- This week in Louisiana history. August 31, 2005. The American Red Cross announces that Hurricane Katrina has become their largest relief effort ever.
- This week in New Orleans history. August 31 and September 1,
1969. 30,000 Attend the New Orleans Pop Festival. Two
weeks after Woodstock, on Labor Day weekend of 1969's "Summer
of Love", music festivals were held throughout the United
States and Canada. An estimated 30,000 young people trekked to
the Louisiana International Speedway in Prairieville on August
31 through September 1, 1969.
- This week in Louisiana.
September 14, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Hammond Research Station
21549 Old Covington Hwy.
Hammond, LA 70403
Come spend the day at the beautiful Hammond Research Center, where Tangipahoa Parish Master Gardeners and LSU AgCenter co-host a day filled with educational, information, and hands-on activities to all things Pollination. Come learn about Bees, Monarchs and Milkweeds, Managing Pests Safely, Insects, Mammals, and Birds as Pollinators, Pollinator Plants, Pollinators Roles in Food Production, Herb Gardening for Pollinators, Mason Bees, Planting Natives to Attract Pollinators, Hummingbird Feeder Making, Honey Tasting, Honey Cooking Demonstration, Hummingbird Banding, Capturing Pollinators in Photography and Art. Plant Sales, Crafts, Foods and so much more. $5 per vehicle for parking no other fees.
- Postcards from Louisiana. Doreen the clarinet queen.
- Postcards from the Campaign Trail. Glen Cornell.
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