Are you looking for exciting cultural events in Louisiana? From Cycle Zydeco to the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival, there are plenty of amazing experiences to explore. CODOFIL has put together a calendar of events that celebrate and promote French-speaking culture in the state. These events are not organized by CODOFIL, but they are in line with their mission. Cycle Zydeco is an annual event that takes place in April. It is a four-day cycling tour through the heart of Cajun Country.
During the tour, you can enjoy local restaurants, live music, and cultural attractions. The Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival is held every April in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. This festival celebrates the strawberry harvest with live music, carnival rides, and a variety of food vendors. Fête de la Nature: BioBlitz and Crawfish Benefit is an annual event that takes place in May. This event celebrates nature with a BioBlitz, which is a 24-hour survey of local wildlife. There is also a crawfish boil and live music. Stir the Pot is an annual event that takes place in June.
This event celebrates Louisiana's culinary heritage with cooking demonstrations, tastings, and live music. If you have any questions about these events, please contact the event organizers directly.