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Editor's Note & Giveaways!

Editor's Note & Giveaways!

Welcome Back! Spring is here even though it does not look like it, lol. Sunday at 2am the clocks spring forward one hour. Be sure to read our article on getting ready for the spring. Congratulations to Vanessa Damron! You ...

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Happy Birthday Wyatt Cooper!

Happy Birthday Wyatt Cooper!

Macaroni Kid wants to wish Wyatt Cooper a belated Happy 5th Birthday! Wyatt turned 5 on March 2nd and he loves being a big brother to his little sister Abigail. He enjoys building, soccer, Rescue Bots, planes, and trains. Wyatt ...

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Happy Birthday Hannah!

Happy Birthday Hannah!

Macaroni Kid would like to wish a very Happy 2nd Birthday to Hannah Stanonis on March 24th! Hannah is a big-sister-in-training, as her sister will be here June 27th. She enjoys coloring inside and playing with chalk outside. She loves ...

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Girl Talk with Sheila Wray Gregoire

Girl Talk with Sheila Wray Gregoire

Join us for an awesome night of girl talk about marriage and intimacy with award winning author Sheila Gregoire! It will be a evening of laughter, fun, and practical information on how to make your marriage thrive! Sheila is a ...

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5 Activities to Help Your Family "Spring Forward"

5 Activities to Help Your Family "Spring Forward"

Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 8th at 2 a.m. as we set our clocks ahead by one hour. And even though we still have a couple weeks until it's "officially" Spring (March 20th is the first day), the ...

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Bach Lunch & Rhythms on the River Line Ups

Bach Lunch & Rhythms on the River Line Ups

Bach Lunch Spring 2015 Schedule March 6 Les Freres Michot Bailey's Seafood and Grill | iMonelli | Johnson's Boucaneire March 13 The Band Courtbouillon O'Charley's Restaurant | Poupart's Bakery | Teak's Sports Bar & Grill March 20 Terry Huval, Jambalaya ...

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Writes of Spring Writing Contest

Writes of Spring Writing Contest

The Lafayette Public Library is looking for young writers! Students in grades K -; 12 can submit original pieces of short fiction, nonfiction, drama (high school only) or poetry in English or French to this year's “Writes of Spring” writing ...

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