Christmas Home Tours
December 3, 2022
Come visit our quaint town all dressed up for Christmas. Stroll the streets taking in the decorated shop windows.
Four of Louisiana's historic homes and the Belong Church will be open to welcome visitors. The church was built in 1867 by the First Methodist Episcopal Church. It has had a long and varied history as a church, Louisiana's city hall and jail, an art center, a private residence and now a church once again. Three of the homes on this year's tour will be making their
debut, as they have not been on the tour in over 20 years or not at all. These grand old homes will be dressed up in their Christmas finery, waiting for you to tour.
Tours will take place between 3-7 pm. Tickets will not be sold after 5pm and no tours will be given after 7pm.
Tickets are $20 if purchased in advance, and $25 the day of the tour. We respectfully ask that no children under the age of ten and all children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Please reserve your tickets in advance. Once we receive your reservation an email will be sent to you with information on how to pay and where to pick up your tour ticket the day of the tour.
Sat, Dec 3rd, 2022
Handmade Crafts for sale made by Stitching and Ripping for the Lord. The sale is being held at the The First Christian Church, 517 South Carolina St. here in Louisiana. It begins at 1pm and continues until everything is sold.
The proceeds will be used to purchase supplies to further their mission of providing items of comfort to individuals in need. They provide blankets to foster children, shawls and lap blankets to those in care homes and in hospice care.Sat, Dec 3rd, 2022
Soup & Sandwich Supper
The First Christian Church, 517 South Carolina St,, will be hosting a soup and sandwich supper for all. The festivities will begin at 4:30, with a movie following the supper. Please come join in.
All are welcome!
There will be a free will offering for anyone that wishes to donate.Sat, Dec 3rd, 2022
Annual Mid-Town Church WalkDecember 11, 2022
29th Annual Mid-Town Church Walk
December 11th, 2022
STARTS at Bethel AME at the corner of N. 6th and Tennessee St. at 3:00PM
The Annual Louisiana Area Historical Museum Mid-Town Church Walk. Participating churches include: Bethel AME, Christian - Disciples of Christ, First Baptist, Centenary Methodist, Calvary Episcopal, and First Presbyterian. Each church will have a 15 minute Christmas presentation. The walk will end at the Presbyterian Church with refreshments of cider and cookies.
Sun, Dec 11th, 2022
Bluegrass Pickers FestivalMay 13th, 2023
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Our 2nd Annual Louisiana Bluegrass Pickers Festival is taking place on historic Georgia Street. This festival will begin with vendors lining the streets and continue with a car cruise, ending at the riverfront. Live bluegrass and folk bands will be playing throughout the day and into the evening. Participate in the corn-hole competition, scavenger hunt, and the fiddle contest. Enjoy the entertainment trucks and grab some grub from the wide selection of food trucks. Bring the kids to see the petting zoo and feed the animals. Come and enjoy a fun-filled day out!Sat, May 13th, 2023
Scarecrow CompetitionOctober 2023
Businesses in Louisiana will be competing to win the coveted prize for the best decorated scarecrow. Come visit us October 1st through October 31st and judge for yourself. See if you agree with the judges on who should be the winner!Sun, Oct 1st, 2023
38th Annual Louisiana ColorfestOctober 21st and 22nd, 2023
Louisiana is home to Pike County's largest festival, the Louisiana Colorfest, attended by over 8,000 people annually. This two-day festival has live bands, kids activities, duck races, sidewalk chalk competitions, beard and baby contests, and a talent show! We look forward to seeing you there!
Colorfest Schedule of EventsSat, Oct 21st, 2023
Christmas ParadeNovember 25, 2023
Come visit Louisiana for the evening! The Louisiana History Museum will open and have live organ music playing. at 4PM. Make sure to stop in and see Santa at the museum after the parade!
The Christmas parade will begin at 5PM.
After the Christmas parade, the town tree will be lit and vendor shopping is available.
Be sure to visit our local stores that will be open in the historic district as well!Sat, Nov 25th, 2023
Tree Trimming and Santa @ the Louisiana Area Historical Museum
Sat, Nov 25th, 2023
Christmas carols will be played on an antique pump organ at a free concert of Christmas music at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 25, before the downtown Christmas parade and the Museum's Tree Trimming Party. Following the Christmas parade, the Museum will be hosting Santa Claus for kids and their families.
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