SEMINAR GALA: Deo Gratias, the annual fundraising gala at Seminary College, will be at 7 p.m. October 5 on the grounds of St. Joseph Abbey, 75376 River Road, Covington. Profits benefit the university. The afternoon starts at 6 p.m. with vespers in the abbey church. The outdoor gala features local chefs who prepare farm-to-table cuisine, a silent auction and the art of the auction presented, "Time, Place and Eternity Somehow Meet," Denise Hopkins. An employer's party starts at 5 p.m. in the monastic refectory. Tickets cost $ 100. Visit www.saintjosephabbey.com.
SOCCER EVENT: Soccer Challenge 2019 will be Saturday at 125 E. Nineteenth St., Covington, in St. Peter's Catholic Church for youth ages 9 to 14 in their respective age and gender divisions. The Knights of Columbus program is locally sponsored by the Knights of St. Peter of Columbus 12096. To register, contact Tony Avallone at [email protected] or (504) 462-9744.
CODE CLASS: Mandeville Branch will conduct a six-week introduction to the coding principles at 6 p.m. Wednesday-Oct 23, 844 Girod St. Using Code Academy, learn about key programming concepts such as variables, functions and control flow, explore HTML, the basis of web design. Participation is limited to adults and registration is required. at www.stpl.bibliocommons.com/events or (985) 626-4293. Windows 10 computers will be provided.
FLEET MEETING: Branch 222 of the Fleet Reserve Association will hold its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, American Legion Post 374, 2233 Carey St., Slidell. Call (985) 788-0928 or (985) 640-0120.
JUDGE ESPERANZAS: A non-partisan meeting and greeting for the candidates for the Slidell City Court will be at 6 p.m. Thursday at St. Tammany Towers Building Parish Administrative Complex, 520 Old Spanish Trail. The event is sponsored by local student chapters of Delta Sigma Theta, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta.
DA VINCI DETAILS: Abbey Art Works will conduct a six-week introduction on "Leonardo's legacy" to the artist's treatise on painting and how his ideas fit neuroscience and contemplative life on Thursday and October. 24 at St. Joseph Abbey, 75376 River Road, St. Benedict. The cost is $ 190. Visit www.saintjosephabbey.com/guild-of-st-luke/.
HANDCRAFT CLASS: The cake filled with Liz Hilby will be Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the Lacombe branch of St. Tammany Parish Library, 28027 U.S. 190, (985) 882-7858. Registration is required; Only for adults. See www.sttammanylibrary.org/adult-programs.
GIRLS SCOUT TIME: Girl Scouts of Louisiana East are looking for members and volunteer opportunities for families. For more information, visit www.gsle.org/join or call (504) 733-8220.
YOU HAVE YOGA: Two types of yoga are offered in the libraries of the parish of St. Tammany. Floor yoga resumes at the Madisonville and South Slidell branches with certified yoga instructors. Hours are: 11:15 a.m., Monday, 1123 Main St., Madisonville; and from 10 a.m., Friday through September 27, 3901 Pontchartrain Drive, Slidell. Chair yoga classes will be offered at Lee Road and South Slidell branches with certified yoga instructors. The schedule is 1 p.m. Wednesday, Slidell. Adult classes are free and it is recommended to register at www.sttammanylibrary.org.
BINGO GAMES: Friday bingo games will be held until September at 2 p.m. at VFW Post 8290, 2800 Main St., Lacombe. Contact Commander Pat Dempsey at (985) 882-0227.
LEGIONARY MEALS: American Legion Post 185 will hold a shredded pork sandwich dinner at 5 p.m. Friday, 1680 St. Ann Place, Slidell. The $ 12 dinner includes sandwich, side dishes and desserts, dinner or take out. Call (985) 643-9317. Fried fish 5-7 p.m. on September 27; $ 12 including sides and a dessert.
SOCIAL AUTUMN: The social event of the Chalmette High School Alumni Association in the school cafeteria will continue at 7 p.m. Football match with Holy Cross Friday. All alumni and their families, as well as friends of Chalmette High School, are invited. A membership campaign is ongoing, with fees of $ 10. Mail to CHS Alumni Association, c / o Chalmette High School, 1100 E. Judge Perez Drive, Chalmette, 70043, or www.chs.sbpsb.org. Contact Beryl Hargis at (504) 442-1421.
ANNOUNCED THE & # 39; SUPERHÉROES & # 39 ;: the annual "Real Superheroes of Safe Harbor" of Safe Harbor Northshore will be at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Northshore Harbor Center, 100 Harbor Center Blvd., Slidell. The "superhero candidates" will compete for the title raising the most funds for the domestic violence shelter. Candidates include Ellen Creel, James Hartman, State Sen. Sharon Hewitt, Sarah Wagar Hickman, Deanna Lamz, Laurie McCants, the president of the New Orleans City Council, Helena Moreno, Patti Oppenheim, the deputy director of the Hospice House Cheryl Scaglione, Scott Shook, St. Tammany Auxiliary District Attorney J. Collin Sims, Barry Smith and Mandeville Police Chief, Gerald Sticker. Visit www.safeharborhorthshore.og.
