Abbeville's Giant Omelet Celebration, Abbeville, Nov.3-4. Information, (337) 893-0013.

Northern Louisiana

Oct. 5-6. Robeline Heritage Festival, El Camino Rio, Natchitoches, (318) 472-3405.
Oct. 6. Lake Claiborne Car and Bike Show, Lake Claiborne State Park, Homer, (318) 927-2976.
Oct. 6. Indian Games, Poverty Point State Historic Site, Epps, (318) 926-5492.
Oct. 6. Take-A-Kid Mountain Biking Day, Lake D’Arbonne State Park, Farmerville, (318) 368-2086.
Oct. 6. Winter Quarters during the Civil War, Winter Quarters State Historic Site, Newellton, (318) 467-9750.
Oct. 9-13. Annual Webster Parish Fair, Mindon Fairgrounds, Minden, (318) 377-4240.
Oct. 11-13. Creole Heritage Day Celebration, Natchitoches, (318) 357-6685.
Oct. 12-13. 24th Annual Lumberjack Festival, Spring Hill Civic Center, Springhill, (318) 377-4240.
Oct. 13. Louisiana Art and Folk Festival, downtown, Columbia, (318) 649-6722.
Oct. 13. Story Telling. Winter Quarters State Historic Site, Newellton, (318) 467-9750.
Oct. 13. Leaf Change and Fall Hayride, Lake Claiborne State Park, Homer, (318) 467-9750.
Oct. 13. 9th Annual Main Street Car and Motorcycle Show and Antique Tractor and Engine Show, Springhill, (318) 377-4240.
Oct. 13-14. St. Augustine Catholic Church Fair, Melrose, (318) 379-2521.
Oct. 13-14. 53rd Annual Historic Town Homes and Cane River Plantations Tour, Natchitoches, (800) 259-1714.
Oct. 20. Adais Caddo Pow Wow, Native American festival, Adais Cultural Center, Robeline, (318) 472-1007.
Oct. 20. Night Hike, Poverty Point State Historic Site, Epps, (318) 926-5492.
Oct. 20. Halloween Hayride/Storytelling, Lake Claiborne State Park, Homer, (318) 927-2976.
Oct. 26 & 27. Haunted Hike, Lake Bistineau State Park, Doyline, (318) 745-3503.
Oct. 27. Ghosts of the Civil War, Mansfield State Historic Site, Mansfield, (318) 872-1474.
Nov. 2-3. Main to Main Trade Days, Springhill to Sibley (50 miles), (318) 377-4240.
Nov. 2-4. Pecan Festival, downtown, Colfax, (318) 627-3196.
Nov. 8-11. The Traveling Vietnam Veterans Wall, Minden, (318) 377-4240.
Nov.10. The Ghost Walk, Historic Minden Cemetery, Minden, (318) 377-4240.
Nov. 10. Art on Broadway, Minden Civic Center, (318) 377-4042.
Nov. 16-17. Louisiana Crafts Guild Holiday Fair, Natchitoches Event Center, (318) 238-7502.
Nov. 18. Natchitoches Annual Festival of Lights, downtown, Natchitoches, (318) 352-8072.
Nov. 24. Springhill-North Webster Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, Main Street, Springhill, (318) 377-4240.
Dec. 3. Christmas in Dubach, downtown, Dubach, (318) 777-3321
Dec. 8. Memories of Christmas Past: Historic Home Tour, Minden, (318) 377-4240.

Central Louisiana
Saturdays. Bald Eagle Hike, South Toledo Bend State, Anacoco, (888) 398-4770.
Throughout October. Living History, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site, Natchitoches, (888) 677-7853.
Oct. 1-7. New Deal Archaeology, Marksville State Historic SIte, Marksville, (888) 253-8954.
Oct. 6. Ancient Religion, Pottery and Astronomy, Marksville State Historic Site, Marksville, (888) 253-8954.
Oct. 6. Nature Video, South Toledo Bend State Park, Anacoco, (888) 398-4770.
