VOODOOFEST is our FREE annual festival, held EVERY Halloween, which celebrates the Voodoo religion's many important contributions to New Orleans' traditions. VOODOOFEST’s primary goals are to honor the Ancestors, educate the public about this widely misunderstood religion & to preserve and celebrate the unique Spiritual & Cultural Heritage of New Orleans.
Featuring Haitian Vodou Priestess, MAMA LOLA, New Orleans’ own Voodoo Priest Elmer T. Glover, Marie Laveau researcher Dr. Ina Fandrich, acclaimed local musician Sunpie Barnes, Voodoo Queen Kalindah Laveaux, Amzie Adams and the Voodoo Authentica Ritual Troupe! www.voodoofest.com
Celebrating everything from vampires to fantasy, the New Orleans UndeadCon is known as a historic event. K.L. Bone, noted author of young adult fantasy, will be featured on the 2014 schedule. During the week, Bone will be a featured speaker and will participate in the Halloween author panel from 2pm to 3:30pm at the Marriot, where fans and aspiring writers can ask questions about her books.
Our Ghostly Gallivant Weekend and Eat, Drink and Be Scary party has become such a hit over the past 28 years that tickets go fast. The Eat, Drink and Be Scary Costume Party is set for Halloween Night at the Cabildo, October 31st. Ticket price includes beer, wine and food from some the best restaurants in the city! Also on hand will be The All For One Brass Band, dj, tarot card reader and more!
The Eat, Drink and Be Scary Costume Party is set for Halloween Night at the Cabildo, October 31st. Ticket price includes beer, wine and food from some the best restaurants in the city!
Come have a Frightfully good time with Us Halloween Night!!
D.J. Bobby Blaze will be spinning your favorite tunes & Karaoke...so warm-up those windpipes!
Witches Brew $5.00
Vampire Blood Shot $4.00
Jello Shots $1.00
Jager Spice Shot $2.00
Domestic Buckets 5 for $10.00
Costume Contest 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Prize for Best Costume!
Free Prizes on The Witching Hour 10pm, 11pm, 12am, & 1am !!
Come get ya Scare On!!! BOOOO!!!
The Red Maple Bar’s Halloween Costume Party Oct. 31 begins at 8:30 p.m. and will feature live music by Austin and the Medics, a costume contest beginning at 9:30 p.m., drink specials including $3 Jim Beam Devil’s Cut shots and more! The scariest and sexiest costumes will win a $50 gift certificate to The Red Maple and the overall best costume will win a $100 gift certificate.
The invitation only event includes premier entertainment, open bar, hors d'oeuvres and a deluxe and silent auction.
The 4th Annual Sweet Sounds of Music Fundraiser benefitting Uptown Music Theatre will be held on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Xavier University Ballroom – University Center, 3rd Floor. The event will feature music performances by The Stanton Moore Trio, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Violinist – T-Ray, Philip Manuel, Delfeayo Marsalis with surprise special guest appearances in store. Proceeds from this event will fund expenses for this troupe of talented, local youth to compete in the National Junior Theatrics Festival being held in Atlanta in January 2015. Tickets for the event are only $35 per person and can be purchased in advance by calling 504.563.7591 or by emailing email@example.com.
Schlumberger will sponsor a disco-themed team bowling competition and fundraiser, “Strike for STEM,” benefiting Core Element on Sat., Nov. 1 at Mid-City Lanes Rock-N-Bowl, 3000 S. Carrollton Ave.
Core Element’s Strike for STEM 2014 is a 70’s theme bowling challenge with live entertainment by The Wiseguys and The Disco Amigos, food and beverages, and a raffle. Tickets are $50 per person. For tickets and information, visit www.strikeforstem.org. Core Element is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality teaching in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) programs in the Greater New Orleans area.
