Sabine Freestate Festival
|Sabine Freestate Festival|
Our festival celebrates the period when western Louisiana was declared "neutral ground". Includes arts and crafts, dance, treasure hunt, western shoot out and more.
Sabine Freestate Festival, is held annually the first weekend in November in the southern Sabine Parish Village of Florien. Celebrate the period in Western Louisiana's history when this region was declared neutral ground (A Free State, 1806-1822) pending settlement of a dispute between Spain and the U.S. Arts & crafts, games, parade, treasure hunt, quilt demonstrations, western shoot-outs, music and local talent, bull rides, kids' games and rides, and more are part of this down-home fun festival.
For the complete schedule of events for this years Freestate Festival contact Margaret Nixon at 318-586-3521.
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