The Houma-Terrebonne Civic Center is now officially two decades old.
The local entertainment venue hosted its 20th Anniversary Celebration on Jan. 6 with an indoor concert for people of all ages in the community.
The event also featured a ribbon cutting – the official completion of several renovations at the local facility, which opened its doors in 1999.
At the concert, locals gathered to enjoy music by Vintage and Payton Smith. Those acts opened for The Chee Weez, which entertained the audience for more than two hours.
In year 20, the civic center has big plans.
In recent weeks, the facility has been given a new paint job and lighting has been added to areas – all in an effort to give the facility a more modern feel, according to Director Dean Schouest.
Renovations will continue into 2019 with the project expected to be completed by the end of the summer. •