1. Lafayette Offers the Games of Acadiana on August 18, 2012:
Events to enjoy while supporting the Miles Perret Cancer Services to help families fight to survive and live with cancer. Some of the things offered are a rock wall to climb, spider jump, tailgate challenge and much more. Fun and with a purpose!
Address: Cajundome & Convention Center in Lafayette, LA
Contact information: www.milesperret.org or 337.984.1920
2. Lafayette Hosts the 5K Run/Walk on August 18, 2012:
Family friendly event to inspire hope and create change for everyone impacted by lung cancer. Purpose to defeat this disease and help those diagnosed live longer, better lives.
Time: 9am registration, 9:30am 5 K Run, 9:35 5K Walk & 1 mile walk, 10:45 am Kids Dash
Address: River Ranch Town Square, 1100 Camellia Blvd, Lafayette, LA
Contact information: 312.558.1770 or www.FreeToBreathe.org
Admission Prior to August 15th: $20,
Admission on Day of Event: $25
Held the second Saturday of every month
Place: Downtown Lafayette
Visit downtown Lafayette as each gallery, studio and art house opens their doors. Enjoy exploring the downtown area. Receive a discount any time on original artwork as all works sold in the district are exempt from state sales tax.
|Courtesy of Downtown Lafayette: Sans Souci Gallery-Lori Feliz
The next 2nd Saturday ArtWalk is August 11, 2012. For a complete list of exhibits and events for August 11th, then the downtown Lafayette event listing has everything you need.
Here is a list of dates for all the upcoming 2nd Saturday ArtWalk:
August 11, 2012
September 8, 2012
October 13, 2012
November 10, 2012
December 8, 2012
Gulf Brew will return to Downtown Lafayette Parc International with approximately 100 speciality and home brews from around the Southwest region of the state and beyond. Event will also feature
The date is set for July 14, 2012 for the Annual Children’s Fishing Tournament of Rayne, LA and held every year at your very own Lafayette bed and breakfast, Maison D’Memoire, along with the City of Rayne for the children of the Rayne, Louisiana community. A good time is always had by all. For some, it will be their first experience at catching a fish! Don’t miss out on the fun!
When: Saturday, July 14, 2012 from 11am-2pm. (No early arrivals please.)
Where: Maison D’Memoire, 8450 Roberts Cove Road, Rayne, LA, 70578
What should I bring? Be sure to bring plenty of fluids to combat the heat.
Watch the local papers to provide more details!
The Barnum Bash will take place this month near our Lafayette, LA bed and breakfast.
Enjoy this famous Circus Party, learn amazing acts, and observe feats of wonder and strength!
See Anton the clown, amazing balancing and juggling skills and exotic animals.
June 21-22 at 7 pm, June 23 at 2 & 6 pm, June 24 at 2 pm.
Tickets are available from $15-45 and admission for children is just $10.
Held at the Cajundome in Lafayette. Call 337-265-2100 for more information.
Enjoy this fun and unique event during your stay at our Lafayette B&B!
|Purple Gallinule – Photo Credit: by ilouque on Flickr
We invite you to experience Louisiana’s natural paradise during your stay at our romantic cottages in Louisiana!
Explore beautiful nearby trails with over one hundred sites of varieties of Louisiana coastal habitats, fresh and saltwater marshes, cheniers, upland pines, cypress and tupelo swamps, bottomland hardwood forest, open meadow and many others.
Visitors can enjoy 6 state scenic byways through 22 Southern Louisiana parishes.
Bird Loops in the area include the Atchafalaya Loop, Lacassine Loop, and the Vermillion Loop.
We hope you have the chance to experience the beauty that surrounds our romantic Louisiana cottages!
Guests at our bed and breakfast in Louisiana can enjoy exploring the quaint southern town of Rayne. Rayne is known as the Frog Capitol of the World and the City of Murals. Monsieur Jacques welcomes everyone to the community when you are coming into Rayne. He represents the Jacque Weil Company, who many years ago exported frog legs to restaurants all over the world.
There are many murals throughout the community to enjoy, as you walk through the quaint streets. Such as this one by artist Robert Dafford, of the Old Depot Square where the frog legs were exported.
He also did this one of the frog in the downtown area.
Other points of interest are Worthmore’s 5&10 Store, which is one of the few Five and Dime stores still operating.
This is the new Depot Square located in the heart of the community and used for many a function for the locals.
St. Joseph’s Cemetery is listed in Ripley’s Believe it or Not as the only cemetery facing North & South.
We invite you to come enjoy the charm of this small southern town while visiting our bed and breakfast in Louisiana!
While staying at our Louisiana cottages, you’ll want to check out this unique place for a special treat! The Candyland Cottage in Rayne offers Blue Bell hand-dipped ice cream with toppings, chocolate covered strawberries, truffles, fudge and many different old fashion sweet treats.
|Where old & “yum” come together!
Join our Lafayette Louisiana Bed and Breakfast at the Crawfish Festival, which will be held this year on May 4-6 at Parc Hardy in Breaux Bridge. This festival began in 1960 and it’s main focus is family centered and authentic Cajun activities. Fresh crawfish will be cooked in many different ways: boiled, fried, etouffee, jambalaya, boudin, pies, bisque, gumbo, fettucine, and stew. The festival will also include Cajun and Zydeco music on 3 stages. Headliner bands include Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, Pine Leaf Boys, Balfa Toujours, and Geno Delafose. Other fun festival activities like crawfish races, eating, etouffee cook off, and Cajun dance contest make the day a real treat! All of this festival fun is within a short distance of our romantic Bed and Breakfast in Louisiana.
If you are looking for fun Lafayette activities during your stay at our romantic Louisiana cottages, you may want to consider the Mardi Gras Exhibit at the Alexandre Mouton House where a stunning collection of costumes and other Mardi Gras memorabilia can be seen. Admission is $4, Seniors $3, Children $2.
The Alexandre Mouton House (also known as the Lafayette Museum) is located in the heart of downtown Lafayette. The original structure was built in the 1800s by the founder of Vermilionville, Jean Mouton. The house later became home to Louisiana’s 12th governor, Alexandre Mouton. The house is located at 1122 Lafayette Street, Lafayette. For more information, call 337-234-2208.
Another great option is the Lafayette Ballet Theatre. Guests can enjoy a performance of Cinderella on March 31 from 7-9 pm, held at the Heyman Performing Arts Center in Lafayette. Tickets are available throough Ticketmaster outlets and cost $40, $35, $30, & $20 plus handling fees. Call 337-291-5555 for more information.