St. Landry Parish, LA

St. Landry Parish, LA

St. Landry Parish Tourist Commission | 337.948.8004 | www.cajuntravel.com

Here in the heart of Cajun Country, we host a wide range of events and activities for residents and visitors alike. Enjoy your stay in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. This printable listing of events was generated on www.cajuntravel.com!

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  • Apr 19, 2018

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    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Les Courdre Pointes Quilting Circle

    Prenant place tous les jeudis, rejoinez le groupe des francophones désireux de quilting en francais de garder ces deux aspects de la culture locale bien vivante. Tous les niveaux sont les bienvenus!

    Nunu Arts et culture collective | 13H30-15H30 | Entrée libre

    Taking place every Thursday, join the group of French speakers keen on quilting en francais to keep these two aspects of local culture alive and well. All skill levels welcome!

    NUNU Arts and Culture Collective | 1:30pm-3:30pm | Free Admission

    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • Apr 20, 2018
    Photo Not Available

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Le Café Cajun

    Du Café et de la discution, tout en français!—Le café et la conversation décontractée en français cadien. Aide à préserver le patrimoine français de la Louisiane dans notre coin du sud-ouest de la Louisiane. Apprendre, pratiquer et améliorer vos compétences Cajun français. Les participants se rassemblent souvent autour de la table et échanger des histoires cohérentes avec le thème choisi de la journée. Utilisation du français encourage, bien sûr, cependant les orateurs français partagent leurs histoires en anglais aussi, pour que tous le long de la conversation tous le monde puisse suivre. Hébergé par le Cajun Prairie chapter de OLLI à LSU Eunice, ces conversations auront lieu chaque vendredi, sauf avis contraire.

    9H-10H | Entrée Libre

    Du Café et du discutation, tout en français!—Coffee and casual conversational in Cajun French. Help to preserve Louisiana French heritage in our corner of Southwest Louisiana. Learn, practice and improve your Cajun French skills. Participants often gather around the table and swap stories consistent with the chosen theme of the day. Use of French encouraged, of course, however French speakers share their stories in English as well, for all to follow along. Hosted by the Cajun Prairie Chapter of OLLI at LSU Eunice, these conversations will take place every Friday, unless otherwise announced. 

    Continuing Education Building at LSUE, Room 117 | 9am-10am | Free Admission

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Photo Not Available

  • Apr 21, 2018

    337-761-6335
    1050 Andrew Gautreaux Rd.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Fête de la Nature

    Fête de la Nature is an event that combines arts, culture, food, and science for the purpose of education and fun! This free, family-friendly event takes place outdoors, on eight acres of land in rural Arnaudville, and celebrates each of these topics with hands-on project and special guest speakers. Crafts, nature and culinary activities will be led by local organizations throughout Acadiana. See below for a list of activities and participants. 

    Activities & Workshops 

    - Building a Habitat Nest Sculpture for Wildlife with Atelier de la Nature
    - Planting a Bee Garden by Cosmic Bees of Acadiana
    - Native American Inspired Three Sister's Garden Planting by Jardin de France
    - Art Activities by NUNU Arts & Culture Collective, La Reveil Cecilia French Immersion Program, and Alliance Française de Lafayette
    - Blue Bird House Building Workshop by Russel's Food Center
    - Food workshop by Atelier de la Nature
    - Camping & Nature Activities with Cub Scout Pack 30 Breaux Bridge 

    Presentations 

    - Wetlands Educational Display by South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center
    - Guided Star Gazing Walk by Kaan Dere 

    Plant Sales

    - Native Plants by Acadiana Native Plant Project
    - Heirloom Vegetables 

    Food Vendors 

    - Made from Scratch Cakes
    - Atchafalaya Basin Honey
    - Cayenne Chow-Chow 

    Live Music

    1pm-3pm - Luke Huval & Friends
    3:30pm-5pm - Maggie Rose Tauzin
    5:30pm-7pm - Amis du Teche

    Fête de la Nature is a program of Atelier de la Nature in Arnaudville, LA. Atelier de la Nature is a nature reserve and education center, aiming to inspire people to steward the nature in our backyards and learn how collectively we can protect these natural gifts for future generations. Their programs are offered in both French and English and include culinary demonstrations, nature walks, eco-workshops, and other arts and science-related activities. Atelier de la Nature is the brainchild of the husband and wife team, Dr. Brandon and Aurore Ballengée. Dr. Brandon Ballengée is an artist and biologist and his wife, Aurore is a sustainable food educator.

