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Black Pot Festival & Cook-Off

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One of the most unique festivals in Louisiana held its second annual day of events at Acadian Village.

The 5th South Louisiana Black Pot Festival & cook-off was celebrated with great music and food. The festival features an old-fashioned black pot cook-off, an accordion contest, and square dancing. The Red Stick Ramblers and Feufollet were just a couple of the bands that performed at the festival.

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