Oct. 6. Cottonport Museum Quilt Show and Sale, Avoyelles, (318) 253-0585.
Oct. 13. Homes for the Birds, South Toledo Bend State Park, Anacoco, (888) 398-4770.
Oct. 20. Wash & Wax, Fort Jessup State Historic Site, Many, (888) 677-5378.
Oct. 26. Myths & Legends, Marksville State Historic Site, Marksville, (888) 253-8954.
Oct. 27 & 28. The 6th Annual Haunted Museum Tour, Rebel State Historic Site, Marthaville, (888) 677-3600.
Oct. 27. Wash & Wax, Fort Jessup State Historic Site, Many, (888) 677-5378.
Oct. 27. Fall Hayride, South Toledo Bend State Park, Anacoco, (888) 398-4770.

Greater New Orleans
Throughout October. Fanfare: Celebration of the arts, humanities and sciences, Southeastern Louisiana University Campus and Columbia Theatre, Hammond, (985) 543-4366.
Oct. 3-7. Tangipahoa Parish Fair, Amite, Tangipahoa Parish Fairgrounds, (985) 748-5537.
Oct. 4. Archaeology Day for Students, Fairview-Riverside State Park, Madisonville, (888) 677-3247.
Oct. 5. Gospel Concert, Good News Fellowship Church, Tickfaw, (985) 634-8805.
Oct. 5. Threatened & Endangered Animals: Brown Pelicans, Fontainbleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3247.
Oct. 5-7. Ponchatoula Oktoberfest, Ponchatoula, (985) 634-8805.
Oct. 5-7. Gretna Heritage Festival, Gretna, Gretna Market, (504) 363-1580.
Oct. 7. Party in the Park at Catfish, Bourgeois Park, Westwego, (504) 348-3928.
Oct. 7. Horse Show, Terrebonne Livestock Association at the Houma Airbase Arena, Houma, (985) 594-7545.
Oct. 10. EnCourage Support Group Meeting: Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, EnCourage Hospital, New Orleans (504) 899-2800.
Oct. 12. Threatened & Endangered Animals: Bald Eagles, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3247.
Oct. 12&13. Traffic and Transportation Rodeo, Grand Isle, (985) 787-2997.
Oct. 12-14. Bridge City Gumbo Festival, Bridge City, (504) 436-4712.
Oct. 12-14. Voice of the Wetlands Festival 2007, Southdown Plantain House/ The Terrebonne Museum, Houma, (985) 798-5665.
Oct. 13. Big Band Bash, Houma Municipal Auditorium, Houma, (985) 594-2266.
Oct. 13. Berry Patch Quilt & Art Expo, Ponchatoula, (985) 386-7600.
Oct. 13. Bird Walk, Bayou Segnette State Park, Westwego, (888) 677-2296.
Oct. 14. “Can I eat that?” Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3247.
Oct. 13 & 20. Nature Bike Ride on the Tammany Trace, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888)677-3247.  
Oct. 18. Bon Appetit-food tasting festival, Amite Community Center,Amite, (985) 748-5537.
Oct. 19. Threatened & Endangered Animals: American Alligators, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3247.
Oct. 19-21. Grand Boise Cajun/Swamp Pop/Zydeco Music Festival, Grand Bois Park, Terrebonne, (985) 594-7410.
Oct. 19-21. Bayou Dularge 22nd Annual KC Fishing Rodeo, St. Eloi KC Home, Theriot, (985) 876-0728.
Oct. 19-21. 36th Annual Louisiana Gumbo Festival, Chackbay/Choupic Fairgrounds, north of Thibodaux, (985) 633-7789.
Oct. 20. Cruise-in Ponchatoula, Ponchatoula, Downtown Ponchatoula, (985) 386-8673.
Oct. 20. History Hayride, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3668.
Oct .20. Just Kids at Art, 243 Barrow St., Houma, (985) 851-3364.
