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Quote and Word of the Week

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“When it can be said by any country in the world, my poor are happy, neither ignorance nor distress is to be found among them, my jails are empty of prisoners, my streets of beggars, the aged are not in want, the taxes are not oppressive, the rational world is my friend because I am the friend of happiness. When these things can be said, then may that country boast its constitution and government. Independence is my happiness, the world is my country and my religion is to do good.”
~ Thomas Paine, Rights of Man

Word of the Week:
independence  (n)  –  (1) freedom from outside control or support;  the state of being independent
–  (2) the time when a country or region gains political freedom from outside control

New MoonThe New Moon is Monday, July 4th, 2016.

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Sencha Infused Summer Vegetable Soup

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Covington Farmer’s Market Recipe From The English Tea Room & Eatery

The Japanese Sencha is a popular green tea, adding grassy notes and accentuating the delicate flavor of the soup, from simple ingredients that can be found at the Covington Farmer’s Market.   Makes 4 – 6 servings.

1 -2 medium yellow squash
1 -2 medium zucchini
1 medium patty pan squash
1 large onion, minced
3 tbls garlic, minced
1 tbls olive oil
Veg stock (optional)
1 tbls each, fresh minced parsley & thyme
1 tbls basil
1 tbls fresh ground black pepper
1 large tomato, diced
Salt to taste
4 cups water
1 large pot (32 oz) Japanese Sencha – steep for five minutes in pot, remove bags before tea becomes bitter.

Saute onions in olive oil over medium heat in a large soup pot until translucent.  Stir in squash, herbs and spices, cover and simmer until soft.  Add garlic.  Pour in tea and two cups of water.  Add in vegetable stock, if using.  Stir, cover and bring to a boil.  Add chopped tomato.  May need to add more water as needed, and salt to taste.  Serve with a savory scone from the English Tea Room & Eatery!  Cheerio!

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Local Events

Sparks In The Park Is This Friday Evening!

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Sparks in the Park takes place this Friday, July 1, 2016 at the Bogue Falaya Park in Historic Downtown Covington.   The event starts at 7 p.m. and goes until 9 p.m., with fireworks beginning at dusk.  Bring camp chairs and picnic blankets if you like, food and drinks will be available for purchase, and face painting will be availble for the kids.  This event is brought to you by nola.com/times picayune and the City of Covington.  For more information, call 985-892-1873 or visit covla.com.

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This Week at the Covington Farmer’s Market with Charlene LeJeune

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Covington Farmers Market LogoWhatta Tuesday, friends! Lotsa great food on tap for tomorrow so make your plans to join us. As many of you know, Nanette’s last day with our market was on Saturday but have no fear. Her faithful apprentice, Lea, is debuting her first solo market meal with asparagus and brown rice soup. I can’t wait to taste it! But let’s not forget the other goodies available. After all, you’ll need something for the rest of the week. Take home a dinner of Chomper’s pulled pork, green beans & cheese grits. Enjoy a crunchy beef tostado topped with lettuce and tomato and salsa. Kandy’s pan-seared salmon salad is a lunchtime favorite. And, of course, dessert. Frankie has cherry cheese cake bars and blueberry buttermilk pies. You’ll be sooooo glad you came!

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Tabasco, the Covington Farmers Market mascot Roux-ster

