COVID-19: Christmas cancellations, closures and postponements in Acadiana

Posted at 8:11 AM, Nov 27, 2020

In the wake of Gov. John Bel Edwards returning the state back a modified Phase 2, a number of Christmas events that were scheduled to happen in Acadiana in the coming days have been canceled.

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The following list will be updated:

Calcasieu Parish:

Christmas at the Courthouse has been canceled this year due to hurricane damage and COVID-19 safety concerns. Residents can still enjoy lights and decorations at the courthouse; they will remain up until after New Year's Day.

Lafayette Parish:

Carencro Country Christmas at 9am - Dec 5th - has been canceled.

St. Martin Parish:

The town of Cathoula has canceled its annual Christmas Parade.

St. Landry Parish:

The city of Opelousas has canceled the lighting of the Christmas tree scheduled for Dec. 5 and the Christmas parade scheduled for Dec. 10.

Vermilion Parish:
The city of Erath has canceled Christmas in Erath, however, the lighting of the tree will still take place at 6:00 pm on December 5, 2020.