This will be a free informational workshop regarding wills and successions, how to protect your assets and qualify for long term care Medicaid, design an effective estate plan, and how to utilize a trust for asset protection.
We continue begin to discover and develop our voice and begin delving into our “Right to Write” exercises and discuss next steps and future plans. Bring your writing projects or ideas and release the artist inside us all! Bring a writing/reading friend with you! Please call 318-445-2411 x 1036 to register (Adults/Teens) FREE
Participants age 50 and up will have a wonderful time playing games of the past and present. Do not miss out on the fun! A light lunch will be provided. This event is sponsored by Healthy Blue. Registration is required, space is limited. Contact 318-445-2411 x1036. (Adults) FREE.
! We’re in Glankler Kitchen cooking with Dianne Lundy trying out Chicken Parmesan, French and Thousand Island dressing from scratch!! Call 318-445-2411 x1036. Pre-registration is required. This event is sponsored by Healthy Blue. (Adults) FREE
We’re finally making slime! We’ll be making several varieties of DIY slime including glitter and fluffy slime! Call 318-445-2411 x1036. Pre-registration is required. This event is sponsored by Healthy Blue. (Tweens/Teens) FREE
Come have a great time with members building creations with friends. It’s a new challenge each month! Call 318-445-2411 x1036. Pre-registration is required. This event is sponsored by Healthy Blue. (Children/Tweens/Teens) FREE
Savoring produce at the peak of freshness, sampling sweet and savory jams and jellies, fresh farm eggs, artisan breads, hand crafted canned goods, yummy praline candies, pastured pork and beef, natural body care products, and so much more available from local community vendors. You’re invited to Thursday Front Yard Market, May 10th, from 3-6pm at Kent Plantation House. Kent House still has herbs available for $2.00 each.
Come join AMoA staff and our guest panel
as we discuss Camp Livingston and central
Louisiana during the Second World War.
Composed of scholars who have researched
the war and the camp, as well as a member
of the Kohara family, this discussion will
focus on the experiences of those who were
interned and worked with Camp Livingston.
What’s new in the community? People talk about fresh produce, pepper jelly, organic veggies, and location, location, location is the key. Thursday, April 12th, Kent House will keep the doors open from 3-6pm so that the community can enjoy Farmers Market at the Kent Plantation House. Stroll the grounds to find organic, farm-fresh foods, luscious baked goods and scrumptious jellies from local vendor booths, located in the front yard.
Some scheduled vendors are: CK Farms, Geaux Green Farm, and Louisiana Laginappe Foods.
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