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Volunteers needed for Festivals Acadiens

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Organizers with Festivals Acadiens et Créoles are looking for volunteers before, during and after the event to ensure a success.

Festivals Acadiens started in 1972 as an effort to keep Cajun culture alive. Since then it has grown into a three day event that attracts people of many different nationalities from all over the world.

The festival is held in Girard Park from Oct. 11 - 13. There will be music performances from Courtbouillon, Horace Trahan and the Ossun Express, The Babineaux Sisters, Feufollet, Wayne Toups ZydeCajun and many more.

If you would like to volunteer there is still time to register. Click here to sign up

For more information about Festivals Acadiens click here

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