Announcing Amy Temple Louviere -
2019 Audubon Pilgrimage Chair
Amy Temple Louviere, chairman of the 2019 Audubon Pilgrimage, is a native of St. Francisville and has served in numerous Pilgrimage volunteer positions, including as a junior hostess at Propinquity in the first Pilgrimage in 1972. Since then Amy has been a docent, a home coordinator, co-chairman of the Light up the Night Soiree and flower arranger for numerous Pilgrimage tour homes. She actively serves in the community as a board member of the Julius Freyhan Foundation, the St. Francisville United Methodist Church Board of Trustees and the Feliciana Country Gardeners. She is a past president of the Women’s Service League and the West Feliciana Tourist Commission, past chairman of the Christmas in the Country parade, past secretary of the Friends of the Library and chairman of their annual Tour of Homes.
Amy follows in the footsteps of her mother, Dot Temple, who served as Pilgrimage chairman in 1987, and her grandmother, Catherine Reames, who was a coordinator of the kitchen at the Rural Homestead for many years. She has been married for 28 years to Lambert Louviere, and they have two children, Jay and Mary Quin. Both Jay and Mary Quin have participated in Pilgrimage volunteer activities, including acting in the Audubon play, dancing with Sweet Maids and Maypole dancers and working at the Rural Homestead. Amy graduated from West Feliciana High School and LSU and has been employed at the Louisiana State Archives since 1991, currently serving as their exhibits coordinator.