Saturday, April 2, 2022
Dave Robicheaux’s
Walking Tour

Saturday, April 2, 202211:45-1:15Walk begins at: Victor’s Cafeteria109 West Main St. FREE Take a guided walking tour of New Iberia’s Historic District locations made famous in James Lee Burke’s Dave Robicheaux book series and films. Check in at Victor’s Cafeteria. Visit the Bayou Teche Museum, Victor’s Cafeteria, Books Along the Teche, Shadows-on-the-Teche gardens and more! Sponsored by…

Saturday, April 2, 2022
The University of Louisiana Academic Symposium

Saturday, April 2nd1:30-2:45FreeSliman Theater129 East Main St. The 2022 University of Louisiana College of Liberal Arts Academic Symposium on James Lee Burke. Carrol Spell, Jr. is an Acadiana native and local lawyer. It is his familiarity with Acadiana, Burke’s books, and his legal experience that Spell will bring to his presentation. Mr. Spell will offer…

Saturday, April 2, 2022
Great Southern Writer Symposium

Saturday, April 2nd3:00-5:00Sliman Theater129 East Main St. Ticketed Event: $15.00 Osha Gray Davidson will talk about the difficulties and joys of writing “The Best of Enemies.” He’ll also discuss the surreal experience of watching a Hollywood film adaption, and he’ll say a few words about his latest project, producing a podcast about reparations for slavery.Sponsored by…

Saturday, April 2, 2022
“Boogie on Down” Evening Party

Saturday, April 2, 20226:00-9:00Bouligny Plaza Steamboat Warehouse Pavilion102 West Main St. $50.00 The official Books Along The Teche Literary Festival returns for a sixth year, offering trips, tours, and social and culinary events, all devoted to exploring the realms of literary history, culture, and cuisine—in the beautiful historic district of New Iberia. Among the ticketed…

Sunday, April 3, 2022
Live Oak Walk of New Iberia: “If These Trees Could Talk”

Sunday, April 3, 20229:00-11:00Shadows-on-the-Teche Visitors Center320 East Main St.Free Stroll down Main Street with University of Louisiana professor and local arborist Jim Foret, who will enlighten you about the gorgeous oak trees that grace our lovely city, along one of the most beautiful Main Streets in the country. The walk ends at the Quarter Tavern.