    Atelier de la Nature Grounds | 1pm-8pm 

    337-761-6335
    1050 Andrew Gautreaux Rd.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512


  • Apr 21, 2018

    337-457-7389
    200 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Rendez-vous des Cajuns

    Bring your dancing shoes to the Liberty Theatre's "Rendez-vous des Cajuns," a live radio show in the Grand Old Opry/Louisiana Hayride/Prairie Home Companion format. The show takes place every Saturday in Eunice, home to some of Louisiana's most popular Cajun music artists and the Cajun French Music Hall of Fame Museum. In fact, the show's emcee will even host each program in Cajun French with just enough English spoken, so that everyone can enjoy the history and stories behind the music and lyrics. Today's Cajun and Creole artists have their own original music but many also continue to play the traditional French songs they grew up hearing from fiddle and accordion masters. This event is a "must see" for Louisiana music fans.  

    April 7 - Sheryl Cormier & The Cajunettes 
    April 14 - Jay Cormier & Cajun Born
    April 28 - The Camp Jammers 
    May 5 - Ronnie Matthews & Throwdown 
    May 12 - Wallace Trahan & Rice n' Gravy 
    May 19 - Steve Riley & Cajun Creole Fiddle Masters 

    Liberty Theatre | 6pm-7:30pm | $5 Admission
    TripAdvisor  

    337-457-7389
    200 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535


  • Apr 21, 2018

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    337-457-8499
    250 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Prairie Acadian Cultural Center - The Cajun Way

    The Prairie Acadian Cultural Center in Eunice, LA is one of six interpretive sites available through the Jean Lafitte National Park & Preserve. The interpretive center in Eunice focuses on sharing the history and cultural traditions of the Prairie Acadians, French-speaking farmers who settled in and around the Eunice area. The center's Saturday program showcases the uniqueness of the area through a Cajun French lesson, quilting demonstration, live music, and a special Cajun cooking class in the demo kitchen. 

    Activities Schedule
    10am-12pm – Explore & Restore Crafts for Kids
    2pm-2:20pm – Quilting Lesson 
    2:45pm – Music & Dance Lesson 
    4pm – Allons Manger! (Let's go eat)

    It doesn't end there! Work off that rich cuisine with more dancing at the Liberty Theater's Rendez-vous des Cajuns.

    Jean Lafitte National Park & Preserve Prairie Acadiana Cultural Center | 10am-6pm | Free Admission 
    TripAdvisor 

    337-457-8499
    250 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

  • Apr 22, 2018 - Apr 26, 2018

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    337-453-3307
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Semaine de la Francophonie (Francophonie Week)

    Formerly known as La Semaine Francaise or French Week, this creative traveling placemaking summit takes place in Arnaudville and other communities in the Acadiana region with a series of mini-conferences. Presentations include a range of subjects including tourism, environmental sustainability, economic and social development, government, education, and folklife traditions. The summit brings together the expertise of respected scholars, artists, scientists, cultural citizens, and organizations, and each day takes place in a different community. Attendees represent Louisiana and the Brittany region of France for the purpose of critical discourse on creativity imperatives and processes. Each day brings a new experience, and with each, a deeper understanding of purpose, benefits, and methods for job creation within a cultural economy. Semaine de la Francophonie also includes an educational component geared toward high school students. 

    Day 1 - Dimanche
    Sunday in Arnaudville at NUNU Arts & Culture Collective

    Summit begins at NUNU Arts and Culture Collective, one of 14 nationally selected examples of successful Creative Placemaking and included within the 2010 “White Paper for The Mayors' Institute on City Design,” a leadership initiative funded by the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with the United States Conference of Mayors and American Architectural Foundation. The Keynote speaker is Ann Markusen, Director of the Arts Economy Initiative and the Project on Regional and Industrial Economics at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, and Principal of Markusen Economic Research.