Oct. 20. SLECA Farmer’s Market and Craft Festival, 2028 Coteau Road, Houma (985)868-2732.
Oct. 20-21. Old Farmers Day & Horse Pull, Todd Brunett Dairy Farm, Loranger, (985) 878-2360.
Oct. 20-21. Annual Fall Rodeo, Houma Airbase, Houma, (982) 594-7545.
Oct. 26. Artscare, Artspace, Shreveport, (318) 673-6500.
Oct. 26. Downtown Live After 5, Downtown Courthouse Square, Houma, (985) 873-6408.
Oct. 26&27. Halloween Hayride, Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, (888) 677-3668.
Oct. 26-28. Bucktown Seafood Festival, Metairie, (504)833-8224.
Oct. 26-28. French Food Festival, Larose Regional Park, Larose, (985)693-7355.
Oct. 27. Halloween Hayride & Hoopla, Fairview-Riverside State Park, Madisonville, (888) 677-3247.  
Oct. 27. Annual Fall Festival, 422 Valhi Blvd., Houma, (985) 879-1865.
Oct. 27. Bats, Bayou Segnette State Park, Westwego, (888) 677-2296.
Oct. 27 & 28. October Fest, Gretna, (888)4-GRETNA.
Oct. 27. American Heart Association Walk, Southdown Plantation/ The Terrebonne Museum, Houma, (985) 851-3479.
Oct. 27-31. Spirit of Halloween, Global Wildlife Center, Folsom, (985)796-3585.
Oct. 28. Halloween Bash, Heritage Park Rivertown, Kenner, (504) 268-7293.
Nov. 2. Gospel Concert, Good News Fellowship Church, Tickfaw, (985)634-8805.
Nov. 2-4. Iron Eagle Motorcycle Rally, Hidden Oaks Family Campground, Hammond (225) 276- 3008.
Nov. 3-Dec.9. Louisiana Renaissance Festival, Louisiana Renaissance Grounds, Hammond, (985) 429-9992.
Nov. 3. 15 Mile Yard Sale, Friendship church Rd., Husser, (985) 748-7813.
Nov. 3. Southdown Fall Marketplace Arts & Crafts Fair, 1208 Museum Dr., Houma, (985) 851-0154.
Nov.8- 18. “Bitter Sweet Chocolate,” 7829 Main Street, Houma, (985) 876-4278.
Nov. 8. Veterans Day Celebration, Kenner, (504) 468-7293.
Nov. 9-11. Westwego Cypress Swamp Fest, Westwego, (504)436-0612.
Nov. 9. Cut Off Youth Center Fair, Youth Center, Cut Off, (985) 632-7616.
Nov. 10. “Brunner Gallery: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition,” Brunner Gallery, downtown, Covington, (985) 893-0444.
Nov. 10. Thibodaux Fall Festival, Historic Downtown, Thibodaux, (985) 446-1187.
Nov.10. Fall Swamp Pop Music Festival, Hidden Oaks Family Campground, Hammond, (985) 345-9244.
Nov.10-11. Downtown on the Bayou, Court House, downtown, Houma, (985) 873-6408.
Nov. 10-11. Three Rivers Art Festival, downtown, Covington, (985) 871-4141.
Nov. 11. Veteran’s Day Celebration, Gretna Market, Gretna, (504) 363-1580.
Nov. 11. Horse Show, Houma Airbase, Houma, (985) 580-2445.
Nov. 14. EnCourage Support Group Meeting: Nutrition during and after treatment, EnCourage Hospital, New Orleans, (504) 899-2800.
Nov.16. Starry Night, downtown, Hammond, (985) 542-3471.
Nov. 17-18. Camp Moore Annual Civil War Living History Encampment, Camp Moore Confederate Museum, Tangipahoa, (985) 229-2438.
Nov. 21. Downtown Live After 5, Courthouse Square, downtown, Houma, (985) 873-6408.
