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 two 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.  

June 10 | Saturday 

October 7 ​Fall Herb Day

Upcoming Events

Artists are being sought to design a poster for the 24th Annual Sugar Day Festival which will be held on November 11, 2017 at Historic Kent Plantation House.
Sugar Day is a family-friendly festival featuring handmade arts and crafts, local musicians, open-hearth cooking, children's activities and demonstrations appropriate to the era.  The main focus of the day is the actual process of sugar making, which is done in a reproduction 1840’s sugar mill.  We are seeking a poster that reflects this image.
All artwork should be 24 inches wide and 36 inches tall in size.  The winning artwork will be come the exclusive property of Kent Plantation House.  Entries will be judged and a winner selected by a panel of judges made up of local community leaders.  The chosen artist will receive a commission of $300.00 and an official Sugar Day t-shirt.  We do ask that artwork not be computer generated, other mediums such as charcoal, watercolor, oil or photography may all be used.
Please submit all artwork to the Kent Plantation House Office located in the visitors center at the rear of the complex.  The deadline for entering the competition is Friday October 27, 2017 by 12:00 noon.  All entries will be displayed in the reception room of the Visitors Center through the end of November.  Artwork may be picked up after November 30th.  All work not picked up by November  30th will be come the property of Kent Plantation House.
For additional information, please call (318) 487-5998

Kent Plantation House Bridal Fair

 Saturday June 10th come take part in our first ever bridal fair! Noon-4pm.  Come talk to our rental coordinator about your up coming wedding or simply stop in and visit with our many local vendors who can help with any ceremony on or off site!  Free admission. 

Le Tour de Bayou

See our website www.letourdebaoy.com for more information on this event.  One of the most scenic cycling events in the south! 

History Camp-Learning Louisiana  

This week long day camp for kids ages 5-10 8:30am-4:30pm. This week long camp will help the kids learn all about our state and the history behind some of our customs.  Why do we celebrate Mardi Gras with such strange foods and customs?  Why do so many buildings have French and Spanish flags flying over them?  Who were the first peoples to settle our state?  These questions and more will be answered in the most fun way imaginable! Campers will receive a water bottle and t-shirt and will take a field trip to the Marksville Native American Museum! Parents will be asked to provide lunch and we will take care of all supplies and snacks as well as drinks.  Cost is $100 per camper. 

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

September 16​Le Tour de Bayou

Sugar Day Poster Contest Due by 10-27-17

July 31-Aug 4 | Monday-Friday

Vendor Forms ​

Fall Herb Day Arts and Crafts Festival

Join us for a day of plants crafts and fun!  Come find the perfect herbs for your home garden and talk with experts on the best plants for your space and how to use the plants in your cooking or crafts! Browse over 20 craft vendors from around the area and get a jump start on your holiday shopping!  A huge hard sale benefiting the Kent House will be held with items from over 75 families and and individuals! 

June  19-23 | Monday-Friday