Lifetimes

a guide to festivals around the state march-april

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Cajun Country
March 1- April 4. Azalea Trail of New Iberia. Various Locations, New Iberia (888) 942-3742.

March 2. Teche Area Farmer’s Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 5-7. LA Reining Horse Association Cajun Slide. SugArena,
New Iberia (337) 365-1540.

March 5-6. Black Heritage Festival.

Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

March 6. Teche Area Farmer’s Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 6. The Great Gator Race. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 367-3277.

March 7. Top Rod Big Bass Classic. Marshfield Boat Launch, Loreauville
(337) 519-0400.

March 7. Shadows-on-the-Teche En Plein Air. Quick Draw & Photo Shoot-Out, New Iberia (337) 369-6446.
March 9. Teche Area Farmer’s Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 11. Louisiana Crossroads Presents; The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Sliman Theater, New Iberia
(337) 369-2377.

March 12-13. SugaSheaux. SugArena at Acadiana Fairgrounds, New Iberia (337) 365-7539.

March 12-14. Iberia Performing Arts League Presents “Guys & Dolls.” Essanee Theater, New Iberia
(337) 364-6114.

March 13. Teche Area Farmer’s Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia (337) 256-4971.
March 13. Alexander Art Studio Eighth Anniversary and Grand Opening. Central School Arts and Humanities Center, Lake Charles.

March 13-14. Home Show. Lake
Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles
(337) 475-5123.

March 14. Boys & Girls Club; Bowl
for Kids Sake. Bayou Pins, New Iberia (337) 364-6114.

March 16. Teche Area Farmers Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 20. Teche Area Farmers Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 19. Third Annual Thibodaux Downtown Arts Walk. Downtown, Thibodaux (985) 466-4004.

March 19-20. Iowa Rabbit Festival. Lawrence Toups Memorial Park,
Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

March 20. Festival of Live Oaks.
New Iberia City Park, New Iberia
(337) 369-2377.

March 23. Teche Area Farmers
Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 25-28. Iberia Performing Arts League Presents “Guys & Dolls.” Essanee Theater, New Iberia
(337) 364-6114.

March 26-27. Southern Extreme ArenaCross. SugArena, New Iberia
(337) 365-7539.

March 27. Teche Area Farmer’s
Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

March 27. Sweet Remembrances:
A Historic Cemetery Tour. Franklin’s Historic Cemetery, Franklin.
(337) 828-5055.

March 27-28. Southwest Louisiana Garden Festival. Burton Coliseum, McNeese State University, Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

March 28. Palm Sunday Tour of Homes. Historic District, Lake Charles
(337) 475-5123.

March 30. Teche Area Farmers Market. Bouligny Plaza, New Iberia
(337) 256-4971.

April 4. Horse show. Houma Air Base Arena, Houma (985) 991-1005.

April 10. 12th Annual “Home is Where the Heart Is” Spring Gala. Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center, Houma
(985) 872-0757.

April 8-10. Louisiana Railroad Days Festival. DeQuincy Railroad Museum, Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

April 9. Spring Art Walk. Various Locations Downtown, Lake Charles
(337) 475-5123.

April 9-11. 20th Annual Cypress Sawmill Festival. Kemper Williams Park, Patterson. (985) 395-3720.

April 10. Art After Dark Spring Fiesta. Downtown Gallery 650, Houma
(985) 876-7831.

April 10-11. Midnight Fantasies 19th Annual Lake Front Tour Car Show. Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles
(337) 475-5123.

April 11. Shadows-on-the-Teche. 317 E. Main St., New Iberia (337) 369-6446.

April 16-18. Spring Fest and Civil War Reenactment. Niblett’s Park, Vinton
(337) 475-5123.

April 16-18. Westlake Family Fun and Food Festival. St. John Bosco Church, Westlake (337) 475-5123.

April 16-18. Bayou Teche Black Bear and Birding Festival. Downtown, Franklin (985) 761-5425.

April 17-18. Rodeo. Houma Air Base, Houma (985) 665-1005.

