Experience the simple warmth and beauty of Christmas past as Vermilionville's historic village brings to life the holiday traditions of yesteryear. Visitors will learn about the traditions and activities associated with the Christmas and New Year's holiday fro French Louisiana in the 17 & 1800s. There will also be plenty... more »
Native American Culture Day will celebrate the heritage of our Acadian ancestors through oral traditions/storytelling, music, dance, cooking demonstrations, language and crafts. Admission is free to the public. More detailed press release to come soon. This event will take place on September 8, 2012 from 10am until 4pm at Vermilionville.... more »
Bayou Vermilion District's Vermilionville is hosting its annual Acadian Culture Day! Their will be celebrating the heritage of our Acadian ancestors through oral traditions/storytelling, music, dance, cooking demonstrations, language and crafts. Admission is free to the public. Live music provided by Cajun Trio followed by Feufollet. There will also be... more »
Le Festival Du' Bon Temps a Broussard is underway at Broussard Commons on Albertson Pkwy. The event runs until 11pm Friday night, then from 11am-11pm Saturday. The festival includes local bands arts and crafts and cajun and creole dishes.
Terry and the Zydeco Bad Boys headline this Friday's Music... more »
The 27th annual Frog Festival is hopping in Rayne. Events include the frog racing and jumping contests, poker run, and festival parade on Saturday. It gets cracking in Port Barre for the Cracklin Festival . Head to Veterans Memorial Park through Sunday for the big feast, which includes additional food... more »
It's a history lesson in Vermilionville. Dr. Whitney Broussard will be on hand today (October 13) discussing farming methods around the wetlands from the 16-hundreds and how the land has shifted over the past 300 years. There will be an interactive demonstration and a question and answer session. The free... more »