    Day 2 - Lundi
    Monday in New Iberia at the Sliman Performing Arts Center

    New Iberia was founded on the banks of Bayou Teche in 1779 by a group of Spaniards from Malaga. It is the only extant town in Louisiana to be founded by Spaniards during the Colonial Period. New Iberia eventually became home to French settlers known as Acadians, who had been driven from Nova Scotia by British troops. The Keynote speaker is Malcolm White, who leads the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) as Executive Director.

    Day 3 - Mardi
    Tuesday in Abbeville at the Abbey Players Theater

    A tradition of great oyster bars runs deep in the history of Abbeville thanks to the first 19th century oystermen who used the Vermillion River flowing through town as an avenue to sell their fresh harvest. Abbeville remains a destination for oyster lovers who satisfy their cravings at a cluster of modern mollusk emporiums. The Keynote speaker will be announced soon.

    Day 4 - Mercredi

    Wednesday in Washington at the St. John Episcopal Church

    The third-oldest settlement in Louisiana, Washington is a former French trading post that flourished thanks to waters of Bayou Courtableau that run through it. The town was founded in 1720 and eventually rose in prominence as a steamboat port that brought cattle, sugar and other farm goods to markets in New Orleans. The Keynote speaker is Maria Rosario Jackson, senior advisor to the Arts & Culture Program at The Kresge Foundation, and an Institute Professor at Arizona State University where she holds appointments at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and also in the College of Public Service and Community Solutions.

    Day 5 - Jeudi
    Thursday in Lafayette at the Acadiana Center for the Arts

    Concluding Day takes place in the Hub of Acadiana and home of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Acadiana Center for the Arts, the Louisiana Division of the Arts Region 4 Arts Council. The Keynote speaker is Anne Gadwa Nicodemus, a choreographer/arts administrator turned urban planner. Gadwa Nicodemus leads Metris’ work. Recent Metris projects range from a Zimbabwean-focused case study of how creative spaces foster activism in repressive regimes (for Hivos, 2015) to an arts and culture plan for the small city of Grand Rapids, MN (GRMN Creates, 2015).


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    337-453-3307
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • Apr 22, 2018

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    337-754-5122
    1002 Noth Ln.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Bourré at The Brewery

    A Sunday afternoon at Bayou Teche Brewing is a great way to meet the locals. Each week the brewery hosts a front porch jam session, a French table, and a friendly game of Bourré. Bourré is a popular card game in South Louisiana. It's a trick-taking game, similar to Spades. If you don't know how the play, the locals will be happy to show you and even teach you a few new phrases at the French table. Local Cajun and Creole musicians often take a Sunday break to participate in the jam, a very casual gathering open to anyone with an instrument.

    Bayou Teche Brewing a is an eco-friendly microbrewery in Arnaudville, Louisiana. The brewmaster is using locally grown ingredients and crafting ales that complement the cuisine of the region, Cajun and Creole food. Bayou Teche Brewing is open to for tours in French and English seven days a week and also offers samples in the tap room! 

    Bayou Teche Brewing | 2pm | Free Admission 

    337-754-5122
    1002 Noth Ln.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • Apr 25, 2018

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    337-948-6263
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570

    La Table Francaise at Vieux Village

    Prenez une tasse de café avec nous et partager la conversation et le plaisir avec d'autres francophones. Tous sont les bienvenus pour que le plus dialectes sont parlés. Conversation libre et sujets ciblés sont tous deux encouragés. Ces conversations ont lieu le dernier mercredi de chaque mois sauf avis contraire. Venez découvrir la culture des habitants et des musiciens de la région. Si vous êtes chanceux, vous pourriez réussir à voir une performance improvisé.

    Whiteville School House à Le Vieux Village | 8H30-9H30 | Entrée libre

    Grab a cup of coffee with us and share conversation and fun with other French speakers. All are welcome as multiple dialects are spoken. Free conversation and focused topics are both encouraged. These conversations are held the last Wednesday of every month unless otherwise announced. Come and experience the culture with locals and musicians of the area. If you're lucky, you just might catch an impromptu performance. 

