May 202016
 
The Bayou Bell Choir (via https://m.facebook.com/St-Andrews-Handbell-Choir-901526643306513/)

The Bayou Bell Choir (via https://m.facebook.com/St-Andrews-Handbell-Choir-901526643306513/)

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church will host the Bayou Bell Choir from Lake Charles on Saturday afternoon, playing over 18 selections of songs from favorite films and Broadway stages. The free hour program will be followed by a brief question and answer period and reception with refreshments. Continue reading »

May 182016
 
Owners Demian Estevez and Angee Jackson (photo by Randy Schmidt)

Mojo Coffeehouse Owners Demian Estevez and Angee Jackson (photo by Randy Schmidt)

Mojo Coffeehouse will celebrate a decade in business with a “10 Years and Still Here” Sidewalk Party from 4 to 7 p.m. this Sunday, May 22. The coffee shop invites the community to come and celebrate its anniversary and hear an expansion announcement at its flagship location, located at 1500 Magazine Street.

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May 122016
 
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(via facebook.com/events/811955958947743/)

Local marketing agency RAPJAB will host Fly Fest 2016 this Saturday, May 14 at The Fly at Audubon Park. The potluck-style event will feature free crawfish and libations while supplies last, as well as a water balloon dodgeball tournament, cocktail competition, and field games. Continue reading »

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May 102016
 

The Audubon Commission will host a town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 10 (tonight) to discuss construction on Magazine Street around the zoo and the prioritization of projects at The Fly. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Audubon Tea Room, located at 6500 Magazine Street. Continue reading »

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May 092016
 

JCC logoThe New Orleans Jewish Community Center will celebrate Israel’s 68th Independence Day with a performance of Israel Story – Live at the Yom Ha’atzmaut Celebration on Wednesday, May 11. The event will take place at JCC Uptown location at 5342 St. Charles Avenue. Continue reading »

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May 092016
 
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Update: The event has been postponed until the summer. For updates, visit Adultpromnola.com.

High Art NOLA will host their annual fundraiser, the Adult Prom Gala, this Saturday, May 14 at Republic, located at 828 S. Peters Street. The ticketed event will include a sponsored bar, DJ set, and live art all night.

Adult Prom will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight on Saturday. High Art NOLA is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to revitalizing neighborhoods with community art gardens and youth leadership programming. All ticket sales will benefit youth arts programs and Annual Winter Formal for terminally ill youth in New Orleans.

Tickets are $50 for general admission, $100 for VIP, and $250 for White Glove VIP. To learn more about the gala and ticket details, visit the event’s webpage here.

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May 052016
 
The Merry Antoinettes (via Dat Dog)

The Merry Antoinettes (via Dat Dog)

Dat Dog at 3336 Magazine Street will serve specialty sausages and charcuterie as part of the annual Magazine Street Champagne Stroll this Saturday, May 7. The Merry Antoinettes marching group will be serving champagne cocktails, and the Magazine Street Art Market at Dat Dog will stay open late while a DJ spins French tunes. Continue reading »

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May 052016
 
Danae Columbus

Danae Columbus

Caroline Zetzmann Calhoun, 2016 Whitney Bank Zoo To Do Chair, and her team of 400 volunteers serving on 15 committees have been working overtime for weeks to put the final touches on May 6th’s thirty-ninth annual extravaganza which will draw 5,000 attendees and benefit Audubon Zoo’s Tropical Bird House.

The culmination of a year’s worth of cajoling corporate donors, restaurants, bars, and other sponsors, this year’s gala is expected to raise $1.2 million and serve as the match for millions more in foundation, public and private sector gifts which form the basis of Audubon Institute’s almost $50 million annual budget. Continue reading »

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May 032016
 
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(via Alliance Française)

Alliance Française de La Nouvelle-Orléans will host “La Brocante”—a rummage sale featuring jewels, toys, collectibles, and more from fifteen vendors—this Saturday, May 7 from 2 to 6 p.m. The free event will include pétanque contests for kids and adults, a raffle, a food truck (Petite Rouge Café Camionnette), and face painting in the garden at Alliance Française.

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May 022016
 
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The Magazine Street Merchants Association, along First NBC Bank, will host the 6th Annual Magazine Street Champagne Stroll this Saturday, May 7. Participating shops will stay open until 9 p.m., and the event will feature live music, complimentary refreshments, store sales and discounts, and more on Magazine Street. Continue reading »

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May 022016
 

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The nonprofit Save Our Cemeteries will be supervising the community clean-up Tuesday of the historic Valence Cemetery in the Freret neighborhood by trimming ferns, clipping invasive vegetation, and removing trash. Continue reading »

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Apr 252016
 

Instruments A Comin' 2016

Tipitina’s will host a family-friendly, free outdoor block party, as well as an indoor concert, this Monday, April 25 for their annual benefit and community festival event Instruments A Comin’. The outdoor block party will include performances by Donald Harrison, Jr. & The Tips Interns, The Roots of Music, Mary D. Coghill Charter School, and a battle of the marching bands featuring Edna Karr High School and Sophie B. Wright Charter School. Continue reading »

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Apr 202016
 

The Irish community and organizations of New Orleans—including the Ancient Order of Hibernians Louisiana, Emerald Society, and the Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Day Club—will host a ceremony on Saturday, April 23 to commemorate 100 years since Irish protesters marched into Dublin in an effort to declare independence from English rule.

The commemoration will begin with mass at St. Mary’s Assumption Church at 12 p.m. and continue with food, drinks, and Irish music at the St. Alphonsus Cultural Center.
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Apr 182016
 

Ursuline Academy students will celebrate the arts at their second annual Ursuline Arts Festival this Wednesday, April 20 from 3 to 5:30 p.m. The student-led festival will offer audiences the opportunity to stroll through the Academy’s 11.5-acre Uptown campus to experience diverse expressions of music, visual arts and performing arts. The festival is free and open to the public.

(via Ursuline Academy of New Orleans)

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