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Visitors and locals pose with the Lafayette sign in downtown Lafayette.
Acadiana Park Nature Station, a 150-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette that includes trails, canoe launch and an educational building.
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum with the original museum reflected in the glass.
ArtWalks are held the second Saturday of every month in downtown Lafayette.
Musical jams occur throughout Lafayette. This impromptu event happened at the monthly ArtWalk.
Borden's Ice Cream is a popular snack spot in Lafayette.
Alexandre Mouton was a Lafayette resident and former Louisiana governor.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajun Band.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette champion softball team.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has a swamp at its center, complete with alligators.
When it's not too humid, Lafayette residents can enjoy the region's green spaces.
Lafayette’s Krewe des Chiens is the annual Mardi Gras parade for dogs.
Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that promotes Acadian, Native American and Creole people from the time period 1765 to 1890.
A building in Vermillionville.
Zachary Richard performs at the annual Festival International de Louisiane.
The Cajundome is Lafayette’s entertainment and sports facility.
The Cathedral of St. John in downtown Lafayette celebrates its 100th year in 2016 and 195 years as a parish congregation.
Louisiana crawfish, a staple in Lafayette.
Crawfish pie, a traditional Cajun dish.
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Visitors and locals pose with the Lafayette sign in downtown Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Acadiana Park Nature Station, a 150-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette that includes trails, canoe launch and an educational building. – Cheré Coen

Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village.  – Cheré Coen

Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village.  – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum with the original museum reflected in the glass. – Cheré Coen

ArtWalks are held the second Saturday of every month in downtown Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Musical jams occur throughout Lafayette. This impromptu event happened at the monthly ArtWalk. – Cheré Coen

Borden's Ice Cream is a popular snack spot in Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Alexandre Mouton was a Lafayette resident and former Louisiana governor. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajun Band. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette champion softball team. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has a swamp at its center, complete with alligators. – Cheré Coen

When it's not too humid, Lafayette residents can enjoy the region's green spaces. – Cheré Coen

Lafayette’s Krewe des Chiens is the annual Mardi Gras parade for dogs. – Cheré Coen

Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that promotes Acadian, Native American and Creole people from the time period 1765 to 1890. – Cheré Coen

A building in Vermillionville. – Cheré Coen

Zachary Richard performs at the annual Festival International de Louisiane. – Cheré Coen

The Cajundome is Lafayette’s entertainment and sports facility. – Cheré Coen

The Cathedral of St. John in downtown Lafayette celebrates its 100th year in 2016 and 195 years as a parish congregation. – Cheré Coen

Louisiana crawfish, a staple in Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Crawfish pie, a traditional Cajun dish. – Cheré Coen

Visitors and locals pose with the Lafayette sign in downtown Lafayette.
Acadiana Park Nature Station, a 150-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette that includes trails, canoe launch and an educational building.
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum with the original museum reflected in the glass.
ArtWalks are held the second Saturday of every month in downtown Lafayette.
Musical jams occur throughout Lafayette. This impromptu event happened at the monthly ArtWalk.
Borden's Ice Cream is a popular snack spot in Lafayette.
Alexandre Mouton was a Lafayette resident and former Louisiana governor.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajun Band.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette champion softball team.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has a swamp at its center, complete with alligators.
When it's not too humid, Lafayette residents can enjoy the region's green spaces.
Lafayette’s Krewe des Chiens is the annual Mardi Gras parade for dogs.
Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that promotes Acadian, Native American and Creole people from the time period 1765 to 1890.
A building in Vermillionville.
Zachary Richard performs at the annual Festival International de Louisiane.
The Cajundome is Lafayette’s entertainment and sports facility.
The Cathedral of St. John in downtown Lafayette celebrates its 100th year in 2016 and 195 years as a parish congregation.
Louisiana crawfish, a staple in Lafayette.
Crawfish pie, a traditional Cajun dish.
Visitors and locals pose with the Lafayette sign in downtown Lafayette.
Acadiana Park Nature Station, a 150-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette that includes trails, canoe launch and an educational building.
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village. 
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum with the original museum reflected in the glass.
ArtWalks are held the second Saturday of every month in downtown Lafayette.
Musical jams occur throughout Lafayette. This impromptu event happened at the monthly ArtWalk.
Borden's Ice Cream is a popular snack spot in Lafayette.
Alexandre Mouton was a Lafayette resident and former Louisiana governor.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajun Band.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette champion softball team.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has a swamp at its center, complete with alligators.
When it's not too humid, Lafayette residents can enjoy the region's green spaces.
Lafayette’s Krewe des Chiens is the annual Mardi Gras parade for dogs.
Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that promotes Acadian, Native American and Creole people from the time period 1765 to 1890.
A building in Vermillionville.
Zachary Richard performs at the annual Festival International de Louisiane.
The Cajundome is Lafayette’s entertainment and sports facility.
The Cathedral of St. John in downtown Lafayette celebrates its 100th year in 2016 and 195 years as a parish congregation.
Louisiana crawfish, a staple in Lafayette.
Crawfish pie, a traditional Cajun dish.

Visitors and locals pose with the Lafayette sign in downtown Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Acadiana Park Nature Station, a 150-acre facility in the northeastern corner of Lafayette that includes trails, canoe launch and an educational building. – Cheré Coen

Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village.  – Cheré Coen

Acadian Village is a collection of historic buildings arranged to depict an 1800’s Cajun village.  – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum with the original museum reflected in the glass. – Cheré Coen

ArtWalks are held the second Saturday of every month in downtown Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Musical jams occur throughout Lafayette. This impromptu event happened at the monthly ArtWalk. – Cheré Coen

Borden's Ice Cream is a popular snack spot in Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Alexandre Mouton was a Lafayette resident and former Louisiana governor. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin Cajun Band. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette champion softball team. – Cheré Coen

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has a swamp at its center, complete with alligators. – Cheré Coen

When it's not too humid, Lafayette residents can enjoy the region's green spaces. – Cheré Coen

Lafayette’s Krewe des Chiens is the annual Mardi Gras parade for dogs. – Cheré Coen

Vermilionville is a living history museum and folklife park that promotes Acadian, Native American and Creole people from the time period 1765 to 1890. – Cheré Coen

A building in Vermillionville. – Cheré Coen

Zachary Richard performs at the annual Festival International de Louisiane. – Cheré Coen

The Cajundome is Lafayette’s entertainment and sports facility. – Cheré Coen

The Cathedral of St. John in downtown Lafayette celebrates its 100th year in 2016 and 195 years as a parish congregation. – Cheré Coen

Louisiana crawfish, a staple in Lafayette. – Cheré Coen

Crawfish pie, a traditional Cajun dish. – Cheré Coen

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