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Every Louisiana local and most out-of-town visitors enjoy a good festival, party or event held anywhere in the state. Recognized as the festive capital of the entire world, Louisiana celebrates everything from its local cuisines to its unique jazz. Throughout the year, festivals offer Cajun and Creole specialties along with exquisite French delicacies.

Here is a sampling of a few of our favorite festivals held along Louisiana’s coat:

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Plaquemines Seafood Festival
The Plaquemines Seafood Festival is being held May 17-20, 2012 and will be serving the best tasting seafood in Southwest Louisiana. The festival is designed to support local charities and is a wonderful time to come together and celebrate the rich heritage of Plaquemines Parish. The Seafood Festival will be located on F Howard Hebert Boulevard, right off Woodland Highway in Belle Chasse.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 72 million Americans are obese, with all 50 states having rates of obesity over 15%. Obesity is more than just a weight issue; it's a leading cause for health problems such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and certain types of cancer.

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