welcome to the village of  grand cane

Thriving preserved home of the first accredited public high school in the state, Grand Cane has become the art and live theater center of Desoto Parish. In September 2009, Grand Cane was designated one of only forty four cultural districts in the State of Louisiana. The Desoto Arts Council established the Desoto Arts Gallery in the Hicks-Richardson Co. Building which showcases original works of art for viewing and with many available for purchase. The Back Alley Theatre  is also located in the Cultural District and is a popular destination for patrons of each of the many seasonal productions. Village restaurants accommodate production events by pairing dinner with the shows while the nearby Cook-Hill Bed & Breakfast is available for weary travelers that want to stay awhile.

The Village of Grand Cane is dedicated to keeping the presence of "Yesteryear" as a constant reminder of the importance of preserving the past for future generations.

Pioneer Christmas parade

December 2nd  11:00am

Since 2007 the Historic Village of Grand Cane has celebrated the arrival of Santa Clause in a very unusual way. Our annual Pioneer Christmas Parade and Trade Days features a Christmas Parade with horses and mule drawn wagons and carriages, horse back riders and parade goers all dressed in pioneer costumes. Santa Clause makes his debut in a beautifully appointed sleigh. Other participants will include local and state dignitaries and a Grand Marshal. in this parade, motorized vehicles are not allowed. The parade begins at the Grand Cane Baptist Church and winds through the Heart of Historic Grand Cane.

PO Box 82

Grand Cane, La 71032

Ph: 318-858-3251

Fax: 318-858-3555

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