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Medina Lake Cajun Festival

@ Lakehills Civic Center, PR 37 Lakehills, TX 78063
39th Annual Medina Lake Cajun Festival celebrates the culture of Louisiana with Cajun food. Cajun and Zydeco music with bands from Louisiana rocking all day long with two large dance floors. Sample gumbos in the Great Gumbo Cook-off. There will be arts and crafts for adults and there will be plenty of games for the kids. Authentic Cajun food such as jambalaya, crawfish pies, Cajun shrimp and catfish, breading pudding with whiskey sauce and much more is homemade by volunteers. Admission is $12 for adults while children ten and under are free.

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