Start your gift shopping on November 4th with a “Holly Day Bazaar.” It includes live entertainment, local vendors, silent auction, and a fun fashion show.
Prom Pictures. Not to be cynical, but the odds are good that in 10-15 years, your daughter will not want to visit Aunt Suzy with the husband and three kids in tow to see a picture of the cute high school prom date pose on the mantle. Prom is great-but, the photo package does not really need to be larger than one to accommodate the parents and the couple and maybe a couple of close friends.
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The Jacuzzi is built right into the heated floor in front of a roaring fire place. The whole room was beautifully decorated and warmly inviting. It is a open concept and everything is located in one room. The only other room is the bathroom which features a shower and toilet.
For a more relaxing excursion go to one of the many wonderful resorts in the area and enjoy a spa day or go for a wine tasting and tour at the Lakeridge Winery.
Transportation. Arriving in style in an attention getting fashion is often the goal. Whether this is by limo or wedding horse and carriage, there is often a dream involved on the part of the prom couple. Again, sharing the ride with a group of friends reduces the costs-but, doing some cost comparisons and early bookings often yield a lot of savings.
For food, serve up some King Cake. If you aren’t able to make it, check with local bakeries or see if places in Louisiana might be available to ship it to you. See the link at the end of this article for more Mardi gras recipes and desserts you can make at home.
The most anticipated community celebration is also in November. First, enjoy ‘Christmas in the Park’. Kids can do crafts, see Santa’s workshop, and get photos with the jolly man. Later, bundle up the kids, bring your chairs, and get a cup of hot cocoa. ‘The Downtown Holiday Parade’ is about to start! Along the route will be dancers, floats, bands, and music. Certainly, Santa Claus will make his appearance. Finally, the community shares in the lighting of the official City Tree.