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03/07/19 by Kerrie Seiler

St Patrick's Day History & Parades

HISTORY  St. Patrick's Day is  March 17th , each year.  The first Irish celebrations  that took place in St. Patrick's honor on the date of his death were noisy affairs in Ireland! The Irish who immigrated to America took the celebration with them....they were not going to forget to remember their Saint Patrick in March! St. Patrick's Day has... More >



01/31/19 by Kerrie Seiler

5 Reasons FSBO Should Be A "NO"

By Louisiana Realtors January 31, 2019  We have the ability and the resources to do a lot of things that may have been out of our comfort zone a few years ago.  Videos on YouTube give you step-by-step instructions on everything from changing your oil to cooking to playing an instrument.  However, no matter how ambitious you may be, or how clear the instructions are,... More >


01/30/19 by Kerrie Seiler

Title Insurance: What is it? & Do I Need it?

What Is Title Insurance And Why You Need It When You Buy A New Home (Tara Mastroeni Contributor January 29, 2019 Forbes)  Though heirs coming out of the woodwork to lay claim to the family home might seem like something out of a novel, it does happen. When something like this occurs, the homeowner needs to be prepared to defend his or her claim on the home. That's... More >


01/17/19 by Kerrie Seiler

History of Mardi-Gras

The History of Mardi Gras  By Arthur Hardy  The celebration of Mardi Gras came to North America from France where it had been celebrated since the Middle Ages. In 1699, French explorer Iberville and his men explored the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico. On a spot 60 miles south of the present location of New Orleans, they set up camp on the river’s West Bank.... More >


10/16/18 by Kerrie Seiler

Up Coming Events

Live Music on the Northshore The atmosphere is lively, even raucous, over at Ruby's Roadhouse, a live music venue of long standing in Mandeville. It is a little more genteel over at Pontchartrain Vineyards, where an annual concert series, Jazz'n the Vines, brings families out to picnic under the stars. Whatever the setting, live music is a part of the cultural... More >


07/02/18 by Kerrie Seiler

Tammany Taste of Summer

Kickstart your taste tour with a trip to Louisiana’s Northshore where you can enjoy delicious deals, cooking events and so much more. Plus, you'll score a culinary gift when you book your stay on  TammanyTaste.com !      Tammany Taste of Summer Only forty minutes from the French Quarter in New Orleans, St. Tammany Parish has long been where New... More >


06/06/18 by Kerrie Seiler

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day 2018

2018 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Scheduled Pat Brister, St. Tammany Parish President, announced that the 2018 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will be held Saturday, June 23, 2018 on Koop Drive in Mandeville from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. To read the flyer containing specifics, visit  www.keepsttammanybeautiful.org/events . Residents are asked to please adhere... More >


05/07/18 by Kerrie Seiler

Controlling Fire Ants

Controlling Fire Ants Imported fire ants inflict painful stings and create unsightly mounds in our landscapes, and most of us would be happier if they weren’t around. A variety of products and methods are available to effectively control fire ants. There is no treatment, unfortunately, that will eradicate them from a yard permanently. The product chosen is often determined by... More >


01/24/18 by Kerrie Seiler

History of Mardi Gras

THE HISTORY OF MARDI GRAS By Arthur Hardy The celebration of Mardi Gras came to North America from France where it had been celebrated since the Middle Ages. In 1699, French explorer Iberville and his men explored the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico. On a spot 60 miles south of the present location of New Orleans, they set up camp on the river’s West... More >

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