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Medina Cajun Fest




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Step out of your “country zone” and go Cajun crazy at the 32nd annual Medina Lake Cajun Festival Saturday, Sept. 22, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Lakehills Civic Center at 11255 Park Road 37 in Lakehills, 25 miles northwest of San Antonio.

A spicy mix of fun will be available for the entire family with music entertainment provided by “Dixieland Jazz,” Leroy Thomas and “Zydeco Roadrunners,” Cher La Bas, Kevin Naquin and the “Ossun Playboys,” and more. The event will include carnival attractions, arts and crafts, a large dance floor on the main pavilion, and of course, the Great Gumbo Cook-off.

Tickets will be $10 per person. Children under 10 are free. All proceeds will benefit the Medina Lake Betterment Association. Visit www.cajunfestival-medinalake.com.
 

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