No city more embodies the spirit of Halloween and the Day of the Dead than the mystical voodoo soaked culture of New Orleans. This November 1st join Alex and Allyson Grey and Third Eye Productions as we present a visionary twist on one of New Orleans most revered traditions; The Masquerade Ball. Third Eye Productions proudly presents The First Annual Deities and Demons Ball NOLA – A Celestial Circus, Saturday, November 1st 2104, All Saints Day, 10:30 pm at the Historic Carver Theater, 2101 Orleans Avenue, New Orleans. Limited Advance Tickets are $35, General Admission Tickets are $45 and a special limited Inner Sanctum-VIP are $75. Tickets are on-sale and are available at http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/669919. For more information visit www.dadsballnola.com.
The Kidney Walk is a non-competitive 2.2 mile stroll that raises funds to fight kidney disease through prevention, advocacy and education.
2014 Hemingbough Blues Festival
Sunday, November 2, 2014
10101 Hwy 965 St. Francisville, LA 70775
$20 in advance - $25 at the gate
Music from 12:30 PM to 6:30 PM - Rain or shine (Indoor venue available)
“Jumpin” Johnny Sansone, Luther Kent, Gregg Wright, Chris LeBlanc, Eden Brent, Delta Drifters, Frederick Neal, Bryan Romano, Bobby Campo, and Chris Belleau
Tickets at Phil Brady’s or Elizabethan Gallery in Baton Rouge
Please no coolers – food and drinks available on the grounds
Produced by the Baton Rouge Blues Society
Join, Debauche and Slow Burn Burlesque at Carrollton Station on Sunday November 2nd for a night of excessive partying, dancing, rocking, and taking off clothes! Debauche is going to keep the Voodoo party going with their high energy, gypsy, Russian mafia, punk rock! Come hear new songs from their their brand new CD. And, opening will be the award winning Slow Burn Burlesque. Slow Burn is gonna crank up the heat with the sexiest burlesque show in New Orleans. It's Voodoo and you never know who's gonna show up. Don't miss the best party in the Big Easy. Debauche is the foremost world music band in New Orleans specializing in raucous and rowdy Gypsy Punk Rock. Slow Burn Burlesque is New Orleans' premiere burlesque show. Always sexy, always over the top, and also outrageously hilarious.
The event is a four- man scramble tournament that will include a buffet dinner and awards ceremony.The proceeds will benefit the National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana. To learn more about how to participate, sponsor, or volunteer, contact David Warner at 504.861.4500.
You are cordinally invited to attend High Voltage, Inc. Fourth Quarter meeting on Tuesday, November 4 from 4:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. at the Tipitina's Music Co-op Office, 4040 Tulane Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119. Topics: Small Business Saturday and National Adoption Month.
United Against Ebola- Red, White, & Blue Benefit
Supporting Liberians' grassroots efforts to prevent the spread of Ebola
Africa Brass w/ special dance performance by Torrence Taylor, Mario Abney & the Abney Effect, and AfricaNOLA- Drums for Africa.
Wear our shared colors of red, white & blue (the colors of the American and Liberian flags) in support of Liberian friend of New Orleans, Abel Williams Cheayan, in his nonprofit NRRI's grassroots efforts to prevent the spread of Ebola. Join us for a night of African drumming and dancing, local fine art silent auction, and door raffle in solidarity of the cause. Suggested donation $5-20.
Dinerral Shavers Educational Fund (DSEF) is pleased to announce plans for its upcoming screening of THE WHOLE GRITTY CITY.
The feature documentary will be shown in a special one-time screening at AMC Elmwood Palace Theatre on November 6th at 7:30pm. The Chosen Ones Brass Band, special guests, and a Q&A with filmmakers Richard Barber and Andre Lambertson will make the evening really memorable.
Tickets must be purchased in advance, and can ONLY be purchased at:
DSEF is a 501(c)3 organization, founded in March of 2007, in memory of Dinerral Shavers, educator, musician, entrepreneur, and New Orleans Civil Sheriff, murdered at 23. DSEF hosts programs that promote youth empowerment, community development, and educational opportunities in New Orleans. Gifts may be made on the DSEF website: http://www.dsefnola.org.
Tugg.com is a platform for individuals and organizations to host screenings in local theaters.