    Whiteville School House in Le Vieux Village | 8:30am-9:30am | Free Admission

    337-948-6263
    828 E. Landry St.
    Opelousas, LA 70570

  • Apr 25, 2018

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Every Woman Series

    Every Woman is a two-month-long celebration for and by women featuring a series of cultural events. The series focuses on art, spirituality, and social activities and invites men, women, and children to join in. Most activities take place at NUNU Arts & Culture Collective, an educational non-profit and arts incubator in Arnaudville, Louisiana. The collective advocates for Louisiana French education and hosts numerous events throughout the year in both French and English. 

    April 7 - Deux Bayou Gallery Women's Exhibit - 3pm-6pm

    April 15 - Special Drum Circle - 3pm-4pm

    April 25 - Women's Voices in Poetry, Short Story, and Music 7pm-9pm
    Located at Chicory's Coffee & Cafe in Grand Coteau, LA 

    April 28 - La Table Française - 9:30am-11:30am
    La joie des femmes qui guerit tour (The Joy of Women Who Heal Everything) 

    May 5 - The Amazing Journey of Womanhood - 2pm-5pm
    Short stories and group activities

    May 12 - Every Woman - 3pm-6pm
    Artist Meet & Greet 

    May 18 - Lauren Greene Whyte Quilt Drawing - 8pm

    May 26 - Stone Soup Sister Supper - 4pm-7pm



    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512


  • Apr 26, 2018

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    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Les Courdre Pointes Quilting Circle

    Prenant place tous les jeudis, rejoinez le groupe des francophones désireux de quilting en francais de garder ces deux aspects de la culture locale bien vivante. Tous les niveaux sont les bienvenus!

    Nunu Arts et culture collective | 13H30-15H30 | Entrée libre

    Taking place every Thursday, join the group of French speakers keen on quilting en francais to keep these two aspects of local culture alive and well. All skill levels welcome!

    NUNU Arts and Culture Collective | 1:30pm-3:30pm | Free Admission

    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • Apr 27, 2018
    Photo Not Available

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Le Café Cajun

    Du Café et de la discution, tout en français!—Le café et la conversation décontractée en français cadien. Aide à préserver le patrimoine français de la Louisiane dans notre coin du sud-ouest de la Louisiane. Apprendre, pratiquer et améliorer vos compétences Cajun français. Les participants se rassemblent souvent autour de la table et échanger des histoires cohérentes avec le thème choisi de la journée. Utilisation du français encourage, bien sûr, cependant les orateurs français partagent leurs histoires en anglais aussi, pour que tous le long de la conversation tous le monde puisse suivre. Hébergé par le Cajun Prairie chapter de OLLI à LSU Eunice, ces conversations auront lieu chaque vendredi, sauf avis contraire.

    9H-10H | Entrée Libre

    Du Café et du discutation, tout en français!—Coffee and casual conversational in Cajun French. Help to preserve Louisiana French heritage in our corner of Southwest Louisiana. Learn, practice and improve your Cajun French skills. Participants often gather around the table and swap stories consistent with the chosen theme of the day. Use of French encouraged, of course, however French speakers share their stories in English as well, for all to follow along. Hosted by the Cajun Prairie Chapter of OLLI at LSU Eunice, these conversations will take place every Friday, unless otherwise announced. 

    Continuing Education Building at LSUE, Room 117 | 9am-10am | Free Admission

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Photo Not Available

  • Apr 28, 2018

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Every Woman Series

    Every Woman is a two-month-long celebration for and by women featuring a series of cultural events. The series focuses on art, spirituality, and social activities and invites men, women, and children to join in. Most activities take place at NUNU Arts & Culture Collective, an educational non-profit and arts incubator in Arnaudville, Louisiana. The collective advocates for Louisiana French education and hosts numerous events throughout the year in both French and English. 