TENNIS TIME: Saturday is the deadline to enter the "We Want You" tennis benefit for Rainbow Child Care and the Slidell Boys & Girls Club. The tournament will take place from Wednesday to Saturday at Crossgates Athletic Club, 200 N. Military Road, Slidell. Individual admission is $ 25- $ 40. Register with Paul Chiasson (985) 290-7524 or [email protected]
CREATIVE WORKSHOP: "Open Air Studio In the Woods" will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Northlake Nature Center, 23135 U.S. 190 East, Mandeville. Mia Kaplan runs a workshop using a variety of materials and approaches at different sites along the trails. Free for over 15 years, $ 5- $ 10 adults. Supply kits will be available for sale. Register at (985) 626-1238 or send an email to [email protected]
EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE: "Against All Odds" is the subject of Part 2 of the I Am Enough Conference at 10 a.m. Saturday, Homewood Suites by Hilton, 101 Holiday Square Blvd., Covington. Organized by reality television Ashley Marissa Russell, the conference has six speakers, small business owners, singing and vision panels. Tickets $ 15. www.eventbrite.com.
FISHING SURROUNDINGS: The Fishing Rodeo of the Men's Club of Our Lady of Lourdes, Ray Ohler, begins at 6 a.m. Saturday at Art & Vicki’s, 118 Harbor View, Slidell. Family admission to the event is $ 35; includes all food, drinks, inflatables and game stands sponsored by the Parent Teacher Co-Op. Trophies for children and adults and red fish will be presented for cash. Team registration will be accepted until 7 p.m. Friday at the beginning of a mandatory team captain meeting. Doors open from 11:30 a.m. at 5 p.m. Contact Ovid Davis at (985) 290-1604 or visit www.redfishforcash.com.
VOTE INFORMATION: Melissa Henry, secretary of St. Tammany Parish, will discuss the voting process in Louisiana at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Slidell Branch Library, 555 Robert Blvd. A reference librarian will also be available to explain the application and the GeauxVote website. Registration is not required. Visit www.sttammanylibrary.org.
BIKE RIDE: "Twi-light Bicycling the Back Trails" and "Tips on Trail Riding" at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Northlake Nature Center, 23135 U.S. 190 East, Mandeville. David Moeller of The Bike Path runs a workshop and a ride. Free for members, $ 5 others. Reservations are required at (985) 626-1238 or by email [email protected]
MEDICARE 101: Jack Dodson will cover the basics of Medicare Part A, B, C and D health insurance options at 6 p.m. September 26, Causeway Branch library, 3457 U.S. 190. Register at www.sttammanylibrary.org/adult-programs.
LUNCH OF VETERANS: The Slidell Elks Lodge will organize a veteran's lunch at 10:30 a.m. on September 26 at Elks Lodge, 34212 Elks Rd. For reservations, contact Paul Newfield (985) 641-7862.
GOLF TOURNEY: "Swinging For Scholarships" is the fundraising of scholarships from the Chamber of Commerce of St. Tammany West at 8 a.m. on September 26, at the Beau Chene Country Club, 602 N. Beau Chene Drive. Mandeville The cost is $ 150- $ 500 with lunch and prizes. Register at www.sttammanychamber.org.
"TASTE" DATES: Taste of Olde Towne Slidell will be September 26-27 and 29 at various locations in the historic district; food and wine experiences, with profits to benefit the improvement projects of the Olde Towne Slidell main street district. The vintners' dinners will be held on Thursday in several restaurants. A great tasting at 7 p.m. Friday at The Venue, 2242 Carey St., with music and light snacks; $ 45 tickets. The event closes with a champagne jazz brunch at 11 a.m. at The Wine Garden, 300 Robert St .; $ 40 tickets. Visit www.atasteofoldetowneslidell.com.
HABITAT HAPPENING: "Women Build," a month-long effort to build homes for Habitat for Humanity St. Tammany West, will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, September 27 at Habitat's home, 2515 Dupard St., Mandeville. Visit www.habitatstw.org
FRIEND WALK: The Conferences of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul on the north coast will organize the Walk of the Friends of the Poor at 9 a.m. on September 28 at the Mandeville Lakefront in front of the Yacht Club. Registration begins at 8 a.m., with food and music until noon. Registration is free at www.fopwalk.org or on the walk.
WHEELS AND MEALS: The Louisiana Food Truck Festival will be 11 a.m. at 4 p.m. September 28 at the Harbor Center, 100 Harbor Center Blvd., Slidell. The Amigos del Puerto Center event includes food trucks, vendors, contests and music. For information, call (985) 781-3650.
DANCING ELKS: Slidell Elks' auxiliary fundraising dance will be from 7-11 p.m., September 28, Elks Lodge at 34212 Elks Road. Tickets cost $ 15. Music from La. 2 Band Contact Cathy Neight (504) 237-4152 or Carol Graff (504) 236-6814.
SPELLING BEE: The Kiwanis Club of Greater Covington will hold an adult spelling contest to raise funds at 6 p.m. on September 28, Covington High School, 73030 Lion Drive. Admission is $ 300 per team. Contact Lynn Delacruz (985) 893-4123 or [email protected] Visit www.kicovington.org.
