Café V celebrated its 30th anniversary in style with four days of festive events. First, Troy Richard launched the premier performance of the Courtyard Concert Series, and then Café V held a wine dinner with Guest Chef Louis Perret for the Miles Perret Cancer Center. Next was the Judge Roy Bean’s Reunion in honor of Earl Hebert. Saturday concluded the celebration with dinner and live music by Kurt Boudreaux.

SpringHill Suites’ beautiful new hotel on Settlers Trace Boulevard was the setting for the Pat Terry Visual Arts Endowed Scholarship Memorial Fundraiser. The lovely reception featured delicious pasta and hummus from Romacelli, complimentary wine and live music by Lyle Begnaud, Jeremy Davidson and Jacob Beslin.


(1) Alex Theriot and Lauren Stelly (2) Crystal and Trey Hightower, and Ann Marie and Tommy Hightower (3) Andrea and Ken Veron Jr. (4) Mary and Ken “Poncho” Veron  (5) Julie Calzone and Alicia Lindholm (6) Troy Richard (7) Pat Hebert and Del Goodson with “The Indian” (8) Poncho Veron with the original Judge Roy Bean’s sign
(1)    Niki Viltz
(2)    Simone Naquin
(3)    Melissa and Brian Terry

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