Christmas in the Crevasse is now open featuring hayrides on 5 acres of farm land with over 70 lighted Christmas frames on display in LaPlace. The event takes place at the corner of Louisiana and Shadowbrook, three blocks off McReine Road (street across from River Forest Subdivision). Christmas in the Crevasse is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6-10 p.m., until January 1. Closed in the event of rain. Admission is $2 for children under 3; ages 3 to 93 is $5. The hayrides last approximately half an hour and depart every 15 minutes. Get a “Taste of St. John” with hot chocolate, coffee or apple juice and snacks for a small fee. Proceeds benefit Greater New Orleans Therapeutic Riding Center. Bathroom facilities are available. No reservations needed. Tour groups and corporate events may make reservations during the week. There is a coloring contest for three age groups up to 12 years of age. Entries can be picked up at Christmas in the Crevasse, Jacob's Andouille and A Storage Inn on Highway 51 or may be downloaded from Christmas in the Crevasse Facebook Page. Entries can be returned to Christmas in the Crevasse or mailed to P.O. Box 5095 in LaPlace, LA 70069. Entries are due on Saturday, December 19 and will be awarded on December 22. For more information, call 985 346-3709, or find us on Facebook.