Civil Rights Moved Here
January 15, 2018 – August 31, 2018
Civil Rights Moved Here: Louisiana Ahead of the Curve Exhibit is on view at The River Road African American Museum through August 2018.
Paddle Bayou Lafourche
April 5-8, 2018
From the wilder bayou origins at the Mississippi River, this 52-mile, 4-day adventure winds its way through a number of rural communities and several small cities. Paddlers will not only be treated to scenic natural vistas, but to a fascinating “backyard view” of this historic bayou.
Paddlers may pick and choose which day(s) to participate (from one to four days) and enjoy the bonding, camaraderie and sense of accomplishment that comes from going the distance on Bayou Lafourche–Donaldsonville to Lockport!
For more information email Kristy@btnep.org.
Click here to register.
St. Mark Light Lane Festival
April 6-8, 2018
Location: St. Mark Catholic Church | 42021 L.A. 621 Gonzales, LA 70737
Times: Friday 6-11pm | Saturday 10am-11pm | Sunday 11am-6pm
Each day we will have Bingo sessions, silent auction, country store, and much more! Friday we will have a Toddler and Tots parade, rides, games, food, and live music. Saturday will start off with a car show, sweets competition, mini pot jambalaya cook off, great food, live auction Saturday night and local bands performing. Sunday lots of great food and music!
Magnolia Classic LA Arabian Horse Show
April 6-7, 2018
Lamar Dixon Expo Center | Barns E2, E3, and E4
This show is sponsored by the Louisiana Arabian Horse Association. This rated show is sanctioned by the Arabian Horse Association, US Equestrian Federation.
This is a qualifying show for Region 9 Regional Championship Show and Region 12 Regional Championship Show. This show encourages and upholds the Code of Ethics of the Arabian Horse Association, the Sportsman’s Charter of the Golden Rule Book and challenges all exhibitors and show officials to treat one another with courtesy in and out of the ring.
For more information, click here.