Acadiana Food Circle would like to invite you to celebrate National Food Day on October 27 at Heymann Memorial Park in Lafayette. Food Day is a free event featuring real food, children’s activities and live music. Event starts at 2PM and ends at 6PM. For more info, see www.greatharvestofacadiana.com
Saturday, October 27th is the 4th Annual Beast Feast on the grounds of St. Ann’s Church in Mamou. The Beast Feast is a wild game, fowl and seafood cook-off. Judging is at 11AM. There’ll be a silent & live auction, fun jump, prizes, music and family fun. For details call (337) 468-3159.
Every day people with Down syndrome are going to school, succeeding at jobs, contributing to the arts, and testifying before Congress. It’s important that schools and employers realize the potential of all individuals with Down syndrome so stereotypes and misconceptions continue to be broken down. Show that you support the Down syndrome community by joining [...]
A Benefit for Kenny “Animal” Richard is October 28th from 10AM-6PM at Cowboy’s Night Club in Scott. There’ll be an auction, food, beverages, raffle, halloween costume contest and live music by Joey & Wade Richard, Dustin Ray, Johnny Sonnier and many others. Admission is $5. Proceeds help to defray medical expenses. To make a donation [...]
St. Bridget Catholic Church/Sacred Heart Chapel in Lawtell is hosting their October Family Fest on Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28. There’ll be a jambalaya cook-off, bingo, family games, live auction, red beans & rice dinner, country store and music by CajuNation. For details call (337) 351-6622.
Downtown Lafayette comes alive with Downtown Alive! Performing October 26th at Parc Sans Souci is The Revivalists. Downtown Alive begins at 5:30PM with food and beverage concessions – musical performances are from 6-8:30PM. Concession sales help keep Downtown Alive free, so leave the ice chests at home with the pets. For more information, visit www.downtownlafayette.org
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