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March 18, 2019

March 21

Go for the Gold

Who doesn’t want $10,000 in gold coins? That’s part of the draw when the Art Museum of Southeast Texas hosts its annual Go for the Gold party and reverse drawing fundraiser. Partygoers will have the opportunity to win a number of prizes, as well as enjoy dinner and an open bar, at this pirate-themed event. All proceeds benefit AMSET’s exhibitions and educational programs.

When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

Where: 500 Main St.

Cost: $100 per couple

Information: 409-832-3432, amset.org

March 22-23

Liberty Jubilee

Stoney Larue is the headliner at this family friendly celebration in downtown Liberty. Festivities include arts and crafts vendors, a barbecue cook-off, bake sales, a carnival and street dance.

When: noon-midnight Friday and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday

Where: 1829 Sam Houston St., Liberty

Cost: Free

Information: 936-336-3684, cityofliberty.org

March 22

Justice is Served

This fundraiser for CASA of Southeast Texas helps local children in foster care. The Casablanca-themed dinner will feature local judges and others serving as celebrity waiters. Other festivities include live and silent auctions and entertainment by Night & Day Orchestra.

When: 6 p.m. Friday

Where Event Centre, 700 Crockett

Cost: $75

Information: 409-832-2272; casasetx.org

March 23

Spindletop Rod and Classic Car Show

This will be the 35th edition of this annual event that includes door prizes, cash drawings and a $500 grand prize.

When: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Nederland Chamber of Commerce, 1515 Boston Ave., Nederland

Cost: Free for spectators

Information: 409-460-8556, nederlandtx.com

March 23

The Search for Missing Treasure

Shangri La Gardens will provide maps and compasses for families to search for treasures hidden in the gardens and nature center. Successful treasure hunters will get to keep what they find!

When: 10-11 a.m. Saturday

Where: 2111 W. Park Ave., Orange

Cost: Free, but registration required

Information: 409-670-0803, shangrilagardens.org

March 23

Reside Beaumont

Some of the city’s most unique artisans and tradesmen will gather under one roof to share stories of creating their own space in Beaumont and how their craft has impacted Southeast Texas. Featured speakers include Katharine Carmichael of Katharine & Company, photographer Keith Carter and Rachel Wilson of Wild Earth Texas.

When: 3 p.m. Saturday

Where: Jefferson Theatre, 345 Fannin

Cost: $10

Information: 409-838-3435, discoverbeaumont.com

March 23

Against All Odds

This stage play, presented by E.J. Tyler Productions, looks at the ups and downs of life, and reminds audience members to put their faith in God.

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Where: Julie Rogers Theatre, 765 Pearl St.

Cost: $20-$30

Information: 409-838-3435; discoverbeaumont.com

March 23-24

Festival of the Arts

See demonstrations of spinning, weaving, quilting and working at this two-day festival at Heritage Village in Woodville. Take a tour of the village or just relax and enjoy the musicial entertainment.

When: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

Where: Heritage Village, 157 Private Road, Woodville

Cost: $5, $3 for children

Information: 409-283-2272; heritage-village.org

March 26

Red Hot Chilli Pipers:

Scotland’s Red Hot Chilli Pipers, which claims to be the most famous bagpipe band on the planet, will take the stage at McNeese State University. Formed in 2002, the Pipers’ sound is a fusion of traditional pipe tunes mixed with sing-along anthems from a wide range of favorite artists such as the White Stripes, Queen, The Who, Coldplay and AC/DC.

When: 7 p.m. Tuesday

Where: McNeese’s F.G. Bulber Auditorium, 4205 Ryan St., Lake Charles, La.

Cost: $20

Information: banners.org

March 26

Family Portrait Luncheon

Sarah Bearden Smith, author of “Broken Beauty: Piecing Together Lives Shattered by Early-Onset Alzheimer’s,” will be the speaker at this event that benefits the Alzheimer’s Association.

When: 11 a.m. Tuesday

Where: MCM Elegante Hotel, 2355 I-10, Beaumont

Information: 409-833-1613