This summer we will celebrate our nation’s birthday at the 24th Annual Slidell Heritage Festival on Saturday, July 1st. The Heritage Festival provides a full day of family fun here in Slidell’s Heritage Park. It is a great time and it’s all done while raising funds for local charities. We celebrate heritage and independence every 4th of July weekend the best way we know how, with those we love. Music, drinks, great food. What a day!
There is something for everyone including; awesome food options, sensational music/entertainment, and a fantastic fireworks display.
Every year, the Slidell Heritage Festival raises funds for a new set of local charities which are carefully selected by her board.
Having raised and distributed nearly $900,000 since its inception in the 1990’s we would love to see you and yours at the festival this year.
This year the festival will consist of music, food, crafts, children’s area, and a fireworks show!
Our 2022 Charities are:
Community Christian Concern – Provides emergency services to families in need (food, clothing, counseling, & sometimes shelter) in Slidell. They also have transitional housing for homeless men.
Free Nola Inc. – Is a faith based non-profit serving the Gulf Coast Region in the fight against human trafficking. They have over 75,000 people trained to recognize & report human sex trafficking. They work to rescue woman and children from this slavery.
Slidell Women’s Civic Club – They volunteer throughout our community and help many non-profits in our area. These woman are dedicated to making the Slidell area a better place for all to live.
Scouts BSA Cypress District Troop 315 – They provide youth from ages 14 – 21 with opportunities to explore their areas of interest, develop leadership skills, and get camping experiences with venturing programs.
Slidell Police Association – The Slidell Police Association was formed in 2005 to assist Slidell Police Officers and the City of Slidell citizens, by bridging the gap between the police and citizens.