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Get caught playing around at our annual festivals.
No one does small town festivals better than St. Francisville and West Feliciana Parish. We celebrate it all from arts to camellias to hummingbirds to historical re-enactments. The annual Audubon Pilgrimage celebrates the 1820's when John James Audubon spent time here in the Felicianas.
The Day the War Stopped tells the story of a time during the Civil War when weapons were laid down so that a Union officer could be buried in a Confederate churchyard. Christmas in the Country centers around the family with artists vending their creations and a parade featuring the man in the red suit himself.
Angola Prison Rodeo & Craft Show
Rodeos are held on the third Saturday & Sunday in April & every Sunday in October
Gates open at 9:00 AM and Rodeo starts at 2:00 PM
Annual Audubon Pilgrimage, held the third weekend in March, celebrates a southern spring in St. Francisville. West Feliciana Historical Society has thrown open the doors of significant historic structures to commemorate artist-naturalist John James Audubon’s stay.
Christmas in the Country
Millions of tiny white lights trace soaring Victorian trimwork and grace gallery posts to transform the entire town into a veritable winter wonderland for Christmas in the Country, as special activities throughout the extensive National Register-listed downtown Historic District provide fun for the whole family at this celebration of the season, a joyful alternative to mall madness.
Day the War Stopped
June 13, 14, 15, 2014 Grace Episcopal Church & Cemetary This event commemorates the brief moment of brotherhood given for the burial of a Union officer, Lt. Commander John E. Hart, by his brother Masons that stopped a bloody war, if only for a few mournful moments.
Feliciana Hummingbird Celebration
This event starts with a wine & cheese social at Rosedown Plantation. Saturday there will be biologist at two private gardens banding hummingbirds.
Polo's & Pearl's (formerly White Linen Night
n Saturday, August 23, 2014 beginning at 5 PM, shop, eat and unwind with music, art and refreshments. The St. Francisville Downtown Merchants will again host White Linen Night and each of the participating shops will be open until 9 PM, while participating restaurants will offer a taste from their menus. Music will be playing up and down Ferdinand Street while artists demonstrate their talents. There will be book signings and much more! For more information, visit www.stfrancisvillefestivals.com.
Southern Garden Symposium
The 24th Annual Southern Garden Symposium & Workshops October 10, 11, 2014 Workshops on gardening, seminars, social events....
St. Francisville Spring Garden Stroll
The tour provides a wonderful opportunity to visit beautiful and unique private and public gardens in the parish of West Feliciana and the town of St. Francisville, La.. for more information please visit www.stfrancisvillespringstroll.org
The Myrtles Halloween Extravaganza
Experience the true meaning of Halloween at America's most Haunted House. Guided mystery tours given throughout the year. Special dates and times for the Halloween Extravaganza.
Yellow Leaf Arts Festival
11th Annual Yellow Leaf Arts Festival October 25th and 26th, 201410:00 am - 5:00 pm in Parker Park.We're sharing our love of southern art, music, poetry and celebrating our last 200 years here in West Feliciana Parish! New Orleans poet Mona Lisa Saloy will present a workshop for us and read from her book, author Danny Heitman will share information about John James Audubon's time at Oakley, 60 artists and craftspeople, Louisiana musicians including The fugitive Poets, the debut of a wonderful brand new girl band, Burke Ingraffia, the songbird music school renion jam, and more! Join us for another great St. Francisville weekend.e-mail Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions..
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