April 18. Lake Charles Symphony Free Family Concert. Rosa Hart Theatre, Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles
(337) 475-5123.

April 18. Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet. St. Joseph Catholic Church, Chauvin (985) 594-5859.

April 18. 2010 Chauvin Folk Art Festival-Blessing of the Fleet Celebration. Chauvin Sculpture
Gardens, Chauvin (985) 448-4715.

April 23. Downtown Live After 5.

Court House steps, downtown, Houma (985) 873-5408.

April 24. Panda Meander 5K Race. St. Bernadette Catholic School, Houma
(985) 872-3845.

April 24. Elks Charities Poker Run Houma Lodge. Elks property, Houma (985) 868-1719.

April 24. White Linen Night.

700 block of Ryan Street, Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

April 25. Holy Family Boat Blessing. Holy Name Society and Holy Family Church, Houma (985) 563-2325.
April 27-May 9. Contraband Days.

Lake Charles Civic Center, Lake Charles (337) 475-5123.

New Orleans

March 6-7. Seventh Annual “Frisco Fest” Spring Garden & Craft Festival. San Francisco Plantation, Garyville.

1 (888) 322-1725.

March 7. American Red Cross Oscar Night. Tchefuncta Country Club,
New Orleans (504) 620-3154.

March 7. A Celebration of Exploration ... A night for the Museum. Castine Center, Mandeville (985) 201-4321.

March 7. Organ Concert. St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans (504) 525-9585.

March 8. 14th Annual Save Our Lake Golf Classic. Chateau Golf & Country Club, New Orleans (504) 836-2205.

March 12-21. New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival. Venues Across New Orleans (504) 610-3003.

March 13. Jesuit Celebration 2010. Jesuit High School Traditions Courtyard, New Orleans (504) 483-3947.

March 15. Men and Women of Fashion, Prix D’elegance. New Orleans Hilton Riverside Hotel, New Orleans
(504) 522-0996 ext. 208.

March 19. Hermann-Grima/Gallier Historic Houses Wine Auction.

Hermann-Grima House, New Orleans (504) 525-5661.

March 20. Fete Francaise (Fete Dix). Ecole Bilingue, New Orleans
(504) 837-0128.

March 20. Backstage Bash.

Shops of Canal Place, New Orleans
(504) 522-6545.

March 20. SugarPlum 2010. Children’s Hospital Calhoun Campus, New Orleans (504) 896-9373.

March 21. Chef Soiree 2010. Bougue Falaya Park, Covington (985) 893-2570.

March 23. Madhatter’s Luncheon.

New Orleans Riverside Hilton,
New Orleans (504) 529-2278.

March 24-28. Art in Bloom. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans
(504) 658-4121.

March 25-29. Tennessee Williams/
New Orleans Literary Festival.

Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans (504) 581-1144.

March 26. Golden Tassel Gala. Pontchartrain Center, New Orleans
(504) 831-1565. 

March 27. 25th Annual Ochsner Run. Ochsner Health System, New Orleans (504) 843-7113.

March 27. Junior League of New Orleans Kitchen Tour. Citywide, New Orleans (504) 891-5845.

March 27. Soul Revival. Home of Danielle Kavanagh, New Orleans
(504) 558-8900.

April 10. Cochon Cotillion XIV. Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World, New Orleans (504) 522-2124.

April 10. Great Gatsby Opera House. Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans
(504) 529-2278.

April 12. Wal-Mart Golf Tournament. Carter Plantation, Springfield
(504) 896-9373.

April 16. Sentimental Journeys 2010 Dinner and Auction. Flightline First Hangar, New Orleans Lakefront Airport, New Orleans (504) 488-5488.

April 17. 40th Anniversary Gala Des Etoiles. Mahalia Jackson Theater, New Orleans (504) 522-0996, Ext 202.

April 25. Run Forrest Run. Bubba
Gump Shrimp Co., New Orleans
(504) 467-8626.

April 30. Zoo-To-Do for Kids Presented by Humana. Audubon Zoo, New Orleans (504) 861-6160.
 

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