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Non-profit fundraiser provides evening of rock climbing

The “Climb for the Museum and Norla” night hosted by Norla Preservation Project, FUNdamentals Society of Marlene Yu Museum and Rainforest Art Foundation, and Climbossier at Pro27 Athletics will take place Monday, Aug. 3rd from 5:30-7:30 pm located at 3700 Old Shed Rd., Bossier City, LA  71111.

The Shreveport-Bossier community is invited to help the Museum and Norla with this free with suggested $10 donation community event. All attendees will have a chance to win swag bags filled with local goodies when they sign up for the email list. Prepared Nutrition and Fleur de Crème will provide complimentary infused water, healthy snacks, and ice cream samples.

Multiple activities will be available for different ages and skill levels, including novice and experienced climb routes, and bouldering for small children.  Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian there to sign a consent waiver, age 15 and under must have supervision from a parent or guardian for the duration of the event, and children age 16 and older may be left with a signed waiver and picked up afterwards.

All participants must have closed toed, tight fitting tennis shoes in order to climb.

Climbossier is the first 24-hour climbing fitness-training center in North Louisiana, located in its parent gym, Pro27 Athletics, at 3700 Old Shed Road in Bossier City. We provide all levels of personal training, host group events, and focus on fun and fitness in a safe environment. We can be reached via facebook.com/climbossier.

The mission of RAF is to increase appreciation of nature through art. Founded in New York City in 2001 by artist, Marlene Tseng Yu, RAF strives to bring together like-minded artists from all over the world. RAF’s headquarters are located at 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101. For more information visit www.rainforestartfoundation.org or call (318) 717-9111.

Norla works to promote and support historic preservation in North Louisiana and to increase the appreciation of our local history and culture. More information can be found at www.norlapreservationproject.com or by calling (318) 548-3503.

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