On Sunday, March 22, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards issued a stay-at-home order to combat coronavirus spread. The order requires Louisiana residents to shelter-at-home unless going out for essential tasks effective until April 12. Many attractions, concerts, events, and festivals have either been postponed or canceled activities until that time. Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou will work to communicate updates on events and attractions openings as they become available.
For additional information and updates visit https://www.houmatoday.com/.
Louisiana’s Cajun Bayou Tourism
Due to rising concern over COVID-19, the visitor center in Raceland will suspend operations through March 29. Louisiana’s Cajun bayou is diligently reaching out to partners, clients and the hospitality community as a whole in order to navigate through this unprecedented challenge.
Bayou Lafourche Folklife Museum & Heritage Museum
The museum is closed until further notice.
Bayou Country Children’s Museum
The museum will be closed until April 13. Please stay tuned to the Children’s Museum Facebook Page for updated information.
Center for Traditional Louisiana Boat Building
The center is closed until further notice. For updates on reopening, please check their Facebook Page for updated information.
E.D. White Historic Site
The museum will be closed until further notice in an effort to fight the spread of COVID-19. Check the Louisiana State Museum website for updated information.
Jean Lafitte Wetlands Acadian Cultural Center
Bateau De Bois Festival
This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Thibodaux Volunteer Firemen's Fair
This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. Check their website for updated information.
Updates on COVID-19
General COVID-19 Information
Louisiana Workforce Commission
Small Business Association
LED – various links/resources