Please keep checking this site and our Facebook page later in the week. We will be making a decision on the show Wednesday afternoon or early Thursday morning depending on the weather forecast at that time. Keep your fingers cross we get a break!


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We’re getting ready for April 17-19 adn the Sixth Bayou Teche Wooden Boat Show. Everything’s falling right into place!
Looking forward to seeing everyone. Please let us know if you’re coming show a boat, if you haven’t already.


Happy New Year, everyone! We’re starting to get our acts together for the SIXTH Bayou Teche Wooden Boat Show, to be held on the above dates in conjunction with the Bayou Teche Black Bear Festival on the grounds of Parc sur la Teche in downtown Franklin, Louisiana.

Not much to report as yet, but we’ll keep you posted!


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Thank you to everyone who came to participate, to visit, and all the great folks who worked so hard to make this show a success. See you in 2015!


Show continues through Sunday about midday.





We’ll be waiting for everyone Friday afternoon and throughout the weekend. The weather looks gorgeous and the City of Franklin has been prepping the show grounds for our guests.

See you all there!


Cruisers are in the water and headed down Bayou Teche this week with stops along the way. They’ll arrive in Franklin this Friday for the Bayou Teche Wooden Boat Show, and we’re very excited to have them!

Meanwhile things are just about ready for the weekend. We’ll be expecting our first arrivals late this week and the show opens at 6 p.m. Friday.

See you all there!


Looking forward to seeing everyone at the Fifth BTWBS starting Friday. Registrations are running a little low, but we’ve had tremendous growth in the past four years and a little dip won’t dampen our spirits one bit. If you haven’t let us know you’re coming please do so this week so the cooks can have a head-count.

See you all this weekend!


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