Vermilionville to host La Boucherie Merci - KLFY News 10

Vermilionville to host La Boucherie Merci

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This Sunday the705, in partnership with the Lafayette Convention and Visitors Commission and Vermilionville, will host the Inaugural La Boucherie Merci.

This family-friendly event will take place at Vermilionville from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.

This event is free for members of the705 and Vermilionville and kids 6 and under and is only $5 for the general public.

There will be music from Briggs Brown and the New Lafayette Playboys, featuring Jamie Bearb and Roddie Romero.

 

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