Colorfully decorated bikes seem to be popping up throughout the area, which only means one thing: Le Tour de Bayou is quickly approaching. Friday, September 14th, the grounds of the Kent Plantation House become a whirl of activity with packet pickups and last minute registration beginning at 9AM to 5PM closing. This wonderful community event resumes early Saturday at 5:30AM, September 15, for last minute registration and packet pickup. Bikers begin to line the driveway at dawn starting the festivities off with the Blessing of the Bikes.
This will be a free informational workshop regarding wills and successions, how to protect your assets and qualify for long term care Medicaid, design an effective estate plan, and how to utilize a trust for asset protection.
What Would Jane Do?
A week shared with 25 young ladies, ages 8-12, learning pastimes from Jane Austen's era. Ladies will complete art projects, decorate their Regency bonnets, learn the language of fans, create cross stitch projects with our Quilters, practice etiquette, journal, write proper thank you letters, practice using artist points and ink, attend and host authentic tea parties, and so much more!
Registration forms can be found at our website: http://www.kenthouse.org/events.html
It's a venue for producers and consumers come together, forge relationships, and exchange information. Bakers and jam-makers are some of the featured vendors, crafting their products by hand.
Savory or sweet, spicy or mild, you will find products to place on your evening table. Come visit Kent Plantation House Front Yard Market, Thursday, June 14th, from 3-6pm. This month, 15 vendors, will be offering goodies that tempt the senses! Stop by, there is plenty of room for visiting in our Front Yard.
Fun for the ENTIRE Family! This much beloved event is a true crowd pleaser within cenLA. For only $1 admission, you can eat a bug, play with live bugs, hear sounds of night insects, watch bugs at work, make craft bugs to take home, play bug games, and best of all hug Smokey Bear!
The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana will host its 23rd annual Pow Wow on Saturday, May 19 and Sunday May 20 at the Chief Joseph Alcide Pierite Pow Wow Grounds on the Tunica-Biloxi reservation. An annual festivity in Marksville, the Tunica-Biloxi Pow Wow serves as a social gathering for tribal members and is open to the public. Experience the history and traditions of the Tribe through a variety of interactive events and live performances all weekend long.
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