The P-town Ramblers will get things started on Saturday, crooning out snappy tunes from the gazebo. But even better than that awaits you in the cooking tent. Chompers BBQ will drive the smoker out to the Market for an old fashioned BBQ! Get your pulled pork and fixin’s for the 4th (it saves cooking) or pick up your favorite sauce for your own backyard/lakefront picnic! We will have a special 4th of July treat for the kiddies…Peters Farm & Fun Mobile Petting Farm will be at this Saturday’s market!!
It’s so easy to grill corn on the pit. Just soak in water for 15-20 mins and lay them on the grill! Jubilee Farms will have lots of Silver Cream corn but this is the last week. They will have plenty of watermelon and what’s a 4th of July celebration without watermelon?
summersquash-groupWith all of the squash we have available at the market these days, I thought I’d put my new spiralizer to use. I found several recipes for “zoodles” and I thought I’d marketize them. First, a simple saute of zucchini zoodles in Spicy Lady’s crushed red pepper, mustard & dill olive oil – lots of flavor with little effort. How about a salad made with squash (zucchini or yellow) zoodles, 1 -3 carrots (zoodled) depending on size, green onions (sliced), Norma’s muffaletta veggies (as much or as little as you like), cherry tomatoes sliced in half? Toss together and enjoy! Use thin strips of squash or eggplant in place of noodles in your lasagne. Grill slices or zoodles and then dress with skordalia (Vincent & Mauricio) or Bechac’s Roasted Garlic & Tomato dressing.
Norma has a crustless quiche for gluten-free folks. You’ll also want to stop by Betty Rue’s for gluten-free pizza, cookies, muffins and doughnuts! Hot Tamale Mama is offering creamy roasted tomato basil soup, slow cooked yellow waxed beans, or stuffed shells with Parmesan cream just in case you really don’t want to cook.
There really is nothing like a farmers’ market when the veggies are at their peak of flavor and variety. And they grill up so nicely while you’re grilling your burgers or chicken. You did pick up meat, right? No worries. We have a number of fine vendors of pork, beef, lamb, shrimp, and chicken – Mr. Two, Jublilee Farms, and James. If you can’t find anything to go on that grill, you must have slept in. We will be here celebrating the 4th. Hope you will join us!

Lots of love
Charlene LeJeune
Abundant Life Kitchen
The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit http://www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org/

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Why It’s No Longer Your Father’s Real Estate

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by Beverly Hobbs Shea, Real Estate Resource Group, LLC

Times have changed! While there’s no doubt technology & the internet have become aids to all property searchers and real estate practitioners, there’s no substitute for experienced and “seasoned” real estate professionals.  Not limited by merely navigating the transaction, a true pro draws on his/her experience and market knowledge, financing, the nuances of inspections & expectations, and more. Truly the quarterback who marches the team down the field in an honorable, ethical, & successful way! A good Realtor can be a party’s best ally and counselor, which explains why consulting is becoming more and more an integral part of today’s real estate scene.

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Beverly Hobbs Shea
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 Managing Broker, Licensed in Louisiana, USA
    Real Estate Resource Group, LLC
90 Louis Prima Drive, Ste. A   Offc.  985-898-5888
Covington, LA USA 70433  beverlyhobbsshea.com

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City of Covington Announces Ribbon Cuttings For June 2016

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The City of Covington welcomes five new businesses with Ribbon Cuttings on June 30, 2016 beginning at 9:30 a.m.  The new businesses include Revival Clay Studio, 420 N. Vermont St., Dice and Dagger, 409 N. Jefferson Ave., Meribo, 326 Lee Ln., Covet, 234 Lee Ln. and Hook’d Up, 321 N. Columbia St.

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Opinion

Tammany West Needs To Re Evaluate Tactics

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Editorial by Timothy Achan Gates, CW Correspondent

Kevin Chiri wrote in a recent editorial that the perceived battle between St. Tammany Parish Government and CCST needed a “time out.”  First, there are no “time-outs” in debates that concern the health and safety of an entire community.  Whether one is opposed to or in favor of fracking, industrialization is an issue that is a community decision.  A democratically cherished ideal is crushed when the Parish reports to us that St. Tammany has no right to Self Determination with regard to the oil industry.
This sentiment was presented by Covington Weekly in Patrick Courrege’s (LA DNR) suggestion of Changing the Law at the State Level.  While the Parish Government feigned surprise when Helis’ public announcement was made, they sat on e-mails indicating knowledge of a plan years in advance, which were eventually made public.  The business lobbying groups just laughed, continuing to place people in office who will “do what they want.”

Chiri’s editorial goes on to moralize the situation, undoubtedly emboldened by his self-appointed position as referee between the Parish Government and a community advocacy group, relegating the whole thing to a lack of respect for authority.

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Disrespect for the Public and Democratic Principles in General is Exemplified by Public Officials and Industry Colluding to Industrialize A Community Behind the Backs of Their Constituencies. 
There is ample evidence to back the assertion that Parish Administration was aware of the Helis project well before it became public knowledge.  To pretend ignorance, then pursue a lawsuit against a sanctioned project while shaming the public about the amount of money spent on said lawsuit, is absurd.  There are several instances across the parish involving drainage litigation resulting from infringing development where the parish spends a significant amount more fighting its own constituency, as opposed to what it has spent “fighting” fracking.
Disrespect Is NBC Director Larry Rase Berating the Public Due to Their Lack of Appreciation For All  the Oil and Gas Industry Does For the Parish. 
Ironically, the Advocate recently ran a series detailing the amount of tax incentives given away, roughly 1.4 – 1.6 billion dollars, a number that basically equals Louisiana’s deficit.  Oil and Gas is a large recipient of these incentives, so the question becomes, if the Oil and Gas Industry is so beneficial to the state, why is there a budget deficit equal to tax incentives given strictly to big business, while small businesses are consistently asked to pay more and more?      Where Is The Disrespect, Again?

