The Livingston Parish 4-H Office is starting a community 4-H club with monthly meetings.

Anyone who does not have a 4-H Club at their school may attend the meetings and join 4-H as a member at large, a news release from the organization said. Members at large may participate in any parish-wide 4-H event, including 4-H shooting sports, sewing contests, cooking contests, and livestock shows, the release said. The first meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at the 4-H Office in Livingston, 29849 S. Magnolia St. Home-schooled students are welcome.

For information, call the Livingston Parish office at (225) 686-3020.

Art Attack

The Denham Springs Antique Merchants Association will present the second annual Art Attack from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at the Denham Springs Antique and Arts District in downtown Denham Spring.

Art Attack will feature original art by local artists, including jewelry, canvas art, sculptures and much. Artists will display their works in participating stores on North Range Avenue.

The event is free.

Candidate breakfast

Congressional candidates are invited to participate in a forum starting at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Forrest Grove Plantation, 8743 Stephenson Drive, Denham Springs.

The topic of discussion at the breakfast will focus on business issues.

Those who plan to attend are Edwin Edwards, Dan Claitor, Norman “Norm” Clark, Rufus Holt Craig, Jr., Paul Dietzel II, Cassie Felder, Trey Thomas, Lenar Whitney and Peter Williams.

The cost is $20 for members who prepay and $25 for guests or for payment at the door.

The deadline to RSVP is noon Thursday.

Korean War exhibit

A Korean War exhibit will be coming to Old City Hall this month.

Old City Hall is looking for Korean War veterans to participate in the exhibit.

A Louisiana Honors Medal ceremony will be Nov. 1 at Old City Hall, 115 Mattie St., in Denham Springs. A reception will follow.

Anyone from Louisiana who served in the military is eligible to receive this service medal, a news release from Old City Hall said.

Contact Old City Hall at (225) 667-7512.

Job searches

Patrons can learn about the Louisiana Workforce Commission’s new platform HiRE, an online resource for both employers and job seekers, at a free workshop that starts at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Livingston Branch Library, 20390 Iowa St., Livingston.

Registered users may post job vacancies, search for jobs, perform labor market research, sign up for virtual recruiting and more. Call (225) 686-2436.

Back-to-School fun

Magnolia Baptist Church, 21445 La. 442, in Holden will present a back-to-school fun day, featuring carnival games, moon bounces, free food and more from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The community is invited. For information, call Matthew Beisel at (954) 609-9307.

Geaux Cajuns

The Denham Springs-Walker Library will celebrate highlights of Louisiana’s Cajuns for all ages starting at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

The event will start with an interactive puppet show, “Little Red Riding Hood Meets the Long-Tailed Loup Garou,” an adaptation of Tynia Thomassie’s children’s book “Feliciana Meets d’Loup Garou.” Patrons can also listen to Cajun tunes and see authentic dances performed by Les Danseurs de la Capitale de Baton Rouge. Call (225) 665-8118.

Benefit raffle for shotgun

A raffle is being held to help Torrey Harris with the expense of chemotherapy treatments. The prize is a Bennelli Nova 3½-inch 12-gauge pump shotgun. The drawing will be Monday during the Albany Town meeting. Tickets are $2.

For information or to obtain tickets, call Edmond Harris at (985) 974-0984 or Henry Harris at (225) 664-7411.

Contact the Florida Parishes Bureau by phone, (225) 664-9058; fax, (225) 664-9710; or email, Florida@theadvocate.com.