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Family Friendly Guide to Lafayette Festivals
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Lafayette Spiritual Tour
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30 Things to Do on a Rainy Day
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Pet Friendly Places in Lafayette
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Lafayette's Ancient Oaks
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7 Great Happy Hours You Should Know About
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Home Grown: Farmers Markets in Acadiana
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A First Timer’s Guide to Lafayette Parish
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5 Epic Outdoor Experiences in Lafayette
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Po'boys: The Southern Sandwich Staple
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Downtown in a Day

Downtown Lafayette is the heart of the city and walking through its lively streets you’ll feel the pulse of Acadiana’s culture, history, and joie de vivre. Downtown Lafayette was once a town called Vermilionville, established on the fertile banks of the Vermilion River before the American…

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30 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Acadiana

Fun Indoor Activities in Lafayette, Louisiana and the Surrounding Area Louisiana is home to beautiful swamps and wetlands, so it’s only natural we need a lot of rain. Our mild climate allows locals and visitors to enjoy outdoor activities year-round, but on rainy days, we take the fun inside. Cajuns…

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Lafayette Spiritual Tour

The origins of some South Louisiana’s deepest traditions may have been lost in time, or perhaps in the revelry. But rituals of faith still play a large role in how we celebrate, what we eat, and when we rest. January 6, Three Kings’ Day, marked the twelfth and final day of Christmas. According to…

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