PLACES AT LAFF - Rayne’s reigning Frog Festival Queen Fallyn Gonsoulin attended the 2019 Louisiana Association of Fairs and Festival Pageant where she placed in the top 15 among 68 queens from thro
THE POST-SIGNAL / Saja Hoffpauir
On Wednesday, March 20, Vermilionville will celebrate Louisiana’s first International Francophone Day.
The event, which is free and open to the public, will include the following:
The new “UN-Painted Art” exhibit at The Gallery will open this evening with an artists’ reception hosted by the Crowley Art Association.
Appearing as “Zombies” in the 2019 Town Revelers Carnival Ball were, front row from left, Bryan Comeaux, Dr. Stephen Cannon, Captain of the Krewe of Town Revelers Hank Capel, Ball Captain Greg Jones, Chris Brammer, Dr. Ted Reaux; middle row, Benji Guillot, Terry Shuff; back row, Bubba Vercher, Andy Ardoin, Dr. Kyle Ritchey, Ronnie Owens and Shannon Guidry.
Playing the “Witches” and the “Shadow” were, kneeling, Casey Goff; standing from left, Phyllis Owens, Sandra Marx and Katie Chiasson.
In the roles of the “Little Pigs” were, from left, Joshlyn Guidry, Jessica Ardoin, Casey Vercher, Belle Leleux, Judy Capel and Lisa Dupuis.
Hank Capel, Captain of the Krewe of Town Revelers, far left, with “Trolls” Joshlyn Guidry, Jessica Ardoin, Nicole Cannon and Patti Brammer.
It truly takes a village to produce the Krewe of Town Revelers Mardi Gras Ball.