NATIONAL LOUISIANA DAY – November 9, 2022

National Louisiana Day is an annual celebration that occurs on November 9th each year. It’s a day for people in the United States to honor the state of Louisiana, its culture and heritage, and its citizens. The holiday was originally called “Louisiana Purchase Celebration Day” but it wasn’t until 1984 when they changed the name to National Louisiana Day.

There are many ways you can celebrate this special day! 

Here are some ideas:

-Watch your favorite Cajun cooking show or recipe video online -Play with your pets in their natural environment (i.e., at home) 

-Eat traditional dishes like gumbo, crawfish pie, etouffee, jambalaya, and more! -Listen to music from Louisiana artists like Hank Williams, Ray Charles, Elvis Presley, Madonna (she is Cajun), Johnny Cash- the list goes on! 

History Of National Louisiana Day

The first National Louisiana Day was held on November 9th, 2017. The event’s founder and date of the establishment are both unknown though research records show that it has been observed since then as a way to recognize our state for all things Louisiana!

Celebration Ideas & Activities

1. Explore the state’s music!

New Orleans is a must-see for any music lover. From Dixieland Jazz and Afro Caribbean rhythms to blues – this city has something for everyone!

2. Explore the Museums!

In Louisiana, there are several museums to visit if you enjoy history and learning more about this wonderful state. Take time to share your experience with others via social media so they can learn too!

3. Visit historical sites in Louisiana

Louisiana is home to many historical sites. You can celebrate this day by visiting a few of them and soaking in the history that surrounds you wherever you go!

4. Visit the State Parks and explore nature

State Parks are a great place for nature lovers who want to go camping in the great outdoors. They offer reservations on-site with facilities that include tents, stoves, and cooking utensils so you can cook your food!

Interesting Facts About National Louisiana Day

Here are a few facts to celebrate National Louisana Day!

Louisiana is a state in the south-eastern region of America. It was bought from France, then named after King Louis XIV who also founded Versailles and changed fashion styles all over Europe with what we know today as “high empire waistlines.” The capital city New Orleans has been home to jazz music since it became popularized there during WorldLouisiana’s early years; not only does this make them famous for their great musicians but also because these clubs serve as gathering places where people could socialize informally away from more formal settings such as church functions or work meetings.

National Louisiana Day is a day for people in the US to celebrate and honor the state of Louisiana. It’s an annual celebration that occurs on November 13th each year.

It was originally called “Louisiana Purchase Celebration Day” but it wasn’t until 1984 that they changed the name to National Louisiana Day. There are many ways you can celebrate this special day! 

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