Nov. 23-25. LIHA Fall Pow Wow, Hidden Oaks Family Campground, Hammond, (504) 367-1375.
Nov. 24. Ponchatoula’s Country Market Christmas Open House, Ponchatoula, (985) 687-4090.
Nov. 25-Dec. 1. Christmas in the Pines, Apostolic Campground, Independence, (985) 345-4457.
Nov. 30. Wings over Wetlands Birding Festival, Barataria, (504) 689-4757.
Dec. 1-25. Christmas Nights Holiday Lights, Zemurray Park, Hammond, (985) 542-3700.
Dec. 1. Hammond Christmas Parade, Streets of Hammond, Hammond, (985)345-4457.
Dec. 1. Reindeer Games, Global Wildlife Center, Folsom, (985) 974-0507.
Dec. 1. Santa on the Bayou, Houma, (985) 594-2067.
Dec. 2. La Vie du Bayou Christmas Party, Montegut Recreation, Houma, (985)594-4960.
Dec. 2. Lumiere dan les Chenes sur le Bayou, Houma, (985) 594-4960.
Dec. 2. A Bayou Christmas, Larose Regional Park & Civic Center, Larose, (985) 693-7335.
Dec. 2. Thibodaux Christmas Parade, streets of Downtown Thibodaux, (985) 446-1187.
Dec. 2. Lockport Christmas Parade, streets of Lockport, (985) 532-3117.
Dec. 2. Christmas Carols, HPL at the River, Gretna, (888) 4-GRETNA.
Dec. 3. 7th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Program, Grand Isle, (985) 787-2997.
Dec. 7. Christmas Lights & lighting of the City Tree, Ponchatoula, (985) 969-7722.
Dec. 7. Once Upon a Cajun Christmas Parade, Terrebonne High School, Houma, (985) 873-6408.
Dec. 7-8. Festival of Bonfires, Lutcher, (225) 869-1717.
Dec. 8. Ponchatoula Christmas Parade, downtown, Ponchatoula, (985) 386-2533.
Dec. 12. EnCourage Support Group Meeting: Dealing with Holiday Stress through massage therapy, EnCourage Hospital, New Orleans, (504) 899-2800.
Dec. 13. Southdown Holiday Party, Houma, (985) 873-6408.
Dec. 15. Ala Bayou Terrebonne Christmas  Boat Parade, Houma, (985) 876-3230.
Dec. 15. Children’s Christmas Parade, Houma, (985) 851-7209.

Cajun Country
Thursdays. An Exploration of Culture, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville (337) 394-3754.
Oct. 2-Nov.28. “Acadiana”, Le Musee de La Ville de Kaplan, Abbeville, (337) 643-1528.
Oct. 3-4. Coastal Shrine Club Circus, SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 5. SugaSheaux Team Penning, SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 5-7. Louisiana Cattle Festival, music, food, livestock show, etc., downtown, Abbeville, (337) 893-6328.
Oct. 6. SugaSheaux No. 7 (Finals), SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 6. Latin Music Festival, sponsored by the Association Cultural Latino Acadiana (ACLA), Parc International, Lafayette, (337) 298-6486.
Oct. 6. What’s for dinner? Sam Houston Jones State Park, Lake Charles, (888) 677-7264.
Oct. 6. Park Slide Program, Lake Fausse Pointe State Park, Lake Charles, (888) 677-7264.
Oct. 6. Guided Hike, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte, (888) 677-2900.
Oct. 6. Shadows-on-the-Teche Arts & Crafts Festival, Shadows-on-the Teche, New Iberia, (877) 200-4924.
Oct. 6-7. Roberts Cove Germanfest, St. Leo’s Catholic Church, Rayne, (337) 344-8354.
Oct. 6-7. Lake Area Exotic Bird Show, Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, (800) 456-SWLA.
Oct. 5-7. Louisiana Cattle Festival, downtown, Abbeville, (337) 893-6328.
Oct. 8-13. Fire Safety Week, Children’s Museum, Lake Charles, (337) 232-3737.
