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Feast On Wheels with Shreveport Green

Join us for the Annual Shreveport Green’s Feast, this year, on Wheels on October 15, 2020! You don’t want to miss this very special farm-to-table meal in Greenleaf Park!

Feast high-lights local chefs and, most importantly, our local farmers by serving a meal sourced entirely of fresh, in-season foods found within 150 miles of Shreveport. We invite you to celebrate our wonderful Northwest Louisiana lifestyle. This year’s Feast is made possible by Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport and Frank’s Foundation.

Feast on Wheels is a 5-course meal served to-go, you can either enjoy your meal at home or bring your own blanket and picnic in Greenleaf Park. There will be live music for guests to enjoy as they dine under the stars with friends and family!

Tickets are $75, tickets are limited so purchase your tickets today! Reserved table sponsorships are $750 (6 tickets included).
Click here to buy tickets!

Pick up your to-go cuisine from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

Live Music by The Slippery Slope!

Our Venue:

Provenance is happy to host this year’s FEAST. At Provenance, we share and support Shreveport Green’s vision and mission for our city. We are dedicated to responsibly developing a sustainable community, centered on a healthy lifestyle that promotes preservation and respect for the natural and built environments. The word “provenance” is a forestry term meaning “a preserved grove of trees”. At Provenance, you’ll find tree-lined streets and several protected, natural areas, in addition to our many public spaces throughout the community. Homes are beautiful, unique and incorporate the latest sustainable technologies, which our builders mindfully and diligently employ. One visit to our many community events throughout the year will reveal a vital community that encourages relationships among neighbors and a strong, secure neighborhood.

We’d like to thank Shreveport Green for the opportunity to host such a wonderful event, and we hope you enjoy your stay here at Provenance – whether it’s just for tonight or for all your nights.

Our Chefs:

Anthony Felan of Fat Calf Brassiere


Megan Chavez, Chef Megan Chavez


Blake Jackson of Whisk Dessert Bar and 421 Texas


Tootie Morrison of Abby Singer’s Bistro at the Robinson Film Center


Frank Harris of Frank’s Louisiana Kitchen


Eleazar Mondragon of Ki Mexico

Eleazar was born and raised in Mexico where he unknowingly started his culinary career; coming from a family of great cooks and by eating some of the delicacies that exist around Mexico. When he moved to the States at the age of 17 he started culinary school at BPCC in 2010, then moved on to Le Cordon Bleu in 2011. Now he and his family own Ki Mexico where he enjoys cooking for all of his customers and friends.

Preston Lowder of Lowder Baking Company

Preston Lowder is a Shreveport, Louisiana native, father of three, and owner of Lowder Baking Company. Preston – a former Neuro-ICU RN – and his wife Sarah began their culinary career by baking small batches of king cakes during Mardi Gras seasons. Quickly growing out of their home kitchen and realizing that there are very limited options for freshly baked bread in our area, Lowder decided it was time to take the leap and expand. Lowder King Cakes developed into Lowder Baking Company – offering local, fresh baked goods using simple, high-quality ingredients. 

Preston offers a new approach to bread making, using his knowledge and extensive training from San Francisco Baking Institute, while also applying his love of science and chemistry for the dough making process. 


See photos from past events here!




October 15
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm CDT
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Shreveport Green


Greenleaf Park
1955 Woodberry Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71106 United States
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