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The Louisiana Office of Tourism asked residents and visitors to tweet and post favorite Louisiana experiences. Here are the 100 experiences they shared. (in alphabetical order)

  1. Acadiana Symphony Orchestra
  2. Alexandria Zoological Park
  3. Atchafalaya Basin
  4. Avery Island
  5. Baton Rouge River Center
  6. Bayou Teche
  7. Natchitoches Meat Pies
  8. Beignets at Café Du Monde
  9. Bird Watching and exploring on the Creole Nature Trail
  10. Birds roosting at Lake Martin; gators and the bourbon pecans
  11. Breaux Bridge
  12. Café Des Amis Breaux Bridge; Leroy Thomas and the Zydeco Roadrunners
  13. Café Des Amis' Zydeco breakfast on Saturday mornings
  14. Cajun Music Hall of Fame & Museum
  15. Camping under the stars at Lake Bruin
  16. Canoeing through the swamps
  17. Cheering on our Saints in the Superdome!
  18. Chennault Aviation and Military Museum
  19. Christmas festival and plantation homes at Natchitoches
  20. City Park's Celebration in the Oaks for Christmas with all the beautifully decorated trees
  21. Crawfish boils
  22. Crawfish Feed and Cajun Music in Beaux Bridges
  23. Crawfish Festival in Breaux Bridge
  24. Dancing to Cajun music, learning to two-step, fishing in Lake Martin
  25. Degas House Guided Tour
  26. Digging through antique shops
  27. Discovering more about Black Heritage at New Orleans' African American Museum
  28. Downtown Lafayette
  29. Dwayne Dopsie and Zydeco Hellraiser at Krazy Korner
  30. Eatin' critters
  31. Eddie Robinson Museum
  32. Enjoying a classic opera from New Orleans Opera Association
  33. Family, food, friends and true southern way of life
  34. Festivals, especially small town festivals
  35. Fishing
  36. Fly Fishing on Big Lake for redfish and trout
  37. French Quarter Festival
  38. French Quarter smells and sights
  39. Gaming at L'Auberge du Lac and dining at Snake River Grill at L'auberge du Lac
  40. Gardens of American Rose Center
  41. Generosity of the people: St. Francisville, Festival International de Louisiana and Mardi Gras
  42. Grand Bayou
  43. Great outdoors
  44. Growing up in Louisiana
  45. Hodges Gardens in Florien
  46. Hubig’s fried pies
  47. Husser, Louisiana: Big food
  48. Insta- Gator Ranch and Hatchery
  49. Isleños
  50. Jazz Fest
  51. LA Dog Hill Stompers
  52. Lafayette! Especially the food in Lafayette!
  53. Lake Pontchartrain
  54. LA's culture and history with museums, national and state parks, unique zoos
  55. Local flavor and passion for Abita Beer
  56. Louisiana's state bird, the Pelican
  57. LSU Tigers
  58. LSU's Museum of Art
  59. Mt. Driskill in Bienville Parish
  60. Oak Alley Plantation
  61. One-of-a-kind culinary delights in all "corners" of the state
  62. Ouachita River, Caney Lake, Lake D'arbonne
  63. Pirate Festival: ARRRRRWAYS a good time!
  64. Plantation Country: San Francisco Plantation, Nottoway Plantation
  65. Plantations and the Mississippi River
  66. Premiere guided and unguided Hunting of Quail, Pheasant and Chukar
  67. Restaurants in the warehouse district
  68. Reveling in the clean lines and grace of Shreveport’s Metropolitan Ballet
  69. Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center and IMAX Dome Theater
  70. Seafood!
  71. Seeing a live performance from the talented members of Le Petit Theatre de Terrebonne
  72. Shrimp and Petroleum Fest in Morgan City
  73. Sipping Louisiana's finest wines and local music at Pontchartrain Vineyards and Winery's Jazzn' the Vines
  74. St. Martinville
  75. State Parks: hiking, water sports, camping and fishing
  76. Strawberries
  77. Streetcar Line in New Orleans
  78. Swamp Tours
  79. Taking a peaceful ride on the Mississippi River aboard the historic Natchez Riverboat
  80. The art and soul of Voodoo at the Voodoo Spiritual Temple
  81. The bayous
  82. The beautiful people of Louisiana
  83. The exhibits and 4D theater at New Orleans' World War II museum
  84. The food!
  85. The history
  86. The Louisianians
  87. The professional level golf greens, from Lafayette to Lake Charles
  88. The resilient people
  89. The wonder of the Planetarium at the Lafayette Science Museum
  90. Three for 1 at Cat's Meow Happy Hour
  91. Thursdays at Mid-City Lanes Rock ‘n’ Bowl
  92. Toledo Bend
  93. Unique and friendly culture
  94. UNO Lakefront Park, River Walk, Algiers Ferry
  95. Visiting the Disease Museum, which is on the site of the Nation's only leprosarium
  96. Watching a Good Ol' Cowboy at the Louisiana State Fair Rodeo
  97. Weeping Willow Trees at City Park
  98. Wetlands
  99. WHO DAT!
  100. Wooden Boat Festival
 

 


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April 2nd

The Arts Council of Central Louisiana will conclude its first season of Abendmusik Alexandria with “Jacques Offenbach, the Cellist.” Cellists Paul Christopher and Milovan Paz will play six of Offenbach’s cello duets at Abendmusik at 6 PM on April 2 at the Hearn Stage at the Kress Theatre.

Info: 318.484.4467


30th Annual Ruth Butler Memorial Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday April 4th

10am

John Davidson Park

Bring a basket with 3 dyed hard boiled eggs and a friend. Refreshments & candy for ages 1 to 12


Spay Day USA!

APRIL 8TH & 9TH

Cost Is Just $50 Per Pet

Space Is Limited

Call 318-413-0984

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U.S. Air Force Musicians to perform in Alexandria

Thursday, April 16th ~ 6:00PM

Alexandria Riverfront Amphitheater

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