Music at The Mag
This Friday, February 27, The Delta Drifters will perform at 7 pm. The March lineup looks like this: Friday, March 6 – Late Evening; Friday, March 13 – Emily Branton; Saturday, March 14 – Mike Stinson at 9:30 pm with a cover charge; Friday, March 20 – Smugglin’ Plums; Saturday, March 21 – Eilen Jewel with Kim Smith at 9:30 with a cover charge; Friday, March 27 – The Delta Drifters.
Events at The BirdMan
Remember that each Monday from 5:30 until 7:30 pm, The BirdMan has music and supper. The music for Monday, March 2 is Blue Monday, and for March 9, it’s Kevin Johnson. On Saturday, March 14, Dylan Sneed will play live at 7 pm. There is an $8 cover charge, $5 for students. From March 19 through April 23, there will be an exhibit of new paintings by Donna Kilbourne and Linda Broderick. On March 28 at 7 pm, there will be a reading by author Ed Cullen.
Friends of the Library Symposium
This Saturday, February 28 is the 3rd Annual Celebration of Readers and Writers Symposium to be held at The OxBow Restaurant. This event recognizes outstanding regional authors and provides a forum for discussion of their works. Lunch is included, and books will be available for purchase and signing by the authors. Tickets are $35 per person and must be purchased in advance. For more information and a list of the authors, call the West Feliciana Parish Library at 635-3364.
Natural Dye and Candle Making Demonstrations
The interpretive staff at Audubon State Historic Site will demonstrate these home crafts that would have been found on a plantation. It happens on Saturday, February 28 with the natural dye program presented from 10 am until 2 pm, and candle making from 2 pm until 4 pm. These aspects of plantation life allow the visitors to see the processes that were used to provide a home such as Oakley with the materials needed for it to run properly. For more information call 635-3739.
Felicianas Native American PowWow
Our neighbors in East Feliciana are hosting the first ever Felicianas Native American PowWow thisSaturday, February 28 from 10 am until 6 pm at the
After you’ve experience the Native American culture in
This Sunday, March 1, marks the opening of the magnificent
Wash Day and Soaps
When I was a little girl, wash day was Monday. It’s also the reason why red beans and rice are a traditional Monday meal in
Thirty Eight Years!
The Audubon Pilgrimage will celebrate 38 years of annual home and garden tours on the third weekend in March – March 20, 21 and 22. Through the years, there have been added events such as the cemetery tales at Grace Churchyard, the demonstrations at the Rural Homestead, the antique show and sale, and the Saturday Soiree, Light Up the Night. One thing that never changes is the quality of the event, and the cooperation of many of the civic and governmental agencies to produce this major undertaking. Oakley House at Audubon State Historic Site is the centerpiece of the pilgrimage, and three private homes open their doors to welcome visitors during this weekend only. This year those private homes include