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Nola Summer Camps: AP COMEDY CAMP

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Blast from the Past: New Orleans Libraries

One thing you may not know about me is my love for public libraries. I absolutely love libraries; the smell of books, rows and rows of all types of books, people sitting reading. I just love everything about it. I really don’t want  folks to forget about the awesomeness of our own Public Library; many resources you can use. Definitely get use of New Orleans Public Library. I will share some great things! Overdrive Media With just a New Orleans Public Library Card you can download...

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Culicurious: Strawberry Spinach Salad Recipe

Hey there, it’s Addie here again. Now that summer has pretty much kicked in, it’s time to turn off the ovens and stoves and do something fresh, crisp and clean. Like a salad! And have I got a great salad for you this time around – a Strawberry Spinach Salad. This salad is so easy to put together. It uses baby spinach as a base and is then topped with fresh juicy strawberries, creamy blue cheese, red onions and spicy candied pecans. Best of all, it’s finished with a...

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Nola Summer Camps: Once Upon A Mattress – Theater Camp

Once Upon A Mattress – Theater Camp June 3rd – 21st, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. (Additional camps offered to create full day opportunity.) For more information and registration visit http://mcasummercamp.weebly.com/theater-film-and-music-camps-5th-to-8th-graders.html This Theatre Camp features singing, dancing, and acting culminating in a final production of “Once Upon a Mattress,” the Rodgers and Hammerstein spin of the classic fairy tale, “The Princess and the Pea.” This three-week...

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Nola Summer Camps: French Immersion Summer Camp

Last chance to register for our French Immersion Summer Camp! (Deadline: May 31)   All French levels welcome!     Give your kids the opportunity to experience a French immersion curriculum integrated with fun activities like visual arts, music, theater, sports, dance, and much more!   Campers enrolled in the full 3 weeks will have the chance to display their newfound skills with an exhibition and performance!   When: June 10-28 (3 weeks: Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm) / Before and aftercare available...

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Crescent City Lights Youth Theater Summer Productions

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Crescent City Lights Youth Theater provides quality performing arts programming for Greater New Orleans Area youth. The 2013 Crescent City Lights Youth Theater Summer Season features A Pocket Full of Rhymes – a Broadway classic that sets nursery rhymes to a catchy contemporary score covering the range of 20th century music – and Children’s Letters to God – an Off-Broadway show that follows the lives of children as they voice beliefs, desires, questions and...

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Culicurious: 3 Strawberry Cocktail Recipes

Hey folks! It’s me again. It’s been a minute since I’ve shared a recipe with you. So to make up for it, I’m sharing three with you today. In late April I published three strawberry cocktail recipes on Culicurious. I thought you’d like them too so let’s take a look at each of them… Strawberry Bellini – the Bellini is a classic cocktail typically made with peach puree. However, this being South Louisiana in the spring time, I figured I’d hook...

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Nola Summer Camps: Kids Culinary Camp

Registration opens May 15th Register online here  OR in person at First Grace Church Our annual FREE summer camp is back! If you have a young chef who wants to learn to cook then this is the summer camp for them. Each day we learn a new recipe and work together to cook it and then eat it for lunch. We include games and crafts that improve nutritional literacy and we stay active with fun exercise activities. It is also a summer feeding program with a free lunch provided each...

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