Houma's Downtown Demonstration Days have been postponed until Dec. 13 and 14, Terrebonne Parish announced today. 

This postponement will apply to the Main Street reconfiguration, pop up shops, public art installations, pocket parks, farmer’s market, and the associated road closures.

With pending bad weather and the need for public participation, and out of respect for everyone’s time and efforts and to ensure the highest level of public participation which is crucial to this project, the parish decided to postpone the event. 

The new dates are not in conflict with scheduled events downtown, football games, and will hopefully stand a chance of better weather.

As of Thursday, the Kiwanis Howl-o-Ween Dog Parade and Festival is still scheduled fro 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Courthouse square. Stay tuned for future announcements from Kiwanis regarding their event.