CFMA Workshops

Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve’s Prairie Acadian Cultural Center invites the public to participate in free workshops sponsored by the Cajun French Music Association Acadiana Chapter. The workshops will feature free accordion, fiddle, guitar and dance lessons. For more information, call (337) 457-8499 or visit www.nps.gov/jela . The Prairie Acadian Cultural Center is […]

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“Always…Patsy Cline”

Tickets for the Eunice Players’ Theatre summer musical, “Always…Patsy Cline” are ready for purchase. This musical will open Saturday, June 15, and continue June 18, 19, 22, 25, 28 and 29 with curtain at 7PM. There will be two Sunday matinees, June 16 and 23 with curtain at 2PM. The dinner theatre will be held […]

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Chris Landreneau Benefit

A Benefit for Chris Landreneau will be held on Saturday, June 1st from 10AM until at the Mamou Ball Park. They’ll have a washerboard tournament, fun jump, auction, food and drinks. Donations accepted at Sabine Bank. For details or to sign up call (337) 831-0532.

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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 June 1st is the Huval-Fuselier Cajun Trio, along with The Midnight Ramblers. Admission is $5. For details or a schedule call (337) 457-7389 or visit www.eunice-la.com

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Quebec students strip-searched during exam

Tenth grade students were strip-searched when a cell phone went missing during a final exam…   A school board in Canada has launched an investigation after school staff strip-searched 28 tenth grade students after a cell phone went missing during a final exam. The students at Cap-Jeunesse high school north of Montreal were told to […]

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Black Spanish teacher claims she was fired for using the word ‘negro’ in class

In the annals of political correctness run amok in American schools, this story — if true — is easily an all-timer. A junior-high school Spanish teacher has filed a lawsuit alleging that she was fired from P.S. 211 in the Bronx in March 2012 because of a misunderstanding over the word “negro.” The non-tenured teacher, […]

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