The City of Covington announces that the Wharton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution joined with Wreaths Across America to raise funds to honor the military service
The Kingfish is back! Don’t miss film and stage actor John “Spud” McConnell in the 30th year anniversary revival of the Off-Broadway hit about the extraordinary life and times of Louisiana politician Huey
Meet Ashleigh Branstetter and see her elegant work at Three Rivers Art Festival in Historic Downtown Covington November 9th and 10th (Saturday and Sunday) at Booth #517.
Covington, La. – The Covington Rotary Club is thrilled to announce that U.S. Senator John Kennedy will be the distinguished guest speaker at its 2019 Feeding the Needy fundraising luncheon.
The last Rockin’ the Rails concert of October 2019 will take place this Thursday, Halloween Night! Featuring a Costume Contest with a Grand Prize of 2 Free spots on a traditional Mardi Gras
Halloween Night is the final night of Covington’s “Rockin the Rails” Thursday concert series and the Covington Lions Club and Carnival in Covington are pulling out all the stops. Delicious catfish and/or shrimp dinners will be served
Rockin’ the Rails, Columbia Street Block Party, Nightmare on Columbia, Trick or Treatin’ at the Trailhead and more…
Tickets are on sale now for Christ Episcopal School’s (CES) production of Sense and Sensibility, which will be staged Thursday, Nov. 14, through Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Croxton Family Theater in the
St. Tammany Art Association presents the “Northshore Invitational”, a new exhibition featuring the work of 21 artists. Don Marshall, Executive Director of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, brings together some of
The City of Covington’s Gallery at City Hall opened the art exhibition of artist Julie Ruben with a reception open to the public on Tuesday, October 15, 2019. Julie Rubin is a representational
Rockin’ the Rails free concert series continues this Thursday with the Cheeseburger Ranchers. Rockin’ the Rails takes place at the Covington Trailhead (419 N. New Hampshire St.) from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. every
On Tuesday, October 15, 2019, the Covington Police Department and Covington Fire Department will be participating in the National Night Out Against Crime event. This event is where law enforcement first responders establish
Historic downtown Covington comes alive with art, music, culture, and community. Presented by the St. Tammany Art Association (STAA), along with the support of our Season of the Arts sponsors, galleries and restaurants,
Rockin’ the Rails, the City of Covington’s free concert series in October, continues this Thursday with a performance by Where Y’acht! Full speed ahead! St. John’s Coffeehouse hosts a Scary Story Open Mic
Sheriff Randy Smith is excited to announce that a date has been set for National Night Out celebrations in St. Tammany Parish. On Tuesday, October 15, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office
Rockin’ the Rails, the City of Covington’s free concert series in October, begins this Thursday featuring Tuba Skinny! Hailing from New Orleans, and inspired by the early jazz and blues music of the
The Covington Farmer’s Market takes place two times a week: Wednesdays at the Covington Trailhead (419 N. New Hampshire) and Saturdays at the 600 Block of Columbia Street (Covington Police Department). The Wednesday
The Columbia Street Block Party takes place this Friday from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Classic cars line the streets and music fills the air. Stop in to any one of your favorite spots
Funeral services will be held at the Castine Center (63350 Pelican Drive, Mandeville, Louisiana) on Friday, September 27, 2019, at 12:00 noon, and is open to the public and news media.
The Sunset at the Landing Free Concert Series continues this Friday at the Columbia Street Landing (Columbia Street at the River) from 6 – 9 p.m. This month’s performers include Charlie Miller at