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February 17, 2019
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Performance Center
Come dance the afternoon away at Le Bal du Dimanche à Vermilionville with Ronnie Matthews & Throwdown. Admission is $10 (free for members) and refreshments will be available for this smoke-free, family-friendly event. For more information call (337) 233-4077.

February 24, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Vermilionville Living History Museum & Folklife Park presents the Courir de Mardi Gras & Manger: A Community Celebration of Foodways. Join us as we celebrate two grand events during one festive day! Feel free to wear your Mardi Gras attire as you dance to the sounds of FeuFollett!
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On Voyage dans le Temps à Vermilionville: 

It takes a village


Vermilionville will continue to host our Annual Summer Camp for four weeks. Each week is tailored to a specific group in order to provide age-appropriate and skill level demonstrations as well as hands-on craft opportunities. 

While your children are with us, they will experience the total Vermilionville package. Camp begins each morning at 8:30 a.m. and last until 4 p.m. We will provide campers with a light breakfast along with lunch & snacks from our restaurant, La Cuisine de Maman. If your child has any allergies, please communicate this information on the registration form so we can accommodate their needs. 

Throughout the week, campers will learn what makes Acadiana unique.

On the first two days, they'll learn about the earth, plants, the bayou, and natural resources. Our gardener and chef will teach the campers everything from planting their own food to preparing their own lunch. The following days will focus on Acadian, Creole and Native Americans cultures. In addition, they will work with artisans and musicians to learn about various music, crafts and historical facts.

Each day, campers will partake in hands-on projects. And, yes, they will be able to bring their handmade journals and other items home at the end of the week. The camp will conclude with a 'Show-Off' Day for parents and siblings to see what was learned.  Of course, we will keep camp favorites such as fishing, canoeing and boat tours.  But, we are adding new activities like animal tracking, archaeology and Native American pottery making. 

The camp will emphasize English and French languages. In order to register for French sessions, your  child must be able to speak French fluently or have completed at least a year of immersion classes. 

Cost for the week is $250. A $100 deposit is required (there is a $3 charge to pay online); your child's spot will not be confirmed until a payment is received. Siblings who register for camp will receive at $50 discount (one discount for one sibling). The registration fee covers all materials associated with hands-on crafts, food, t-shirt and water bottle.

*We recommend campers wear comfortable clothes and bring a beach towel, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, a hat and a change of clothes. 


Week 1 (June 18 - June 22)  Ages 5-8  (English)
Week 2 (June 25 - June 29) Ages 9-12 (English)
Week 3 (July 9 -July 13) Ages 5-8 (French)
Week 4 (July 16 - July 20)  Ages 9-12 (French) 

Click here to register for Summer Camp.

If your child is too old to participate, what about encouraging him/her to become a Junior Counselor  (ages 13-16)? Click here to apply for a Junior Counselor position. For questions, please contact Markie Belanger at or 337-233-4077 x. 199 for more information.