Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium is seeking to fill open volunteer positions within our Bug Ambassador program. This is ongoing.
Bug Ambassadors serve as the link between the animals that we house at Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium and the thousands of guests that visit our facility each year. Bug Ambassadors interpret live animal exhibits, engage visitors in learning, and assist staff with live animal presentations.
Bug Ambassadors must be 16 years of age or older, complete the training course, and commit to one weekly shift for one year. A contribution of $30.00 helps cover costs of training materials and uniforms.
For more information visit our website at www.auduboninstitute.org/volunteers or by calling 504-587-2116.
This event occurs on the First Friday of every month starting at 3PM right after the free tour of the brewery.
Come on down to the NOLA Brewing Tap Room on the First Friday of every month and help your Land Trust for Louisiana protect the land you love! Check out the newest flavors available EXCLUSIVELY at the Tap Room:
Girl Stout Cookie, Hurricane Saison, and Vanilla Coffee Stout just to name a few...
The Tap Room donates 10% of all sales that day to Land Trust for Louisiana. WOW! Great locally-brewed beer AND karma points to kick-start your month?? Conservation has never been this tasty.
For You, For Me, Forever."
Every Monday, 6: 00 p.m., except holidays.
The New Orleans Toastmasters Club meet each week to assist its members with overcoming the fear of public speaking. If you are looking to improve or show-off your public speaking skills, this is a the group for you. At Toastmasters you will gain confidence and the skills needed to deliver a well organized speech to small or large audiences. All are welcome to visit and settle in with a group of warm, welcoming individuals. This is a move-at-your-pace program. Although we love children and pets, this is an adult only event.
Everyday. Mon-Sun 7pm- 10pm
Veterans housing Outreach provides safe drug free shared housing to veterans, homeless, seniors, disabled and PTSD (Post Tramatic Stress Disease).
The housing is located in Orleans, Jefferson and St. Charles Parishes. Veterans Housing is seeking sponsors for an Adopt A Disabled Homeless Veteran Program which includes a veteran's living expenses of $1000 per month (rent, deposit, lights, gas water, furnishing, bedding, personal items, washer and dryer, medical items and transportation and food, paper plates, cups, napkins etc.)
Every Friday and Saturday (weather permitting)
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The Market on LaSalle is an urban market located in Central City. It has six moveable micro-retail spaces along with nine cabana style space with plenty of green space. The Market on LaSalle’s has created a community based Market for local vendors, crafters and artisans from diverse backgrounds to work together to build a sustainable market for Central City and New Orleans. Our Market has a diverse group of food, craft, and produce vendors. We also feature a variety of entertainment. Come to the Market on LaSalle, 3300 LaSalle Street (corner of Toledano St.) every Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. You are sure to find a good deal and have a good time!
If you are interested in becoming a vendor at the Market on LaSalle, please contact us at 504-524-3919, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Market on LaSalle is a
Winner of AIA Honor Award in Urban Design!
Weekly Monday night
Weekly Monday Chess tournament at Cafe Fatoush in the New Orleans Healing center, 2372 St. Claude Avenue. 4 rounds G/15. Cost $1. Starts at 6:30PM till around 8:30 PM. USCF rated available at the site. All ages and skill levels welcome. Anyone wanting to learn how to play can stop by and a current member will teach them.
Contact Jeffrey Vollmer at 314-502-3668 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly Saturday tournaments. We also will plan on 5/31/14 and 6/7/14 but will not have the weekly club on 6/14/14
Weekly Saturday morning Chess Tournament. 10AM till 1PM Cost $1. 3 or 4 rounds depending on the number of players. G/40, USCF rated available at the site. All Players welcome regardless of skill level or age. We will teach anyone interested in learning how to play as well.
Call Jeffrey Vollmer 314-502-3668 for more information.
Every Monday and Tuesday from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, except major holidays
A fitness class to brass band music as you learn to 2nd Line dance with Dancingman504.A beginner can hang with the advanced in this always fun style of movement.
