Covington’s own nature trail offers an educational walk through a natural Louisiana habitat. Located at the Covington Recreational Complex, the nature trail is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week,
Make your reservations for Valentine’s High Tea at The English Tea Room, Available February 9th – 16th! Baked brie, chocolates and special finger sandwiches are just a few of the highlights of this
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
Mayor Mike Cooper cordially invites the citizens of Covington to Coffee with Mayor Cooper. “This gathering gives our residents the opportunity to ask questions, state concerns or provide feedback in an informal setting
Be careful and enjoy the parades! Be on the lookout for children and other small creatures wherever you go. Mardi Gras is party time in the south, and if you have one too
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
The 2nd Annual Grayhawk Benefit Concert for Safe Harbor will feature New Orleans’ own Dr. John accompanied by The Grayhawk Band. This is reported to be Dr. John’s first show on the Northshore,
In the spirit of Mardi Gras, STAA will kick off the Northshore season with their first Masqued Ball. Local artists will create one-of-a-kind masks to be auctioned at this gala event. A variety
Win Your Chance to be on the Radio! This Northshore competition is open to all vocalists. At each of the three events, vocalists will participate in two rounds of blind auditions. The third
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
On Monday, January 21st, the City of Covington celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. beginning with a parade at 10 a.m. and followed by a commemorative service at 11 a.m.
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
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
Find the “hidden sugar” in your diet! Find out why sugar substitutes aren’t the answer, understand how sugar affects your mood and body, help your kids make healthier choices, and get rid of
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Keep Covington Beautiful Seedling Tree Giveaway at the Saturday Farmer’s Market Start 2013 out right, plant a tree! Keep Covington Beautiful celebrates Louisiana Arbor Day with a tree give-away. Native bare-root seedlings include
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.
Initiated by chairman of the City Council’s Economic Development Committee Larry Rolling, the stated purpose of the event is to improve business retention by providing resource information to help businesses survive and prosper.
Covington’s newest Krewe, the St. John’s Fools of Misrule, was created after noting the absence of a Twelfth Night festival in the Northshore area. Their first parade was in 2012, and have since
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