June  | Monday-Friday

Black History Month Art Exhibit- Opening Reception


February 3 | Friday

Applications no longer accepted for these items

* flowers/bulbs/herbs


Spring Herb Day Arts and Crafts Festival and Annual Yard Sale

Come browse our selection of quality plants and get help from local experts on the best plants for your space.  A wide variety of locally made arts and crafts available for purchase as well as sweets, snowcones and snacks. Come out, have lunch on the plantation and enjoy a beautiful fall day in Cenla.  Stop in our HUGE indoor yard sale and see what goodies you can bring home! 

December 9 | Friday

June 3| Saturday 

April 1| Saturday

Upcoming Events

Getting Buggy at Kent House- Sponsored by the USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station

    Come explore the world of bugs!  Learn all about the good bugs, the bad bugs as well as local and exotic!   Talk to local pest control companies about how to rid your home and garden of the bad bugs and learn from local experts how to save the good bugs and keep them in your yard! Crafts for the kids as well as snacks (bugs of course!) Admission is $1 per person.  Event is 9am-1pm

Jane in June Camp

This week long camp for young ladies goes from 9am-4pm and is for ages 8-12.  We supply all materials for your daughter or granddaughter to learn to sew, complete craft projects, paint a masterpiece and much more!  The camp focuses on the pastimes popular for young ladies in the early 1800's.  Gardening, sewing, painting, and even tea time with friends!  Lunch time and tea time are lessons in proper table behavior and manners. On the final day of camp each child gets to invite to adult family members to a special afternoon tea where they will set and serve.    Registration begins on April1st at a cost of $200 per camper.  

History Camp 

This week long day camp for kids ages 5-10 8am-4pm  will give children a chance to explore many different times in American and world history.  We begin Monday with the dinosaurs! Learn who ate what and why, hear from an actual Archaeologist on how to complete an archaeological dig and take part in a dig of your own!  Learn about Louisiana history and have a Mardi Gras parade!   Campers will learn about how the early settlers grew their food and what foods they had.  So much to explore but only a week to do it!  Registration begins April 1st!  Cost is $100 for the week, children must bring their lunch. Drinks and morning/afternoon snacks will be provided. 

Old Fashioned Christmas Celebration

Part of the City of Alexandria's 12 Nights of Christmas this event is FREE to the public and begins at 5pm.  Come complete holiday crafts and make ornaments for your Christmas tree as well as some to help us decorate the Kent House tree.  Take part in our Bell Choir where YOU make the music possible!   Stop in for a visit  with Papa Noel and have your photo taken.  This event is fun for the entire family and should not be missed!! 

July  | Monday-Friday

Tel: (318) 487-5998 | Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Vendor Information and Application

*ALL items sold must be hand made by you. NOTHING that was ordered to be resold will be allowed and you will be required to remove it from the sale area. This includes commercial items such as Avon, Paparazzi Jewelry, Scentsy etc. 

* We limit the number of like vendors, first come first served, if your application arrives after other vendors have secured those spots we will return it to you.

* Application and payment must be received in order to secure the spot.

* No flowers or herbs other than the Kent House sale will be allowed