Natchitoches had a little something for everyone last Saturday, March 17. It was a busy day of back-to-back events, including Bloomin’ on the Bricks, Art Along the Bricks and the NYP Pub Crawl. Vendors lined up Front Street for Art Along the Bricks and Bloomin’ on the Bricks during the first half of the day, then the Pub Crawl was in full swing in the evening.
Members of the West Central LA team for Operation Christmas Child are, from left, Brenda Ingram, Michelle Williams, Christine Hampton and DeeDee Perot.
Cockfield’s Garden had on display several types of gardening items, including several kinds of bushes, succulents and mini fairy gardens.
The sidewalk was packed with crawlers in front of Mama’s.
The Natchitoches Master Gardeners sold many types of plants, some in their cute, decorative pots.
From left are Danielle Cobb, Angela Bolton, Casey Buckner and Ron Bolton.
Brinlee and Cambria Berry sold original and strawberry lemonade to thirsty passers-by on Front Street.
In front of Mayeaux’s are Amber Colvert, Amber Howell, Tiffany Bolton, Linda Sparks and Mike Bordelon.
Paige Peoples sold micro herb pillows at the Feathered Nest booth. The pillows can be heater or cooled to help soothe neck pain.
Dessirae Jones, 9, sold her handmade driftwood art on Saturday. She glued pieces of woods, glass and plastic Easter eggs to them.
Several vendors lined up and down Front Street for Art Along the Bricks/Bloomin’ on the Bricks. Natchitoches Art Guild member Betty Yoist painted live with pastels at her booth.
Manny Perez and Lori Nugent make their way between bars during the NYP Pub Crawl
Josie Roach browses the necklaces on display at one of the art booths.
At Lounge 1714 in the Chateau St. Denis Hotel are, from left, Michelle Richardson, Jamie Fontana, Melissa Slaughter, Matt Richardson and Jamie Bryant.
Cane Mutiny played at Maglieaux’s