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Students of the Louisiana Academy of the Performing Arts will be spreading a bit of Christmas cheer and goodwill by sharing their musical talents with the community for a worthy cause.
You can have them boiled or still clawing at you, and this year, you can buy crawfish when you buy your Christmas tree.
Christ Episcopal School 's third annual Mistletoe Market, a two-day shopping experience held in the gymnasium of the school located at 80 Christwood Blvd., Covington, began yesterday and continued today.
Tickets are on sale and construction is under way for the 2014 Raising the Roof for Charity Raffle House .
Roy Jenkins is a teacher at Abita Springs Middle School, a motorcycle racer, a motorcycle race chaplain, and an author of two books, "Dirt Bike Ike: Casting the Dream" and "Racing Fuel for the Spirit: Inspirational Devotions and Stories for Motorcycle Riders."
Covington High School is well-known for its wide variety of educational programs.
St. Tammany Parish residents Connor Booth of Madisonville and Janie Donald, Covington, have packed their bags for The Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah.
As the holidays get closer, there is no lack of family-oriented entertainment for folks to enjoy on the north shore.
"For this holiday concert, NPAS wanted to do something different from anything they had done in the past," said Alissa Mercurio Rowe, music director.
OFFstage Gallery will present "Art That Connects, Inspires and Transforms - The Work of Sister Catherine Martin," a Carmelite nun.
Glowing candles beneath the shimmer of starlight, together with voices rejoicing in the spirit of the season, help to create the feeling of "peace on earth."
St. Tammany Animal Resource Team has a good friend at the North Pole who is planning to make a special trip to the north shore on Dec. 7 to support their cause.
The Third Sunday Concert Series at Christ Episcopal Church in Covington will present a classical program featuring Dennis Parker on cello and Lina Morita on piano on Dec. 15 at 5 p.m. Included in the program will be works of George Rochberg, Claude Debussy, and Scott Eggert.