12th Annual Parade
Ladies of Unity King 2018: Tony
Miss Queen Diva Laurita
Special Guest: 2017 Men of Unity Queen Jacquelyn Williams and Her Royal Court
START at 2700 Valence St. Proceed down Valence Street to Magnolia Street.
Make a left on Magnolia to Napoleon...
New Orleans remains the incarceration capital of the world.
The Right to Counsel, a basic 6th amendment right, is still in jeopardy and
mass incarceration and institutional discrimination plague our criminal
justice system. It is time for true reform.
Join the second lin...
Sudan Social and Pleasure Club
34th Annual Parade
Formation time 11:30a
Parade Time 12 noon-4p
START at Treme Center (900 Villere St). Down N. Villere St. to Gov. Nicholls
RIGHT on Gov. Nicholls St. to Henriette Delille St. (Queen Toast)
RIGHT on Henriette Delille St....
YOUNG MEN OLYMPIAN JUNIOR
BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, INC.
133rd ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY PARADE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2017, 1-5PM SHARP
Dedicated to the memory of Bro. James Williams and Bro. Cyrus Russ and James
START Young Men Olympian Junior Benevolent Associatio...
Good Fellas Social & Pleasure Club
Anniversary Second Line
Sunday, September 17, 2017 at 1p
START at St. Charles Ave & Josephine. Continue St. Charles to Jackson Ave.
Turn right on Jackson to Brainard Street. Turn left on Brainard Street to
Dryades Street. Turn right on Se...
Isaac “Mr. Ike” Edward, 94, the oldest living Mardi Gras Indian, died
Wednesday, July 5, 2017, in Heritage Manor Nursing of Houma Nursing Home.
Born in 1923, he said that he first became fascinated by the Mardi Gras
Indians who danced through his Uptown neighborhood. Edward...