We are a centuries old, vibrant culture kept alive against great odds! Our exiled French Acadian ancestors were forcibly removed from l'Acadie (Nova Scotia) during the brutal deportation by the British which scattered the Acadians & is known as the Le Grand Dérangement of 1755. Many found refuge in Louisiana becoming known as the Cajuns. Here we celebrate our colorful heritage, the preservation of our language & our refusal to be culturally assimilated & Anglicized!
Sunday, May 24, 2020
Sheriff Jordan's account of the Bonnie and Clyde ambush.