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2015 Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

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2015 Catfish Festival is Right around the corner

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Annual Mardi Gras Parade

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Date:  Saturday, February 22, 2014
Time:  Line-Up @ 10:00 A.M.
Parade Begins @ 11:00 A.M.
Deadline for Entering: February 21, 2014

GUIDELINES & RULES

Line up starts at the Washington Rec. Ctr. at 705 S. Bridge St. and will end at the Washington Community Center.  Immediately after the parade there will be LIVE ENTERTAINMENT at the Downtown Pavilion on Main St., featuring: Geno Delafose (11:30am-1:00pm), Greg Martinez (1:30pm-3:00pm), Chris Ardoin (3:30pm-5:00pm), and Lil’ Kenny (5:30pm-7:00pm) across from the Washington Police Dept. Admission is “Free of Charge!”  There will also be food and drinks sold.  There will be Arts & Crafts and Antique Shops setup along Main St. also the Old Schoolhouse Mall will be offering unique displays of handmade and manufactured merchandise. There will be Trolley Tours available.  Any questions please call Town Hall at 337-826-3626. *****The Parade is free to enter.

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Mardi Gras Donation Letter
TOWN OF WASHINGTON ANNUAL MARDI GRAS PARADE GUIDELINES 2014

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Sensitivity Training May Be Available to Officers

Training designed to help officers become more sensitive to the needs of the people they serve may soon be available to both Washington police officers and St. Landry Parish sheriff’s deputies. Capt. Eddy Thibodeaux, training officer of the sheriff’s department … Continue reading

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Town Council Meeting

Town Council Meetings are held once a month on the third Monday of the month beginning at 7:00 pm in the Town Hall meeting room! Please come and share your vision of the future of the Town of Washington.

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Free health tests start this month

Washington residents will be able to receive free cholesterol and blood sugar checks and get dietary counseling on April 20 and every third Friday at a “Health Buggy” that will park at Immaculate Conception Church. Peter Savoy, CEO of the … Continue reading

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Historic Washington Bed and Breakfasts:

Camelia Cove  -  211 W. Hill Street – (Annie Bidstrup) 337-826-7362
Bed and breakfast accommodations offer large rooms lavishly furnished with antiques and private bath. Tours by appointment.
 
Crawford House – Circa:  1850 – 331 Carriere Street – (Susan Tinney) 337-826-3003
Historic home just a short stroll from Main Street and all shops.  One room with private bath and entrance.
 
Country House  – 608 E. Carriere Street – (June Lowery) 337-826-3052
1902 Queen Anne Victorian with 1 suite upstairs, 1 suite downstairs and 2 cottages in a lovely garden, all with private baths.
 
Courtableau House – Circa: Early 1900 Century – 225 W. Carriere Street – (John Lafleur) – 337-418-1506
French colonial house; 1 private suite with 2 beds and private bath,  master bedroom with 1 private bath.  Home is furnished in period French Antiques and rare art.  French creole breakfast.  Website
 
Harbourage House -  Circa: 1869 – 3425 Tate Lane -(Dennis & Dexter) – 337-826-4875
A restored Acadiana style raised cottage circa 1860.  The house is set in 1.3 acres of tranquil, landscaped gardens.    Website.
 
Steamboat Cottages – 513 N. Main Street – (Frankie Elder) 337-826-1009
Cottages just steps away from the restaurant on Bayou Courtableau.
 
The Red Gate House – Circa: Early 1800′s – 415 N. St. John – (Roberta Eckert) 337-826-0074
 
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Garden Club Event April 21

The Washington Garden Club will present its annual “Geaux Green” garden affair at the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church, 308 Church St., on Saturday, April 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the … Continue reading

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Sensitivity Training May be Available to Officers

Training designed to help officers become more sensitive to the needs of the people they serve may soon be available to both Washington police officers and St. Landry Parish sheriff’s deputies. Capt. Eddy Thibodeaux, training officer of the sheriff’s department … Continue reading

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