Rice Festival

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
Worker crews put the final touches on the main stage in preparation for the 82nd International Rice Festival. Activities kick off along North Parkerson Avenue Thursday night with two full days of activities, contests and music to follow.

Crowley, area preparing for 82nd International Rice Festival

The sight of the main stage on the grounds of the parish courthouse is a sure sign that the International Rice Festival is at hand.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Desiray Seaux
On Tuesday night, prior to the City Council Meeting, members of the Rice Festival Association, Crowley Police Department, the City of Crowley and the Crowley Optimist Club gathered in the Council Chambers to announce finalized plans for protecting children during this year’s festival. Among those in attendance were, from left, Josh Spell, festival and parade co-chairman; Police Chief Jimmy Broussard; Mayor Pro-tem Steven Premeaux; and Shirley Bratton, Crowley Optimist Club.

Rice Festival ‘Safe Zone’ announced

The Crowley Optimist Club, the Rice Festival Association and the Crowley Police Department have finalized plans for the missing child program being implemented for the International Rice Festival n


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