Enjoy concerts, plays and art exhibits.
City Artworks at 701 Main in historic downtown Minden.
The Piney Woods Palace, located in the Frank Anthony Park and Community Activities Center, welcomes stars from all over the world. Recent performers have included Mel Tillis, Willie Nelson, The Cox Family, and more. For more information about upcoming concerts, plays or events go to our Calendar Page, or call the North Webster Chamber of Commerce at 318-539-4717.
The Spring Theatre offers first run movies in a small town atmosphere on the largest screen in Louisiana. Reasonable pricing and discount specials offer affordable, first-rate entertainment. nightly with new features every Friday. Visit www.springtheatre.com for listings.
The Moess Center for the Arts & City Farm is a modest farmhouse, several floral gardens and a mandella garden planted by children enhanced with various public art pieces created by local professional artists .Visitors are drawn to the picturesque grounds that mix agriculture with art. The Moess Center for the Arts & City Farm is located just blocks from downtown Minden at the corner of Talton and East Union streets. www.artsinminden.com
Tantalize your senses at Easley Fine Art Gallery located at 511 Main Street in historic downtown Minden. View original works by local, regional, and national artists.
Located on Main Street in historic downtown Springhill, the Springhill Art League is open to the public. Here you can view art in a several mediums from a variety of local artists.