St. George’s Episcopal School will host Open Houses for students from age 1 year to 8th grade on November 5th and 12th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Located at 923 Napoleon Avenue, the school has been a leader in New Orleans education since 1969. With the upcoming expansion of the Michael R. Boh Early Childhood Center and the continued success of Lower and Middle School students, St. George’s is committed to continuing its legacy of excellent education.
The City Of New Orleans is recommending that residents move trick-or-treating and other Halloween activities to Friday, Oct. 30, due to the weather this weekend. The suggested activitiy time is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Original artworks by George Rodrigue (Am., 1944-2013) and Herman Frederik Van Hengel (Dutch, 1705-1785), plus a very large American sterling center bowl, are just a few of the featured items in a two-day, 1,484-lot estates auction slated for Nov. 7 and 8 by Crescent City Auction Gallery, in the firm’s gallery at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans.
Start times both days will be 9 a.m. Categories will include French and American period furniture, original artworks (many by New Orleans and regional artists), sterling silver, antique clocks, wonderful mirrors, estate jewelry, vintage lamps and lighting, Russian icons and more. Internet bidding will be facilitated by both LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.
The New Orleans Jewish Community Center (JCC) hosts its annual Kindergarten Readiness Forum this Thursday, Oct. 29. The forum, featuring panelists from both public and private schools, is free and open to the public.
Make an order by tonight (Oct. 23) to ensure it’ll be ready for pickup at our Thursday, November 5 pop-up shop. Find the full shop here.
Why fight construction and traffic between your home and the Post Office when you can drop by Parcels and Post? We offer a full range of postal options including way cool stamps, International Mail, Priority Mail and Priority Express.
Need a tracking number? We can add tracking to any mail piece to prove you sent the item. Come on in and take a look at our new selection of locally made and local themed gifts, cards, mugs, jewelry, magnets and bumper stickers.
The 5th Annual Strike for STEM will be a night of bowling, cocktails, food, and live music by The Benchwarmers. The fundraiser will take place this Saturday, Oct. 24 at Rock n’ Bowl and will benefit Core Element, a non-profit organization promoting quality teaching in STEM–– science, technology, engineering and math–– across the Greater New Orleans area.
NOLA Messenger is proud to be an independent, New Orleans-owned and operated media company that has supplied quality news about the community to the community for five successful years. Now, you can help support our reporting in your neighborhood — and show some love for your favorite neighborhood news site — by purchasing from our new line of merchandise.
The New Orleans Public Library will hold a Community Input Session in Uptown this Wednesday, Oct. 21. The sessions are to help plan for the future and prioritize library services.
The Uptown/Carrollton Historic District Study Committee will hold a meeting on Monday, October 19, at 6p.m. There, a discussion will be held regarding the proposed Uptown/Carrollton local historic district.
Uptown Messenger founder Robert Morris will be a featured guest on WHIV’s The Sound Salvation with Chris Rose at noon today. Robert and Chris will be discussing crime and other information. To listen live, click here or tune in to Radio NOLA HIV at 102.3 LPFM.
Today is International Credit Union Day! You might think Credit Unions are just another kind of banks, but you’d be very wrong. Credit Unions are members of our local community, and work very differently than the large banks you might be familiar with. In 2014 alone, Louisiana credit unions provided more than 282,000 consumer loans and over $180 million in business loans.
The City of New Orleans has issued a traffic advisory to temporarily close portions of Drexel Drive and Washington Avenue near Xavier University in Gert Town. On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Washington Avenue between South Carrollton and Short streets will be closed to through traffic from 3 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This past Friday, Oct. 9, Rebuilding Together New Orleans completed the rebuilding of its 500th home since Hurricane Katrina. Through RTNO, over 500 volunteers worked on 14 home repair projects for disabled, elderly and military veteran homeowners over the first two weekends of October.
At St. George’s Preschool, we believe that children’s work is play, and through play comes significant learning. Our program offers a secure and exciting environment for children ages one through four to participate in daily discovery-based, hands-on learning experiences that expose them to the foundational concepts of literacy, math, writing, science and social studies.
The Great Neighborhood SELLabration is an annual homebuyer fair that promotes homeownership in New Orleans neighborhoods by providing prospective homebuyers with the tools they need to find, purchase and renovate a home. The homebuyer fair, presented by the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans (PRC), will be complete with refreshments for purchase from Bratz Y’all and Petite Rouge: Café Camionette. Free Snoballs from Plum Street will also be provided, courtesy of Gardner Realtors.
Meet us at the corner of Freret and Napoleon on Saturday, September 5th, for our monthly Freret Market. The market will feature 90 Vendors (Art, Flea, Farmer, Food), pet adoptions, The Big Easy Roller Girls, and free live music!