Poche Plantation Hosts 3rd Arts and Crafts Festival
Poché Plantation, a New Orleans Plantation Country Attraction, is hosting its3rd Annual Plantation Arts and Crafts Festival on October 22nd - 23rd. Top arts and crafts vendors will gather on the grounds of the historic property offering a broad range of products including artwork, jewelry, candles and Cajun/Creole cuisine.
This year’s festival will include a Jambalaya Cook-Off, a Cracklin Cook-Off, a Red Bean Gumbo Cook-Off and a 5k Fun Run. An Acoustic String Jam will take place throughout the festival providing live music. Costumed guides will give tours of the nationally registered historic antebellum home during the festival weekend.
All proceeds from the Poche Plantation Arts and Crafts Show will benefit various charities and organizations throughout the communities of St. James Parish.For more information on the Poché Plantation Arts and Crafts Festival visit www.pocheplantationartsandcrafts.com.
About River Parishes Tourist Commission
Nestled between New Orleans and Baton Rouge along the Mississippi River, the River Parishes of St. Charles, St. John the Baptist and St. James Parishes unfold along River Road beckoning visitors to fall in love with the charm, beauty and mystique of Southeast Louisiana. The area’s rich and vibrant history offers a mixture of culture, cuisine and attractions not easily matched by any one location throughout Louisiana. For more information about the River Parishes Tourist Commission call 985-359-2562 or visit NewOrleansPlantationCountry.com.