Preserve Louisiana partners with Capital Park Museum for a Lagniappe Lecture and Neighborhood Installation
Now through June 18, walk through historic Spanish Town and discover the history and beauty of the neighborhood. If This House Could Talk is a community-based history and public installation project (originally founded by the Cambridge Historical Commission), consisting of 22 informative signs telling the unique history of featured houses throughout the neighborhood.
Then join us Saturday, June 17 at 10:30 am at the Capitol Park Museum (660 N. 4th St.) for a FREE LECTURE on the history of Spanish Town and the Capitol Park areas. Matt Isch, author of Images of America: Capitol Park and Spanish Town (Arcadia Publishing, 2016) and Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardenne will discuss the historic neighborhood of Spanish Town, the oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge, and the surrounding Capitol Park area.