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Louisiana Orphan Train Museum Presentation

Orphan Train Museum Presentation August 23, 2022 Officials with the Louisiana Orphan Train Museum made a presentation to KVPI today (Tuesday) for publicizing the museum in special public service announcements. They presented a framed copy of the large mural depicting "An Historic Moment: The New York Orphan Train Arrives in Opelousas in 1907:. The original mural drawn by artist Robert Dafford can be seen at the museum. The presentation was made by Martha Aubert, Warren Lafleur and James Douget representing the Louisiana Orphan Train Museum to KVPI General Manager Mark Layne, Misty Parker and Swabby Soileau.

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The Louisana Swamp Pop Museum is operated by the City of Ville  Platte is open to the public every Friday and

Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Come view the amazing artifacts, photos,records, Wall of Fame and hear the music.
 

Admission charge is $3 adults,

$2 seniors and $1 for children under 12.
The museum is located on

Northwest Railroad Avenue.