June 2021

Summer Guide 2021: The Arts

The Arts Niche Creative Studio Offers numerous camps and classes for kids. For information, see their ad on next page or visit nichecreativestudio.com, 337-477-8310. Imperial Calcasieu Museum Louisiana’s Greatest: Session 1 – June 7-11 Session 2 – June 14-18 Session 3 – June 21-25 Session 4 – June 28-July 2 […]
June 2021

Kids’ Summer Camps

Educational Sylvan Learning Sylvan offers an individualized 3:1 program that meets your child’s specific needs, beginning with a diagnostic skills test. Classes run from June 7 – July 30. For more info, visit sylvanlearning@msn.com. To register, call 337-474-9998. Reading Readiness Camp $199 For the beginning reader Mondays, 2:00-3:30 p.m. Camp […]
June 2021

Summer Guide 2021

What a difference a year can make!  If you’re like most families, you’re ready for some fun this summer. Unlike last year, there are plenty of opportunities to get the kids out of the house and engaged in a variety of activities, be they physical, artistic, or educational. This year’s […]
June 2021

Social Clubs

Offer Fun, Friendship, Food, & Fitness In April, we featured networking organizations and in May we highlighted service groups. In our third and final installment presenting groups that can be joined, we feature local social clubs. The definition of “club” is an association or organization dedicated to a particular interest […]
June 2021

Drago’s Seafood Restaurant

OPENING NEW LOCATION INSIDE L’AUBERGE CASINO RESORT LAKE CHARLES Drago’s Seafood Restaurant, best known for its Charbroiled Oysters, is set to open its sixth location inside L’Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles this summer. “Drago’s is a unique mix of Cajun, Creole and New Orleans style food, and nothing makes me […]
June 2021

Farmers Markets

Bring Farm to Table Story and photos by Angie Kay Dilmore Farmers Markets come alive in spring and early summer, featuring colorful, fresh-picked produce and herbs, farm-fresh eggs, organic meats and dairy products, jams and jellies, prepared foods, baked goods, handmade soaps and essential oils, arts and crafts, and often, […]
June 2021

Botanicals: Nature’s Own Beauty Products

by Angie Kay Dilmore Summer brings an abundance of flowers. We find them in well-manicured lawns, garden centers, floral shops, supermarket bouquets, fallow fields, and . . . skincare products? Many flowers and plants are desired for more than their sweet scent and aesthetic appeal. They’re used in the cosmetic […]
June 2021

Best Bets to Blow-Dry Your Hair

by Kerry Andersen There is just something about a professional blow-out that breathes new life into your hair, leaving it sleek, bouncy, and shiny. Living here in the south, you either learn to embrace your natural hair texture, rely on the pros or spend frustrated mornings fighting the frizz! But […]
June 2021

2021 Swimsuit Guide

by Kerry Andersen High-Waisted BottomsTapping into retro vibes from the 1950’s, swimsuit designers are offering shorts or high-waisted options. The suits can be cinched to vary coverage, but overall, the style hides a multitude of sins and is perfect for those who prefer to be active at the beach or […]
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