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Monday
02
APR

Community Development Week 2018

10:00
16:00
Heymann Performing Arts Center
Event organized by Heymann Performing Arts Center

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JOIN US as we celebrate Community Development Week.
During the week, we’ll showcase The Department of Community Development (DCD), which has been a part of our local government since 1976. The department's goal is to promote services geared toward enhancing the physical, social, economic, educational, and cultural conditions of the jurisdiction of the Lafayette Consolidated Government. #CDWeek2018

The public is invited to attend any of the FREE activities celebrating the work of the DCD.

MONDAY, APRIL 2
Arts & Culture

Heymann Performing Arts Center
Behind the Scenes Open House & Tour
1373 S. College Rd. | 10 a.m. & 2 p.m.

Acadiana Park Nature Station
1205 E. Alexander St.
-9 a.m. - Junior Naturalist Club - La. Swamps, Plants & Animals
-10:30 a.m. - Young Naturalist Club - Insects, Amphibians & Wildflowers
-2 p.m. – Acadiana Master Naturalists - Birds & Birding

TUESDAY, APRIL 3
Fair Housing Workshop
Lafayette Public Library, Downtown Branch, 301 W. Congress
-9 a.m.–1 p.m.

Housing & Federal Programs Open House
Lafayette Consolidated Government City Hall, 705 W. University
-4 p.m.–5:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
Lafayette Science Museum, 433 Jefferson St.
Spring Break FREE DAY
-9 a.m.–5 p.m.

THURSDAY, APRIL 5

SENIOR CENTER
Greenhouse Senior Center, 110 N.E. Evangeline Thruway
Line Dancing Extravaganza
-10 a.m.–1 p.m.

FRIDAY, APRIL 6
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WEEK RECEPTION
LCG City Hall Atrium, 705 W. University Ave.
Join us for the culmination of CD Week. Refreshments will be served.
-2 p.m.

Established in 1976, DCD promotes services which enhance the physical, social, economic, educational, and cultural conditions of Lafayette’s residents. Through the years, DCD has provided housing services to low-to-moderate-income households and special needs households, economic development opportunities, housing and financial counseling, neighborhood revitalization activities, art, cultural, and historic programs, senior programs, homeless services, and many others.