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Things are hoppin’ in New Iberia, including “A Berry Sweet Easter Egg Hunt” having location Thursday to Saturday, April 7-9.
Offered by The Frosted Apron, the hunt works like this:
- Riddles about each individual collaborating business will be posted on The Frosted Apron’s Facebook and Instagram web pages at 8 a.m. Thursday.
- Print them to gather stickers, or choose up a paper duplicate at the Iberia Parish Library Main Department, Iberia Parish Welcome Heart or Henagan-Daly Crew Dentistry.
- Gamers have to have to solve the riddles to figure out which local businesses are concerned and check out them in the course of the a few times.
- Each and every of people organizations will have a colourful cardboard Easter egg hidden inside their store. When they location the egg, participants will need to warn a keep personnel to acquire some sweet (even though provides last).
- Also, every single $15 players shell out at the corporations will give them a likelihood to get an “eggs-treme” Easter basket stuffed with things valued above $700.
- Be certain to have a copy of the riddles on your adventure so you can accumulate stickers as you check out each individual enterprise. You can receive a cost-free entry into a second basket that is at the moment valued more than $300 just for going to at the very least 10 shops, and two no cost entries for traveling to them all (no acquire required).
- When you are finished collecting stickers, fall off your riddle sheet with your title, cellular phone variety, and electronic mail tackle at the Iberia Parish Library Most important Department by 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
For much more info, connect with (337) 201-1952, electronic mail thef[email protected] or check out the event’s site on Fb.
For all you bibliophiles, the sixth annual Publications Alongside the Teche Literary Festival takes place Friday to Sunday, April 1-3.
Right here are some highlights:
- The showcased Excellent Southern Author is Osha Gray Davidson, creator of “The Best of Enemies: Race and Redemption in the New South,” which was turned into a feature movie
- The Dave’s Haunts and Jaunts bus tour, which follows James Lee Burke’s character Dave Robicheaux by the city’s streets
- Guided going for walks tour beneath historic are living oaks
- Visits with authors from all over the country at the Author’s Guide Reasonable
- Study the tricks to great Louisiana cooking at a early morning food demo
- Cost-free movie screenings of “The Greatest of Enemies”
- The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Symposium on James Lee Burke and the Heart Phase Readers’ Theater featuring just one of his decided on titles
- A tribute to Ernest Gaines
- Children’s workshops, a bourée match, 5K run, art reveals and a lecture on Iberia’s African American background
- Two night receptions presenting southern Louisiana delicacies and songs by the Bunk Johnson Brazz Band and Terry Huval and the Jambalaya Cajun Band
- Rides down the Bayou Teche with T-Boy’s Bayou Experience Tour
- Free of charge Symphony Sunday in the Park
For additional data, pay a visit to iberiatravel.com/james-lee-burke/books-together-teche-literary-festival.
20 years of the Iberia Parish College District’s French Immersion Program will be celebrated at a picnic, Le Grand Pique-Nique d’Immersion en Ibérie, from midday to 3 p.m. Sunday at New Iberia City Park.
The purpose of the program, housed at North Lewis Elementary and Belle Place Middle, is “to enrich students’ lives while preserving the French language’s location in Louisiana tradition and furnishing college students an opportunity to be educated by teachers from all around the planet.”
Les Amis de L’Immersion Française (the friends of the French Immersion plan) organized the celebration.
Also a prospect to showcase Francophone tradition, the picnic will function musical performances by North Lewis Elementary’s French Immersion lecturers and college students.
The community is invited and encouraged to pack a picnic lunch/smooth drinks, and bring blankets or lawn chairs.
Pay a visit to Vermilionville
Lafayette’s residing background museum Vermilionville, together with the Bayou Vermilion District, are hosts for the weekly songs/dance occasion, Bal du Dimanche.
The classes run from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday at Vermilionvile, 300 Fisher Street. Leroy Thomas and the Zydeco Roadrunners are this week’s musical visitor.
Admission is $10 and includes a self-guided tour.
Vermilionville’s cafe is open up from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and has an all-you-can-take in buffet on Sundays.
The Cajun French Audio Jam takes place at Vermilionville from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
“The Jam is open up to individuals of all ability degrees, individuals who just want to sit back again and pay attention, and even dancers — everybody is welcome to be a part of the bash!”, a news release states.
The Cajun French Music Association sponsors the Jam, which is free of charge but does not include entry to the museum.
A monthlong series of brownbag talks on “Negro Farmers of St. Landry Parish” wraps up Wednesday at the Opelousas Museum & Interpretive Middle, 315 N. Principal St., Opelousas.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Marie Marcel will lead attendees on a journey of stories and images pertaining to these farmers. Marcel has investigated the farmers’ historical and current contributions for more than 30 many years.
“Occur hear stories by place residents about private experiences on the farm,” a news release claims.
The community is invited.
The ongoing exhibit contains displays of photos and farming tools to illustrate function and lifestyle.
The undertaking is sponsored by the Atchafalaya National Heritage Space, a division of the Office of Lifestyle, Recreation and Tourism. The project also receives assist from Cleco and the City of Opelousas.
Southdown Market Arts and Crafts Festival will operate from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at Southdown Plantation House and Museum, Houma.
Selfmade and crafts and good arts will be showcased in up to 300 booths. Browse for jewelry, clothes, wood crafts, furnishings, pottery, paintings, photography, toys, dolls, metalwork, floral wreaths, candles, bathtub and human body products, gourmet, sweet/savory foods goods, seasonal decorations, books by neighborhood authors, homegrown vegetation and bouquets and face portray.
Cajun foodstuff will also be for sale, like jambalaya, corn soup, roast beef po-boys, scorching canine and hamburgers, purple beans and other festival fare.
Admission is $5, grownups no cost, small children below 12.