Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Barrow House - closed
Magnuson Hotel - open
Lodge at the Bluffs - open
Butler Greenwood - open
Cottage Plantation - closed December 24 & 25th open on December 26th
Greenwood - open December 26th
Lake Rosemound Inn - open
Lamplighter - open
3V Tourist Court - open
Myrtles Plantation - closed
Shadetree - open
St. Francisville Inn - closed
Audubon Cafe - closed
Birdman open until 2pm Christmas Eve, closed Christmas day and open December 26th
Carriage House Restaurant - closed
Eight Sisters open until 5pm on Christmas Eve and closed December 25 & 26th
Magnolia Cafe - closed
Oxbow - closed
Que Pasa - open until 2pm Christmas Eve, closed December 25 & 26th
Sonnys Pizza - closed
The Bluffs - open Christmas Eve, closed December 25 & 26th
Wing It Grill closed from December 23 until January 3, 2011
The Wine Parlor open until 2pm closed December 25 & 26th
Backwoods Gallery -closed
Bohemianville Antiques - open until 3pm Christmas Eve, closed December 25 & 26th
Grandmothers Buttons open until 1pm Christmas Eve, closed Christmas Day and open 11am until 5pm December 26th
Hillcrest open until 3:30pm Christmas Eve, closed Christmas Day and open December 26th
Sage Hill open Christmas Eve, closed Christmas Day, open December 26th
Shanty Too open until 3:30pm Christmas Eve, closed Christmas Day and open December 26th.
biorder Imports open Christmas Eve closed Christmas Day and closed December 26th.
Audubon State Historic Site (Oakley) closed Christmas Day
Cottage Plantation closed
Butler Greenwood open
Greenwood open December 26th
Myrtles closed Christmas Day
Rosedown closed Christmas Day
Angola Museum closed
The tourist information will be closed on Christmas Day and open December 26 from noon to 5pm.
We wish you all a Safe and Merry Christmas.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
From: Laurie Walsh <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 1:27 PM
Subject: Extra to Happenings
To: Laurie Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
FRIDAY-DECEMBER 3, 2010
1:00pm-5:00pm Women's Service League will sell Fresh Wreaths and Plantation Country (Pre-wrapped) Cookbooks-Ferdinand St
5:30pm-First Baptist Church Children's Choir will sing on the front porch of Town Hall - Ferdinand Street
6:00pm- West Feliciana Middle School Choir – will sing on the front lawn of the Town Hall – Ferdinand Street
Mayor Billy D'Aquilla will light the Town of St. Francisville Christmas Tree and will host a Welcome Reception, Fireworks and a special visitor to make that Christmas Wish to!!!
6:00pm-8:00pm - Peep into our Holiday Homes - participating homes will have a sign indicating participation. Ferdinand & Royal St.
7:00pm- Baton Rouge Symphony and Dessert Reception at HEMINGBOUGH. Tickets available at Bank of St.Francisville.
Check out the downtown shops for late night shopping.
SATURDAY-DECEMBER 4, 2010
7:30am - Prayer Breakfast at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
Breakfast with St. Nick at Jackson Hall at Grace Episcopal Church brought to you by the Women's Service League 8:00are, 9:30am & 11:00am - Three seating's available. Reservations encouraged. Tickets are $6.00. Heidi Pittman 721-3563
9:00am-5:00pm – Women's Service League - Fresh Wreath & Plantation Country Cookbook Sale – Ferdinand St
9:15am - Bains Elementary Chorus - Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
9:30am - Bains Lower Elementary Choir – Voices in Motion Historical Society Museum - Ferdinand Street
10:00am-2:00pm - Lyrical Quartet will stroll along Ferdinand and Royal Streets
10:00am-4:00pm Parker Memorial Park - Food, Music and Children's Activities- Spacewalks, train and pony rides, games, The Main Street Band, Christmas Photos- and lots of food and fun. Holiday Baking Contest
10:00am - 4:00pm –Parker Park –FOOD, VENDORS, SPACEWALK & OBSTACLE COURSE Homemade Items- Jewelry, Photographs, Honey, Paintings, t-shirts, Calendars, Hair Bows and much, much more.
