Acadiana 365’s Weekend Picks

Here's a peek at some of the events happening this weekend from Acadiana365.com.

Here's a peek at some of the events happening this weekend from Acadiana365.com.

ASL All-Out Ball-Out Dodgeball Tournament

The Acadiana Sports League is hosting a dodgeball tournament to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana this Saturday. The tournament comprises 24 teams competing in an all out double elimination for the title of "All-Out Ball-Out" dodgeball champions of 2013 with a portion of all proceeds going towards Big Brothers Big Sisters of Acadiana.

The tournament will be held from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, at Top Shelf Sports, located at 1616 Louisiana 89 in Youngsville. The tournament is open to all ages and registration is available at www.geauxasl.com. For more information call 337-258-5495.

Nue Moon Revue

The eighth installment of Lafayette's premier singer/songwriter showcase the Nue Moon Revue returns to the Blue Moon Saloon this weekend to shine a light on local talents including Danny Devillier, Megan Brown, Tommy Shreve, James Hebert, Jessie Lalonde and Andrew Toups with North Side Eric & The Southside Playboys kicking off the show. The event is hosted by Caroline Helm and features six more local artists who serve as a house band of sorts that backs up each featured performer.

The Nue Moon Revue begins at 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, at the Blue Moon Saloon, located at 215 E Convent St., with admission at $10. For more information visit www.bluemoonpresents.com.

Movies in the Parc: The Neverending Story

Downtown Lafayette's Movies in the Parc continues its spring series this Saturday with the classic fantasy adventure The Neverending Story, which follows Bastian, a young boy who lives a dreary life being tormented by school bullies until one such occasion when he escapes into a bookshop where an old proprietor reveals an ancient story-book to him, which he is warned can be dangerous.

See The Neverending Story at Movies in the Parc held Saturday, May 25, starting at 6 p.m. at Parc International in downtown Lafayette. Admission is a mere $2 and free for children 5 and under. For more information visit DowntownLafayette.org