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ROUGAROU FEST ADAPTS

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Board of the South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center and the Rougarou Fest steering committee have decided to develop an adaptation plan for this year’s Rougarou Fest in order to maintain CDC guidelines and the safety of our community.

“Adaptation and resilience are key components to the success of our bayou communities. The people of Terrebonne Parish have had to embrace these two things over the years because we live in an area that has been impacted with hurricanes and land loss. We have been called upon to use these strengths once again as we develop an adaptation plan for this year’s Rougarou Fest.”  Jonathan Foret, Executive Director

Along with adaptation and resilience, another strength of the people of southeast Louisiana is knowing how to have a good time!  By combining these strengths, festival organizers plan to provide fun, safe and socially distanced activities from the Rougarou Drive Through to the “Be Witched” video and other virtual offerings.

All Rougarou Fest proceeds support the South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center, a nonprofit organization that is revolutionizing how we think, teach and learn about Louisiana’s disappearing coast.