Lafayette Moms Need to Know :: Your Guide for Things to do in Lafayette September 2021

September has arrived, and we are quite ready for fall weather to roll in and these hurricanes to roll OUT. The arrival of pumpkin spice everything has us jazzed for what is to come. In other good news, the routine of school has set in and moms everywhere are able to function a bit better. With the heat of summer behind us, get out and find some fun activities with the family with this handy guide to all Lafayette has to offer this September.

Things to do in Lafayette with Kids September 2021

Sep
18
Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market
Moncus Park
8:00 am
We’re open and following the latest Safe Shop Guidelines. Come on by for fresh produce, local art and jewelry, desserts, hot food and more. We’ll see you at the market! JOIN US EVERY SATURDAY 8AM ...
Sep
18
Car Show to Benefit Local Seniors
Acadiana Mall
9:00 am
The Lafayette Council on Aging presents the inaugural car show benefitting local seniors in need. The show is free to the general public. Proceeds go to Meals on Wheels, Sitter Services, and Homemaker...
Sep
18
Back-to-School Open House Music Academy of Acadiana
Music Academy of Acadiana
1:00 pm
t’s back-to-school time!!! We are inviting you to come over and check what the Music Academy of Acadiana has for you or your child’s musical development! We’ll have: • Lesson rooms...
Sep
22
Storytime Jr.: Main Library
Lafayette PUblic Library – Main
9:30 am
Children ages birth–36 months and their caregivers engage in pre-literacy activities, rhymes, and movement suitable for growing minds. Families will register as a single unit, noting how many family...
Sep
22
Toddler Time: South Regional Library
Lafayette Public Library – South Regional
10:00 am
An opportunity for children aged 18 months to 3 years and their caregivers to take part in stories and pre-literacy activities. To attend, you must agree to follow these rules: Adults and children age...
Sep
23
Storytime: Milton Branch Library
Lafayette Public Library – Milton Branch
9:30 am
Begin your child’s early literacy education with a star-studded lineup of storytelling, music, fingerplays, and other activities. Ages 3-6. To attend, you must agree to follow these rules: Adult...
Sep
23
Tinsel & Treasures Holiday Market
Cajundome Convention Center
10:00 am
Don’t miss out! Purchase tickets through Ticketmaster HERE. Tickets are also available at Junior League of Lafayette Headquarters and the CAJUNDOME Box Office. Single-day General Admission ticket...
Sep
23
BiblioBop: South Regional Library
Lafayette Public Library – South Regional
10:00 am
Shake out your sillies with a morning of dance, movement, and sing-able books! Ages 2-6. To attend, you must agree to follow these rules: Adults and children age 5 and older must wear face masks at...
Sep
23
Storytime: East Regional Library
Lafayette Public Library – East Regional
3:00 pm
Begin your child’s literacy education with a star-studded lineup of storytelling, music, fingerplays, and other activities. Recommended for ages 3–6. To attend, you must agree to follow these rule...
Sep
23
Thursday Game Night at Market Eatz
Market Eatz
7:00 pm
Thursday Night Game Night at Market Eatz!! Come test your knowledge of our weekly trivia themes and play bingo with us! Trivia and Bingo are free to play. Cash Out Blackout is a $3 entry fee with winn...
Sep
25
Bingo & Bubbly
Heymann Center
1:00 pm
The UL Lafayette Alumni Association will host its annual Bingo & Bubbly on September 25. This social consists of eight regular bingo games, one blackout game, food, beverages, and the company of g...
Sep
25
National Bakery Day! Photos with Paw Patrol Characters!
Sweet Envie LLC
3:00 pm
It’s National Bakery Day and we want to celebrate this day dedicated to everything Sweet! We will have Chase & Skye from Paw Patrol there to meet the kids (and kids at heart) and take pictur...

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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