Press Releases

Let the Chamber work for you!

WE WANT TO INCLUDE YOUR NEWS IN OUR NEWSLETTER & SOCIAL MEDIA! Please contact Jane at the Chamber office with your news & upcoming events information. She mails the newsletter at the beginning of each month, so she would need to hear from you a couple of weeks prior. We also have a [continued…]

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Welcome New Member to Chamber

  The Chamber would like to welcome our newest member, Mixon, Carroll & Frazier, PLLC.   The firm, originally started in Columbia, LA, has represented individuals and businesses in Winnsboro for years.  They have acquired the practice of Judges Rudy and Ann McIntyre, located at 810 Pine Street.  Mixon, Carroll & Frazier [continued…]

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Princess Theatre News

Close to You : The Music of The Carpenters – Singer Lisa Rock and her band are bringing the music of The Carpenters to the stage with their tribute show “Close to You: The Music of The Carpenters” Jan. 26 at the Princess Theatre, 7pm. This concert is part of the 2018 [continued…]

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Save the Date for Main Street Market

  Plans are in the works for Main Street Market, Saturday, June 17th, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  If you are interested in vendor space, please contact Jane at the Chamber office to reserve your spot. Booth space is $30.  Mark your calendars! We expect another great turnout!

Academic Achievement Banquet

“Celebrating your Bright Future” will be the theme for the 31th annual Franklin Parish Academic Achievement banquet.  The banquet recognizes students for their academics.  The banquet will be held in the Franklin Parish High School cafeteria on Thursday, April 20 beginning at 7 p.m.  Juniors and seniors with an overall [continued…]

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Franklin Parish Catfish Festival

                 Catfish and music are two staples of Louisiana living, and both will be on full display at the 31st Annual Franklin Parish Catfish Festival scheduled for Saturday, April 8, in historic downtown Winnsboro. The daylong event features some 300 vendor booths, along with three stages of musical entertainment and [continued…]

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Next Museum Exhibit

The Old Post Office Museum will open “Flood of ’27,” on March 23rd to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the most destructive river flood in the history of the United States. Over 27,000 square miles were inundated with flood waters ranging up to a depth of 30 feet.  Franklin Parish [continued…]

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