6015 Old Boyce Rd
Alexandria, LA 71303
Phone: (318) 445-9800
Fax: (318) 445-2009
Melady House is a historical home that was constructed way back in 1905. This historical landmark is available for private events and celebrations; for more details, check website.
Mardi Gras is always 41 days before Easter. The Alexandria festivities culminate with a downtown parade for children followed by a larger family style parade on Sunday. The parade is attended by more than 120,000 people who witness the 24 floats and carnival crews plus the local marching bands.
Now celebrating its 40th annual concert season, the Rapides Symphony Orchestra presents a five-concert subscription series, plus a Pops Concert at the Riverfront Amphitheater. The orchestra sponsors an annual Concerto Competition for Louisiana students in two age brackets (10-18 and 19-25), a Youth Honor Orchestra, and music education for public schools through its
Located in the arts and entertainment district of historic downtown Alexandria, Louisiana, the Coughlin-Saunders Performing Arts Center presents live theatre, dance and music productions.
A nonprofit educational theatre for children of all ages that presents well known turn-of-the century children's classics and historical literature, nostalgic past and tried and true Broadway favorites, and much more with all stage productions being original adaptations with original classical music.
Join team mascot, "Alex the Ace," and see the Texas - Louisiana League 2001 Organization of the Year in action from May through September.
Established in 1948, this theatre company provides the best in live theatre to Central Louisiana with year round productions including high quality plays and musicals.