Looking to enjoy some local music, check out Music Thru The Decades, a live musical fundraiser event hosted by We are the Difference. Visit the event page for a full list of performers. Tickets start at $30 per person or $250 for a table (10).
The earlier you arrive the better your chance to see the wood storks!
A valid hunting/fishing license or Wild Louisiana Stamp is required for individuals 16 to 60 years of age. Licenses or stamps may be obtained online at wlf.la.gov or by telephone at 1 (888) 765.2602.
Directions to South Farm:
Take the Ramah Exit (#135) off I-10
Head north and follow the signs.
For more information contact:
LDWF: (337) 735.8682
USACE: (337) 585.0853
No registration or fee is required other than the licensing requirement listed above.
Come out and enjoy holiday fun at the Plaquemine Depot Market. Enjoy a fantastic shopping experience, yummy refreshments, and incredible raffles during the Santa Rockin’ the Depot event. Be sure to snag a picture with Santa!
A family-friendly, free event that continues to grow each year with vendors participating from all around the state. The annual event is held along Railroad Avenue in the Heart of the Plaquemine Historic District and Plaquemine Main Street area.
Local vendor will be setup with items for purchase including: handmade items, arts and crafts, jewelry, and much more. Food, Christmas music, and kids’ rides ensure that everyone will have a great time. Come out and enjoy a Hallmark-style Saturday evening with the family, meet with old friends, and make new ones!
While downtown you can also check out our Historic Mississippi River Lock Museum, beautiful St John Catholic Church, which is also known as “The Cathedral on the Bayou”, the Old City Hall Museum circa 1848, and our award-winning Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park and Pavilion.
This event is hosted by the City of Plaquemine and We Are The Difference. If you are interested in becoming a vendor please contact We Are the Difference.
Goula Paradise Farms is visiting the library for this very special storytime featuring alpacas. Join us for some stories, llama & alpaca facts, and live animal fun! Geared for ages 4-7 years old with parent or caregiver.
Please register due to limited space. Register online via our website’s “Upcoming Events” tab or call us at: (225) 687-2520.
Come enjoy various vendors, music, fun, food & drinks at the Plaquemine Main Street Spring Fling.
Interested in becoming a vendor? Contact Reshonda Dickerson @ (225)242-9019 or email@example.com or register online.
The art studio on main hosting weekly art classes for Preschool through the 12th.
Classes will include fun creative projects all while learning art history and the fundamentals of art.
- Pre-registration regirued
- 10% discount per sibling
- $25/class paid per session materials included
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
It’s our annual children’s parade! It’s the 37th year for the library to host the Gray Monkey Parade! This year’s theme is Oceans of Possibilities. Join us Friday, April 1 at the Bayou Plaquemine Waterfront Park in Plaquemine.
Stay after the parade and enjoy hands-on activities for the kids, special guests, and more!
Featuring: Goula Paradise Farms Petting Zoo
>>NEW TIME<< The parade rolls at 10:00AM. To register to be in the parade: Call (225) 687-2520 x108 or email GrayMonkey@myipl.org
Have your cake and eat it too, with this delicious Southern comedy! This riotously funny act follows three cousins – Gaynelle, Peaches and Jimmie Wyvette – as they attempt to throw a family reunion. Their outrageous antics have the whole town of Sweetgum talking. Things spin hilariously out-of-control when a neighbor’s pet devours everything edible, a one-eyed suitor shows up to declare his love, and a shocking, high-stakes wager is made on who can bake the best red velvet cake. As this fast-paced uproarious romp barrels toward its surprising climax, you’ll wish your own family reunion was this much fun!
Tickets are $15 each and available show times include:
- Saturday 7PM , 04/2/22
- Sunday 1PM, 04/3/22
Wreaths Across America is proud to announce a local stop for its Mobile Education Exhibit national tour in Plaquemine. The tour started at WAA headquarters in Maine and will be in Plaquemine on Sunday, April 3 from 10 am until 2 pm behind the Iberville Veterans Memorial (23600 Railroad Avenue in Plaquemine), the same location as the Iberville Salute to Veterans event.
The interactive exhibit includes a short film and stories to educate visitors about the service and sacrifice of our veterans and to encourage patriotism.
It is open to the public and free to tour.
The event will be moved to the Carl Grant Civic Center if it rains.
John James Audubon Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution
Iberville Parish President J. Mitchell Ourso, Jr.
The Iberville Parish Council
Wreaths Across America