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Northshore Easter Egg Hunt–Quarantine Style

We’d Like to Invite You to the Great Northshore Easter Egg Hunt–Quarantine Edition! Now normally we do have a real, in-person Easter Egg Hunt to support our friends at Northshore Families Helping Families. This year that obviously will not be possible. Instead we are planning an egg hunt that everyone…

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COVID-19 on the Northshore: What You Need to Know

As a resident of the Northshore, we’re starting to think about the Corona Virus. What was once a faraway problem has now arrived in our parish with the first person hospitalized in one of our hospitals with the virus. Today the governor officially declared Louisiana in a health emergency and…


101 Crafts to Do with Toilet Paper Rolls

The thing is, a lot of us might find ourselves stuck in the house for a week or two. It might be for quarantine purposes; it might be because it rains for two weeks straight. Regardless of why, crafts can help pass the time when your kids tire of staring…


Easter Activities on the Northshore

March 28th, 2020 Bunny Hop Shell-e-bration. Noon-3PM. Ponchatoula Area Recreation District 1. Egg Hunt for ages 1 – 10, Where Y,at Sneauxballs, Inflatable games, Tangi Library, SADD, NOLA Pizza, Face Painting, Captain Tasty Ice Cream and More! Pre-registration is now open. HOP on over to www.pard1.com under the Activities/Events tab…


These Beautiful Altars Are a Unique Louisiana Tradition

Catholicism is as ingrained into southern Louisiana culture as Mardi Gras parades and a Friday night fish fry. We ask Saint Anthony to help us find lost car keys, bury a statue of Saint Joseph in the yard when we want to sell our homes, and sprinkle holy water on…