Comfort Inn & Suites
34579 Grantham College Road
Slidell, LA 70460
Phone: (985) 326-0890
Fax: (985) 326-0895
A state-of-the art multiplex with stadium seating and the top, new movies.
Offers hands on art activities, live music, a dance exhibition and more. Free admission. Children must be accompanied by parents. Takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. Held in June.
A magical holiday celebration featuring live entertainment, storytelling, visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, a Parade of Trees, plus holiday decorations. Takes place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Held in December.
Slidell Little Theatre offers six plays per season. They offer a children's summer workshop with 75 students between ages 8 and 13.
Three days of food, music, arts & crafts, fireworks, antiques, and a classic car show. Held around the Fourth of July.
The amphitheater at Mandeville is a venue for local events. It is the perfect entertainment venue for everyone. An open-air theater it hosts concerts and performances. If you are in this area then do not forget to catch a show here.
The North Star Theatre is the home of United Theatre Artists, Inc. Each summer a Drama Camp for Kids is held at the North Star.
At the Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts, thousands of students have taken music lessons at their three school locations since 1978. They offer a variety of programs, some of which include acting, composition, jazz studies, piano/keyboard, violin/strings and more.
This family event takes place the first two weekends in December. It features over 50 festive holiday light displays, a walking tour, kiddie rides, food, drink and entertainment. It takes place between 6 and 9 p.m.
Promoting, producing, and develping the highest in performance arts in St. Tammany through classes, lessons, shows, and other activities is the goal at Creative Arts of St Tammany.
Normally held on the first full weekend in April and November, the annual Picayune Street Fair features vendors selling antiques, collectibles, leather goods, clothing, iron work, jewelry, plants, floral designs, unfinished furniture, candles, preserves and much more. Food, music, and entertainment are also offered.
Located in downtown Covington, and at the start of the Tammany Trail, there is a lot to explore at the Covington Trailhead. The structure of this trailhead pays homage to the design of the old railroad stations that are still present in countryside towns. Its complex comprises numerous attractions like the visitor center which also doubles up as a museum, an amphitheater which is used for hosting concerts, a movie theater, a huge clock tower, water fountains, a covered marketplace and a bandstand. The weekly Covington Farmers Market held on Wednesdays is one of the regular features of the trailhead that attracts not just the locals but also tourists. Walk in here before you embark for the 31-mile (50-kilometer) trail.