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“Love the unexpected treasures one can find at Main Street Museum” – Laura

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If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to move more or to improve your organizational skills…then have we got an event for you! The private CUP! David and I will be having a Museum Clean Up Party (CUP) tomorrow lat afternoon and through the evening, Friday the 15th. I hope you can drop in sometime between 4:30-8:30pm. We’ll be dusting and dancing, polishing and singing, finding and hiding all sorts of Museum treasures. And did I mention that we’ll break for yummy local pizza and boxed wine. Tomorrow’s private CUP will be the first of a few this year as the Main Street Museum. Please join us! Cheers, Laura

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Lil’ Orphans + Christmas Treeburn! Join us on Friday January 8th at 7pm as we present our wonderful Christmas tree burn, on our riverside and The famous Lil’ Orphans, aka Ti’ Zwazo (“little bird” in Creole French), performing, indoors, mostly old time Louisiana Cajun/Creole music, along with a usual mix of original tunes, drawn out from the global Kreyol biosphere.
Lil’ Orphans, some of the same personnel as our wonderful Halloween Parade, feature:
Pete Simoneaux, fiddle and vocals, Linda Simoneaux, accordion and vocals, Dan Kasnitz, acoustic guitar and bass, Bob Everingham, bass and banjo, and Bonnie Anderson on percussion.
Traditional & Original Louisiana Cajun & Global Creole Music for Your Listening & Dancing Pleasure. Stronger than Black Coffee. Better Than Whiskey for you Mental Health!
This event is Free and Open to the Public! A hat will be passed for donations for our wonderful organization.
Bring trees anytime to the backyard of the museum and drop them off. They will keep us warm on Epiphany. Seafood gumbo will be prepared by the Museum culinary experts and there will be other refreshments as well.

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These Beautiful Antique Photos Were Made With Potato Starch


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These Beautiful Antique Photos Were Made With Potato Starch
Almost 30 years before Kodachrome, two French brothers invented a way to take color photos. The autochrome process they developed gave the soft, slightly blurred images the feel of an Impressionist painting.
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Chicago Artist Jake Vogds is Redefining Queer Performance with ‘POSTCAMP’


“everyone is so captivated only by their own awkwardness, but are afraid to say so” #selfbrities
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