A single-night photo and film exhibit Friday evening will focus on a remote region of Indonesia where a team of health care workers treated over 1,000 people this summer.
Tipitina’s Foundation is presenting three Sunday Youth Music Workshops in December.
Promethean Theatre Company will bring its inaugural production, a performance of Christopher Durang’s “Titanic” and “The Actor’s Nightmare,” to the stage this weekend at Tulane University.
As they handed out hundreds of turkey plates, each with all the fixings, volunteers at the annual Bridge House / Grace House Thanksgiving dinner described Thursday morning as their chance to give back.
“I’ve done this for a few years,” said volunteer Dat Nguyen from the serving line. He added, “My family lives all over the country, so this is my time to help out.”
The Bouligny Improvement Association will host a neighborhood watch refresher course next week that will include a presentation from Project NOLA about home surveillance cameras.
Bridge House and Grace House will host a Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 22, for New Orleans’ homeless population.
Academy of the Sacred Heart will host more than 70 vendors and two book signings during its Avenue Marketplace all day Friday (Nov. 16).
A three-day run of the musical “Godspell” starting Thursday evening (Nov. 15) will open the Academy of the Sacred Heart’s 2012-13 theatre season this weekend.
James Carville and Mary Matalin will co-host “Beyond the Ballot: A Government in Transition,” the Bipartisan Policy Center’s symposium of national political leaders, journalists and other experts Thursday (Nov. 15) at Tulane University.
“The VFW and American Legion took off after World War II and built up a big infrastructure they just can’t maintain now,” said Hevron, noting the smaller size of their corner store post was a blessing in disguise.
The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio will perform Monday (Nov. 12) at Tulane University as part of the New Orleans Friends of Music series.
The Central City Renaissance Alliance will hold a patron party this evening (Friday, Nov. 9) for its home tour Saturday showcasing new homes and renovations in the neighborhood.
The board of the developing South Broad Community Health clinic will partner with Green Coast Enterprises and Tulane University to host a health fair Saturday (Nov. 10) at Keller Library in Broadmoor.
The Gillespie Memorial Community Breakfast series will welcome Maureen Shea of Tulane University to moderate its “2012 Post Election Roundtable Forum” after a community breakfast Saturday (Nov. 10).