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Life Choices Baby Bottle Battle

Life Choices will be having the Baby Bottle Battle to see who collects the most change between OCS and St. Fredrick schools the week leading up to their football game, Thursday October 6th. You can also support Life Choices by buying a special Baby Bottle Battle T-Shirt. For more details, go to lifechoicesofmonroe.com, or call 323-2200.

West Monroe Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series

West Monroe Brown Bag Lunch Concert Series will be Wednesday’s all month at Noon at the Pavillion at 7th Square. Come enjoy lunch and a Free concert from a different artist each Wednesday in September. For more details, call 325-1961

Monroe Brown Bag Concert Series

The Brown Bag Concert Series for Monroe will be each Wednesday at 12N at Palace Park at 220 DeSiard Street in Monroe. There will be a different artist each week. For more details, call 397-6717.

Junior League of Monroe 5K Run, Kids Costume Dash and Fall Festival

The Junior League of Monroe 5K Run, Kids Costume Dash and Fall Festival will be October 1st at Forsythe Park in Monroe. Run sign up will be at 8am, then the Fall Festival with food trucks, games, music and much more will begin at 10am. For tickets and registration information, call 322-3236.

Celtic Fest

Celtic ( Kel tic ) Fest will be coming back to Kiroli Park, Saturday October 1st. There will be live music, artisan crafts, and fun for all ages. For more details, call 601-528-0758.

Kidz Con

Kidz Con, West Monroe’s first convention for kids is October 1st at the West Monroe Convention Center. There will be kid centered vendors, activities, games and much more. It will be from 9am until 5pm. For more details, call 396-5000.

North Louisiana Makers and Producers Market

The FREE to the public: North Louisiana Makers and Producers Market is set for Saturday October 1st at 1905 North 7th Street in West Monroe. This will be in the parking lot of Paramount Health Care. There will be artisans, crafters, livestock producers and much moremore. For more details, call Carla Nelson at 318-372-4753.

Monroe Symphony League Book Sale

The Monroe Symphony League book sale is Saturday October 1st and Sunday the 2nd, then again on October 7th and 8th. This is a huge sale of gently used books, records, and much more. There will also be CDs, DVDs, sheet music, art prints, puzzles and more. For more details, call 537-5171.

Unashamed Recovery Tour

The Unashamed Recovery Tour will be at Rescue Community Church on Jonesboro Road in West Monroe, Sunday October 2nd at 4:00. There will be live music from Given Grace and a testimony from Josh Hollingshead. For more details, call 322-2062.

2022 Scramble for Commerce Golf Tournament

The West Monroe West Ouachita Chamber of Commerce will have their 2022 Scramble for Commerce golf tournament at Calvert Crossing Golf Club, October 3rd.  The tournament is a 4-person scramble format with a shotgun start.  There will be morning and evening shotgun starts. There will be Putting and Hole in One contests, player’s gifts, and so much more. To register, your team, call 325-1961 

’83 – ’85 Combined WMHS Reunion

If you graduated from West Monroe High School between 1983 and 1985, there will be a combined reunion the weekend of October 8th. Please reach out to Rhonda Ward at 318-505-6663, or join the Facebook Group 1983-1985 WMHS Reunion for more information.

Fall Market at Alley Park

There will be a Fall Market at Alley Park in Downtown West Monroe, Saturday October 8th. There will be handmade artisan items, homegrown products and a food truck. There will also be a children’s pumpkin decorating station with take home pumpkins. For more details, call 397-6735.

Picnic in the Park

There will be a Picnic in the Park at Kiroli, October 9th from 12noon until 2:30. Hamburger plates with chips, drink and desert will be sold for $10.00. All proceeds will go to Lane Hodnett to purchase a service dog to help with Lane’s seizure disorder. Seating will be available to eat in the park, or a to go option will be available.

Walk To End Alzheimer’s

  The Walk To End Alzheimer’s Event that raises funds and awareness of Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia is Saturday October 15th at Kiroli Park. The walk will begin at 9am, registration begins at 8:30. For more details about the walk, go to alz.org, or call 325-1961.

Touch a Truck Trick or Treat

Touch a Truck Trick or Treat is Saturday October 15th at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center. It will be presented by Families Helping Families. There will be opportunities to climb and explore all types of trucks and other vehicles. It will be held from 10am until 3pm. For more details, call 361-0487.

Fall Celebration at Black Bayou Lake

The Fall Celebration at Black Bayou Lake is set for Saturday October 15th. There will be a lot of fun activities and booths near the visitor’s center. This will be a Free event. For more details, call 387-1114.

Super Saturday

Super Saturday at the Children’s Coalition Family Garden will be Saturday October 15th from 10am until noon. There will be lots of garden-based activities for children and adults. There will also be healthy cooking classes using locally grown products, and much more. For more details, call 323-8775.

A Night at the USO Chennault Gala

The A night at the USO Chennault Gala is Saturday October 15th from 7 until 9pm at the Bayou Pointe Events Center on the ULM campus. There will be music and entertainment plus food prepared by a local chef. Dress in 40’s attire and come for a lot of fun. For tickets, call 362-5540.

Relay for Life

The American Cancer Society of Northeast Louisiana Relay for Life to fight cancer is October 29th at the West Ouachita Wellness Park from 2pm until 10pm. There will be live music and various fundraisers. You can join the Relay for Life and get more details by calling 398-7248.

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