Come out for the Cast Iron CRAWL, a fun downtown activity that will take you to your favorite places in Downtown Houma and end at the Houma Cast Iron Cookoff to sample delicious dishes, enjoy live music, and much more!
Fill your Crawl Bingo Card by doing fun activities at local restaurants, bars, and downtown landmarks. Once you complete four tasks across, down, or diagonal on the card, bring it to the Cast Iron Cookoff (where you'll have free entry) to turn in your card for a chance to win the grand prize - a cast iron cookware & gift cards to downtown merchants!
You can fill in your Crawl Bingo Card any time Feb. 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cards must be turned in to the entrance gate at Cast Iron Cookoff prior to 2:30 p.m. to be entered to win the grand prize.
$10 entry gets you:
•Bingo card to participate in the Cast Iron Crawl.
•Discounted specials at participating downtown businesses.
•Entry into the Cast Iron Cookoff (12-4 p.m. near Courthouse Square) where you can sample delicious dishes prepared by local cooking teams, drinks, and live music.
•Chance to win gift cards to downtown businesses.
•Warm fuzzy feeling knowing you donated to help fund Houma Rotary Club service projects that benefit local elementary students, veterans, and the community including carbon monoxide monitors to local districts!
The Houma Rotary Cast Iron Cookoff presented by Transech LLC features 30+ cooking teams serving their best dishes cooked in cast iron cookware. For just a small admission fee, you can taste everything, vote for your favorite, and support a great cause!
All event proceeds benefit the many local service projects of the Rotary Club of Houma, including education, leadership, and veteran projects in our community.
In addition to delicious food, the Cast Iron Cookoff will have live local music, a Cast Iron Crawl throughout downtown Houma, and local artists displaying their work. You don’t want to miss this fabulous event!
The 18th Annual Jambalaya Writers' Conference will include guest speakers, writers, and panels on poetry, world building, and book marketing. The program will also include editor pitch sessions and the First Page American Idol program.
Barry P. Bonvillain Civic Center, 346 Civic Center Blvd.
Barry P. Bonvillain Civic Center
Craftin' Cajuns features 220 indoor exhibitor booths showcasing a variety of products, including home decor, gifts, clothing, bath and body products, beauty products, drinkware, wood furniture, art, sweets and treats, and specialty items. Admission is free.
Check in at Anchor Foursquare Church, 6741 Grand Caillou Road, Dulac
Keep Terrebonne Beautiful
Keep Terrebonne Beautiful, which seeks a clean, green, and more beautiful Terrebonne Parish with The White Boot Clean Up on Saturday, March 18, 2023, at the Anchor Foursquare Church. Keep Terrebonne Beautiful is seeking volunteers to remove litter and debris from roadsides, highways, and waterways for safer, cleaner communities. Registration begins at 7 a.m.; cleanup begins at 8 a.m. Stick around afterwards for the celebration.
All day of delicious pig, smoked, cooked, fried, to indulge in food, fun, drinks and music. This festival will be its 3rd year of fun while bringing quality of life back to the community. Our organization fund projects in the community and our proudest one as of 2022 is the Bandstand that sits in the court square in Houma. If you want to pass a good time , get your belly full of food and your spirit full of life, mark your calendar for March 25, 2023.
Government Tower at 8026 Main Street in Houma, Louisiana
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government observes 11 regular holidays throughout the year. Public Transit buses will use the weekend schedule during all observed holidays. Garbage collections are suspended/cancelled on New Year's Day, Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day only. For more information about Parish Government observed holidays, visit the HR section of the parish website, or click the View Event Details link below.