Lafourche Parish Sheriff Craig Webre has announced the list of official "block party" locations in Lafourche Parish for the 32nd Annual National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 4.
Each party will begin at 6 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. and will feature food, fun and games.
The annual National Night Out Against Crime parade will take place in the Mathews area, beginning at the U.S. Highway 90 Fire Station and continuing throughout the streets of the Sugar Land Subdivision.
Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office deputies will be visiting each location to speak with area residents about neighborhood concerns.
The Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office will be providing food at each of the block party sites. Additionally, Explorers from POST 323 will be present at each block party location offering free child fingerprinting and IDs to help enhance personal safety in Lafourche Parish. Each block party will be unique and offer various activities for children and adults.
Below is a list of block party locations around Lafourche Parish, as well as contact information for each party:
- Sugar Land Subdivision, (144 Twin Oaks Drive, Raceland). For party contact Rose Sampey at (985) 537-5667; for parade, contact Danny Mayet at (985) 637-2166 or (985) 537-6562.
- 329 Aspen Drive, Raceland, (access via Elm Drive off LA Hwy. 1). Contact Cory Detillier at (985) 537-5337.
- 161 Market Street, Raceland, (sponsored by Community Outreach Ministry Encounters). Contact Bethany Burns at (985) 413-4817.
- Vacherie-Gheens Community Center, (1783 Hwy. 654, Gheens). Contact Adam Chauvin at (985) 226-9635.
- 218 West 214th Street, Galliano. Contact Jean and Michelle Thibodeaux at (985) 855-0757.
- Golden Meadow Town Hall, (107 Jervis Drive, Golden Meadow). Contact Jamie Liner at (985) 475-7942.
Also, as part of the National Night Out Against Crime event, the town of Lockport, along with the Lockport Police Dept. and Vol. Fire Dept., will host an Outdoor Movie Night at the Holy Savior Ballpark, Tuesday, August 4 at 6 p.m.
Bring your flashlights and blankets for the movie “Home” on the big screen beginning at 8 p.m.
Join in for a fun-filled evening loaded with games, prizes, face painting, and visits from several characters.
Fire and law enforcement personnel will also have several displays on hand. Hotdogs and homemade chili, popcorn and drinks will be provided.
This event is a non-alcoholic event.
Posted on Fri, July 31, 2015
by The Lafourche Gazette