Plaquemine Selectman Jimmie Randle is asking the public to donate time and supplies for a daylong cleanup at the Homestead, Magnolia, Laboring Sisters and Roscoe Cemeteries on Capt. T.T. Harris Avenue in Plaquemine on Oct. 3.

The cleanup is in honor of Professor Wendell O. Williams, a community-spirited volunteer who spent countless hours maintaining the cemeteries.

Volunteers are asked to bring supplies and meet up at Homestead Cemetery at 8 a.m. Supplies needed include paint, brushes, rollers, scrappers, rags, etc.

“We are urging everyone to come out and help us clean up our cemeteries,” Randle said in a news release. “Church, civic, Scout, school groups and individuals are needed. These are the gravesites of our ancestors, and we should take care of them.”

For information, contact Randle at (225) 776-4112.

‘9 to 5’ musical

The Iberville Community Theatre, a division of We Are the Difference, will perform “Workin’ 9 to 5” on the weekend of Oct. 9-11 at the City of Plaquemine Activity Center.

The curtain will rise at 7 p.m. Oct. 9, at 8 p.m. Oct. 10 and then at 2 p.m. for the matinee performance Oct. 11.

Tickets are available online at or at the Plaquemine Chiropractic Clinic.

There are a limited number of floor seats available.

Night of Halloween fun

The West Baton Rouge Parish Library, Museum and Department of Parks and Recreation are sponsoring an evening of tricks and treats along with family-friendly entertainment beginning at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 16.

The fun kicks off at the West Baton Rouge Museum with a scavenger hunt lasting until 8 p.m. on the museum grounds.

The library and parks department will have more treats and singalong fun with PBS television star and Emmy award-winning musician Farmer Jason from 6 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. at the Port Allen Community Center, followed by magician Chris Miller performing an illusion-filled comedy show at 8 p.m.

For information, call the WBR Library at (225) 342-7920, ext. 231, 224 or 227.

Historic Home bus trip

The West Baton Rouge Museum is taking reservations on a first-come, first-served basis for the Historic Home and Neighborhood Bus Trip to New Orleans on Oct. 15.

The bus trip is being offered in conjunction with the museum’s exhibit “House and Home,” which offers a historical perspective on what makes a house a home.

The bus tour will feature prominent historic houses on Esplanade Avenue and others in the Crescent City’s most historic neighborhoods.

A box lunch will be served during the afternoon tour.

The bus leaves the West Baton Rouge Museum at 7 a.m. and will return at 5 p.m.

Tickets are $95 each. Space is limited and nonrefundable tickets must be purchased in advance. Reservations are required.

For information, call (225) 336-2422, ext. 15, or visit

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