2017 Golden Age Mardi Gras Ball
Held January 29th at the Landmark Hotel Ballroom, the 2017 Golden Age Mardi Gras Ball theme was Nursery Rhymes and Bedtime Stories.
  • Pinnacle Ball 2015

    Pinnacle Ball 2015

  • LSU Agriculture Moments: Winter 2015

    Jefferson Parish has teamed up with the LSU Ag Center to educate viewers on how to start and maintain your own yard and garden. In our winter series, Sarah Bertrand gives you tips on how to select the perfect fertilizer, how and when to prune your roses, as well as how to properly fertilize your fruit trees.

  • 2015 Christmas Tree Recycling Project

    Now in its 25th year, the Jefferson Parish Christmas Tree Marsh Restoration Project helps combat wetland erosion in the Barataria Basin. The wetlands protect developed areas against hurricane surges, provide natural treatment for storm water, and provide a rich nursery ground for fisheries. Now, a large percentage of these wetlands have been converted to open water, significantly reducing storm protection. This year, volunteers were able to place over 10,000 trees in pre-constructed shoreline fences in Goose Bayou near the Town of Jean Lafitte to help restore and protect Jefferson Parish’s coastal wetlands while saving much needed landfill space.

  • Marsalis Mansion Dedication

    Louisiana Highway Marker Dedication Ceremony on January 9, 2015.

  • Entergy Ninemile Plant Grand Opening Ceremony

    Entergy Ninemile Plant Grand Opening Ceremony on January 26, 2015.

  • Lafitte’s Barataria Museum & Wetland Trace

    The 6,000-square-foot, Barataria Museum tells the 200-year-old story of the Town of Jean Lafitte, a historic fishing village 20 miles southwest of New Orleans. Featuring a multi-media theatre presentation, an animated museum exhibition and a nature study trail, the museum leads visitors on a journey through the life of pirate Jean Lafitte, the stories and folk traditions of wetland dwellers and the realities of coastal erosion and natural and man-made disasters. State-of-the-art animatronic figures include a talking alligator as well as a surprise guest who is in search of “the golden thimble.” At the end of the exhibit, visitors emerge to a mile-and-half cypress swamp trail leading to a bayou, rookery and marsh area, filled with alligators, snakes, spiders and exotic birds. Exhibits displayed in the museum come from the former Louisiana Marine Fisheries Museum provided by the Louisiana Secretary of State, the Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Collection from the original Louisiana State Museum in the French Quarter and the Town of Jean Lafitte’s special historical collection.

  • Camp Parapet Day 2014

    Camp Parapet Day is sponsored by the Jefferson Parish Historical Commission and is assisted by the Jefferson Historical Society of Louisiana.

  • Lafreniere Lights 2014

    It’s time for Lafreniere Park’s annual Holiday in the Park exhibit. It’s now constructed with 100% LED lights, making it energy and cost efficient and environmentally friendly. Among the newest displays, visitors will see “Star Wars” favorites C3P0 and R2D2, a new ‘Despicable Me’ Minion Playground, new M&M Candy people, and Olaf and Sven will be lighting the way from the fantastically popular movie, “Frozen”. The Free “Snow Day” for the kids will be Saturday, December 13, 2014. The snow will fall at 9:30am between Shelters 7 and 8. Children 10 years of age and younger are invited to play in the snow and enjoy the holiday activities. Also there will be Free admission for Holiday in the Park visitors on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

  • Jefferson SPCA Pet Fest 2014

    Pet Fest is the party where “Pets Bring their People”, and has helped find “forever families” for hundreds of homeless animals.

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