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Local artists prominent in ,Fine Food & Entertainment //t\ public television art auction OCTOBER 15TH, 2011. PM LE FLEUR DE LIS- PONCHATOULA - 7.00 Art and Travel Auction for Louisiana Public Broadcasting, scheduled to air live on Thurs- day night, October 27. This is the largest auction yet with over 250 works donated by over 200 area artists, including: Denise Austin-pottery, Bran- di Newman-painting, Cricket Ayala-painting, Donna Mollere- painting, Chuck Wright-paint- ing, Kim Zabbia-painting, Nancy Lowentritt-painting, Charlotte Corkern Reso-painting, Gina FOR TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.PONCHYHIGH2OO1.COM PLEASE SEE PAGE ! EVERY MONDAY: GET YOUR WINGS FROM THE SWAMP ANGELS UNTIL THEY RUN OUT! LI 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Old Hwy. 51 South, Manchac, LA 70412 (985) 386-7902 Rockefeller's FROM PAGE 1 It was obviously the Wong influence that will "bring Chi- nese wok-style meals made-to- order to the new Rockefeller's. Rubio has a love for sushi that is shared by many in the area, fueled in part by Wong's restau- rant on Cate Street. New at the restaurant will be a mezzanine deck overlook- ing the Atrium Room located at the rear of the restaurant which will be enhanced for banquets and weddings, to be used as a raised dais. Saul Rubio says to look for special events on Fri- day nights in the Atrium. He also promised to bring his popular Cinco de Mayo celebra- tion to Ponchatoula, and plans something very special for Strawberry Festival. Getting a makeover will be the private 60-person dining room on the second floor. And Rubio stressed that the new Rockefellers will be con- structed and renovated with materials purchased locally. "We will be buying, not from Lowes, but from Gabriels, and that will be our philosophy in all that we do." He said it is his greatest wish that Rockefeller's will increase business traffic for the benefit of Ponchatoula and its existing businesses. !iiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiilili iiiii! iiiiiiiiiiiii!!i!iii! THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011, PAGE 3, Leadership It's time for bold leadership with a vision for our future. A New Era in Parish Government EARLY VOTING OCT. 8-OCT. 15 12PM-2PM Frank Davis is a notable and widely recognized New Orleans "character" whose effervescent personality and love for Louisana are contagious. Davis considers himself blessed that he has been able to combine his three loves- -fishing, cooking, and people--and get paid for it. "1 have a lot of fun doing what I do," said the resident chef and outdoors director for WMML-TV in New Orleans (CBS). "1 like to express that fun to everybody else as well." Come visit with Frank at theTangi Library Free Book Festival. LOUISIANA ART & SCIENCE MUSEUM ' ' Using star charts, this interactive activity ii : challenges the participant's ability to locate seasonal planets and constellations in the night sky. Come explore other stellar objects, planetary orbits, and space distances. Participants will enter in small groups for a 15 minute session that will challenge their outerspace knowledge while engaging the senses. JOURNEY OF THE DRUM PERFORMANCE AUTHOR CAROL PEIRCE AUTHOR DAVID ARMOND AUTHOR/ILLUsTRATOR MICHAEL VERRETT LOUISIANA DISCOVERY CENTER CRAFT ZONE 8< PIPER THE PELICAN MASCOT ALl THE LIBRARY MASCOT o Wli GAMING FREE BOOKS PET ADOPTION BY HAMMOND ANIMAL CONTROL BLOOD PRESSURE 8< GLUCLOSE TESTS BY THRIFT TOWN PHARMACY BLOOD DONATION BY LIFEsHARE CHILD ID KITS BY NEW YORK LIFE FREE HOT DOGS 8< HAMBURGERS TANG! 96.5 MUSIC & PRIZES ALL FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC o VISIT WWW.TANGILIBRARY.COM FOR MORE INFO