Lafayette Moms Need to Know :: Your Guide for Things to do August 2022

The heat is still on as summer comes to a close. The back to school shopping is now in full swing! Pencils, notebooks, and uniforms are on our mind, and meet the teacher and back to school nights are on our calendars. With the busyness that is back to school, don’t forget to fit in some family fun along the way with the help of this handy guide for all there is to do in Lafayette this August.

Lafayette Things to do in August with Kids

Aug
20
Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market
Moncus Park
8:00 am
Join us every Saturday rain or shine from 8am-noon! To learn more visit our website: marketatmoncuspark.com
Aug
20
Let’s Make Art
The Hilliard University Art Museum
10:00 am
Third Saturday of the Month 10:00 AM -12:00 PM Free with Admission The Hilliard Art Museum is excited to offer monthly drop-in art making on the third Saturday of each month from 10 am-12 pm. Work wit...
Aug
22
Summer Children’s Storytime & Activities
Moncus Park
11:00 am
Lafayette Public Library hosts its monthly story time series with story time lead by one of the children’s librarians on the Bookmobile. Activities include reading three books, singing songs, and p...
Aug
26
Food Truck Fridays
Moncus Park
11:00 am
Join us every Friday in the Market Oaks from 11:00 am- 2:00 pm for our weekly lunch series, FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS. This lunch series features local entrepreneurs and delicious food set in a gorgeous at...

Anne Elise, a Lafayette native, is enjoying the joys of motherhood while balancing her career as a real estate agent for a local company and working for the Lafayette Mom. Between the day to day household affairs and keeping up with her little blue eyed boy, she also enjoys anything to work up a sweat, Broadway musicals, cooking classes, and football! She and her husband, Michael, met in high school, but thought it would be easier to start a relationship while she attended graduate school in Dallas and while he pursued his MBA in New Orleans (just a bit of sarcasm). A few short months after they married, they took off again to Houston where Anne Elise became a law school career counselor for the University of Houston Law Center. She and her husband have finally made their way home again to Cajun Country.

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