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Have a Safe Independence Day 2016

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Independence Day of the United States, also referred to as the 4th of July, is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, by the Continental Congress declaring that the thirteen American colonies regarded themselves as a new nation, the United States of America, and no longer part of the British Empire.  Independence Day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, carnivals, fairs, picnics, concerts, baseball games, family reunions, and political speeches and ceremonies, in addition to various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States.

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The Gadsden flag is a historical American flag with a yellow field depicting a rattlesnake coiled and ready to strike. Positioned below the rattlesnake are the words “DONT [sic] TREAD ON ME”. The flag is named after American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden (1724–1805), who designed it in 1775 during the American Revolution. It was also used by the Continental Marines as an early motto flag, along with the Moultrie Flag.

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Healthy Living

Flying Feet Movement Arts Mini Camp for Girls at Our Place Studio

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Our Place StudioFlying Feet! A Movement Arts Mini-Camp for Girls, ages 8-17
 Featuring Yoga, Aerial Yoga, & Belly Dance
 July 13, 15, 20 & 22, all classes 1-4 pm
 Taught by Amanda Monjure & Liz Bragdon
Join us for a fun & intensive mini-camp featuring Yoga, Belly Dance, and Aerial Yoga! We’ll be focusing on mindful, joyful movement exploration and practice. Together, we’ll enjoy building stronger, more flexible bodies, minds, and hearts through the playful and challenging medium of movement arts. Aerial and Belly Dance classes will be organized around learning a choreography that students will share in a Student Showcase for family and friends on July 23rd. Cost of full course: $150 per student
Space is limited. For details and/or to sign up, please call 985.778.3448 (Liz) or 985.373.2938 (Amanda)

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Save the Date for STAA’s 51st Annual Summer Show July 9, 2016, 6 – 9 PM

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staa summer show 2016The St. Tammany Art Association presents the 51st National Juried Artists Exhibition, The Summer Show.

Opening Reception: July 9 | 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Artists’ awards will be presented at 7:00 p.m.

Exhibition is open from July 9- August 20.

Artists selected for this year’s exhibition come from across the United States. Artists accepted into The Summer Show and in competition for cash prizes are: Cariappa Annaiah, Grace Benedict, Carolyn Biggio, Emily Binder, Stephanie Blumenthal, Carolyn Busenlener, Frances Carville, Jennifer Carwile, Shanna D’Antonio, Michael Eble, Leslie Elliott-Smith, Michael Elliott-Smith, Belinda Flores-Shinshillas, Loveday Funck, John Green, Denise Greenwood Loveless, Charles Gudaitis, Len Heatherly, Brian Huber, Gina Laguna, Tony Lazorko, Jacqueline LeBlanc, Bernard Mattox, Emily Morse, Clark Nunn, Otto Ochs, James Overby, James Chris Phillips, Mike Ramsey, Shaun Roberts, David Shear, Nate Theisen, Robert Warrens, and Francesca Windsor.

Open to artists from all over the United States, the St. Tammany Art Association’s annual juried exhibition features only visual art completed within the past two years. This year, $3,250 in cash awards including the coveted $1,000 Best of Show prize will be presented at the opening.

Sponsors for this show include Cathy Deano as Exhibition Sponsor and award sponsors Henry and Gail Hood, Maggie McConnell, Carlos Sanchez, Roberta D. Bruck, Ph.D, and the “Miriam Barranger Best of Show Award” sponsored by Heather Barranger Case.

This year, in lieu of a Gallery Talk, artists’ profiles will be featured on social media throughout the duration of the show, which continues through August 20 with a closing event during Covington White Linen Night, 6 to 9 p.m. All events are free and open to the public and are presented at the STAA Art House, 320 N. Columbia Street in historic downtown Covington.  Visit STAA Online for more info!