    April 7 - Deux Bayou Gallery Women's Exhibit - 3pm-6pm

    April 15 - Special Drum Circle - 3pm-4pm

    April 25 - Women's Voices in Poetry, Short Story, and Music 7pm-9pm
    Located at Chicory's Coffee & Cafe in Grand Coteau, LA 

    April 28 - La Table Française - 9:30am-11:30am
    La joie des femmes qui guerit tour (The Joy of Women Who Heal Everything) 

    May 5 - The Amazing Journey of Womanhood - 2pm-5pm
    Short stories and group activities

    May 12 - Every Woman - 3pm-6pm
    Artist Meet & Greet 

    May 18 - Lauren Greene Whyte Quilt Drawing - 8pm

    May 26 - Stone Soup Sister Supper - 4pm-7pm



    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512


  • Apr 28, 2018

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    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    La Table Francaise d'Arnaudville

    Prenez une tasse de café avec nous et partager la conversation et le plaisir avec d'autres francophones. La plupart des habitants sont présent. Ces conversations ont lieu le dernier samedi de chaque mois, sauf avis contraire.

    Nunu Arts et culture collective | 9h à 12h | Entrée libre

    Grab a cup of coffee with us and share conversation and fun with other French speakers. Most locals are. These conversations are held the last Saturday of every month unless otherwise announced.

    NUNU Arts and Culture Collective | 9am-12 | Free Admission 

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • Apr 28, 2018

    337-457-7389
    200 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Rendez-vous des Cajuns

    Bring your dancing shoes to the Liberty Theatre's "Rendez-vous des Cajuns," a live radio show in the Grand Old Opry/Louisiana Hayride/Prairie Home Companion format. The show takes place every Saturday in Eunice, home to some of Louisiana's most popular Cajun music artists and the Cajun French Music Hall of Fame Museum. In fact, the show's emcee will even host each program in Cajun French with just enough English spoken, so that everyone can enjoy the history and stories behind the music and lyrics. Today's Cajun and Creole artists have their own original music but many also continue to play the traditional French songs they grew up hearing from fiddle and accordion masters. This event is a "must see" for Louisiana music fans.  

    April 7 - Sheryl Cormier & The Cajunettes 
    April 14 - Jay Cormier & Cajun Born
    April 28 - The Camp Jammers 
    May 5 - Ronnie Matthews & Throwdown 
    May 12 - Wallace Trahan & Rice n' Gravy 
    May 19 - Steve Riley & Cajun Creole Fiddle Masters 

    Liberty Theatre | 6pm-7:30pm | $5 Admission
    TripAdvisor  

    337-457-7389
    200 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535


  • Apr 28, 2018

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    337-457-8499
    250 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Prairie Acadian Cultural Center - The Cajun Way

    The Prairie Acadian Cultural Center in Eunice, LA is one of six interpretive sites available through the Jean Lafitte National Park & Preserve. The interpretive center in Eunice focuses on sharing the history and cultural traditions of the Prairie Acadians, French-speaking farmers who settled in and around the Eunice area. The center's Saturday program showcases the uniqueness of the area through a Cajun French lesson, quilting demonstration, live music, and a special Cajun cooking class in the demo kitchen. 

    Activities Schedule
    10am-12pm – Explore & Restore Crafts for Kids
    2pm-2:20pm – Quilting Lesson 
    2:45pm – Music & Dance Lesson 
    4pm – Allons Manger! (Let's go eat)

    It doesn't end there! Work off that rich cuisine with more dancing at the Liberty Theater's Rendez-vous des Cajuns.

    Jean Lafitte National Park & Preserve Prairie Acadiana Cultural Center | 10am-6pm | Free Admission 
    TripAdvisor 

    337-457-8499
    250 Park Ave.
    Eunice, LA 70535

  • Apr 29, 2018

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    La Table Jeunesse

    Students of French wishing to socialize with other area French language students, and just have fun are invited to attend La Table Jeunesse. 

    Whether immersion or second-language, it makes no difference. Here all are practitioners of French, and all French is good French. As meetings progress, participants - you - will have input on games to be played, activities to devise, those things you wish to do - and of course - en français

    Ages 7-17 invited. La Table Jeunesse will be conducted in age appropriate groupings. Students must be accompanied by an adult.

    NUNU Arts & Culture Collective | Last Sunday of every month | 3pm-5pm | Free Admission | For ages 7-17 

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512


  • Apr 29, 2018

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    337-754-5122
    1002 Noth Ln.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Bourré at The Brewery

    A Sunday afternoon at Bayou Teche Brewing is a great way to meet the locals. Each week the brewery hosts a front porch jam session, a French table, and a friendly game of Bourré. Bourré is a popular card game in South Louisiana. It's a trick-taking game, similar to Spades. If you don't know how the play, the locals will be happy to show you and even teach you a few new phrases at the French table. Local Cajun and Creole musicians often take a Sunday break to participate in the jam, a very casual gathering open to anyone with an instrument.