BARBECUE BENEFITS: Smokin & # 39; for fundraising STARC will be 11 a.m. at 2 p.m., September 28, Florida Marine Transporters, 701 Florida St., Mandeville. Tickets for everything you can eat cost between $ 10 and $ 15, with competition prizes in various areas. The evaluation begins at 9 a.m. Contact Sara Sambola at [email protected] or (985) 778-2373.
BOOK SIGNATURE: Mary H. Manhein, retired director and creator of the LSU Forensic and Computer Improvement Services Laboratory (FACES), will discuss her book on the recreation of sailors' faces aboard the first warship of the Navy, the USS Monitor, sunk during the Civil War on the coast of North Carolina at 2 pm, September 29, Maritime Museum of the Pontchartrain Lake Basin, 133 Mabel Drive, Madisonville. Manhein will also share excavated ship artifacts. Visit www.lpbmm.org.
PLANNED MEETING: September 30 is the deadline for the 50th meeting of the 1969 Covington High School class scheduled for October 19, American Legion Post # 16, 2031 Ronald Reagan Highway, Covington. The cost is $ 50 and includes food and settings. Other classes are invited. The group will also attend Friday's homecoming game for $ 8. Contact Marie Achee Miller (985) 705-8265, Mary Lee (985) 285-4466, Cathy Oalmann Coyne (985) 302-6821 or Deborah Elliott McCarney at [email protected] or (985) 705-0817.
STEAM TEAMS: October 1 is the deadline for applications from school-age music, dance and theater groups to apply for "STEAM in the Park", a spring festival of the Junior Auxiliary of Slidell. The March 14, science, technology, engineering, arts, and math project will feature presentations from 10 to 30 minutes. Contact Judy Heimbuck at jheimbuck.jas.gmail.com.
NATURAL FUNDS COLLECTION: "Wings and Wine," the annual fundraising event for the Northlake Nature Center, will be at 7 p.m. on October 3, at the Wild Bird Center, 2033 U.S. 190, Covington. A blind wine tasting contest, food and a silent auction are included. Tickets $ 25- $ 30. Visit www.northlakenature.org or (985) 626-1238.
FISHERMENT ADVENTURE: We Heart Veterans will celebrate Captain Rogers' annual fishing rodeo from the first safe light on October 5 at Art & Vicki’s The Dock, 118 Harbor View Court, Slidell. Weighing will be 1 p.m. at 3 p.m., with prizes at 4 p.m. Registration is $ 35- $ 75; Admission is $ 5. There will be divisions of salt water, fresh water and kayaking. "Veteran of the year" will also be named during our awards ceremony, with music and food vendors. Register at www.weheartveterans.org.
WRITER REQUESTS: Interpreter applications are accepted for the Ozone Songwriter Festival, which will take more than 100 composers to four stages in Old Mandeville from October 19 to 20. Applications cost $ 10. Visit www.ozonemusic.org.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR VOLUNTEERS
RUNNING SWEEP: A cleanup of the Bogue Falaya River is planned at 9 a.m. on September 28 at Menetre Boat Launch, 1808 Water St., Covington. Volunteers with canoes and kayaks are needed, as well as to handle the registration and configuration, before September 23. Volunteers contact Keep Covington Beautiful at (985) 867-3652 or www.keepcovingtonbeautiful.org. Signature exemptions will be required. Some tools, kayaks and canoes will be provided.
OPTION SEMINAR: Residents 55 years or older are invited to several seminars to become Senior Corps RSVP Volunteers at 11 a.m. Thursday and October 14 in the conference room of Christwood Community Center, 100 Christwood Blvd., Covington. Call (985) 612-1057 or send an email to [email protected]
WORK AND PLAY: Community volunteers and groups of all ages and skill levels are invited to Work / Game Days from 9 a.m. until noon on October 5; Organized by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. UU. and the Friends of Louisiana Wildlife Refuges at the headquarters of the National Wildlife Refuge Complex of Southeast Louisiana, 61389 La. 434, Lacombe. "Work" activities include maintenance of trails and gardens or a wildlife habitat restoration project. The "game" part begins after a lunch provided with a canoe excursion at Bayou Lacombe. Minors must be accompanied; All equipment provided. Registration is required before October 2. Contact the shelter ranger Jo Anne Dolan (985) 882-2015 or [email protected]
REGISTRATION CALLS: The St. Tammany Aging Council (COAST) needs help with the Caring Hearts program to provide "registration" calls to seniors in your home. The shifts are one hour on Fridays at 610 Cousin St., Slidell. Call Sharon Snowdy, activities and volunteer coordinator, (985) 641-1852 or (985) 774-7190; email ssnowdy @ coastseniors.
VISITOR CENTER: The US Fish and Wildlife Service UU. At the National Wildlife Refuge Complex of Southeast Louisiana, she looks for volunteers at the Bayou Lacombe Visitor Center at 61389 La. 434. The center is open from 9 a.m. at 4 p.m. Thursday friday and saturday. Volunteers work a 3½ hour shift. Contact Ranger Diane Barth at (985) 882-2021 or [email protected]
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