Oct. 10. Attakapas Trade Days, Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site, St. Martinville, (888) 677-2900.
Oct. 12. Louisiana’s Paradise symposium, Acadiana Center for the Arts, downtown, Lafayette, (337) 482-6027.
Oct. 12-14. SugArena American Cutting Horse Competition, SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 12-14. 17th Annual Celtic Nations Heritage Festival, Lake Charles, (337) 905-2358.
Oct. 12-14. Festivals Acadiens, downtown and Girard Park, Lafayette, (337) 232-3737.
Oct. 13. Bird Hike, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte, (888) 677-2900.
Oct. 13. Going to Seed, Sam Houston Jones State Park, Lake Charles, (888) 677-7264.
Oct. 13. Chicot Lake Pontoon Boat Tour, Chicot State Park, Ville Platte, (888) 677-7200.
Oct. 13-14. Louisiana Crafts Fair, Girard Park, Lafayette, (337) 266-7999.
Oct. 13-14. World Championship Gumbo Cook-off, Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia, (337) 364-1836.
Oct. 18. Downtown Art Walk, Main Street, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 18-20. International Rice Festival, Main Street, Crowley, (337) 783-3067.
Oct. 19-21. Louisiana Gumbo Festival, Chackbay/Choupic Fairgrounds, (985) 633-7789.
Oct. 20. Canoe De Swamp, Lake Fausse Pointe State Park, St. Martinville, (888) 677-7200.
Oct. 20. Photo Scavenger Hunt, Sam Houston Jones Sate Park, Lake Charles, (888) 677-7264.
Oct. 20. Children’s Hour, Louisiana State Arboretum, Ville Platte, (888) 677-6100.
Oct. 20. Mammals, Chicot State Park, Ville Platte, (888) 677-6100.  
Oct. 20-21. AKJC Dog Trails, SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 20-21. Annual Tailgating Cook-Off and Fais-Do-Do, Loreauville Park, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 21. Pepper Festival, New Market Street, St. Martinville, (337) 394- 5264.  
Oct. 21. October Classical Concert, Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles, (800) 456-SWLA.
Oct. 21. Fall Carnival, Willow Wood Park, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Oct. 24-28. Louisiana Yambilee Festival, Yambilee Fairgrounds, Opelousas, (337) 948-8848.
Oct. 26-29. French food festival, Larose Regional Park, Larose, (985) 693-7355.
Oct. 27. Pandapalooza, SugArena Fairgrounds, New Iberia, (337) 369-6764.
Oct. 27. Animal Masks, Sam Houston Jones State Park, Lake Charles, (888) 677-7264.
Oct. 27. Bluegrass at Acadian Village: Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper featuring Audie Blaylock, Acadian Village, Lafayette, (337) 981-2364.
Nov. 2-4. Louisiana Swine Festival, Basile, (337) 230-1479.
Nov. 3. The Great Chili Challenge, New Iberia City Park, New Iberia, (337) 364-2273.
Nov. 3-4. Abbeville’s Giant Omelette Celebration, downtown, Abbeville, (337) 893-0013.
Nov. 9-11. Cut Off Youth Center Fair, Cut Off,  (985) 632-7616.
Nov. 10. Thibodeauxville Fall Festival, downtown, Thibodeaux, (985) 446-1187.
Nov. 17. Wild Game, Seafood & Jambalaya Cook-Off, SugArena, New Iberia, (888) 942-3742.
Nov. 23-Dec. 30. Safari of Lights, Zoo of Acadiana, Broussard, (337) 837-4325.
Nov. 24-Dec 31. “A Cajun  & Creole Christmas,” Lafayette, (337) 232-3737.
Dec. 1. Delcambre Boat Parade, Delcambre, (337) 685-4462.
Dec. 1- 31. Les Lumieres du Village d’Abbevilee, downtown, Abbeville, (337) 898-4110.