The fourth annual Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s Bourbon, Boudin & Beer festival returns on November 7th at Champions Square. This celebration of Louisiana culture features boudin and artisan sausages from 50 of the country’s best chefs. Abita will pour its flagship beers and specialty selections, and Buffalo Trace will provide an array of bourbon cocktails. Grace Potter will headline the roster of great music, including Brooklyn-based The Lone Bellow and Louisiana favorites Pine Leaf Boys and Sweet Crude. Co-chaired by Emeril Lagasse and Donald Link, the funds raised benefit Emeril Lagasse Foundation, which supports children’s educational programs, life skills development initiatives, culinary training, and cultural enrichment. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.boudinbourbonandbeer.com or in a limited quantity at the gate. Ticket admission price includes all food, beverage and musical entertainment.
Tickets are $99 for all inclusive food, drinks, and entertainment!
Treasure Chest Casino, in conjunction with the City of Kenner, will be offering “Shrimp Boil on the Lake”, Friday, November 7 from 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Boiled Shrimp Trays(includes Corn, Potato, and Cole Slow),cold beer and beverages will be available for purchase.
Along with the great food, there will be free live entertainment from 6:30pm – 9:30pm on the front lawn of Treasure Chest over looking Lake Pontchartrain with the funky sounds of Papa C and the Slammin' Horns. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Dawn Busters Kiwanis Club helping support their many outreach programs throughout the community.
For more information, contact the Treasure Chest Casino at (504) 443-8000 or visit the website at www.treasurechestcasino.com. *B Connected Playing Card must be shown upon purchase to receive membership rate on Shrimp plate. Membership into the B Connected Club is free. See B Connected in the casino for more details.
On Friday, November 7th at 7 p.m., The Roots of Music will celebrate six years of success with “Raise the Roof for Roots” – a festive evening of live entertainment, tantalizing food, craft beers and open bar taking place at NOLA Brewing. Hosted by Fleurty Girl’s Lauren Thom, the evening promises lots of fun, funk and food. Priced at $85 per person, guests will enjoy savory eats and sweet treats from award-winning Chef Dave Gotter of GG’s Dine-O-Rama, while imbibing on creative cocktails, wine, champagne and a selection of craft beers from NOLA Brewing. A live performance by Big Sam’s Funky Nation is certain to ‘raise the roof’ and a silent auction and special guest appearances will round out the celebratory evening.
The Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (CAC) is pleased to announce its one-night-only performance of The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller. Accompanied live by legendary indie rock band Yo La Tengo, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Sam Green narrates this live documentary on the life of R. Buckminster Fuller—neo-futuristic architect, systems theorist, author, designer, and inventor, who is most well-known for his creation of the geodesic dome.
This live documentary, created and narrated by Sam Green, tells the story of Fuller, the prolific creative genius, as he may have liked to have had it told, with the film’s images flashing before the crowd in the vast CAC Warehouse on November 7, 2014 at 7:30pm.
The JDRF walk will take place on Saturday, November 8th. Registration begins at 8:30am and the walk begins at 9:30am. The theme this year, “Peace, Love & Cure T1D”, will spotlight children living with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) as local corporations, schools, and family teams walk to raise money and awareness of the disease to continue funding research for ultimately finding a cure. Our goal this year is to raise $233,000 with 1,500 registered walkers. Our Corporate Recruitment Chair this year is Steve Daigle, owner & CEO of Punctual Abstract.
Post-walk food and drinks will be provided from Zea’s, Piccadilly Cafeteria, Rocky & Carlos, Acme Oyster House, Lucky Dog hot dogs, Zapp’s potato chips, Mr. Ed’s, Dorignacs, Dragos, PJ’s Coffee, Coke products, and Republic National Distribution. Post-walk activities will include a maze, space walk, face painting, and DJ music.
The Moteaux Show will be featuring local motorcycle builds from New Orleans and the surrounding areas focusing on garage and small shop built choppers, bobbers, vintage, race, and custom motorcycles. If you built it, we want to see it!
There will be a motorcycle art show and auction, prizes for attendee judged motorcycle entrees, raffles, and food and drinks available.
