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2nd Annual Lebanese Festival

October 5th, 2024

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Second Annual Lebanese Festival: October 5th 2024

St. Sharbel Maronite Catholic Church’s Lebanese Festival started out of an idea to bring the community together to introduce and celebrate Lebanese food, entertainment, and culture. We are looking forward to our 2nd Annual Lebanese Festival, to enjoy our togetherness and uniqueness. We invite you to become a part of a wonderful, cultural experience. The festival is a major parish fundraiser. A portion of the net proceeds of the festival will be donated to St. Jude.

The Festival Committee is hard at work. Information about the festival will be posted as plans get finalized. Come back and see us!




The festival will take place at the Baton Rouge Main Library located at 7711 Goodwood Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70806.


The main library has ample free parking within a safe walking distance to the festival.


Admission is Free. Attendees will need to buy festival tickets (1 ticket = $1) to purchase food, drinks, and participate in some activities.


Attendees can pay with Cash, Credit Cards, PayPal, and Venmo at the festival's main table, or pre-purchase tickets online at the Festival Store in September. Tickets pick up is at the main table the day of the festival.
*Payment options are subject to change.


No Lebanese festival is complete without the refreshing and earthly authentic food we grew up feasting on and savoring. Our main food vendor will be Serop’s Café of Corporate Blvd. serving the aromatic shawarma and gyros alongside hummus full of the perfect hint of zesty lemon and garlic, and pita bread. Members of our local community will share their amazing gifts of cooking and baking. Traditional Lebanese Saj, Spinach Pies, Lebanese pastries, like Baklava and Namoura, will satisfy both savory and sweet cravings. Lebanese tea by Serop’s Café, Lebanese coffee, and soft drinks will also be available.


  • Our main stage will feature local musicians and Lebanese music entertainment, belly dancing shows, and Dabke (Lebanese line dancing).

  • Local vendors will be showcasing and selling their handcrafted items. For interested vendors, please visit

  • Movies about St. Sharbel’s life and death and Lebanon’s rich culture and food will be available inside the library.


  • Lebanese Food Competition – attendees will sample the competitor’s food and vote for the best. To enter the competition, visit

  • Kids can enjoy tailgating games (free) and face painting (with tickets). Stories about Lebanon's cities will be read to the kids throughout the day inside the library. Older kids can enjoy working on a 1000 pieces puzzle of a Lebanon picture.

  • Attendees will have the chance to buy and watch as their name is being written in Arabic on tiles.

  • All are welcome to dance with the belly dancers when invited to do so.

  • Movies and printed information about St. Sharbel’s life and death and Lebanon’s rich culture and food will be available inside the library.




Volunteers are what makes the wheels turn!! Please check back for when the volunteers sign-up sheet is available and ready. Your help is greatly appreciated! 

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