Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon

Annual Go Red For Women Luncheon Highlights the Fight Against the Leading Killer of Women, Heart Disease Local women take action to uncover the truth about heart disease, the #1 killer of New Orleans Women     WHO: The American Heart Association   WHAT: Go Red For Women Luncheon   WHEN: Friday, February 6 10:00- […]

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Leprecrawl – Leprechaun Pub Crawl

Leprecrawl – Leprechaun Pub Crawl The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is the first ever Leprechaun pub-crawl in New Orleans, a new addition to the St. Patrick’s Day calendar of events. Leprecrawl brings the pub-crawl party to Faubourg St John and Mid-City on March 7, 2015. Music, costume contests, discounts, and […]

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38th Annual Julia Jump

38th Annual Julia Jump Save the Date to Celebrate Preservation Resource Center’s 38th Annual Julia Jump – Our City, Our Home – Presented by First NBC Bank   Funds raised support PRC’s efforts to protect New Orleans’ architectural heritage   WHO: Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans (PRC)   WHAT:                  Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans (PRC) […]

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Bywater Book Club: A Confederacy of Dunces

Bywater Book Club: A Confederacy of Dunces The wildly popular Brooklyn-based music series is launching a New Orleans chapter in the Bywater on January 30th at 9pm at the Allways Lounge. Local singer/songwriters will perform original music all about the hilarious Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “A Confederacy of Dunces” by John Kennedy Toole. These will be […]

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YALA Free Professional Development Series

Young Audiences of Louisiana to Host Free Professional Development Series for Arts Educators  Russell Granet, Executive Director of the Lincoln Center Institute to speak January 26   On Monday, January 26, 2pm, at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, 4521 Saint Charles Ave., Young Audiences of Louisiana and Sacred Heart will host a Professional Development Series for […]

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“Final Rights 6″ a work by Yotam Haber

“Final Rights 6″ a work by Yotam Haber WHAT: New Orleans Airlift presents “Final Rights 6″ a work by Yotam Haber performed by brass musicians of the LPO and featuring a collaboration with the New Orleans East Van Hahn Lion Dance Team all performed in front of a live interactive sound installation, Alterpiece, by Taylor […]

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Family Gras 2015

Family Gras 2015 February 6-8, 2015 Family Gras is the perfect getaway for family. Family Gras traditionally takes place on the neutral ground (median) of Veterans Memorial Boulevard across from Lakeside Shopping Center in Metairie, Louisiana. An ideal location to see the pageantry of Mardi Gras and enjoy the outdoor concerts with Live Music on […]

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Loyola Jazz Underground presents Tony Dagradi “Gemini Rising”

Loyola Jazz Underground presents Tony Dagradi “Gemini Rising” 7:30 PM Thursday January 22 Tony Dagradi is one of the preeminent saxophonists in America.  A master of modern jazz styling, Tony has a reputation for endlessly interesting improvisations.  As a founding member of Astral Project, Tony has been on the forefront of modern jazz composition, recording […]

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Homeless Veterans Hold Art Show and Exhibit

Homeless Veterans Hold Art Show and Exhibit  Lisa Carey of Veterans Housing Outreach Ministries which houses, feed and clothe homeless, disabled, seniors and female vets is sponsoring an Art and Exhibit Show to support homeless veterans in St. Charles Parish Westbank Regional Library located at 105 Lakewood Drive Luling, La.70070 for the entire month of January. More than a dozen […]

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Friends of LOOP MLK Day Climb

Friends of LOOP MLK Day Climb The Friends of LOOP want YOU to join them on the MLK Day Climb promotional event!  Support the Louisiana Outdoors Outreach Program (LOOP) by joining the climb! LOOP’s highly trained staff will be on hand as you step up to New Orleans’ only high ropes challenge course.  An RSVP is […]

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New Orleans Events

Where Ya’t from!!! You know you are a New Orleans Local if you know what I mean when I say ‘we’re makin’ groceries or I ask how’s your mam-ane’m’, and that’s who Brett and Cheryl Bauman and WVUE FOX8 are. New Orleans is a city that you just can’t help but fall in love with; from its history and culture, to its fine cuisine that can only be described as uniquely Nawlins. We wanted to give us Locals a single resource guide that describes all of the fascinating things that our city has to offer to us every day and we have done it through the creation of is a New Orleans Event Calendar website that is designed on three words: Simple, Complete, and Local. New Orleanians have no single source to go to, to find out what is happening around in the city. Normally, we just ask our friends where they are going or try to sift through the endless internet. We have solved this problem with a simple-to-use Calendar. The calendar is arranged by events that are organized by date into categories such as Music, Food, and Festivals.  So, if you want to know what is happening this weekend in the music world, you can select the music category on the calendar and find out who is playing where in the city. If you don’t know what you want to do this week, you can check out our top picks for the week of fun things to do. If you have a fun event that you recommend, submit your event to us and we will add it to our calendar. It is that simple.

New Orleans Events Calendar

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