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Where to buy Local Products in Southwest Louisiana

7/23/2017 by Amanda Reeves
Two facts that you will learn in this blog post; Southwest Louisiana is home to some uber creative and talented individuals, and that I have a passion for shopping more than most humans (if you’ve spent any amount of time with me you’re aware of the second fact). Over the years, my shopping style has progressed and I am more aware of the importance
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Antiques in the Lake Area

9/8/2016 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Arts
Visiting antique shops is often an item on a vacationer’s to-do list. Southwest Louisiana offers several antique shops to keep any vintage enthusiast browsing for hours. Cedar Chest Antiques Enter the door of Cedar Chest Antiques, and the first thing you’ll see is an irresistible display of antique jewelry. Move on and explore room after room (the
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Flea Fest! One Big Happy Flea Market

11/9/2015 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Festivals & Events
Flea Fest returns to Burton Coliseum Complex this weekend. Over 300 vendors will sell everything from antique automobiles to zebra-striped purses. You never know what you’ll find at this giant flea market. Flea Fest is a biannual event -- spring and fall – and is held at Burton Coliseum’s Ag Barn. I had a booth last November and sold antiques and
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Reasons You Should Shop Local Lake Charles

5/12/2015 by Megan Hartman
Posted In:  Culinary
Is it just me or is shopping more fun when you’re on vacation?  You want something memorable or unique to that destination.  You may want to get your friends or children souvenirs.  And on a business trip, you finally have precious alone time to browse.  In Lake Charles, there are several great boutiques giving you good reasons to shop local! Part 1, of Reasons You Should Shop Local will highlight ladies fashion and great places to stock up on local culinary gifts.
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