Fiesta on the Bayou set for this Saturday
Fiesta on the Bayou, a fun, Mexico-themed party with lots of activities, will be happening on Saturday, April 30th, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cut Off Youth Center.
The Fiesta promises lots of fun including a jalapeno eating contest with a $250 prize, a pie eating contest for both kids and adults, a coloring contest for the kids, and a sombrero throwing contest to see who can throw a large sombrero the farthest.
El Paso Mexican Grill will be serving up some delicious Mexican food such as quesadillas, tacos, enchiladas, guacamole, both chicken and steak fajitas, churros, and more! And all at affordable prices.
There will be fun carnival games with some great prizes available to win. And you can even throw your friends in jail, in the carnival jail, that is.
The Fiesta also offers a craft show where many local vendors will be displaying and selling their crafts.
The event promises lots of fun, but what makes it special is that all profits will be given to the following local charities: Pushing Paddles for a Cure, the Virtual Academy of Lafourche, and Relay for Life of Lafourche.
For more information, contact Jeff Hensley at (985) 772-3457.
Posted on Tue, April 26, 2016
by The Lafourche Gazette