The Upper Crust Bistro announces new hours. They will serve dinner Thursday through Sunday from 4 pm until 9 pm and for lunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am until 2 pm.
At the Magnolia Café on Fridays – February 1- Feliciana Band; February 8 -
On Saturday, February 2, George Freeman performs and there’s no cover charge. On Sunday, February 3, it’s the Super Bowl Party – all day and night. Come watch the game on the big screen and enjoy drink specials. Reservations are suggested. Also, every Friday in February the Cypress Grill will present “Louisiana Songwriters Review” from 6 pm until 10 pm feature 3 songwriters playing their own music.
Cooking On the
Compare and contrast cooking for the plantation “Big House” with cooking for the slave quarters on an early 19th century plantation. Try a taste of these foods and watch them being prepared over the open hearth. Join the staff at Oakley on Saturday, February 2, from 10 am until 4 pm at Audubon State Historic Site. For more information, please call 635-3739.
More Historic Cooking
Rosedown Interpretive Ranger Sasha Traña and Living History Presenters Barbara Bryant and Stella Pitts will demonstrate 19th century down-hearth cooking in Rosedown’s Old Kitchen using 19th century recipes with period and reproduction cooking equipment. Featured recipes will be taken from the original Turnbull-Bowman Family Papers. This historic cooking demonstration will be held on Saturday, February 2 at Rosedown Plantation from 11 am until 3 pm. For more information call 635-3110.
Camellias in the Country
The Feliciana Nature Society and Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site will host the 4th annual Camellias in the Country program on Friday, February 8 and Saturday, February 9. This popular event will begin on Friday evening at 6 pm with a camellia showing, waxing workshop and reception at Market Hall on
Civil War Encampment
The public will have the opportunity to observe what a soldier’s life was like on an occupied plantation during the war on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, February 8, 9, 10, at Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site. During the Civil War Union Soldiers occupied the grounds at Rosedown, and they also ravaged the house for supplies and luxuries. On this weekend, the 7th
Join Interpretive Ranger James Smith at Rosedown Plantation State Historic Site on Saturday, February 9, as he demonstrates the art, now known as Flint Knapping, which allowed Native Americans to make many of their own tools from stone. For more information call 635-3110.
Valentine’s Dinner at Sage Hill
Can you believe that Valentine’s Day is only 3 weeks away?! Well, Sage Hill Antiques & Gifts and Heirloom Cuisine have joined forces and invite you to make your reservations for a special and romantic Valentine’s Dinner at the gift shop located on
Another reminder that the Women’s Service League is hosting its 5th annual Taste of the Felicianas Gala at Hemingbough on Friday, February 22. Ticket price is $50 per person in advance, and festivities will begin at 8 pm. For further details visit www.womensserviceleague.com.
This will mark the third year that the Historical Society has hosted a Saturday Soiree during the Pilgrimage weekend. On Saturday, March 15, there will be dancing in the street . . .