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City of Crowley Cancels Mardi Gras

"I have decided to cancel any city- sponsored Mardi Gras activities in Crowley this year."

Posted: Jan 5, 2021 4:29 PM

Crowley, LA- Mayor Tim Monceaux  issued the following statement regarding his decesion to cancel this year's Carnival d' Acadie, the city - sponsored Mardi Gras event. 

" We have seen a large uptick in Coronavirus because of the fall and winter holidays. We are extremely holeful the vaccines developed to render the population immune to the diseasewill be asdministerd quickly ; however, the harsh reality is that the Covid-19 pandemic is not over yet. Healthcare professionals believe it will be several months before the general population could receive the vaccine." 

" The observance of Mardi Gras is just 6 weeks from today, Tuesday, February 16th. It is a high risk event, with activities that involve interacting with people in one way or another. For the safety and well-being of our citizens and visitors to our city, I have decided to cancel any city- sponsored Mardi Gras activities in Crowley this year. Please remember to mask up and practice social distancing. We hope to see you at Carnival d' Acadie 2022."

"Please continue to pray for those affected by COVID-19."

For additional information, contact Crowlet City Hall at 337-783-0824 

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