Eat gourmet food from a truck at any of the dozen or more gourmet food trucks of Lafayette.
Walk the Horse Farm and visit its century-old live oaks after enjoying the Saturday morning Farmers’ Market.
Sip wine, view artwork and listen to the Cajun jam session at the Second Saturday ArtWalk throughout downtown Lafayette.
Dance in the San Souci water fountain, which is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day!
Bike the Attakapas-Ishak Multi-Use Trail from downtown Lafayette to Beaver Park.
Take a hike through the Acadiana Park Nature Station.
Learn about solar energy and sustainable living at the UL-Lafayette BeauSoleil House and then feed the ducks in nearby Girard Park.
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At noon on Wednesdays meet Planetarium Director David Hostetter at the Lafayette Science Museum and use his telescope to view sunspots.
Play in the rain (unless it’s lightning). It usually happens every afternoon during the summer.
Step inside the giant egg, also known as the LITE Center (Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise).
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Listen to experts discuss art at the Paul & Lulu University Art Museum.
Practice your French at one of the many French Tables held throughout Acadiana.
Travel back in time to learn how Cajuns and Creoles lived at Acadian Village.
Take thee out to a ballgame — the Acadiana Cane Cutters play baseball at Fabacher Field at Southside Regional Park in Youngsville.
Canoe the Vermilion — guided canoe trips are offered at Vermilionville and a put-in spot is now available at the Acadiana Park Nature Station.
Try to sample as many of the EatLafayette restaurants as you can until Sept. 2, when the campaign ends.
Eat a snow cone.
Wow, we could go on forever. What’s on your bucket list?