Chamber State of the Parish 2017
  • Christmas Tree Restoration Project 2014

    Since 1991, over 750,000 Christmas trees have been recycled by using them to rebuild wetlands rather than taking up valuable landfill space. This year, on January 11th, Jefferson Parish did just that, loading thousands of old Christmas trees into beds along Goose Bayou Louisiana

  • Lafitte Cajun Christmas

    Lafitte’s new Barataria Museum and Wetland Trace hosted a new Jefferson Parish holiday tradition on Saturday, December 7th. The Cajun Christmas event gave visitors and residents alike a taste of Christmas down on the bayou with food, music, lights, and more all in the great outdoors of Cajun Country.

  • Holiday in the Park Lighting 2013

    Friday December 6th, 2013, Lafreniere Park kicked off its annual Holiday tradition of lighting up Lafreniere Park with thousands of colorful holiday lights and characters. Holiday in the Park will remain lit up and open to the public through the New Year’s holiday. The cost is $3 per car.

  • Fire Agility Testing 2013

    A look at Fire Agility Testing 2013

  • Night Out Against Crime 2013

    On October 15th, 2013, neighbors, police, and firemen gathered together all over Jefferson Parish for the 30th annual “National Night out Against Crime.” With parties going on all over the parish, the Night Out Against Crime helps to strengthen neighborhood support, increase crime prevention awareness, and stimulate anti-crime efforts.

  • Culinary Legacies at the JP Library: Al Scramuzza

    President of the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, Elizabeth Williams, moderates as the founder of Seafood City Al Scramuzza, Dr. Seafood himself, shares stories about his life and career.

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