Images left to right: Fountain Figure by Grace Benedict, Stalk the Gardens Round by Shanna D’Antonio, Yellowstone Pool Striation by Michael Eble, and Please, Come In by Clark Nunn.   sttammanyartassociation.org

Images left to right: Fountain Figure by Grace Benedict, Stalk the Gardens Round by Shanna D’Antonio, Yellowstone Pool Striation by Michael Eble, and Please, Come In by Clark Nunn.         sttammanyartassociation.org

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Terra Bella Village Announces 2nd Annual Stars & Stripes Independence Day Celebration

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“Stars & Stripes” Independence Day Celebration

Terra Bella Village, Covington LA

Friday, July 1, 2016

5:30-8:30pm

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Terra Bella Village is excited to announce the 2nd Annual “Stars & Stripes” Independence Day Celebration.  I would like to invite you to partner with Terra Bella to present a spectacular event to honor all military and benefit the QuadVets.  In an effort to serve and give back to the community, the “Stars & Stripes” event will benefit the QuadVets Program. “Our mission at QuadVets is simple: to honor every veteran with dignity and respect, and to serve those who may find themselves in difficult circumstances.” Read more:   http://www.quadarea.org/QuadVets.html

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“Stars & Stripes” will feature a flag raising to honor all military, waterslide, balloon artist, snowballs, food & beverage by Forks & Corks, Sweet Daddy’s BBQ and PJ’s Coffee plus a Military Helicopter landing & display.

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Quote & Word of the Week

Quote and Word of the Week

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Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 – May 6, 1862) was an American author, poet, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, and leading transcendentalist. He is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay Resistance to Civil Government (also known as Civil Disobedience), an argument for disobedience to an unjust state. - Wikipedia.org

Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 – May 6, 1862) was an American author, poet, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, tax resister, development critic, surveyor, historian, and leading transcendentalist. He is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay Resistance to Civil Government (also known as Civil Disobedience), an argument for disobedience to an unjust state. – Wikipedia.org

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“If… the machine of government… is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law.”   ~  Henry David Thoreau, On the Duty of Civil Disobediance, 1849

Word of the Week:
Civil Disobedience  (n)  – refusal to obey governmental demands or commands especially as a nonviolent and usually collective means of forcing concessions from the government

Last Quarter (2)The Last Quarter Moon is Monday, June 27, 2016.

 

 

 

 

Local Events This Week at the Farmer's Market

This Week at the Covington Farmer’s Market with Charlene LeJeune

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Covington Farmers Market LogoIt’s Tuesday, friends! One more day…more or less… to a tasty lunch, sweet breezes, and relaxing music – perfect for summertime lunching. You’ll get there and have a hard time deciding between Frankie & Johnny’s fried beef taco or Kandy’s fabulous shredded cabbage salad with its crunchy bits of carrot, chicken, red onion and herbs. Or will you be tempted by Nanette’s wonderful chicken salad wrapped in a spinach tortilla and dressed with baby spinach leaves or the smoky aroma of Jeff’s pulled pork, baked beans, and Mac N Cheese? Our vendors are offering some incredible dishes that are hard to pass up, which is why I usually pick up several and enjoy them throughout the week. Sometimes, I even let Mr. Wonderful share in the bounty.

Surely you won’t forget your veggies – zucchini, bell peppers, squash, potatoes, and tomatoes – or yard fresh eggs. Frankie is baking up a sensational blueberry buttermilk pie for dessert. Oh, YUM! Aren’t Wednesdays wonderful??!!

bear creek roadSaturday morning will roll around (as it usually does at that time of the week), just as bright and lovely as ever. Prepare yourself now for the delightful tunes of Alex Owen and John Eubanks coming from the gazebo. Coffee Rani’s Food Truck will be parked at the curb on Columbia Street with a selection of treats to savor. Make sure you get here early to get your coffee and enjoy the morning, the music, the many market delights. Sadly, this is Nanette’s last week at the market. Please stop by her table and wish her luck as she travels home to be closer to family. We will miss you loads, Nanette!

Picture this, you and your sweetie have planned a delightful BBQ on the patio surrounded by the bright yellow bougainvillea and lovely green ferns you got from Ms. Betty. You have the pit fired up and ready for the chicken (James) or the burgers from ground beef (pork and/or lamb) from Jubilee. Chomper’s Twisted sauce is waiting patiently to be liberally applied. Skewers of veggie kababs with onions, peppers, shrimp, or what have you) are also waiting for the perfect time to jump on. And, when your sweetie thinks it just can’t get any better, you bring out the peaches, halved, and lay them on the grill. Serve with a nice bottle of La Serendipity Blanc de Bois wine, nicely chilled, or ice-cold peach acai kombucha or hibiscus mint water kefir (Kombucha Girl). Now, wasn’t that relaxing?

