Bayou Grace’s “Why Should We Save Coastal Louisiana?” exhibit opening at the Bayou Terrebonne Waterlife Museum will kick off at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8 with a celebration of coastal Louisiana and the many reasons we’ve documented why we must save coastal Louisiana. This free community event will feature food, music, folk art, tou lou lou races, information, a silent auction, and the opportunity for you to add your voice to the hundreds of others who’ve answered the question, “Why should we save coastal Louisiana?”
One of the reception highlights is a musical performance by acclaimed Louisiana musician and coastal restoration advocate Zachary Richard. Zachary’s performance begins at 7:00 inside the Waterlife Museum. Contact the Bayou Grace office at 985-594-5350 or email email@example.com to reserve your seat for this very special performance.
This event is part of the annual Art After Dark event sponsored by the Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild, so downtown Houma will be a great place to be this Saturday. Merci Beaucoup to the Houma Regional Arts Council for helping to sponsor this event.