Loyal customers show up hours before this Abbeville crawfish spot opens just to get their crawfish inspired dished.
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All ages are welcome to compete in the event.
Festivities begin on Thursday night at Pop’s Po-boys with an original festival painting being auctioned off at 7:00 p.m.
The Louisiana Open has raised more than $4.5 million for charities in the Acadiana area over its 20-plus year existence.
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The baddest show on dirt begins Saturday at 7:00 p.m. with calf roping and barrel racing.
Festivities begin Friday night with live music, Irish dancing and a crawfish bowl.
The event happens the second Monday of every month.
The organization does a lot in the community with one-on-one mentoring for the youth in the Acadiana area.
It’s off to St. Martinville for the first stop of the 2017 Acadiana Eats Lenten Tour!
The Lenten season will come to a close on Easter Sunday, which falls on Sunday, April 16th.
For most, people Mardi Gras Day consists of watching floats and catching beads. But in Mamou, its all about the Courir de Mardi Gras.
The theme for this year’s parade is children’s cereal.
During Carnival Season this Acadiana Eats location switches from wedding cakes to King Cakes.
All festivities take place at the St. Landry Parish AgArena in Opelousas.