Harvest Day Celebration
Picnic with a Purpose
Benefiting Safe Haven Foundation
The Safe Haven Campus is the site of the former Southeast Louisiana Hospital which the State of Louisiana sold to St. Tammany Parish in 2015. The Parish and its partners have worked to increase Behavioral Health services: the NAMI St. Tammany Day Center, an elementary school of the St. Tammany Parish School Board, and NAMI’s Closet.
Good Eats for a Good Cause
As I am fond of saying, sometimes supporting the community is as simple as buying the ticket and eating the eats. This is one of those times. On May 8th from noon to 4:00pm, plan on picking up your dinner at the First Baptist Church: Fried Catfish, Boiled Shrimp or Boiled Crawfish.

St. Tammany Art Association
Art Market Adds a Little Music

The first Saturday of each month (10:00am - 2:00pm), our Art Association hosts a market blended in with the wonderful stores along Lee Lane.

Beginning on May 1st, our music community will be sharing their talents on the corner with Rutland St., beginning with Extraordinary Sessions of New Orleans. Enjoy some lunch, a little shopping and some folk music selections with a hint of Irish Spring.
Christian Serpas & Ghost Town Go Country
Thursday, April 29th, 5:30 - 8:00pm
Bogue Falaya Park
With Special Intermission Entertainment
The Mande Milkshakers!
Unchanging Hands Feeding Ministry
Volunteer Opportunities

Help cook and pack, deliver to someone homebound or help with the garden.

Well, This is Nice

Northshore Food Bank volunteer Eddie Sawaya was recently honored for his contribution … over 1,000 hours of making a difference in our community. He received a nice plaque, a commendation from the Lt. Governor and a bottle of his favorite flavor. Good stuff.

Lots of Tires, Lots of Zumba

Last Saturday we (the City) hosted a Tire Disposal Day. Oh. My. We ended up with nearly 200 old tires which will now be properly disposed.

That's a good thing.
Last Sunday we
(the City) hosted a 90 minute Zumba work-out. Oh. My. We ended up with nearly 40 people getting a cardio and core workout.

That's a good thing.

For a summary of upcoming events:
St. Paul's School Leadership Breakfast
As part of the annual Leadership Week at Saint Paul’s School, the Student Council hosts a Leadership Breakfast honoring students who are nominated by their coaches and moderators as outstanding representatives of their individual club, team or organization. The students enjoyed a Chick-fil-A breakfast as they listened to a few words regarding leadership from the Mayor, SPS '76.
Thanks to Student Council Executive Board members Davis Lagarde - President, Walker Dubreuil - Secretary and Marco Vargas - Treasurer for their leadership in organizing this event.
Sid Fuhrmann's Majestic Theater at 221 N. New Hampshire
(pictured below in 1940).
Today it is the Christ Community Church across from the Southern Hotel.
Rooted in History, Focused on the Future
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