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Abita Springs Women's Society
Abita Rec. Club
Friends of the Park
Men's Club
Garden Club
Keep Abita Beautiful
Senior Citizens

Abita Springs Women's Society

Abita Springs Women's Society

Abita Springs Women's Society (formerly the Ladies Progressive Club) meets once a month, on the second Tuesday of each month, at the Women's Center on Leveson Street, at 6:30 PM.

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ASWS Scholarship Application- Applications are due by July 1st 


Abita Committee for Energy Sustainability

Cleaner, cheaper, healthier energy is here. It’s time for leaders across the U.S. to commit to 100% clean and renewable energy for all, and that’s exactly what Abita Springs has done! Abita Springs made that commitment in March 2017, when the Mayor and Town Council adopted a Resolution to give Abita Springs residents and businesses electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

Children's Race

Rec District 11

Lisa Palisi, St Tammany Recreation District #11 Director

(Please contact Lisa for any questions or concerns with any sport.)



Friends of the Park

Friends of the Park


Friends of the Park is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization founded in 2007. We are a citizen volunteer group dedicated to developing, funding, and implementing beautification projects in the park, playground and around the town of Abita Springs. We are dedicated to providing a variety of activities, special events, facilities, and services that collectively enrich the lives of all patrons. 

Friends of the Park Board Members:

President: Regan Contois Vice President: Tracy Kennan Secretary/Treasurer: Rachel Laney


Board Members at Large: Darlene Creel, Stewart Eastman, Candice Fitzgerald, Adrienne Juttner, Rachel Lambert, Evette Randolph, Michael Tomlinson


Board Meetings are open and are held monthly, generally the second Monday of the Month at 6:30 pm at the Abita Springs Town Hall.   To learn how to become a volunteer or give input visit and on facebook for updated information about festivals and events. 


Keep Abita Beautiful

Keep Abita Beautiful (KAB) is a civic organization that was formed in 2016 for the purpose of encouraging litter prevention, recycling and beautification in Abita Springs.  KAB is especially proud of the almost 200 Adopt-A-Spot volunteers who have committed to keeping their area of Abita Springs litter free.  Recycling is encouraged by KAB through outreach at community events.  In 2017, KAB was instrumental in the Town of Abita Springs winning the Cleanest City Contest through beautification efforts.


As an affiliate of Keep Louisiana Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful, KAB has received numerous grants and awards and has been recognized as a member of the “President’s Circle” by both the state and national organizations. In 2018, Keep Abita Beautiful became a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Please add your name to our volunteer contact list to help with the Keep Abita Beautiful mission by sending an email to


Garden Club

Organized in 1975, the Abita Springs Garden Club continues to be true to its original mission to promote gardening and encourage and sponsor community participation and planting. The 25 member group meets the second Thursday of each month (except July and August) @ 1:30 pm at  the Abita Springs Town Hall . The club regularly hears from guest speakers on topics of interest and plans interesting field trips.  For more information attend one of the monthly meetings or call: Karen Kell at (985) 290-7729.

Men Volunteering

The Abita Springs Men's Club

The Abita Springs Men's Club fosters companionship and community service among the men of Abita Springs, Louisiana. It was founded in 1968 by then Abita Springs Mayor John Leveson, Jack Brown, and 9 other members. Over the years it has undergone a name change and grown to about 50 members. Membership is open to all. Notably, the club annually honors the Outstanding Fireman from the Abita Springs area. It meets at the Town Hall on the last Thursday of the month January through October.

Smiling Senior Couple

Senior Club

The Seniors meet in the Abita Springs Town Hall every third Thursday of each month excluding July & August.   Some arrive earlier than others but most are seated by noon. Lunches can be anything from Pot Luck to Fried Chicken.  Each year the Town Serves the Seniors TWO outstanding meals: A Springtime Crawfish Boil and a Fall Thanksgiving Feast. 

The Seniors plan outings throughout the year that include a Picnic at the Abita Springs Trailhead, Casino Bus Trips as well as a Special Christmas Lunch, just to name a few.  

If you are interested in joining the Senior Citizens Club you can contact the  President, Jo Ann Keifer, for more info.

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