downtown Minden. From there shoppers are directed back onto Highway 371 to Sibley and the parish line. The event includes store specials, antique sales, flea markets, garage sales, food vendors, bake sales, church bazaars, etc. This event is held held rain or shine.
Small Business Saturday
Come shop local in Homer and join in a downtown scavenger hunt on Small Business Saturday on November 24th on the square in downtown Homer.
503 South Main Street, Homer, LA 71040
Christmas on Caddo Fireworks Festival
The only fireworks show in North Louisiana presents local entertainment, concessions, clowns, family fun, Santa, and fireworks over Caddo Lake.
Earl G. Williamson Park, 11425 LA Hwy. 1, Oil City
Country Christmas Festival
First Saturday in December.
Vivian Townsquare, 100 Front St., Vivian
Benton Christmas on the Square Festival & Parade
Second Saturday in December.
Heritage Village Square, 417 Sibley St., Benton
Homer Christmas Parade
Come to the square in Homer and enjoy our annual Christmas parade which occurs on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Main Street, Homer, LA 7140
Painting and Art Classes
Join Main Street Homer and the Homer Cultural Distict for recurring art classes during the year. Check our website and FB page for updates on events.
503 South Main Street, Homer, LA 71040