Where Kids And Families Connect In The Kitchen! We are an educational and entertaining company that caters to the needs of families in our community. Programs include Birthday Parties, Summer Camps, Field Trips, Parent’s Night Out where kids cook dinner and enjoy a movie and the Popcorn Bar, Special Holiday Events and more!
915 Marigny Avenue, Mandeville LA
Summer camps Registration is now open for MSID summer camps. Beginning June 1st, we are holding in-person camps for new dancers. Social distancing will be observed and all sessions are limited to 10 campers. We are taking numerous sanitary precautions to prioritize the safety of all attendees. Contact us today to reserve your spot or for more information. Weekly classes Registration is open year round. Online classes are available in response to the closure of non-essential businesses. Muggivan School welcomes children and adults of all ages. No experience is necessary. Contact us today to schedule a complimentary trial class.
4809 Julia Street New Orleans, LA 70119
Mugguivan School of Irish Dance
Our restaurant, The 19th Hole at Three Rivers was created to offer families and friends an option for dining and entertainment. Featuring three state of the art sport simulators and paired with a menu developed with only quality in mind. All of our offerings are made in house. From our salad dressings, our fresh fish sauces, to the apricot mustard and creole mustard offerings, we take pride in what we do.
19th Hole at Three Rivers
When your plumbing becomes an issue, there is no better place to turn to than the expert, local knowledge at Goodbee Plumbing. As a family-owned company, we strive to not only provide a personalized experience but create lasting relationships with our community. We use nothing but the best technology when working with your home and stand behind every job that we do. We’ll also bring you along every step of the way and communicate what we find, so you can rest easy knowing the job is being done right. Whether you’re in need of repairs or looking to schedule regular maintenance, call our experts and let us show you what all the buzz is about.
BOO TO YOU! Halloween Fun On Both Shores
There’s no getting around it. Our fall and winter holidays are going to be a bit of a challenge this year, thanks to the relentless pandemic, but fear not — all is not lost. While many old favorites will not be happening or will look very different in 2020, there’s still plenty to do to celebrate the spooky season! We’ve put together three handy lists — one contains Halloween events & activities, another is all about pumpkin patches & fall fun, and the final one lists some popular fan favorites that are sitting it out this season. NOTE: These listings were accurate as of press time, but things change rapidly these days, so be sure to visit the websites for any changes or updates! HALLOWEEN FUN Haunted Houses (Both Shores & Beyond) Now through Halloween If you and the kiddos enjoy a good scare, check out this list of local haunted houses operating this season. Be sure to pay special attention to covid rules and restrictions. Many of these may not be suitable for littlest kids or the faint of heart, so beware of the scare! https://bit.ly/3n4kgA9 Prytania Theatre Halloween Movies October 2-23 Just in time for Halloween, the […]
Extracurricular Arts, Activities & Academics on Both Shores
As we all know, thanks to the pandemic, school is going to be very different this year. Whether your child is returning to a brick-and-mortar school or you’ve opted for virtual learning, many of the clubs and activities that typically allow them to explore their various interests will not be possible. So, while academics remain top priority, you may want to consider extracurricular activities to provide another level of enrichment. If you’re in the market for artistic endeavors, physical activities beyond the world of team sports, or enhanced academic opportunities or support, we’ve got you covered. Our list of New Orleans and Northshore businesses offer STEM programs, performing arts, gymnastics, cooking, martial arts, and more. Many provide opportunities for in-person and/or online instruction, so be sure to call or visit their websites to find out if they can accommodate your specific needs. Academics/Languages/STEM Alliance Française de La Nouvelle-Orléans (New Orleans) http://af-neworleans.org/; (504) 568-0770 Core Elements (New Orleans) http://core4kids.org/; (504) 280-5710 H.O.M.E. Classes (Covington) (985) 705-0939; http://www.home-classes.com/ Huntington Learning Center (Mandeville) https://huntingtonhelps.com/; (985) 727-0000 Mad Science of Southeast Louisiana (Metairie) https://sela.madscience.org/; (504) 345-2602 Mathnasium (Mandeville) https://www.mathnasium.com/mandeville; (985) 626-6284 Phillips Kids Tutoring (Kenner) http://www.phillipskidstutoring.com/; (504) […]
Kids’ Health 2020: Pediatric Providers on Both Shores
As we all continue to navigate our way through this strange new pandemic world, one of the many issues to consider is pediatric preventative health care. Naturally, if your child experiences a health or dental problem, that’s a necessary trip to an office, but what about routine dental cleanings and wellness checkups? Many experts say it’s okay to temporarily delay the routine dental cleanings if you’re uncomfortable with going into an office, but it’s worth giving your dentist a call to discuss the situation, as well as the precautions they’ve put in place. Where wellness visits are concerned, The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) “strongly supports the continued provision of health care for children during the COVID-19 pandemic.” The main concerns involve delays in vaccinations and vital health screenings. It’s worth noting that many providers are offering virtual appointments or will allow you to wait in your car until they are ready to see you, which allows you to avoid or reduce possible waiting room exposure. And *some* pediatricians can be persuaded to administer vaccines and booster shots while you sit in your car, provided you wait the requisite 15 minutes to watch for reactions before leaving the parking lot. […]
Summer Camps 2020 for NOLA & the Northshore
We’re living in a strange and surreal time, aren’t we? As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease a bit, everyone is having to decide if and how to do summer camp. Some major facilities and organizations — like Audubon Zoo & NOMA — have opted to cancel altogether, some have implemented special safety rules & protocols, some have gone virtual, and others are still working out the details. Below is a list of summer camps that — as of publication time — are happening on both shores this summer, ranging from low-key arts and academics, to high-octane sports and activities, to classic camps that combine a little of everything. Given how fluid the situation remains, please be sure to check in with each individual organization for changes or cancellations. SUMMER CAMP LISTINGS Academic/Indoor Arts & Activities Art Time (Northshore) Brushworks Academy of Art (Northshore) Camp Invention/Ursuline Academy Children’s Museum of St. Tammany (Northshore) City Park Movement & Art (VIRTUAL) CORE Element (VIRTUAL) Culinary Kids (Northshore) Kinderhaus Metairie Kinderhaus Mandeville Louis Armstrong Jazz Camp (VIRTUAL) Louisiana Academy of Performing Arts (Both Shores) Louisiana Children’s Museum MADD (Music, Art, Drama, Dance) Camp/Cedarwood School (Northshore) Mount Carmel Academy New Orleans Ballet […]
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