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Mar 23, 2017
Offered as part of the Readings in Literature and Culture series sponsored by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Dr. Charles Elliott, instructor of history at SLU, will lead six sessions with open discussions supported by several texts.
History, Workshops & Lectures
Louisiana resident and artist Jill Hackney celebrates twenty years of representation at Ann Connelly Fine Art in a March exhibition called Le Marais, The Marsh, which will also represent the grand opening of the gallery’s new location.
Exhibits, Greater Baton Rouge
The East Baton Rouge Master Gardener Association will offer presentations on attracting butterflies and other pollinators and moonlight gardens today at the East Baton Rouge Parish Library in Zachary.
Gardening, Greater Baton Rouge, Nature & Outdoors, Workshops & Lectures
The Drowsy Chaperone i s a loving send-up of the jazz-age musical featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another.
Greater Baton Rouge, Music, Theatre
Forty chefs from the New Orleans area have been set a challenge: Who can make the best taco?
Cuisine, Fairs & Festivals, New Orleans
Mar 23, 2017 - Mar 26, 2017
Not ones to let the celebration of crawfish fixed-any-which-way-you-like-it remain an exclusively Acadiana event, Chalmette presents its own crawfish festival—and has since 1975.
Cuisine, Fairs & Festivals, Louisiana Gulf Coast
Are you known to bend an elbow? Then here's the fest for you. New Orleans Bourbon Festival (that's the drink, not the street) brings food, spirit, and culture to the Sugar Mill and Marriott Convention Center.
The Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program will be hosting a paddling excursion on Bayou Lafourche over the course of four days.
Games & Recreation, Greater Baton Rouge, Nature & Outdoors
Mar 25, 2017
Each year in March, since 1994, hundreds of Abita Springs residents have had their garage sales on the same day.
The annual Acadiana Dragon Boat Festival is coming to a two-hundred-meter stretch of Bayou Teche in New Iberia.
Acadiana, Fairs & Festivals, Nature & Outdoors
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