The Life on the Bayou Heritage Fair at The Pitot House…

brings typical 1800's era activities to life at this c.1799 historic house. Experience activities from the 1800s and the early 1900s including Native American basket making, Houma Indian crafts, wood carving, boat building, indigo dying, caning, quilting, carpentry, pottery making, and calligraphy.

Children's games from the past will be available to play on the lawn. will be played on the lawn.  The New Orleans

Quarter Shantey Krewe will sing songs of sailors and their adventures at sea from another era. Louisiane Vintage Dancers recreate the dances, music, and dress of the 1800's Pitot House.  

Saturday, September 14, 2019
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
$7.50 admission, free for children under 3

A full event schedule is coming soon.


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