Delcambre Shrimp Festival

The Delcambre Shrimp Festival is August 14-18. There’ll be a street fair, food, drinks, games and music by Beau Young, Gene Watson, Wayne Toups, Geno Delafose, Mike Dean, Joe Diffie, Tommy McLain, Johnnie Allan and others. For event details call (337) 685-2653. For a schedule of events visit www.shrimpfestival.net

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Vermilionville’s Weekly Sunday Dance

Dance the afternoon away from 1-4PM on August 18th with Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band at Vermilionville’s weekly Sunday Dance in Lafayette. Refreshments will be available for this smoke-free all ages show at Vermilionville’s Performance Center. Admission is $5 for the dance only. For more information visit www.vermilionville.org

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Rendez-Vous Des Cajuns Live at the Liberty Theater

Rendez-Vous Des Cajuns live at the Liberty Theater in Downtown Eunice is every Saturday Night from 6-7:30PM. Performing on August 17th is Goldman Thibodeaux and the Lawtell Playboys, along with Hubert Maitre and the Triangle Aces. Admission is $5. For details or a schedule call (337) 457-7389 or visit www.eunice-la.com

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Vermilionville’s Weekly Cajun Jam

On Saturday, August 17th from 1-3:30PM, join Vermilionville in Lafayette for their weekly Cajun Jam led by some of the area’s finest musicians.. The free jam is held in the Performance Center of Vermilionville and is open to all skill levels. For more info on the jam host, visit the events calendar at www.vermilionville.org

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Acadian Culture Day

Acadian Culture Day is Sunday, August 11th from 10AM-5PM at Vermilionville in Lafayette. Acadian Culture Day will focus on family folklore and the activities planned for the day will include cooking demonstrations, boat tours and canoeing, artist demonstrations, games and crafts for children, table francaise, a genealogy station, dance lessons, sharing circles, film screenings and […]

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Louisiana- 200 Years Of Taste

Check out the exhibit “Louisiana- 200 Years of Taste” at the Prairie Acadian Cultural Center in Eunice. The exhibit documents the history of cooking from region to region throughout Louisiana. The people of Louisiana- the Native Americans, the Europeans, and the Africans- together melded their raw materials, their techniques, their labor and their spirit into […]

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