Dec. 1-23. Noel Acadien Au Village, Acadian village, Lafayette (337) 981-2364.
Dec. 1&2. A Bayou Christmas, Larose Regional Park & Civic Center, Highway 308, Larose, (985) 693-7335.
Dec. 1-30. Christmas at the Alexandre Mouton House, Alexandre Mouton House, Lafayette, (337) 234-2208.
Dec. 1-30. Victorian Christmas Tours, Chretien Point Plantation, Sunset, (337) 662-7050.
Dec. 1-30. Christmas at Grevemberg House, Grevemberg House Museum, Franklin, (337) 828-2092.
Dec. 1-Jan.1. Rip Van Winkle Gardens for the Holidays, Rip Van Winkle Gardens, New Iberia, (337) 359-8525.
Dec. 2-25. Christmas Along the Cajun Coast, St. Mary Parish, (985) 395-4905.
Dec. 6. Christmas Stroll, downtown, Abbeville, (337) 898-4110.
Dec. 16-31. Christmas in the Park, New Iberia City Park, New Iberia, (337) 369-2337.
Dec. 31. New Year’s Noon, Children’s Museum of Acadiana, Lafayette, (337) 232-8500.

Baton Rouge and Plantation Country
Ongoing. “RIVERSPIRIT: Sculptural icons by Steven Schneider,” Schneider Gallery (by appt.), Donaldsonville, (225) 717-6006.
Fridays Ongoing. Nature at Night, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Saturdays Ongoing. Amazing Animal Videos, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Saturdays Ongoing. Nature, Naturally, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Saturdays Ongoing. Wildcrafts for kids, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Saturdays Ongoing. Eyewitness Video, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Saturdays Ongoing. Live Animal Presentation, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Sundays Ongoing. Backyard habitat for wildlife, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 981-2020.
Oct. 6. Bayou Sorrel Indian Mound Tour, Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site, Plaquemine, (225) 687-7158.
Oct. 7. Firepower. Port Hudson State Historic SIte, Zachary, (225) 654-3775.
Oct. 7. Bite the Bullet: A look at Civil War Medicine, Centenary State Historic SIte, Jackson, (225) 634-7925.
Oct. 12. Experience Atchafalaya School Day, Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site, Plaquemine, (225) 687-7158.
Oct. 13. Olde West Florida Day, Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville, (225) 635-3110.
Oct. 18. All Baton Rouge Day Aglow International Meeting, Baton Rouge Garden Center, Baton Rouge, (225) 753-7763.
Oct. 19. Fall Home School Living History Day, Port Hudson State Historic Site, Zachary, (225) 654-3775.
Oct. 20. Lost Arts Saturdays: Spanish Moss Preparation, Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville, (225) 635-3332.
Oct. 26-27. Southern Garden Symposium, Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site, St. Francisville, (225) 635-3739.
Oct. 26. All Hallows Eve, Audubon State Historic Site, St. Francisville, (225) 635-3739.
Oct. 26-27. Sweet Home Folklife Days Festival, Sweet Home Baptist Church Museum, Kentwood, (985) 229-5016.
Oct. 27. Civil War Burial Practice, Port Hudson State Historic Site, Zachary, (225) 654-3775.
Oct. 27. The Ghost of Centenary, Centenary State Historic Site, Jackson, (225) 634-7925.
Oct. 27. Cajun Day & Jambalaya Cook-Off, Tickfaw State Park, Springfield, (888) 294-2218.
Oct. 28- 30. Tow Boaters’ Reunion, Plaquemine Lock State Historic Site, Plaquemine, (225) 687-7158.
Nov. 15. All Baton Rouge Day Aglow International Meeting, Baton Rouge Garden Center, Baton Rouge, (225) 753-7763.
Dec. 7-8. North Boulevard Festival of Lights, Baton Rouge, (225) 389-3000.
Dec. 13. All Baton Rouge Day Aglow International Meeting, Baton Rouge Garden Center, Baton Rouge, (225) 753-7763.

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