    Bayou Teche Brewing a is an eco-friendly microbrewery in Arnaudville, Louisiana. The brewmaster is using locally grown ingredients and crafting ales that complement the cuisine of the region, Cajun and Creole food. Bayou Teche Brewing is open to for tours in French and English seven days a week and also offers samples in the tap room! 

    Bayou Teche Brewing | 2pm | Free Admission 

    337-754-5122
    1002 Noth Ln.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • May 03, 2018

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    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Les Courdre Pointes Quilting Circle

    Prenant place tous les jeudis, rejoinez le groupe des francophones désireux de quilting en francais de garder ces deux aspects de la culture locale bien vivante. Tous les niveaux sont les bienvenus!

    Nunu Arts et culture collective | 13H30-15H30 | Entrée libre

    Taking place every Thursday, join the group of French speakers keen on quilting en francais to keep these two aspects of local culture alive and well. All skill levels welcome!

    NUNU Arts and Culture Collective | 1:30pm-3:30pm | Free Admission

    337-754-7115
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

  • May 04, 2018
    Photo Not Available

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Le Café Cajun

    Du Café et de la discution, tout en français!—Le café et la conversation décontractée en français cadien. Aide à préserver le patrimoine français de la Louisiane dans notre coin du sud-ouest de la Louisiane. Apprendre, pratiquer et améliorer vos compétences Cajun français. Les participants se rassemblent souvent autour de la table et échanger des histoires cohérentes avec le thème choisi de la journée. Utilisation du français encourage, bien sûr, cependant les orateurs français partagent leurs histoires en anglais aussi, pour que tous le long de la conversation tous le monde puisse suivre. Hébergé par le Cajun Prairie chapter de OLLI à LSU Eunice, ces conversations auront lieu chaque vendredi, sauf avis contraire.

    9H-10H | Entrée Libre

    Du Café et du discutation, tout en français!—Coffee and casual conversational in Cajun French. Help to preserve Louisiana French heritage in our corner of Southwest Louisiana. Learn, practice and improve your Cajun French skills. Participants often gather around the table and swap stories consistent with the chosen theme of the day. Use of French encouraged, of course, however French speakers share their stories in English as well, for all to follow along. Hosted by the Cajun Prairie Chapter of OLLI at LSU Eunice, these conversations will take place every Friday, unless otherwise announced. 

    Continuing Education Building at LSUE, Room 117 | 9am-10am | Free Admission

    337-550-1390
    2048 Johnson Hwy.
    Eunice, LA 70535

    Photo Not Available

  • May 05, 2018

    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512

    Every Woman Series

    Every Woman is a two-month-long celebration for and by women featuring a series of cultural events. The series focuses on art, spirituality, and social activities and invites men, women, and children to join in. Most activities take place at NUNU Arts & Culture Collective, an educational non-profit and arts incubator in Arnaudville, Louisiana. The collective advocates for Louisiana French education and hosts numerous events throughout the year in both French and English. 

    April 7 - Deux Bayou Gallery Women's Exhibit - 3pm-6pm

    April 15 - Special Drum Circle - 3pm-4pm

    April 25 - Women's Voices in Poetry, Short Story, and Music 7pm-9pm
    Located at Chicory's Coffee & Cafe in Grand Coteau, LA 

    April 28 - La Table Française - 9:30am-11:30am
    La joie des femmes qui guerit tour (The Joy of Women Who Heal Everything) 

    May 5 - The Amazing Journey of Womanhood - 2pm-5pm
    Short stories and group activities

    May 12 - Every Woman - 3pm-6pm
    Artist Meet & Greet 

    May 18 - Lauren Greene Whyte Quilt Drawing - 8pm

    May 26 - Stone Soup Sister Supper - 4pm-7pm



    337-754-7724
    1510 Bayou Courtableau Hwy.
    Arnaudville, LA 70512