Downtown Gallery Crawl 08/7/2014 Start visiting nine galleries hosting the Downtown Gallery Crawl on either side of the Ouachita River. On Antique Alley in West Monroe, you can peruse the works of over 30 artists, all part of the Ouachita River Art Gallery. Then, crossing the Endom Bridge and turning right on South Grand, you can visit Livaudais Gallery, which always generously hosts guest artists. Backtracking a bit to DeSiard Street, you might then stroll down to the Palace Gallery, housed in the historic, now renovated Palace Department Store. Finally, almost directly across DeSiard, you will hit the mother lode—UPSTAIRS, the Big Room, the new Downstairs Gallery + Studio, Arender Gallery, Sugar Gallery, and MAD Gallery—all located on Art Alley (formerly known as North 2nd Street).
Moonlight in the Garden 08/8/2014 This month's Moonlight in the Garden features an evening tour of the first floor of the Biedenharn home, Coke floats, and an evening stroll in beautiful ELsong Garden. The walk through tour of the home's first floor will feature eight main rooms including the Fountain Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen.
Revolution Park presents: Whelen and Law Enforcement & Military Night 08/9/2014 Help support our Law Enforcement and men and women of the Military out at Revolution Park. Racing Action includes: Bandos, Thunderstock, Factory Stocks, Legends, Compacts and Pro Late Models.
Antiques, books and collectibles.
223 Trenton Street West Monroe, LA 71291
Tel: (318) 388-0048
Southern Living calls this “a shopaholic’s delight” that “has pretty much anything a shopper with eclectic tastes could want.” Discover blocks and blocks of unique stores in beautiful downtown West Monroe with everything from home decor, jewelry, clothing, European and American antiques, art and more. Stores are open Tuesday-Saturday, unless noted otherwise in each stores description.
Hours: 10:00-5:00 Tue-Sat; Some shops open Sun & Mon Cost: none
100-300 Blocks of Trenton Street West Monroe, LA 71291
Multi-dealer store, antique furniture, collectibles, home décor. Pat’s Emporium, a booth located inside, also features Fenton Art Glass, fragrance lamps and oil refills, reed diffusers, and fashion jewelry.