10:00am-4pm- Christmas at Oakley Plantation – Annual Holiday Festival Highway 965
10:30am - WFHS Latin & Spanish Clubs - Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
11:00am - WFHS Choir - Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
11:30am - Junior Jazzercise Demonstration- Ferdinand St.
Noon- Shin Sun Korean Martial Arts Demonstration- Ferdinand St.
Noon-4:00pm - Angola Inmate Traveling Band – across from Garden Symposium Park
Noon-2:00pm - Main Street Band in Parker Memorial Park
2:00pm – Women's Service League present the Christmas Parade – Saintsational Christmas - along Ferdinand and Commerce Sts
Chanel Lemelle 505-6600
6:00pm- Community Sing A Long Methodist Church Royal Street
6:00pm-8:00pm -Live Nativity First Baptist Church on Highway 10 & 61
6:00pm-9:00pm- Peep into our Holiday Homes- participating homes will have a sign indicating participation. Ferdinand & Royal Sts
6:00pm-8:00pm-Christmas at Oakley – Candlelight Tours, periodic music and wassail – Highway 965
SUNDAY-DECEMBER 5, 2010
11:00am-5:00pm – Women's Service League - Fresh Wreath & Plantation Country Cookbook Sale- Ferdinand Street
Noon-5pm-Friends of the Library presents The Christmas Tour of Homes- Tickets are available at the Historical Society Museum on Ferdinand St and the Library. The tour price is $15.00. 4 Homes are: Sam & Noelle Leblanc, The Menon's Victorian, Larry & Nora Miller and Mike & Carol Dufilho.
Check out the downtown shops for late night shopping. Check out the back for the Store Specials during the Weekend.
Hillcrest—Commerce St.—Open House all weekend. Kameleon Jewelry Trunk Show
Friday from 3pm-5pm Book Signing with Bevil Knapp—St. Francisville
Tattle Tales—Commerce St.– Enter a drawing for $100.00 gift certificate with purchase.
Border Imports—Commerce St.—Open House and Sale
St. Francisville Inn's Wine Parlor– Commerce St. 10% off any bottle of wine.
Sage Hill—Commerce St.– Friday book signing with Bevil Knapp from 10am-1pm—"St. Francisville". Trunk Show for
Pure Sanctuary, Waxing Poetic and Vanishing Heirloom Vintage Jewelry. Personalized Christmas Ornaments and Samplings and book signing by Dana Hotard Adjusted For You—Healthy Recipes
Birdman Coffee & Books—Commerce St.—All original Art on sale, Holiday cards from Lynn Wood's artwork.
Bohemianville Antiques—Commerce St.—Open House and refreshments
Magnolia Café—Friday night music– United We Jam
Backwoods Gallery—Ferdinand St.—Open House
St. Francis Arts & Antiques—Ferdinand St.—Open House
Miller on Main—Open House
The Shanty Too—Ferdinand St.—Open House—Free Gift Wrap, tastings of soups and gourmet dip mixes. Music by Lynn Brosette
Harrington Gallery—Royal St.—Holiday Exhibit "All original Art is Tax Free"
Grandmothers Buttons—Royal St.—Discontinued Jewelry Sale until dark.
Patrick's Fine Jewelry—Spring Creek Shopping Center—Weekend Specials. Sterling Silver Jewelry 30% off.,
Colored Gemstones 30% off, Designer Jewelry 30% off, Diamond Jewelry 30% off, $1,000.00 40% off, Watches 30% off and
Register for Waterford Crystal drawing.
Butler Greenwood Plantation—Sunday—Anne Butler will be autographing her books at the plantation gift shop from 9am til 5pm
Myrtles Plantation—$1.00 off the Historical Home Tour (daytime)
Carriage House at the Myrtles Plantation—One Free Non Alcoholic Beverage with purchase of an entrée when you present this flyer during the weekend.
REMEMBER SHOP THE NIGHT AWAY THURSDAY DECEMBER 9 & 16, 2010 from 5:30pm until 8:30pm.