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Chauvin Fest 2015 is fast approaching. Here’s the info:
October 17 & 18, 2015 Ward 7 Fairgrounds, Chauvin
We’re still looking for sponsors to help make this year’s festival a success! Here’s our sponsorship form.
Have some paintings or crafts or DIY products you’d like to sell? Download our arts vendor form.
Think your jambalaya is better than most other jambalayas in the tri-parish area (if not the world)? Register for our jambalaya cookoff.
Stay fit for the festivities! Register for our 5K walk/run: we run dis bayou.
See our Facebook page for more information!
Cleaning up Bayou Petit Caillou for the annual Boat Blessing
Saturday, March 28, 2015 in Chauvin, LA
The first group will start from at the old Little Caillou School (5756 Highway 56 Chauvin LA 70344) at 8am.
(Registration from 7:30am – 10:00 am)
We’ll be cleaning up the bayou side from Marty J’s to Boudreaux Canal.
There will be food, refreshments, and prizes.
Please contact Kurt Lirette for more information, or visit our facebook page.
Saturday, April 11,2014, 8:00 am Chauvin, LA, at a private launch site about 1/4 mi below Clearview Mini Mart (across from Buddy Stringer)
Paddlers may paddle pirogues, canoes, kayaks, or other nonmotorized small boats. All paddlers MUST wear life jackets.
Cost: $30 and children 13 yrs. and under $25.
This covers the cost of shirt, food, beverages, insurance, and entertainment.
How the Trip Will Work:
The entire paddle trip is approximately 5 miles. After leaving the launch site, paddlers will have a rest stop at Chauvin Sculpture Garden, and then proceed to the take-out site at LLMap Camp. Paddlers must then pick up their boats and drive back up the bayou to the Little Caiilou Volunteer Fire Department for the after-trip celebration.
Paddlers should arrive at the launch site by 7 am to pick up tshirts and registration packets. Only those who pre-register
before March 27 are guaranteed a t-shirt upon arrival. Late registrants may have to wait for a t-shirt re-order after the trip. Paddlers must leave their boats at the beginning launch site. If there is no one that can pick up the paddler at the end site, paddlers must then drive their vehicles to LLMap Camp before the event and park there. They will be shuttled back by volunteer drivers using their personal vehicles. The last shuttle will leave LLMap Camp by 7:40.
Breakfast snacks and beverages will be available at the launch site. Bottled water will be provided. A lunch will be served at the fire station, along with music, kid’s activities, and a Decorated Shrimp Boot Contest.
October 17 & 18
The fifth anniversary of ChauvinFest. Join us for a day of music, food, drinks, family, friends, and art. It’s at the Ward Seven Citizen’s club in Chauvin. If you would like to join the cookoff or sell your wares as a vendor, please contact Kurt or Sandra Lirette at 985-594-5000 or email us at email@example.com.
Our designs for ChauvinFest 2014 are up! You can begin preordering shirts now.
Faded Ink playing at the 2013 Chauvin Heritage and Festival. Here is their cover of “Sunny Afternoon” by the Kinks. Faded Ink, the original Chauvin supergroup, shared the stage for the first time in thirty years last October. We’re hoping have them again for the 2014 festival, October 18 and 19 at the Ward Seven Citizen’s Club in Chauvin.
Clyde Pelligrin on keys
Anthony Duplantis on vocals and acoustic
Leonard Ledet on drums
Jaimie Babin on electric guitar
Dale Authement on acoustic guitar
Houston Lirette on bass guitar
Camera work by Jason Robinson and Christopher Lirette
Production and editing by Christopher Lirette