Celebrate Oktoberfest in true Dat Dog style with German beer, a traditional Bavarian Bratwurst special and even a dog talent show at the Dat Dog Magazine Street location on Saturday, October 12 at 6:00 p.m.
Shared Housing is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation that helps elderly and/or disabled adults remain in their homes by matching them with people who need a place to stay. These “homeseekers” provide light housekeeping and companionship. In exchange for their services, the homeowner provides free room and board. Shared Housing carefully screens applicants, facilitates appropriate matches, then formalizes each match in a rental contract.
Are you worried about making loan payments on your house? Have you fallen behind, and are struggling to get back on track? Or are you preparing to buy, but unsure how you’ll finance every penny of your new home? Neighborhood Housing Services New Orleans announces its new, federally-sponsored Making Home Affordable loan program for homeowners just like you. Secure, confidential, and comprehensive: click below for more details!
Shared Housing of New Orleans is a program to help elderly and/or disabled adults, who do not need to be in Nursing Homes, remain in their own homes by matching them with people looking for a place to live. All Shared Housing services are free, and we are seeking new referrals! Applicants are carefully interviewed and evaluated by experienced registered nurses; they also undergo a police check and, in some cases, a medical history.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in our annual Academy of the Sacred Heart Father’s Club Golf Tournament on Friday, September 13, 2013 at Audubon Park Golf Course, 11:30 AM registration and tee time at 1:00PM.
The tournament committee has been working hard to make sure this year’s event is our best year ever! With the mega prize table, giveaways, and more, you won’t want to miss this great afternoon of friends, food, and golf.
A pair of enormous mid-20th century African ivory elephant tusks, a large and unusual Peruvian silver box weighing a staggering 12 pounds, and a pair of 18th century Russian icons will all share top billing at a two-day multi-estate auction planned for Sept. 7-8 by Crescent City Auction Gallery, in the firm’s showroom at 1330 St. Charles Avenue.
Start times both days will be 9 a.m. (CST). Around 1,250 lots will be offered, that will include Chinese and Russian objects, silver, furniture (American, English, French and continental), antique lighting, estate jewelry, Southern art, Oriental rugs and more. Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Artfact.com. Phone and absentee bids will also be taken.
It is indeed that time of year again– back to school time! Some of us view this time as a New Year in a way: a time to start again, with a clean slate. At Your Nutrition Delivered, we believe in starting anew with your health and nutrition at multiple points during the year.
There is never a bad time to get healthy! Here are five tips to jump start your health this school year:
The Preparatory Arts Program at Loyola University New Orleans hosting children of all ages is currently enrolling ballet, piano, violin, guitar and voice students for the 2013-2014 academic year. Classes begin Sept. 3.
An 18th century Chinese Qianlong celadon jade censer with a pre-sale estimate of $15,000-$25,000, items from the living estate of iconic New Orleans artist and photographer George Valentine Dureau (b. 1930), and an untitled glazed ceramic sculpture by Lynda Benglis (Am., b. 1941) are all part of a huge weekend auction planned for July 13-14.
The auction will be conducted by Crescent City Auction Gallery, in the firm’s gallery located at 1330 St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Start times both days will be 10 a.m. (CST). Over 1,200 lots will be offered, to include fine art, antique clocks, Chinese objects, Persian rugs, period American and European furniture, antique lamps and lighting and decorative accessories.
Local artist and icon George Dureau is a definitive New Orleans talent who has given much to the people and the city he loves over the years. Now his fans can return the favor.
The 82-year-old painter, sculptor and photographer spends his days in a nursing home due to the ruthless effects of Alzheimer’s. He’s being well cared for, but long-term financial support is a concern. That’s why close friend Katie Nachod and other acquaintances, who fondly call themselves “Friends of George,” have planned a fundraising event for Dureau.
Gracious Bakery + Café will be participating in The Bread Bakers Guild of America’s 3rd Annual Guild-Wide Bakery Open House on Saturday, June 29th. The event takes place from 8 AM to 11 AM and is free and open to the public. This informal gathering is aimed at non-professionals curious about the bread-making process. Guests can view the kitchen as well as speak with chef/owner Megan Forman and baker Chris Kurts.
For one weekend only at Loyola University New Orleans this June, the public is invited to go back to college to experience classes on sculpture, Mardi Gras history, cybercriminals, millennialism, terrorism, global climate change and many other topics. Attendees can also take special tours, including a visit to Irish Channel churches and a look at the Sicilian side of New Orleans, and hear a special performance of the music of Chopin.