Every Tuesday from 7pm-1:30am
This will be a once weekly event, every Tuesday. It is a pop up bar @ Dante's Kitchen. Features... live music throughout the summer and hopefully beyond. We feature weekly changes to both our craft cocktails, as well as seasonal and locally sourced small plate offerings. All weekly cocktails and plates are affordably priced at 7 $ each, allowing for a brief and inspired treat or an all evening affair with a date or friends. We are open every Tuesday from 7 pm until 1:30 am. We are as casual as you would like, and as playful as you might hope. Join us!
- First Monday of every month 7pm
Casa de Espana presents classics of Spaniard cinema on the first Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
Full information at
Free admission - donations encouraged
Every Sat 12:30-5:15p.m., except major holidays
Young Royalties of Nouvelle Orleans is The Movement Studio's free Saturday program that was created to educate our youth (ages 4-17)about life and to prepare the next generation to become global leaders in their career passions. Our non-profit organization enriches our young royalties in practices of etiquette, business management, fashion 101, fitness, outreach, communications/public speaking, relationships, health, sex education, career mentorship, tutoring, and the arts (dance/drama/visual), to cultivate them as well-rounded individuals, “dream-big” thinkers and humanitarians in society. For more information contact 504 327 8587 or email@example.com
Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm, and Saturday,10 am to 4 pm.
Captivated by the scenes of New Orleans and landscapes of France near his summer studio, James Michalopoulos evokes the spirit of the subject through beautifully layered, textured, and complex color compositions. The exhibition features original paintings from New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival posters, portraits, steel sculptures, and rarely seen works on paper, all enveloped in color by this celebrated New Orleans-based artist.
A self-guided iPad tour focuses on James Michalpoulos: Rapt in Color. It includes background information about the artist and gives participants the opportunity to engage in the art through a self-guided tour with questions and information for contemplation. FREE with museum admission! Check out an iPad at the reception desk and discover more about this amazing artist and his work.
Application deadline is November 1, 2014.
French Quarter Festivals, Inc. is now accepting applications for local musicians interested in performing at the 32nd annual French Quarter Festival, to be held April 9-12, 2015. Louisiana musicians (both union and non-union), are encouraged to apply. To download an application, or for more information about the event, visit fqfi.org. To request an application by mail, contact Entertainment Manager Greg Schatz at 504-522-5730 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6:30p-8:00p on six Tuesdays: Sept. 30-Nov. 4 with a concert November 6
Register today to jam for a great cause! During six weekly rehearsals and a culminating performance at a top New Orleans music venue, adult musicians of varying degrees of experience are invited to hone their skills in performance, improvisation and music literacy while networking with potential collaborators and passing a good time in a light, supportive atmosphere. Under the direction of acclaimed musician-educator Khari Allen Lee, participants will explore the blues form through familiar styles of the Crescent City soundtrack such as Funk, R&B, Trad or Afro-Cuban. Proceeds benefit Musicollaborative children's programs.
Thur, Fri, and Sat 6-9pm
The St. Claude Food Truck Park will pop-up in a vacant lot at the corner of St. Claude Avenue and Feliciana Street. The park will come to life each Thursday - Saturday night from 6 – 9 p.m., offering neighborhood residents and visitors from across the city an opportunity to come together and dine on a variety of unique cuisines. For a complete schedule, visit www.stclaude.org or www.myhousenola.com.
There will be at least three food trucks at the park each night, rotating among the area’s most popular “meals on wheels.” Also available for purchase will be domestic and specialty beers that pair with the weekend’s food truck offerings.
Picnic tables will provide seating and places to gather and enjoy to live local bands, DJs, and SCMS’ youth program New Orleans Youth Sound Experience (NOYSE). The food truck park will also feature portable restroom facilities, bike parking and security.
Every evening 7:30 PM
Sunday Matinees:Oct 5th,12th at 2 PM only
No Performance Mon, Oct 6th
Adults $30/Students $15
FRANKENSTEIN, adapted from Mary Shelly’s 1818 best-selling classic, is a Gothic thriller, passionate romance, and a cautionary tale all in one sensational package. The quest of a young scientist at the turn of the 19th century to discover the secret of generating life unleashes one of the most disturbing and powerful creatures in all of world literature. In this age of artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, and bio-terrorism, this electrifying and moving story raises profound questions about what it means to be human.
FRANKENSTEIN will run for a total of eleven performances, including one Pay-What-You-Can preview and one $15 sneak preview. FRANKENSTEIN will be performed in the Shaver Theatre.
