Groundhog Day? Here in Louisiana, it’s Nutria Day

 February 2nd, Day of Weather Predicting Rodents The celebration of Groundhog day began with a large German population in south and central Pennsylvania around the 18th century.  The day is usually a social

KCB to Host First Annual Garden Symposium

Greater Covington Center, Bogue Falaya Hall This Saturday January 26th Keep Covington Beautiful will host a Garden Symposium at the Greater Covington Center. The symposium is designed to educate citizens of Covington on

Artist Sarah Dunn Organizes Group of Volunteers to Paint Cultural Mural for LCEF

New Orleans artist Sarah Dunn is leading an effort to paint a mural for Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation that will depict Louisiana’s unique culture, on a concrete pillar on the corner of Claiborne

Fine Wines for Canines to Benefit St. Tammany Humane Society

Fine Wines for Canines is a limited seating benefit dinner featuring an all-inclusive five course meal by Chef Ronald Bonnette of Annadele’s Plantation.  Nick Dischler of Wines Unlimited will provide the wine which

High Tea, Low Hormones: A Women’s Health Workshop at The English Tea Room

Reserve a spot for Saturday, January 19th at 4:00 pm, as the English Tea Room is honored to host High Tea – Low Hormones. This is a wonderful opportunity to listen to the experts

Covington Youth Soccer Association Registration for Spring

Covington Youth Soccer Association registration is NOW open for the 2013 SPRING SEASON Recreational Soccer. Boys & Girls Ages 5 – 14. ONLINE REGISTRATION! Registration ends January 25. Games begin on February 2.

CBA General Meeting Wednesday, January 9th at The English Tea Room

The Covington Business Association will hold the January general meeting at the English Tea Room.  The CBA is in place to promote Covington businesses in the Covington Historic District.  The meeting is open