FRIDAY, July 7th, 2017
Summer Reading Storytime for All Ages. 10:30-11AM. Abita Springs Library. Books, stories, rhymes, activities and music for children of all ages and their grown ups.
Indy Teen Club. 2PM. Independence Library. Teens enjoy playing games & creating art. Complimentary snacks.
Bingo. 6:30PM Abita Springs Town Hall. All ages welcome. Six and under need not play. Children 6-12 must play at least a 6/10 pack–$7.00. Children 13 and older must play at least 10/12 pack–$15.00.
SATURDAY, July 8th, 2017
Covington Farmer’s Market. 8AM-noon. Field next to the Courthouse.
Camellia City Farmer’s Market. 8AM-Noon. 333 Erlanger, Slidell.
Mandeville Community Market. 9AM-1PM. Mandeville Trailhead.
Hammond Farmer’s Market. 9AM-3PM.
Miss Kim’s Petting Zoo at Ponchatoula. 10:30-11:30AM. Ponchatoula Library. Families will enjoy interacting with live animals.
Little Excavator Storytime. 11AM. Barnes and Noble. From New York Times bestselling author-illustrator of the Llama Llama books comes a new character ready to dig his way into your heart! Little Excavator joins Loader, Dump Truck, Backhoe and Crane as they get ready to transform a vacant lot into a neighborhood park. Activities to follow.
Amite’s Silly Saturday. 12:30-1:15PM. Amite Library. Movies and games.
Ponchatoula Wii Saturday for All Ages. 1-2PM. Ponchatoula Library. Visit the Ponchatoula Library to play Wii games on the big screen television!!!
Family Wii. 1-2PM. Hammond Library.
Spiderman Homecoming. 2-4PM. 2nd and Charles. Celebration of the big screen release of Spiderman: Homecoming with games, coloring and Avengers cosplay!
Summer in the Square. 5:30-7:30PM. Hammond Square Mall. Family event featuring water wars, carnival games, face painting, caricature artist, and live radio remote w/ Tangi 96.5.
Second Saturday Evening Stroll. 6-9PM. Downtown Covington. The St. Tammany Art Association hosts those community members interested in strolling through downtown Covington and enjoying local art galleries in the area.
Cajun Dance. 7-10:30PM. Abita Springs Town Hall. Abita Springs Town Hall. Lessons from 7-7:30. Live music from 7:30-10:30PM. Admission is $8/person. $6 for members.
Slidell Movie Night: Singing in the Rain. 8:30PM. Heritage Park. Admission is free. People are invited to bring their ice chests (and bug spray!) to the park to enjoy the free movies. Bring your appetites too because concessions from CiCi’s Pizza, Olde Towne Slidell Main Street and the Old School Eats Food Truck will also be available for a nominal charge.
SUNDAY, July 9TH, 2017
Abita Springs Farmers Market. Noon-4PM. Abita Trailhead.
Avanti Teddy Bear Tea. 2-4PM. Avanti Senior Living Facility. Bring new teddy bears to be donated to first responders and enjoy tea and light refreshments.
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