*FRANKENSTEIN recommended for mature audiences
Friday, 10/3 at 7PM and Saturday, 10/4 at 12PM
The 3rd Annual Million Milf March (Moms Investing in Laughter and Frivolity) kicks off on October 3rd at The Howlin' Wolf at 7pm. Our charity auction benefiting Lindy's Place will include complimentary beer and wine along with food from local restaurants. Weathered! will be the featured entertainment. Come eat, dance and drink for charity!
Saturday, 10/4, the Million Milf March will take to the streets and stroll to bars throughout the Warehouse district. The first stop is Earnst Cafe on S. Peters. Join us for drink specials, dancing, and Milf fun.
Hosted by Hot Mess Mom, Hot Mess Events & Entertainment, LLC.
October 9, 10, 11 @ 7:30pm; October 12 @ 2:00pm.
Celebrate authentic New Orleans entertainment with a performance unlike any other! A brilliant new performance company, Gulf Coast Theatre on Tap, presents “Neutral Ground,” an exuberant, original production under the direction of Emmy and Big Easy Award winning artistic director and principal choreographer Heidi Malnar. Described as where the sounds of New Orleans and rhythm tap collide, dancers will share the stage with a live, seven-piece jazz ensemble and wide-ranging vocalists. Performances will run October 9-12, 2014 at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA).
If you love New Orleans music, high-octane entertainment, and celebrating the Crescent City; Neutral Ground will have you shuffling all the way to Mardi Gras!
Friday, October 10 5pm-10pm
Saturday, October 11 Noon-10pm
The 5th Annual West Jeff Family Fest is BIGGER & Better than ever with 2-days of fun!
We’ve added a fun-filled evening of events which kicks off Friday, October 10 at 5pm!
Amusements rides are now part of our repertoire! The Festival is FREE and open to all!
• Live music by Groovy 7, Nola Treblemakers, Aaron Foret, Junior & Sumtin’ Sneaky
• Car & Bike Show
• Amusement rides
• “I Pink I Can” 2-mile Fun run/walk
• Jambalaya Cook-Off
Admission is absolutely FREE. Proceeds from food, beverages, etc. will benefit our Cancer Center, which has the only radiation therapy available on the Westbank. We want to provide funds to our cancer patients who can’t afford treatments, transportation, nutrition and many other needs. WJ Hospital Foundation, along with its sponsors, is very proud to provide this event to the community.
October 16-18 10 am to 8 pm
October 19 noon-5 pm
This is one of the largest book sales in the New Orleans area, with over 65,000 items for sale, including gently used adult and children's books, puzzles, DVDs, CDs, video tapes, music tapes, and records, most priced from .50 to $3.00. This sale will feature an unusually large collection of railroad and WW II books. Auction items will include two books, Plantation Parade, signed by author Harnett T. Kane, and Civil War Battlefields, by George Grant and Michael Swift. An autographed picture of current LSU football coach Les Miles will also be auctioned.
Cash, checks, and Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards will be accepted. There is free admission and plenty of free parking. For more information, call the Friends of the Library at 455-2665 or e-mail friendsjpl@Yahoo.com. All proceeds from the sale benefit the Jefferson Parish Libraries.
Prospect New Orleans is an International Arts Biennial event that will take place from October 25, 2014 through January 25, 2015.
Prospect.3 opens to the public starting with a Ribbon Cutting and Second Line from Louis Armstrong Park to The African American Museum. Prospect New Orleans is an International Arts Biennial event that will take place from October 25, 2014 through January 25, 2015. “Prospect.3: Notes for Now” will present the work of more than 50 artists selected by Artistic Director Franklin Sirmans, in more than 15 locations, including museums, community centers and independent sites throughout neighborhoods across New Orleans.
December 3 - December 24, 2014. Lights start at 5pm till 10pm nightly.
Celebrate the season in New Orleans' historic Warehouse District with dazzling lights along Convention Center Boulevard. Bring the family and dine, drive, and stroll while enjoying Santa, carolers, children’s activities, concerts, and more. Don’t miss the fun! For more details on events and entertainment please visit the website, christmasinthedistrict.com.