PSR is now registering for the 2015-2016 school year.
All children entering 1st grade in 2015 should attend 1st grade PSR this summer.
St. Mark has a summer PSR program for grades 1-8 which begins Tuesday May 26, 2015 and ends Friday June 5, 2015. Parents have a choice between two sessions during summer PSR (8:00 am - 12:00 pm OR 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm) .
Students in grades 9-11 are to attend high school PSR, which is held one Sunday a month August 2015 - April 2016.
Registration forms are due by March 31, 2015. Registrations after this date will be charged a $15 late fee per child. All fees may be paid online through "Online Giving". The parish office is also now accepting all major credit cards!
The following fee rates apply:
One (1) Child - $35.00
Two (2) Children - $60.00
Three or More (3+) Children - $75.00
Sacramental Prep Fee (2nd & 11th Grade) - $10.00
Please see your PSR registration packet for additional information!
Chef John Folse Social Gathering
Chef John Folse Presents:
The “Spirit” of St. Mark
An Evening at White Oak Plantation
March 12, 2015
Guests to arrive at 6:00 pm
Tickets go on sale soon!
Cost: $75 per person with a limit of 175 reserved seats to be sold
The proceeds from this event will be used for general operations of the parish.
Included in the cost of the ticket are:
- Delightful wine and scrumptious passed hors d'Oeuvres on the beautiful plantation courtyard
- Followed by an elegant dinner of soup, salad, entre, and delectable dessert.
White Oak Plantation is a catering and events management facility owned and operated by world-renowned executive chef, John Folse, for 25 years.
Nestled near the end of George O’Neal Lane, just 20 minutes from downtown Baton Rouge, White Oak Plantation offers 22 acres of lush foliage, gardens and lakes for your celebration. Modeled after traditional antebellum homes of Louisiana’s River Road, White Oak Plantation’s oak-lined drive, majestic Doric columns, thick masonry walls and grand staircase sweep guests into an enchanting world of long ago. Inside the home, the parlor with its lovely mantled fireplace, 26-foot ceiling and three-tiered crystal chandelier invite guests to a memorable evening of soft music, indulgent food and beautiful wines that impress the palate long after the evening adjourns. Tastefully appointed with antique and period furnishings, the parlor is adjoined by a private room for meetings or use as a bridal suite prior to a wedding ceremony and reception. Adjacent to the foyer and parlor is an elegant grand French ballroom featuring black and white marble floors, three crystal chandeliers and complementary wall sconces.
Outdoors there is a New Orleans-style courtyard featuring a fireplace, decorative fountain and Louisiana foliage. The large, tented patio is complete with a Spanish-style fountain and three magnificent open-hearth fireplaces for roasting fish or traditional cochon de laits. Completing the patio area is White Oak’s kitchen, a design patterned after Jean Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Wonderful aromas tantalize guests as they stroll through the vegetable and herb gardens, pepper patch, quaint orchard and along the stone path leading to the lake.
From the time you arrive through White Oak Plantation’s gated entrance, until the moment the evening saunters to a savory close, the professional culinary, service and management team are committed to creating an unparalleled experience that lingers in the memory of guests for time to come.
Rain or Shine Come Have a Good Time!!
QUILT RAFFLE TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE!! INQUIRE AT CHURCH, THE PARISH OFFICE, OR CONTACT A FAIR REPRESENTATIVE!!