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Young Audiences Leadership of Louisiana
November 5, 2015

Join us on November 19th for a happy hour fundraiser benefitting Young Audiences Charter School STEAM program.

JCPenney Partners with Young Audiences Arts for Learning
August 13, 2014

JCPenney Partners with Young Audiences Arts for Learning.

Lyons Center is revitalized with public and private funds
June 11, 2013

Young Audiences of Louisiana, or YALA, on Baronne St. last week launched a two-month youth camp at Lyons—teaching visual and performing arts, combined with science, technology, engineering and math.

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