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Prairie Acadian Cultural Center, 3rd Street and Park Avenue, Eunice, LA.
Live musical interpretive programs, quilting and open craft demonstrations, cooking demonstrations, living history interpretive programs, Mardi Gras programs. Living history film productions of legendary Cajun musicians, Mardi Gras customs, the lost art of handfishing, the preservation of prairie wildflowers, and more. A satellite center of the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve.

Rendez-vous des Cajuns, Liberty Cultural Center Theatre, 2nd Street and Park Avenue, Eunice LA.
Referred to by some as "The Cajun Prairie Home Companion", "Rendez-vous des Cajuns is a live weekly radio program, broadcast before an audience every Saturday evening from 6-8pm from this historic Liberty Theatre in Eunice. The program, which is mostly in French, is hosted by Cajun folklorist Barry Jean Ancelet of USL's Center for Louisiana Studies, and features storytelling and live music -- there are usually one Cajun and one zydeco band every week. There's a dance floor up front, and it's a blast ... try to make it there on a Saturday night if you're in the vicinity. For more information, call the Eunice Mayor's Office at (318) 457-7389.

Shadows-on-the-Teche, 317 E. Main Street, New Iberia LA. (318) 369-6446.

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