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Noel Acadien au Village

Monday, December 01, 2014 - Tuesday, December 23, 2014

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LARC’s Acadian Village will host its thirty-fourth annual Christmas festival fundraiser to benefit persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Noel Acadien au Village will feature half a million lights, including the fully lit Open Door Chapel, themed Acadian home porches, lighted holiday displays, live entertainment, carnival rides, local cuisine, photos with Santa, holiday shopping, and more. Be sure to visit the Gingerbread House, Papa Noel in a pirogue, Tunnel of Lights, and floating Christmas trees on the bayou.

The event will be open nightly from 5:30 pm–9:30 pm (weather permitting). 200 Greenleaf Drive. Advance tickets are available for $7 each at Acadiana Shop-Rite stores. $9 at the gate. Children ages four and under are free. For the full entertainment schedule, nightly promotions, tickets, and other information, visit acadianvillage.org or call (337) 981-2364.

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