The TECHE Project is inviting people to learn more about the importance of the Bayou Teche.
The local organization is hosting their Annual Membership Banquet at the Little Flower Auditorium in Arnaudville.
The banquet is offering guests dinner, beverages and live music.
David Walther with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is there to talk about the Mississippi Rivers and Tributaries Project and how water is moved from the Mississippi through the Atchafalaya River and into the Teche-Vermilion watershed.
There is also a silent auction to raise funds for the TECHE Project’s mission to create a Bayou Teche Renaissance through raising awareness of the ecological, recreational and cultural values of the Bayou Teche Corridor.
You don’t have to be a member of the organization to attend the event. Admission is $20. It’s going on until 9 p.m.