Tammany sheriff to hold tax sale Monday

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office will hold a tax sale of property within the parish Monday. The sale will begin at 10 a.m. at the Justice Center at 701 N. Columbia St. in Covington. It will be held in the misdemeanor courtroom on the first floor.

More than 1,000 tax-delinquent properties are slated for auction. Buyer registration begins at 8 a.m. Those interested in bidding are encouraged to preregister online at www.stpsopayments.com.

Property owners wishing to settle delinquent tax bills prior to the sale may make property tax payments Monday before 10 a.m. at the Sheriff’s Office in the Covington Justice Center or the Sheriff’s Slidell Administrative Complex, 300 Brownswitch Road.

Payments must be made by certified check, cash or money order.

The list of overdue 2014 property tax bills relating to the upcoming sale has been posted for public viewing on the Sheriff’s Office website. The list may be viewed by visiting www.stpso.com and clicking on the “Online E-Services” link. Then follow the links for “Property Tax” and “View Property Tax Sale List.” A link to the buyer preregistration site also is accessible from this page.

Property owners who wish to speak with someone about their taxes should call (985) 809-8217.

Jazz funeral to mark researcher’s death

A jazz funeral commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of New Orleans researcher Mary Sherman will be held July 21. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 3101 St. Charles Ave.

Sherman was a Tulane University researcher found murdered in her Uptown apartment on July 21, 1964. The book “Dr. Mary’s Monkey” suggests that her death was linked to Lee Harvey Oswald and a conspiracy to kill President John F. Kennedy, as well as to cancer experiments on mice and monkeys in the 1960s and the AIDS epidemic.

Ed Haslam, the author of the book, will speak at 7 p.m. that evening at the Jefferson Parish Public Library, 4747 W. Napoleon Ave.

High school holding internship showcase

The New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School will hold its annual summer internship showcase, a celebration of its internship program, at 4 p.m. July 24 at the school, 5625 Loyola Ave.

Guests will have the opportunity to meet the program’s 36 interns, review their projects and learn more about their experiences.

Organizations that hosted interns this summer included the Audubon Nature Institute, GR Group Physical Therapy, the Louisiana SPCA, LSU, Touro Infirmary and others.

For more information, contact Jennifer Naum at (504) 410-4182 or jnaum@noscihigh.org.

Daiquiri Day Parade scheduled for Saturday

The first Daiquiri Day Parade will be held Saturday. The parade will begin at 4:30 p.m. outside Gene’s Daiquiris at Elysian Fields and St. Claude avenues. The parade will proceed down Elysian Fields, turn right on Decatur Street, then right onto Frenchmen Street.

The parade will feature New Orleans dance troupes such as the Organ Grinders, Roux La La and the NOLA Chorus Girls.

Music will be provided by the Goodchildren Marching Band. The New Orleans Daiquiri Festival’s own Who Daiq!? Flava Girls will be marching as well.

Parade participants will each have a daiquiri in hand, courtesy of Gene’s Daiquiris.