Join the Ascension Parish Library in Galvez for the latest discoveries of a comprehensive archaeological survey of the site at Chatsworth Plantation, which includes a nineteenth century sugar mill. Chatsworth Plantation, built in 1859, is situated on the east bank of the Mississippi in East Baton Rouge Parish. It encompassed 575 acres of land along Nicholson Drive dating back to the nineteenth century. Until the 1780s, the property was the site of a Native American village. Julie Doucet, archaeological consultant with the LSU Rural Life Museum, will share the recent findings as part of Archaeology Month. Free. 6:30 pm at 40300 Highway 42, Prairieville. (225) 622-3339 to register.