St. Francisville, Louisiana

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St. Francisville, Louisiana, USA

Entertainment & Events in St. Francisville, Louisiana

Special Events

  • Christmas in the Country 800-789-4221
    Held Downtown
    Always held the 1st weekend in December, Christmas in the Country features the town magically lit up, carolers, open houses in the shops and a Christmas parade.

Night Life

  • Wine Parlor at the St. Francisville Inn 225-635-6502
    5720 Commerce Street
    St. Francisville, LA 70775
    The Wine Parlor is a wine and beer bar located in the mainhouse of the St. Francisville Inn. It offers a large selection from around the world. The wine is also available by the bottle to bring home or a party.  more

Festivals & Fairs

  • Audubon Country Birdfest 225-635-6502
    A Variety of Wildlife Areas
    The premier event will showcase the beautiful and abundant bird life, natural habitat, and history of Louisiana's Feliciana Parishes. The festival promises a wide array of birding field trips into spectacular wildlife areas and privately owned properties. Over 175 species of birds are known to reside or migrate through the area. John James Audubon, the festival's namesake, is known to have painted up to 80 of his artworks contained in the “Birds of North America” portfolio here. Held in July. more
    Sponsored By: Feliciana Nature Society

Sporting Events

  • Angola Prison Rodeo 225-655-2133
    Louisiana State Penitentiary
    Angola, LA 70712
    Located 22 Miles Northwest of St. Francisville
    Occurring every Sunday in October, the Angola Rodeo is the longest running prison rodeo in the United States. A professionally produced rodeo, the Angola Rodeo also features inmate arts and crafts, food, and entertainment. Proceeds from the Angola Prison Rodeo cover rodeo costs and helps the Louisiana State Penitentiary Inmate Welfare Fund which provides for inmate educational and recreational supplies. Spring Rodeo in April call for more information. more


  • Audubon Pilgrimage 225-635-6330
    PO Box 338
    St. Francisville, LA 70775
    Held annually the third weekend in March, the Audubon Pilgrimage features Oakley House, Rosedown Plantation, Afton Villa Gardens, private homes, 19th century churches and more. The Pilgrimage is dedicated to the memory of John James Audubon, who set himself the task of painting all the birds in America. Audubon painted no less than 80 of his famous folios here. Oakley, where Audubon came to tutor Eliza Pirrie in 1821, is the centerpiece of the Audubon State Historic Site. The West Feliciana Historical Society stages the Pilgrimage to share with visitors the history of Audubon's Happy Land. Held in March. more


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