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Saturday morning kicks off with the Giant Omelette/St. Mary Magdalen Christian Service Center 5K run/ 2 mile fun walk. A short walk through beautiful downtown Abbeville is a great way to start your Omelette day.
$25.00 per person minimum donation. This Center serves the people of all faiths in our community. The walk will start at 9:00 am. Registration in front of the Court House. All proceeds go to the Center.   Walk Registration Form


Saturday  10:00AM -3:00PM
Author and Cajun Storyteller Sheila Hebert Collins
Author and Cajun Storyteller Sheila Hebert Collins

Kid's World is Saturday only. The kid's world area is set up in the square. It is a fun offering for the children. among the offerings this year are free helium balloons, activity sheets and giveaways for the children, and an Over Easy Egg Toss contest for three age groups, beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday.  There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prize for each age category .


Sheila Hébert-Collins

Author of:

Blanchette et les Sept Petit Cajuns
T’Pousette et T’Poulette
Les Trois Cochons
Jolie Blonde and the Three Heberts
Cendrillon: A Cajun Cinderella
Petite Rouge: A Cajun Twist to an old Tale
Jean-Paul Hébert Was There
Jacques et la Canne à Sucre

2:00PM in the Cultural Center-Autographed books will be available to buy.
KIDS WORLD PRESENTATION: Ms. Hébert-Collins teaches children about Acadian heritage and introduces Cajun French words and expressions while telling familiar, humorous Cajun fairy tales. She will be performing on Nov. 3 only at 1:30 and at the Alliance Center across from Magdalen Square near Children’s World. Her performance will include two readings along with “Cajunized Songs” and activities. Autographed copies of her books will be available following the readings.

BOOKS: Autographed copies of Sheila Hébert-Collins’ books are available at all her readings. The price for all books is $15.00. Audio versions are also available for $10.00 which include two stories on each. The author reads the stories herself with Cajun music added.
Two are available: Jolie Blonde/Les Trois Cochons and Petite Rouge/Cendrillon. All books and audios will be available at the Omelette Merchandise Booth. All proceeds go to the Omelette Association.

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Sheila was born in Abbeville, Louisiana, the heart of Cajun Country. She was what you’d call an authentic Cajun since both her mother and father’s lineage traced back to Acadie in Canada. Sheila grew up proud of her Cajun culture. Teaching the lower grades for 20 years instilled a love for children’s literature. That passion for children’s literature, combined with her Cajun Pride, motivated her to rewrite cherished fairy tales with a Cajun twist. These fairy tales were designed to teach younger children French, as well as to develop Cajun pride.
Sheila didn’t start her writing career until she retired from teaching in Louisiana in 1989. In late 1993, her first Cajun Fairy Tale was published, Jolie Blonde and the Three Heberts (pronounced A-Bears), a Cajun Goldilocks. By 2004 she had eight books published (seven fairy tales and one historical fiction on the Cajuns) and had visited over 150 schools in Louisiana and many public libraries, reading her Cajun fairy tales and promoting cultural pride.
In 1999, Sheila became a school librarian, working at Indian Bayou Elementary. In 2002, Sheila was hired as a media specialist at Manatee Elementary in Florida where she worked for seven years. In 2009, she returned to Abbeville where she is an elementary school librarian. She continues to write about her culture and continues to visit schools on a limited basis.
Sheila’s name appears in the Louisiana State Artist Roster as an author and Cajun storyteller. She has made presentations for the Louisiana Reading Association’s local and state conventions. She has also made presentations for the Florida Association of Media Educators, Lee County Reading Festival, International Reading Association, Florida Gulf Coast University, and University of Louisiana at Lafayette.. She has visited over 150 schools in Southeast Region. and numerous libraries throughout Louisiana and Florida.




Don't miss this fun event. Watch as guest from around the world try their hand at backing a tractor into an egg.
Not so easy when the aim of the game is to have the smallest crack. This event happen Saturday at 1:00pm on Concord Street.
The tractors will be on hand on Sunday for the public to try their hand.


The Skillet Arrives

Early Sunday morning, without any pompt and circumstance, the skillet is transported via forklift from its storage place about 1 mile from downtown Abbeville.

If you are awake early enough you may get to witness this!!

2015 Ride. Check out the site  Omelette Ride for information as it comes available. We hope that this will become an annual offering on Omelette Sunday.

 Charity Poker Run- Sunday 8:00AM
To benefit Shreveport Shriners Hospital for Children

 Contact Ovide 337-255-4927 or Marilyn 386-627-4924

Information and Registration Form




Procession out of Mass
Procession out of Mass

St. Mary Magdalen Church
Always a special part of the weekend where the eggs, bread and festival itself are blessed.
Be there early to see the lineup of "chefs" from around the world in full dress. Each participating country carries it's flag during the procession into the church. During mass the National Anthem of each country with representatives present is sung and a French Choir completes the truly international mass.

Poker Run

coming soon


Throughout the weekend

The Abbeville Cultural & Historical Alliance Center is the home of the display depicting the History of the Giant Omelette. Please take a few minutes to visit the center located across from Magdalen Square.


        Celebration Highlights

        Saturday, November 5th
        Walk for Charity

        Tour of Homes

        Juried Art Show

        Food Vendors

        Live Entertainment

        Kid's World

        Eggs Over Easy Egg Toss Competition

        Antique Implement Show

       Antique Tractor "Egg Cracking" 

        Sunday, November 6th
        Official Mass

        Cajun Challenge Bicycle Ride
        Poker Run

        Juried Art Show

        Food Vendors

        Antique Car/Implement Show

        Live Entertainment

        Procession of Chefs

        Petite Omelette Cooking

        Giant "5000 Egg" Omelette CookingFuture Omelette Dates
         Nov. 5th & 6th, 2016
         Nov. 4th & 5th, 2017
         Nov. 3rd & 4th, 2018
         Nov  2nd & 3rd, 2019
         Nov  7th  & 8th, 2020

         2013 Video
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