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Fun at the New Orleans French Quarter Festival

Spring has sprung down south and we decided to take the weekend off and celebrate.  Our team members each had something fun to do and most plans started and ended with festivals.  We decided to swing into New Orleans for the 2014 French Quarter Festival.  

 

Live music at Riverfront.

Live music filled the streets.

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Musicians playing in the street.

 

Everyl-Ann made a new friend.

Everyl-Ann made a new friend.

There were other sights and sounds, but we want to see yours.   If you checked out a festival in your area, show or tell us about it this week on TwitterFacebook, or G+.  And don’t forget about our Green Living Award.  There are just a few days left to enter.

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We’re coming for you, Mandeville!

What are your weekend plans?

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Join us for a great time!

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Louisiana Farmers – thank you!

How was your first weekend of Spring?  We spent ours visiting family and taking in the sights of northern Louisiana farms.

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Farmers, thank you. We know it’s hard work and want you to know we appreciate you.

Have you visited a local farm?  Make a day trip of it and check one out.

Next weekend we’ll be in Vacherie for Oak Alley Plantation’s Spring Arts and Crafts Festival. Hope to see you there!

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Message from Noir Naturals’ owner: Changes

Hi everyone,
 
It is with deep regret to share the news on a difficult decision my wife and I had to make. Effective December 22nd we will be closing the store due to my health. We really enjoyed having the store which made it an even harder decision. We made some great connections, gained new customers and major wholesale accounts as well.
 
During my recent hospitalization over the week of Thanksgiving my pulmonologist gave me a serious warning that I needed to reduce my work schedule to focus more on my health. Having to be in the store 40+ hours of the week was not helping my recovery along, and the doctor advised that if I continue at this rate I could have a fatal end. With the store closed and a part-time flexible weekly schedule, I will be able to fully concentrate on my pulmonary rehab and get better at a faster pace. I am getting better currently, but slower than I should be.
 
The good news is that though the store is closing, Noir Naturals is not. We will open by appointment and everyone is welcomed to come by to shop like in the past, or catch a glimpse of products being made. Just like in the past you can contact us and let us know when you would like to come by and we’ll be waiting for you. Our telephone number will remain the same and we will still be at all our regular shows, and a few news ones in 2014. We are also working on our list of new products for next year, all of which you requested and we are very excited.
 
We will consider a store again in the future but right now my recovery is paramount. We wish to thank you for all of your support, concern, well wishes and prayer over the past year. God bless!
 
Charles

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Broadmoor Arts & Craft Festival in Baton Rouge this weekend

We'll bring our local raw honey and more with us to Baton Rouge. Go Buccaneers!

We’ll bring our local raw honey and more with us to Baton Rouge. Go Buccaneers!

Do you have weekend plans?  In Baton Rouge?  Join us and the Broadmoor High School Buccaneers for the 40th Broadmoor Arts and Crafts Festival.  On Friday, November 22 and Saturday the 23, visit us and over 250 other vendors as we celebrate the holiday season.

The Broadmoor Buccaneers use proceeds from the show to purchase educational materials, send the band and choir to festivals, send teachers to workshops, and so much more. And this is the 40th year for the show – it’s going to be something special!  Admission is just $3 for anyone 13 and up and there’s free parking with shuttle service from the Broadmoor Shopping Center and Broadmoor Middle School.

We’ll be in the Galley on Friday from 3-9pm and 9am-4 on Saturday.  Our retail shop will be closed while we’re in Baton Rouge.  See you this weekend!

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