7th Annual Sweet Dough Pie Festival
This event celebrates the unique history of historic Grand Coteau and a traditional treat called,
sweet dough pie. Every year pastry chefs and home cooks vie for the title in the sweet dough pie contest. A large variety of pies will also be available for purchase including fig, custard, lemon, blackberry, and other local, seasonal ingredients. Browse through more than 70 vendors of arts, handmade items, flowers and herbs, custom furniture, indoor and outdoor decor, while enjoying local cuisine and live music. Don't miss this opportunity to explore the gorgeous grounds at the Church or St. Charles Borromeo. Historical reenactments and trolley tours of St. Charles Cemetery where fifteen graves of historic citizens will take place throughout the day. Meet Dr. Millard, who treated, Mary Wilson, the beneficiary of the only miracle recognized by the Catholic Church in the United States. Also, take the trolley car for a narrated town tour featuring St. Charles Church and the cemetery, St. Ignatius School, the St. Peter Claver complex, and the Schools of the Sacred Heart. Tour Schedule: 10am - St. Charles Cemetery tour 10am - Grand Coteau Trolly Car Tour 11:30am - St. Charles Cemetery Tour 11:30am - Grand Coteau Trolly Car Tour 1pm - St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church Tour
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Monies raised will benefit the Grand Coteau Cultural Foundation.
St. Charles Catholic Church | 9am-3pm | Tours: 10am and 11:30am, Free Admission
337-945-4314 174 Church Street Grand Coteau, LA 70541 ADD TO MY TRIP PLANNER