The benefit will showcase the collective talents of musicians, poets and artists to raise funds for
the SISTA Scholar Program. Performers include a dynamic lineup of New Orleans artists and
musicians including Tarriona “Tank” Ball, Germaine Bazzle, Erica Falls, Michaela Harrison,
Sharon Martin, Betty Shirley, Lilli Lewis, Yehosheba Yisrael, Joy Clark, Ayanna Molina, Asia
Rainey, Silhouette Dance Ensemble, Culu Childrens Traditional African Dance Company, the
McGehee Ensemble Choir & Orff Band and many more!
Now is the time to plant trees in New Orleans and there are many considerations on selection and placement. Join Scott Courtright’s presentation on “Trees in Your Landscape” at 10 a.m.
Sale at the Parkway Partners Greenhouse begins at 9 a.m.there will be: Citrus trees, Hardwood, Shade and Understory Flowering Trees, Hardy Landscape Shrubs, Long Leaf Pine Straw Mulch to protect your investments and fall color.
Nonprofit workshop: Quick Year-End Fundraising
Thursday, November 13
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Ashe Cultural Arts Center
1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
Details and registration at www.thefundingseed.com
Nearly one third of all annual giving to nonprofits in the United States happens in the month of December, and 10% of annual gifts are sent in the last two days of the year alone!
Is your nonprofit ready for your year-end fundraising?
The clock is ticking! Don't miss this hands-on workshop, which offers simple tools you can use to raise funds during those essential last weeks of the year.
Registration $35. Student, AmeriCorps & group discounts available.
Attendees will receive a Certificate of Participation for completing the workshop.
Understanding that the majority of ReNEW’s 3,200 students have never traveled outside the city of New Orleans, our college field studies grant a tremendous opportunity for students to have a truly extraordinary learning experience. We take our students to colleges and universities across the country to visit classes, dorms and campuses. This year, ReNEW is hosting its 3rd annual Future Takes Flight fundraiser to benefit these college visits and field studies. This event will be held at 12 Magnolia Drive at the Arbor Room in City Park on November 13, 2014 from 7:00-10:00pm. Tickets are $65.
20% of the proceeds from the service will be donated to the
Ogden Museum of Southern Art. In addition, Ogden representatives will be present to showcase and sell pieces from the “Art of The Cup” Exhibit.
Traditional English Tea--
A glass of sherry, sparkling wine, chardonnay, specialty cocktail or nonalcoholic cocktail.
A properly brewed pot of tea. English tea sandwiches: truffle egg salad, cucumber, smoked salmon, smoked turkey, curry chicken salad, & lobster salad. Black currant and walnut scones
with raspberry preserves, Devonshire cream, lemon curd, & vanilla bean whipped cream. A miniature cake, tartlet, chocolate covered strawberry, & truffle.
Live music, dance performances, second line, food, art, kid's activities and health fair.
In a City that celebrates everything, we say lets celebrate the end of hurricane season. And by celebrating, we contribute to the future preparedness of our city by raising awareness for evacuteer.org and the countless volunteers and community organizations who support our mission.
This year, 2014, we have even more to celebrate. The quietest hurricane season since 1982. The installation of EvacuSpots around New Orleans that now creatively mark evacuation pick-up points. Media coverage from around the country and the globe. The largest number of trained and specialized Evacuteers. And #ByeBye6 in a new, bigger venue, with bigger entertainment: Big Sam's Funky Nation, Wild Magnolias Mardi Gras Indians, Flow Tribe, To Be Continued Brass Band, Walker Landry Marching Band with performances by the Cherry Bombs and the Organ Ginders!
New Orleans artist and gallery-owner Chris Roberts-Antieau is hosting an opening reception on Saturday November 15,2014 to unveil her new collection entitled "Phantom Limb"
The Pieces included in "Phantom Limb" are all connected by themes of perception and individual reality, as well as loss and permanence. The title of the show comes from the "phantom limb phenomenon" in which amputees report physical sensations of the missing appendage.
The Opening will be held at Antieau Gallery located in the French Quarter at 927 Royal Street. The event will begin at 6 pm and conclude with a performance by New Orleans cellist Helen Gillet at 9pm. "Phantom Limb" will run from November 15th to December 20th, 2014. Antieau Gallery is open daily from 10 am to 8 pm.
Celebrate New Orleans' staying power and to honor three visionaries shaping our future with the Urban Conservancy and StayLocal. This year, we are thrilled to recognize the heroes behind some of New Orleans' most exciting legacy projects: Dwayne Boudreaux (Circle Food Store), Bart Everson (Friends of Lafitte Corridor), and Lee Stafford (Eat Local Challenge).
Please join us for delectable local food, drink, music, and inspiration. The Laissez Boys and Camel Toe Lady Steppers will help us keep it classy!
The 2014 Louisiana International Trade Gala is the World Trade Center of New Orleans' largest fundraiser of the year.
The Gala serves to celebrate Louisiana's international trade success. The annual Eugene J. Schreiber Award will also be presented to this years recipient Congressman Charles Boustany, Jr. MD.
The Gala will feature a silent and live auction, dinner and dancing, and live music from Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra.
Join us for this unforgettable event!
TROUPE LAYAYA PRESENTS ~ Dorothy's Adventures in OZ!
Come along as we follow Dorothy on her adventures in the land of Oz! This classic tale picks up when Dorothy steps from her farmhouse into Munchkinland and follows along as she meets new friends along the way, braves the Wicked Witch of the West, faces the mysterious Wizard of Oz and learns the lessons that she must know to get safely back home.
Saturday Nov. 15 doors 630pm - show 7pm.
Belle Chasse High School Auditorium
Ticket info: (504) 345-YAYA or www.Layaya.org
$5 Advance - $7 at Door
Shelby Bergeron - Dorothy
Sarah Hotard - Wicked Witch of the West
Alex Murden - Glinda the Good
Jackson Catron - The Scarecrow
John St Claire - The Tin Man
Peyton Pipher - The Lion
Blaine Mack - The Flying Monkey
Special Guest Star - Bart Pittari - The Wizard of Oz
A night of original ballet, short opera and music composed by Allen Hall.
On November 17th, Allen Hall will present a ballet and three short operas all composed this year and exposing the audience to see how they really feel about situations that just seem normal. He is proud to be featuring many local talented dancers and musicians such as Christine Johnson, Alex Richardson, Max Welch, and Jonathon Dacula, as well as many others.
The show will be at 9pm at Café Istanbul on St Claude. Ticket prices tba. Any questions, please contact Allen Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
A zany evening of whimsical wonder featuring engaging entertainment and delightful delectables to benefit Tulane Hillel!
Valet parking provided.
Patron Reception: 6:30pm - Party 7:30
“Schmancy” is a fundraising gala that will take place at the Goldie & Morris Mintz Center for Jewish Life on Thursday, November 20th. The event will feature delicious food catered by Harveen Khera of Hillel’s Kitchen, drinks, entertainment in the style of a 1920’s Speak Easy, and presentation of the first “Big Pastrami” award, honoring a young Tulane alumnus making an impact on the local community.
Tickets go on sale Sept. 18, 2014!
We are having our Annual Toys 4 Tots Poker Run and would like to know if you can place this event on your website or possibly some air play time.
GKMMC Chapter 105 Toys for Tots Annual Poker Run 22 November 2014. Southeast Louisiana’s Longest Poker Run (135 miles). Registration 9:30am at New Orleans Harley Davidson. Registration fees: $20.00 Rider--$15.00 Passenger.Stops include: Southside Café in Slidell; Ruby’s Road House in Mandeville; The Porch in Ponchatoula; Cypress Stump in LaPlace; NOLA Harley Davidson in Metairie. Music by NOLAfied; Bike Wash; 50/50, Auction and Prizes. Contact www.gk105mmc.org for more information
We are a 501(c)3 organization.
Sue "Tipzy" Freese
President, GKMMC 105
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Great Food, Music by Swingaroux & Judy Spellman, Spirits, Silent Auction and a GREAT Burlesque & Boyesque Show featuring Lady Ginger Licious, Charlotte Treuse, "The Princess of N.O. Burlesques, May Hemmer, Elle Dorado and Eros Sea as the Hot Boyesque, just to name a few! Dress to impress the local Celebrity Judges; Margarita Bergen w/Duchess Chiquita Linda, Edward R. Cox, and Barbara Spencer in Burlesques or Vintage Glam to compete in the costume contest! A benefit for the Humane Society of Louisiana. To buy tickets, please visit https://www.501auctions.com/furdeliscostumeball
Snake Oil is proud to bring you the Unholy Roller Revival, a burlesque variety show with the fire and brimstone of an old time Pentecostal tent revival, but with no pesky damnation & judgment. If you grew up religious, like to laugh when Jimmy Swaggart sleeps with hookers, or if you love music and burlesque, then this is the show for you! The Unholy Roller Revival takes you on a journey to a bygone era when dancing ladies, musicians, and sideshows traveled with religious revivals to towns far and wide, to entertain and save the public, while relieving them of a few dollars. This event pays homage to that era by rolling all of the music, dancing, sideshow, and gospel into one hilarious show that lampoons religion & is guaranteed to have you in the aisles, jumping up & down, and screaming, "HALLELUJAH"! With, St. Cecelia's Asylum Chorus, Dr. Sick's Sacred Sextette, Pastor Ben Wisdom, Little Luna, Ginger Licious, GoGo McGregor, & Lady Lucerne.
A holiday celebration--the event features the Bridge House and Grace House choirs, a celebrity M.C., light refreshments, and the reading of the names of those honored.
This is a free event.
FestivALES is a 6-hour, 5-stop, craft beer tasting tour through various venues on Freret St. Discover 28 unique beers from breweries across North America as you make your own route through the day.
Your $35 ticket includes 28 unique-3ounce beer pours along the route, a tasting passport & map and event t-shirt.
Host venues: Publiq House, Wayfare, Midway Pizza, Dat Dog and Gasa Gasa
New Orleans largest costumed wintertime festival kicks off the holiday spirit on December 13! Live Music by Category 6 and Big Sam's Funky Nation, several drink specials, and thousands of people!
Running of the Santas is the hottest costumed holiday tradition in the country where thousands of participants dress in their favorite Christmastime costumes to partake in revelry and merrymaking. The event starts at 3 pm at Barcadia at 601 Tchoupitoulas Street and moves to Generations Hall at 6 pm which is when the "fun run" occurs.
UPDATED LOCATION AND DATE: The UMOJA Committee is a 25 year old community organization dedicated to the education and cultural development of the children of Greater New Orleans. Comprised of volunteers that are retired teachers, health care providers and parents, together we host the Celebration of the African American Child which creates the "UMOJA VILLAGE" and enhances children’s self-esteem and models positive parenting skills and youthful creativity. Everything about this event happens because of donations of time, talents and funding. Join us at our Night of African Elegance Fundraiser that supports the UMOJA Village (Silver) 25th Anniversary Celebration of the African American Child in 2014!
Tickets prices: $40 Ad and Family package 2-Ad & 2-Ch $100
Sponsorship Packages are also available and are tax deductible.
Friends of the Cabildo is proud to announce a symposium in conjunction with the Bicentennial of the Battle of New Orleans Weekend (Saturday, January 10th). Held at the Old U.S. Mint 3rd Floor Performance Space, Dr. Alan Taylor, 2014 and 1996 Pulitzer Prize Winner in History and University of Virgina Thomas Jefferson Foundation Professor of History, will present on the War of 1812 and his newest book The Internal Enemy: Slavery and the War in Virginia, 1772-1832.
A panel discussion will take place with Dr. Lawrence Powell and Dr. Clarence Mohr, moderated by Dr. Charles Chamberlain. Other lecturers include Dr. Lo Faber, recent Princeton University graduate and visiting Loyola University-New Orleans Visiting Professor, United States Military Academy – The History of Warfare Historian Dr. Joseph Stoltz and more to be announced.
Space is limited for the event so please purchase tickets below.
The Krewe of Pork and Beads present the first Mardi Gras Ball of the 2016 season. The Cochon Cotillion is a wonderful party with food complements of many of New Orleans finest restaurants, a complimentary bar, silent auction, raffle, music and dancing. Costume and tacky attire is requested.
The event serves as a fundraiser for Bridge House / Grace House's substance abuse treatment program--provided regardless of one's ability to pay.