I found a great recipe for white squash on the internet that sounded exquisite. It involved patty pan (white) squash sliced across its width, placed in a baking dish alternating with basil leaves and dressed with olive oil and baked. Sounds great but hot and doesn’t work easily when grilling your squash, soooooo…slice your squash across the width and grill, then place slices in a serving dish. Add some olive oil to a quarter cup of Nur’s basil pesto to thin it out and drizzle over the slices. Alternate “dressing” and squash until all is gone and serve. For a taste change, you could do the same with Nur’s sun dried tomato pesto.

With all this great food hanging around, please tell me you’re not planning to sleep in. We’d hate for you to miss out.

Lots of love,

Charlene LeJeune

Abundant Life Kitchen

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit http://www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org/

Local Events

Friday Night is June Block Party in Downtown Covington

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Downtown Covington gears up for the Final Friday Block Party this Friday.  Stroll down Columbia and see the cars, enjoy live music, great food, drinks and entertainment at the many establishments Covington has to offer.

The Green Room, now Smoke-Free, features and all-star lineup with The Bleeding Volcano, Davy Crockett & The Wild Frontier and The Cold Water Electric, plus an acoustic performance by Amedee “A5” Frederick!

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Columbia Street Rock n Blues Cafe offers a free appetizer when you spend $10 or more during Free Food Fridays! This month, 5 Finger Discount performs for Block Party!

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Goodbee Plumbing is now in Historic Downtown Covington

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Goodbee Plumbing is now located right in downtown Covington, across from Acquistapace’s Covington Supermarket! Goodbee Plumbing is licensed, insured and back-flow certified with a full range of services:  (Visit Goodbee Plumbing online at goodbeeplumbinginc.com and find them on Facebook!)

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The English Tea Room & Eatery Hosts a Murder Mystery Night Benefit For Playmakers Theater

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etr murder mystery-page-001The English Tea Room & Eatery presents a “Murder Mystery Dinner” coordinated by and for the benefit of the Playmakers Theater Group. All proceeds go to Playmakers to help them with repairs from flood damage. Five courses, $40 per person/prepaid, accompanying teas with each course.  This Event is Sold Out at this time, please visit englishtearoom.com to stay updated on upcoming events.  The English Tea Room’s evening events have been selling out as soon as they are announced, so be sure to follow them on Facebook also!

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Did you know that June is National Iced Tea Month? The English Tea Room & Eatery has over 200 teas that may be served hot or iced, what better way to celebrated National Iced Tea Month! Settle in with your favorite cool tea on a hot summer day in a relaxed but active setting.  Enjoy Live Music five days a week during lunch (noon – 2 p.m. ) at the English Tea Room & Eatery.  The English Tea Room is closed for the 4th of July, have a safe holiday!

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Healthy Living

Our Place Studio Flying Feet Movement Arts Mini Camp For Girls

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Sign up for Our Place Studio’s Flying Feet Movement Arts Mini Camp for Girls ages 8 – 17.   The camp runs July 13, 15, 20 and 22, all classes 1 – 4 p.m.  at Our Place Studio, 338 N. Vermont St.  Classes include Yoga, Belly Dance and Aerial Yoga.  Contact Liz Bragdon (985-778-3448) or Amanda Monjure (985-373-2938).  For More Information about Our Place Personal Fitness & Bodywork Studio, visit them online at opcovington.com

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Sparks In The Park Takes Place July 1, 2016 at Bogue Falaya Park

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Bring your chairs, picnic baskets and blankets to Bogue Falaya Park on Friday, July 1, 2016 for Sparks in the Park.  Enjoy patriotic music, a fireworks celebration and face painting for the kids.  Food and drinks will be available for purchase, event takes place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.   For more information, call 985-892-1873 or visit covla.com.

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Playmakers Theater Presents Chicago The Musical in July

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Reserve your tickets for Chicago at Playmakers Theater!  Show opens July 8, 2016 and runs through July 24.  Showings are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.  Call 985-893-1671 to order tickets or visit online at playmakersinc.com.  This performance is rated PG-14.

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