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‘Deck the Rails’ Free Children’s Event at the Covington Trailhead Saturday

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The City of Covington presents this free, kid-friendly holiday event at the Covington Trailhead this Saturday, December 5th from 4:00 – 6:00 pm. Featuring Christmas Caroling by the Northlake Performing Arts Society (NPAS) chorale, Christmas craft activities, a visit from Santa Claus and individually wrapped holiday treats. All activities are free and open to the public.

Participants are requested to wear masks and practice social distancing in accordance with the Governors mandate at this time. The trailhead will also have hand sanitizing stations throughout. Bring lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy all that Covington has to offer!

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Candlelight Caroling at the Trailhead

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Candlelight Caroling at the Covington Trailhead takes place Thursday, December 14, 2017, beginning at 7 p.m. This is a free family event featuring performances by Crispin Schroeder, The Northlake Performing Arts Society (NPAS), Jamie Planchard (LAAPA), Maddi Tripp and John Paquette. For more information about this event, call 985-892-1873. The Covington Trailhead is located at 419 North New Hampshire Street.

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Craft Fair at Lee Lane Christmas Market This Saturday – Holiday Extravaganza

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Craft Fair flier 12-20-14The Holiday Lee Lane Craft Fair grand finale is this weekend! Featuring local crafts and collectables by vendors such as Metal & Earth Designs, hand-made dolls and other knitwork by LillyPearll, handmade pottery and ceramics by Jodie Flowers, Angelworks! jewelry by MaxAnne, Golden Light 100% beeswax candles, Lorraine Inspired decorated pushpins & magnets,¬† Fashion Candy custom jewelry, ornaments and more! Grayhawk Perkins gives a live demonstration of traditional Native silver-working practices, and Jay Lotz will demonstrate furniture refurbishing techniques. The St. Tammany Art Association’s Community Outreach Committee is sponsoring a kids arts & crafts table, and the Northlake Performing Arts Society will provide Christmas caroling. Plus, Santa’s coming! Pictures with Santa begin at 3 pm. Come out to downtown Covington for your holiday shopping, and visit the Lee Lane Craft Fair!

The Craft Fair is sponsored by The English Tea Room and is presented in part by Covington Weekly. For more information, call 985-288-9609.

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Northlake Performing Arts Society – Movies In Concert This Weekend

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NPAS Movies in ConcertGrab your popcorn and a take a seat for an evening of your favorite movie music! NPAS singers will take you back to your most beloved movies with exciting songs from The Lion King, a medley of James Bond and Indiana Jones songs, as well as tunes from Titanic, Evita, Mary Poppins and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Lights, camera, and action!

Performances this weekend only, June 6th and 7th at 7:30 pm at the Fuhrmann Auditorium in the Greater Covington Center. June 8th will be at the Slidell Little Theater, 2:30 pm.

Tickets may be purchased by calling (985) 792-1392 or email or speak with any NPAS member. Tickets may also be purchased at Braswell Drugs in Covington, Hebert Cleaners in Covington, & Lowe’s Jewelers in Mandeville.

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Celebrating The Art Of The Christmas Carol – NPAS Christmas With The Music Of John Rutter

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NPAS Christmas Poster 2013The NPAS holiday concert this year features carols arranged by John Rutter. Born in London, Rutter was educated at Highgate School in England. Rutter received his training at Clare College, Cambridge. In 1981, Rutter founded his own choir, the Cambridge Singers, which he conducts and with which he has made many recordings of sacred choral repertoire (including his own works), particularly under his own label, Collegium Records. He resides at Duxford in Cambridgeshire and frequently conducts many choirs and orchestras around the world.¬†This concert will include Rutter’s inspiring arrangements of your favorite carols, including “Joy to the World”, “Deck the Hall”, and “Silent Night”, in addition to Christmas carols you may be less familiar with such as “Dormi Jesu”, “Love Came Down at Christmas”, and the “Candlelight Carol”.

Presented by the Northlake Performing Arts Society (NPAS), the show will take place at the Greater Covington Center in the Fuhrmann Auditorium, 317 N. Jefferson Street, Covington on December 20, 2013 at 7:30 pm.

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Northlake Performing Art Society Presents “Come Together” Beatles Tribute

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Northlake Performing Arts Society Presents "Come Together" Beatles TributeWe all know the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. NPAS will bring their music back to life with favorites like “All You Need is Love,” “Hey Jude” & “Yesterday”.

Since 1995, The Northlake Performing Arts Society has brought the world’s imaginative musical creations to the Northshore. Founded by Laura Lane, who was inspired by the profound changes music can bring to our lives, the NPAS Chorale skillfully blends a wide range of professions, experience, musical training and ages with a passion for beautiful music.

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“Our Journey” To Benefit NAMI St. Tammany

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Our Journey NAMI benefit“Our Journey” is an embodiment concert that includes the personal testimonies of those suffering from mental illness, as well as the experiences of their friends and families. The music’s subject matter covers struggle, failure, faith, survival and friendship, and it incorporates Stephen Paulus’ work, “The Road Home”.

The Northlake Performing Arts Society presents this special concert to raise awareness for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on March 9th and 10th at the Fuhrmann Auditorium. Artwork by members of NAMI will be displayed throughout the lobby. During the evening, a member of NAMI will share experiences of recovery from mental illness. To find out more about NAMI St. Tammany and this benefit event, please check: