Everyday beginning this past Monday April 20, 2015
The Country Club, "gem of the Bywater," now shines even brighter. Chef Maryjane Rosas has provided New Orleanians with weekday Brunch! We can now all have BRUNCH for lunch. You no longer have to wait for the weekend to get your brunch on.
Finally! Now we’ll be serving brunch in addition to our usual lunch menu Monday through Friday 10am-4pm!
Check out the attached menu. We can't wait for everyone to come on in for a bloody mary or mimosa and a scrumptious meal!
And, what does everyone want to eat late at night? Grilled Cheese. Our new “LATE NIGHT CHEESE” menu is a thing of Country Club kitchen pride and joy. It's fully loaded with cheese every way you can eat it. Our late night menu continues to be served after restaurant dining hours: Sun.-Thurs beginning at 9pm, & Fri. & Sat. beginning at 10pm.
As usual we've also just released our latest spring/summer dinner & weekend brunch menus, which you can find on our website.
Gallery open 10 - 6pm daily closed Tuesdays
The Foundation Gallery is excited to present House: Group Exhibition with Andrew Lamar Hopkins, Ben Hamburger, Marta Maleck, Loren Schwerd, Daniel J. Victor, and Shawn Waco.
Opening Reception: September 4th from 6 - 10pm
Exhibition up through October 30th, 2015
25% of proceeds from the show, as well as the gallery shop, will be donated to Blights Out, collaborative and creative model for development that shares the tools for New Orleans residents to build the destinies of their own neighborhoods.
(Fall Break Oct. 7 and Thanksgiving Break Nov. 25)
During this 12-week course participants will gain experience with basic conversational Spanish through vocal and instrumental music and movement games guided by a bilingual instructor. All levels are welcome! This course will cover basic vocabulary and common phrases.
For additional information about the course and facilitator, please visit musicollaborative.org.
Note: If you prefer to register offline, call 504-942-7606. Sibling discounts apply. Information on NOLA Timebank exchange or limited tuition assistance is available via email@example.com or by calling the number above.
In this non-audition performance class musicians ages 7-12 will enjoy weekly vocal and instrumental ensemble music making in a joyous, non-competitive atmosphere culminating in a performance for friends and family. The weekly rehearsals will build technical facility and augment musicianship while emphasizing creativity, improvisation and collaboration. In addition to voice, percussion, and music theory study, a keyboard, guitar and electric bass are available upon request to musicians with at least one year of prior experience. Students of woodwind, brass, or string instruments are invited to bring them to the rehearsals as well. Participants may be invited to participate in public performances at area festivals in the spring.
Information on prorated tuition based on anticipated absences, NOLA Timebank exchange, payment plans and limited tuition assistance are available upon request (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(Fall Break Oct. 10 and Thanksgiving Break Nov. 28)
The course is designed for 6- and 7-year olds to enjoy weekly opportunities to sing, move, play and create together in a small, mixed-age group setting. (*5-year-olds who have completed at least 2 semesters of Music Foundations Playgroup or one semester of Music FUNdamentals may also register.)
All sessions integrate vocal music, hand percussion and mallet percussion, movement and basic music literacy. In addition to group music making facilitated by a certified music educator, time is allowed for instrumental exploration and music theory game play. Diverse repertoire will be selected from world music as well as the Crescent City soundtrack.
Information on prorated tuition based on anticipated absences, NOLA Timebank exchange, payment plans and limited tuition assistance are available upon request (email@example.com)
Weekdays, Nights & Saturdays!
Register today! Fall Session: Sept. 14-Nov. 21
We offer a wide variety of courses at various proficiency levels and for all interests.
Our classes never have more than 12 students to ensure a personalized, student-centered experience.
Our teachers are native French speakers, fully qualified to teach French as a second language.
Take the Placement Test on our website to find your level, see all classes & register!
Also come to our OPEN HOUSE on Saturday, August 21st 1-3pm
Fri at 5:30pm-12am
Sat and Sun at 12pm-12am
The NOLA Horror Film Fest is committed to celebrating the craft and advancing the art form of horror genre films. The films and shorts that are screened during the Festival are chosen by film critics and filmmakers by vote at the end of July. We will publicly announce the chosen films to be shown at this year’s Festival mid-August and will feature outstanding films of the genre by emerging filmmakers.
The NOHFF is open to the public and tickets will be available in advance (mid-August) thru our website or at door the day of Festival. Single screening tickets are $10 ($8 in advance), Day Passes will be available from $20 - $40, Weekend Passes for $75 or Weekend VIP passes for $150.
9/28-11/16, Mondays 6:45-8 or 8:15-9:30
Performance: 11/21, 2pm (1:00 Sound Check) at the Old U.S. Mint
Adult musicians with at least 1 year of experience on their instrument 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 (KhariAllenLee.com), this 8-week course and concert will survey music from the New Orleans diaspora. We will offer two sections to accommodate different levels of experience--a 6:45-8:00 Trad ensemble (especially for less experienced players) and an 8:15-9:30 survey course (recommended for more experience musicians and/or advanced alums).
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 504-942-7606.
Proceeds will benefit Musicollaborative's children's programs to assist in the purchase of new instruments and support the scholarship fund.
Fri, Sat, and Sun 8:00pm
New Orleans’ resident ballet company, the Marigny Opera Ballet, will open its second season at the Marigny Opera House with a world premiere: Orfeo—a full-length ballet choreographed by Maya Taylor, with a specially commissioned score by Tucker Fuller. Music Director Francis Scully will conduct the 13-piece chamber orchestra, and Academy Award-winning designer C. Robert Holloway will oversee the design of lighting, sets and costumes.
Starts Friday at noon, ends Sunday at 5pm.
This three-day fete celebrates science fiction, fantasy and related literary, artistic and media genres and fans of those genres in a city renowned for celebrating the literary arts. The roster of events and offerings include panels and programs on writing, and publishing, gaming (role-playing, miniatures, electronic, and live action role-playing), art, film and animation, costuming, music, fannish-history and the future of technology and space exploration. Over 45 authors, artists, musicians, and other guests will be in attendance, with a full roster of panels, parties, concerts, and gaming activities. For more information and to register, go to www.contraflowscifi.org.
October 24 and 25, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily
Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage, Arts, Crafts, Food & Live Music
More than 200 booths
Live Music Schedule: DJ Professor Possum, Reid Soria - Autism Sings, TiJonne Reyes Jazz Trio, Messy Cookers, Tuba Skinny, Pooyai, Overboard, Stoney B Blues
November 4-22, Faux/Real Festival
November 4, Opening Night Party, 7pm-11pm, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art
Faux/Real is an all-new arts festival from November 4-22 in the city of New Orleans that celebrates the creative artists of Theatre, Literature, Food, and Drink. Our mission is to curate three weeks of top-tier performances, readings, tastings, and parties in one of the most thrilling and unique cities on Planet Earth: New Orleans. New Orleans is a city of experiences-a place where the event is the thing and you have to be there to believe it. Faux/Real’s aim is to provide these one-of-a-kind experiences for a wide, diverse, and adventurous audience as well as to provide a wonderful resource for theatre artists, writers, chefs, and bartenders to show off their stuff on an international stage.