Cane River National Heritage Area to feature Natchitoches Film Trail 2.0 at Lunchtime Lagniappe

The Cane River National Heritage Area Inc. (CRNHA) will feature the Natchitoches Film Trail at the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum’s Lunchtime Lagniappe series on Friday, July 28 from 12:15-12:45 pm.


The public is invited to the Natchitoches Film Trail 2.0 launch, which will feature new sidewalk signage and social media content for the Steel Magnolias portion of the trail. This new tourism product results from the research and content creation conducted by Alayna Bush, a Senior in the Hospitality Management and Tourism Program at Northwestern State University. Alayna will share her experience developing this new addition to Natchitoches’ visitor experience and discuss the new sidewalk signage scheduled to be installed later this summer.

Free and open to the public. Visitors are welcome to bring their lunch and eat during the presentation. Contact the CRNHA office at (318) 356-5555 for questions.

About the Heritage Area: Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc. (CRNHA) is a non-profit organization that preserves, promotes, and presents the nationally significant heritage of the Cane River region. Located in Natchitoches, Louisiana, CRNHA works with regional partners to provide high-quality educational, cultural, and recreational experiences in the area’s unique historical settings through a linked system of attractions and historic districts within the Cane River National Heritage Area.