Author name: Charles Daigle

DoMonique Warren crowned Miss Andouille, Teen Andouille Brooklyn Boe

Lights! Camera! Action! The 50th Anniversary Andouille Pageant was held Saturday, September 23, 2023, at St. John Theatre. Parish President Hotard would again like to congratulate the newly crowned Miss Andouille DoMonique Warren and Teen Andouille Brooklyn Boe. Special thanks to the Andouille Pageant Committee and those who assisted with the Pageant, provided entertainment, and …

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Ride Tickets

Have you heard? We have a new ride vendor this year! You can now purchase advance ride tickets for the weekend of the Andouille Festival! Tickets can be purchased during operating hours at the following locations:Ride Tickets are available at Matherne’s Supermarket, Gregg’s Neighborhood Market, Don’s Supermarket, and the St. John the Baptist Government Complex. …

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Andouille Pageant

September 23, 2023 LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! Have you always dreamed of wearing a crown?  Now is your chance! We are currently accepting applications for the 2023 Andouille Festival Pageant which will feature glitz and glamour on St. John’s own red carpet! Join us for an informational meeting this Tuesday, August 15th, at 6:00 pm at 1811 …

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What is Andouille?

and why would people dedicate a festival to a sausage? It isn’t easy to spell or pronounce. Yet it is really not surprising that Andouille was chosen as the single – and now shining – star of its own festival.  In Colonial days the recipe for an Andouille made the trip to Louisiana safely tucked …

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Directions

FROM I-10: Take exit 209 for US-51 toward LaPlaceFollow US-51 S to 2900 U.S. Hwy 51 to theSt. John the Baptist Parish Community CenterThomas F. Daley Memorial Park

History of the festival

The first Andouille Festival was held in October of 1972 and called “The LaPlace Andouille Festival.” The idea for the festival surfaced after Mentor Landry indicated the need to have a community festival to then L’Observateur newspaper editor Joseph Lucia Sr. With that idea, Frank Fagot, of the LaPlace Volunteer Fire Department, began organizing the …

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