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Gambit's 2012 Guide to Fairs & Festivals - October 

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3-6 — Jefferson Davis Parish Fair, Jennings (Jennings Fairgrounds, Hwy. 26 South, 337-824-1773)

3-7 — Tangipahoa Parish Free Fair, Amite (404 Reid Ave., 985-542-7520; www.tangi-cvb.org)

5-6 — Robeline Heritage Festival, Robeline (El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail, Hwy. 6, 800-259-1714; www.robelineheritage.org)

5-7 — Gretna Heritage Festival, Gretna (Historic downtown, Fourth Street and Huey P. Long Avenue, 361-7748; www.gretnafest.com)

6 — Art for Art's Sake, New Orleans (Various locations, 528-3805; www.cacno.org)

6 — Antique Fall Festival, Denham Springs (Denham Springs Antique Village, N. Range Avenue, 225-665-4666; www.denhamspringsantiquevillage.com)

6 — Hungarian Harvest Dance, Springfield (American Legion Hall, Hwy. 43, 225-567-3598; www.magyars.org)

6 — Shadows Arts and Crafts Festival, New Iberia (Shadows-on-the-Teche Plantation, 317 E. Main St., 877-200-4924; www.shadowsontheteche.org)

6-7 — Festival of Quilts, Cottonport (Cottonport Museum & Cultural Center, 220 Cottonport Ave., 318-876-3517)

6-7 — Germanfest, Robert's Cove (7212 Roberts Cove Road, 337-334-8354; www.robertscovegermanfest.com)

7 — Angola Prison Rodeo, Angola (Louisiana State Penitentiary, Hwy. 66, 225-655-2030; www.angolarodeo.com)

7 — Sugarfest, Port Allen (West Baton Rouge Museum, 845 N. Jefferson Ave., 225-336-2422; www.westbatonrougemuseum.com)

9-14 — Cotton Festival, Ville Platte (1293 Lee St., 337-363-6367; www.louisianacottonfestival.com)

11-14 — Louisiana Cattle Festival, Abbeville (Downtown, 337-652-0646; www.louisianacattlefestival.org)

12-14 — Bucktown Seafood Festival, Metairie (1600 Lake Ave., 833-8224; www.bucktownseafoodfestival.com)

12-14 — Crescent City Blues and Barbecue Festival, New Orleans (Lafayette Square Park, 558-6100; www.jazzandheritage.org/events)

12-14 — Gumbo Cookoff, New Iberia (Bouligny Plaza, 337-364-1836; www.iberiachamber.org/gumbo.php)

12-14 — Voice of the Wetlands Festival, Houma (985-226-1004; www.voiceofthewetlands.org)

12-14 — Festivals Acadiens, Lafayette (800-346-1958; www.festivalsacadiens.com)

12-14 — Gumbo Festival, Bridge City (Holy Guardian Angels Church, 1701 Bridge City Ave., 259-4718; www.gumbofestival.org)

12-14 — Louisiana Gumbo Festival, Chackbay (326 Hwy. 304, 985-633-2828; www.lagumbofest.com)

12-18 — New Orleans Film Festival, New Orleans (Various locations, 309-6633; www.neworleansfilmsociety.org)

13 — Jazz'n the Vines, Bush (81250 Old Military Road, Hwy. 1082, 985-892-9742; www.pontchartrainvineyards.com)

13-14 — Cajun Heritage Festival, LaRose (Larose Regional Park and Civic Center, 307 E. Fifth St., 985-693-7355; www.bayoucivicclub.org)

13-14 — Wooden Boat Festival, Madisonville (Mulberry and Water streets, 985-845-9200; www.woodenboatfest.org)

13-14 — Awesome Art on the Bayou Arts & Cultural Festival, Gonzales (Jambalaya Park, 225-328-7354; www.artgumbo.org)

14 — Angola Prison Rodeo, Angola (Louisiana State Penitentiary, Hwy. 66, 225-655-2030; www.angolarodeo.com)

14 — International Heritage Celebration, Baton Rouge (275 S. River Road, 225-930-0901; www.brcwa.com)

17-20 — Washington Parish Free Fair, Franklinton (Washington Parish Fairgrounds, Main Street; www.freefair.com)

18-20 — Rice Festival, Crowley (Downtown, 337-783-3067; www.ricefestival.com)

19-21 — International Acadian Fest, Plaquemine (C. M. "Mike" Zito Multi-Purpose Center, 61755 Bayou Road, 225-659-7579; www.acadianfestival.org)

19-21 — Andouille Festival, LaPlace (St. John Community Center, 2900 Hwy. 51, 985-652-9569; www.andouillefestival.com)

20 — Fall for Art, Covington (Downtown, 985-892-8650; www.sttammanyartassociation.org)

20-21 — Fall Garden Show, New Orleans (New Orleans Botanical Gardens, City Park, 483-9386; www.neworleanscitypark.com/garden)

20-21 — Oak Alley Plantation Fall Arts & Crafts Festival, Vacherie (3645 Hwy. 18, Great River Road, 800-442-5539; www.oakalleyplantation.com)

20-21 — Old Farmer's Day, Loranger (Brunett Farms, 56136 Loranger Road, 985-878-2360; www.oldfarmersday.com)

21 — Angola Prison Rodeo, Angola (Louisiana State Penitentiary, Hwy. 66, 225-655-2030; www.angolarodeo.com)

22 — Tailgating Cook-off & Fais Do Do, Loreauville (Loreauville Park, 601 Ed Broussard Road, 888-942-3742)

24-28 — Yambilee Festival, Opelousas (Yambilee Grounds, Hwy. 190, 337-948-8848; www.yambilee.com)

25-Nov. 4 — Greater Baton Rouge State Fair, Baton Rouge (16072 Airline Hwy., 225-755-3247; www.gbrsf.com)

26-28 — French Food Festival, LaRose (Larose Regional Park and Civic Center, 307 E. Fifh St., 985-693-7355; www.bayoucivicclub.org)

26-28 — Voodoo Experience, New Orleans (City Park, www.thevoodooexperience.com)

27 — Jazz'n the Vines, Bush (81250 Old Military Road, Hwy. 1082, 985-892-9742; www.pontchartrainvineyards.com)

27 — Louisiana Book Festival, Baton Rouge (Various locations, 225-219-9503; www.louisianabookfestival.org)

27-28 — Antique Street Fair, Slidell (Olde Towne Antique District, 985-641-6316; www.slidellantiques.com)

28 — Angola Prison Rodeo, Angola (Louisiana State Penitentiary, Hwy. 66, 225-655-2030; www.angolarodeo.com)

28 — Feast on the Levee, Brusly (St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 402 S. Kirkland Drive., 225-749-2189; www.sjb-brusly.com)

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