This week’s pic “Market at the Covington Trailhead” was submitted by Cici Photography Submit your photo for “Pic of the Week” by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org,
Rackel was one of 20+ dogs rescued from another shelter in the possible path of Hurricane Laura this August. Since that time, this 10-year-old girl has undergone heartworm treatment and conquered several health scares including heart and lung concerns. Rackel is also bling in one eye and visually-impaired in her other.
Who doesn’t love crab cakes? Well for starters, people who don’t eat crab. But that doesn’t mean that you want to miss out on the delectable flavor experience that has made this dish a southern staple. In comes lion’s mane mushrooms to save the day!
Amedee Frederick is in the “house” and this Saturday his jaunty tunes will be spilling from the gazebo and saturating the market with song. Time to get your veggie pancake from Meme ‘cause they truly are delicious.
Jazz in January is traditionally a 3-day event at Christ Episcopal Church featuring world renowned jazz musicians with ticketed concerts on Friday and Saturday night as well as free Jazz Masses on Sunday. This year, due to COVID-19 challenges, all three days are free to the public.
Mardi Gras 2021 may have taken on a new form, but the spirit of the season lives on in Covington with the Rollin’ on the 3 Rivers House Float Parade, kicking off Saturday January 23 through Mardi Gras Day, February 16, 2021.
Saturday will breeze in with January crispness. Good place to start is the coffee pavilion for some hot coffee to warm up. Zac Maris will set up in the gazebo to lend special melodies to the breezes.
As the Louisiana Department of Health reports a percent positivity rate in St. Tammany Parish above 10% for the third consecutive week, St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper again asks residents to remain strong in their commitment to best prevention practices to slow down the spread of COVID-19.
The St. Tammany Art Association hosts two free demos this Saturday in conjunction with their current exhibit, the Degas Pastel Society 18th Biennial National Exhibition. Due to attendance restrictions, space is limited for these free demos. Click the links to register for the events.
Casey was rescued from homelessness in Downtown Covington by a kind individual who brought him to Northshore Humane Society. This nine-month-old boy is your typical rascal kitten – playful, curious and full of energy!
For many of us here in the South, New Years day would be incomplete without the compliments of black-eyed peas and greens. This tradition is said to bring prosperity and good luck into the new year.
In our December 8th council meeting we passed a resolution giving Mayor Johnson the authority to execute a cooperative endeavor agreement with the Louisiana Department of Treasury and the State of Louisiana for a Line Item Appropriation in Act 45 of the 2020 Second Extraordinary Legislative Session for Roadway Improvements.