Tickets are on sale for the Cajun Country Jam July 4 Party in the Park at the Livingston Parish Fair Grounds, 13325 Florida Blvd., Livingston.

The event will feature stars from “The Dukes of Hazzard” television show and other TV favorites, including Barbara Eden, of “I Dream of Jeannie”; Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann on “Gilligan’s Island”; and Larry Wilcox, who played John on “Chips.”

Country music stars Tracy Lawrence and Mark Chesnutt are set to perform.

The musical lineup also includes Louisiana’s LeRoux, The Gillis Silo, The Chee Weez and a reunion of the popular ’70s and ’80s local country group The River City Good Tyme Band.

A fireworks show, rides, vendors, food booths and approximately 80 replica “General Lee” cars are on tap for the event.

“Not bad for a $20 entry fee advance or $25 at the gate,” producer Scott Innes said. “There’s something for the whole family to enjoy at a price that everyone can afford. And for that, you get to ride all the rides as many times as you like.”

Gates open at 9 a.m. and participants can bring lawn chairs.

Tickets are available at Livingston Parish Carter’s Supermarkets or ticketmaster.com.

Home-brew basics

Aspiring home brewers can sit down with LA Homebrew as they discuss the history of brewing, the current state of brewing and different styles of beer from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Denham Springs-Walker branch of the Ascension Parish Library.

LA Homebrew will brew a batch on site and go over what is needed to start home brewing, including ingredients and equipment, as well as the brewing process, fermentation, bottling and judging beer. Participants will smell and feel the ingredients of home-brewed beer and taste a nonalcoholic sample.

This event is for adults ages 21 and over, and registration is required. Call (225) 665-8118.

The Denham Springs-Livingston branch is at 8101 U.S. 190, Denham Springs.

Fitness games for kids

The Denham Springs-Walker branch will host a fitness game for children from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the meeting room.

“Wii Zumba for Kids” features music from artists such as Willow Smith and international dance styles.

The game is recommended for ages 7 to 12, but all ages are welcome. Participants are encouraged to consult their physician before taking part.

Contact Community Sections Editor Darlene Denstorff by phone at (225) 388-0215, by fax at (225) 388-0371, or by email at livingston@ theadvocate.com. The deadline is noon on Friday.