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Fairs and Festivals in Denham Springs, La

Denham Springs Antique Village has two festivals every year. One in the Spring and one in the Fall. Both festivals are about the same. A lot of schools have their fairs and vary as of the time of year. You can check with the School Board for dates.

DENHAM  SPRINGFEST  April 30th 2011
 Denham's SpringFest is one of two street festivals held the first Saturday of May in Denham Springs' downtown antique district. During these festivals, Range Avenue from Florida Blvd. to Centerville Street is closed to automobile traffic, as booths, food vendors and entertainment fill the streets.

FALL  FESTIVAL  1st Saturday in October
The Fall Festival is held on the 1st Saturday of October every year in the Antique District of Denham Springs. This street fair features a wide variety of wares and continuous free entertainment throughout the entire day. There are always plenty of food vendors.

NOTE: If your coming here to see antique vendors set up in the streets then you are in for a surprise. This past festival I only saw three vendors selling antiques. Two of them were shop owners. This festival being in an Antique District you would think would have plenty of antique vendors set up in the street but it doesn't. The promoters of these festivals really need to do out of their way to get antique vendors to come and set up. In years past the north end of Range Ave in the Village was where the antique vendors were set up.


Fairs in other areas of Livingston Parish
 Each year in October, the Arpadhon Hungarian Settlement CulturalAssociation presents a traditional heritage celebration and Hungarian Harvest Dance, with traditional Hungarian food, dance and other traditions. A limited number of tickets for the public are available through members of the association. Contact Jimmy King at (225) 567-9670.

 The Livingston Parish Fair is held the second full week in October at the Livingston Parish Fair Grounds on U.S. Hwy 190 just west of the town of Livingston. The fair features a parade, rodeo, midway, livestock show, school and crafts exhibits, beauty pageant, cheerleader competition, a spelling bee, Old Folks Day and more.
Livingston Parish Fair
Midway, rodeo, parade, exhibits, pageants
Livingston Parish Fair Grounds
US Hwy 190 Livingston, LA 70754
The 73rd Annual Livingston Parish Fair will kick off with a parade on Oct 2 begining on Will Hughes Road at 10:am. Rides will open begining Oct 5th from 4pm-11 pm.for $15. Oct.8 is school day. Ride rides from 11 am-4 pm for $15. On Oct. 9, rides are $20 from 11 am -4 pm.On 10 rides are $20 from 1 pm -6 pm


 Kids Fun Day is held the second Saturday in June. Free rides, food and entertainment. Sponsored by Sheriff Willie Graves.

 This French heritage festival is held in October at the Creole House Museum on LA Hwy 16 in French Settlement. Sponsored by the French Settlement Historical Society, the festival presents live entertainment, dancing, food and drink. 
Contact Mercy Lobell at (225) 698-9886.

 Springfield, the oldest town in Livingston Parish, will hold its Heritage Festival the second weekend in November 2001. Going back to their roots with covered wagons, horses, old engines, Old Folks Pow-Wow, live entertainment, chili cook-off, crafts, rides, and food. Located in the Town of Springfield, Hwy. 22/42. Sponsored by Springfield Team City and the Town of Springfield. For more information call Denise Martin at (225) 294-2379 or the Springfield Town Hall at (225) 294-3150.