Lakehills, Texas – This weekend, the Cajun Festival will be held in Texas Hill Country.
The Medina Lake Cajun Festival will have a good time on Saturdays from 11am to 10pm at the Lake Hills Community Center.
Admission to the festival is $ 15 and is free for children under the age of 10. Parking is free and a shuttle service is provided.
Listen to and dance Cajun and Zydeco music on two stages while enjoying homemade Cajun cuisine with a band in central Louisiana.
Great Gumbo Cookoffs, Crayfish Pies, Jambalaya, Fried Catfish and Shrimp, Red Beans and Rice, Crayfish Etufy, Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce.
This is the 40th Medina Lake Cajun Festival, which began in 1981 as a way to help the Lake Hills Civic Center pay mortgages without foreclosure.
Bob Caswell, a Louisiana transplant lawyer who was on the board of the Civic Center, proposed a Gumbo cooking contest as a fund-raising activity and the festival was born. Caswell died in 2019 and the festival is dedicated to his memory.
All proceeds from the festival will be donated to the Lake Hills Community Center, a non-profit charity.
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Eat your heart at the Lake Medina Cajun Festival this weekend
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