Hauntin Louisiana : Commentary Tours

Hauntin Louisiana : Commentary Tours

Spend some time with voices from the past at the St. Landry Catholic Church Cemetery Tours & Historical Reenactments in the Zydeco Capital of the World, Opelousas. This historical group tour will transport you back in time. Reactors focus on a chosen time period in Opelousas’ history and are dressed the part. You’ve heard of New Orleans’s famous [...]

Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival

Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival

The festival, located along the Bayou Teche, is jam-packed with events and activities to guarantee a great time all-around. Enjoy parades, carnival rides, a car show and more. If you’re looking for a little competition, sign up to participate in the 5k run or the sugar cookery contest.  The smell of Cajun seasonings and spices [...]

11th Annual Le Tour de Bayou

11th Annual Le Tour de Bayou

The ride will roll - rain or shine! When colorfully decorated bicycles start being spotted around central Louisiana, Le Tour time is drawing near! Join the Kent Planation House as it hosts the 11th Annual Le Tour de Bayou! Registration and packet pick up starts at 9 AM Thursday, September 16, with the ride beginning [...]

Red Stick Farmers Market : Baton Rouge , La.

Red Stick Farmers Market : Baton Rouge , La.

This weekend I am visiting one of my favorite markets in the area for some great shopping and Fun.So join Me in Baton Rouge,La this Saturday.... Red Stick Farmers Market: During peak seasons, we operate up to 4 weekly locations of the Red Stick Farmers Market in different areas of the city. Red Sick Farmers [...]

Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival

Louisiana Shrimp & Petroleum Festival

We honor the two industries that built our community during a five-day celebration! Our 87th Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Festival will take place Thursday, September 1st through Monday, September 5th. the Festival recognizes the working men and women of both the seafood and petroleum industries, which are the economic lifeblood of the area. The Festival [...]

IPA Day : Parish Brewing Company, Broussard ,La

IPA Day : Parish Brewing Company, Broussard ,La

Broussard, La The City of Broussard, Louisiana, boasts a rapidly growing economic climate to match its geographical one. Southern hospitality and charm combine with hot growth opportunities and cutting-edge 21st century technology in the heart of Cajun Country. Originally named Côte Gelée (Frozen Hills) because of its hilly ridge area and the severe winter of [...]

The Healer Gardens : Le Jardin du Traiteur 

The Healer Gardens : Le Jardin du Traiteur 

The Bayou Vermilion District opened the Vermilionville Living History Museum and Folklife Park as a way to preserve and represent the Acadian, Creole and Native American cultures in the Attakapas region from the time period 1765-1890. Since its opening in 1990, the historic village has become one of Lafayette’s premiere tourist attractions welcoming more than [...]

Baton Rouge : Blue Zoo

Baton Rouge : Blue Zoo

It's Summer Road Trip time and we are going with the kids to the Blue Zoo. It's a first visit for us and can't wait to see everything . So join us at: Experience the Aquarium, Hands - On Environment at the Blue Zoo Baton Rouge!  Our mission is to educate and inspire in a [...]

Louisiana Sunflower Trail and Festival

Louisiana Sunflower Trail and Festival

The Red River runs south from Oklahoma to eventually join the mighty Mississippi River. Along the way, up in the northwestern corner of Louisiana, it divides Caddo and Bossier Parishes. Caddo Parish’s largest city is Shreveport, but that historic city is located in the southernmost part of the parish. The majority of Caddo’s land and [...]