GNO Pagan Pride Day Festival 2014

GNO PAGAN  PRIDE DAY FESTIVAL 2014 Celebrate “The City of TRUE MAGICK!” at GNOPPD FEST 2014. Voodoo, Wicca, Santeria, Native American and other Pagan spirituality will be honored at this all day family event. This year GNOPPD has grown into a full sized festival event at Washington Square Park. Guest of Honor is author and […]

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SCI HIGH HELPS LAUNCH LOUISIANA GREEN SCHOOLS CHALLENGE

SCI HIGH HELPS LAUNCH LOUISIANA GREEN SCHOOLS CHALLENGE The U.S. Green Building Council’s Louisiana Chapter kicked off the 2014 Green Schools Challenge, a program that encourages students across the state to developsustainability projects for their schools in the name of friendly competition. About 40 people gathered – USGBC Louisiana staff and volunteers, students and public – at a press […]

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Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live

THNOC participating in Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live! Sixteen Louisiana institutions offering free admission or tours for one day only   August 2014 | New Orleans, LA — On Saturday, Sept. 27, The Historic New Orleans Collection will be among 16 Louisiana museums participating in Smithsonian magazine’s Museum Day Live! 2014, offering free admission to anyone who downloads an online ticket. An annual […]

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Music Business Development Workshop Series

Music Business Development Workshop Series Announced for Music Industry Entrepreneurs Presented by Tipitina’s Foundation, Louisiana Economic Development & The Recording Academy   On Wednesday, September 10, Tipitina’s Foundation will begin a month-long series of workshops for music industry professionals at its Music Office Co-Op located at 4040 Tulane Ave. Making Business of Your Band, is a […]

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Jacque St. Germaine, infamous New Orleans Vampire, returns to the French Quarter

Jacque St. Germaine, infamous New Orleans Vampire, returns to the French Quarter  Boutique du Vampyre, located at 709 ½ St. Ann Street, in the French Quarter, will be welcoming notorious 18th Century vampire, St. Germaine, to the boutique as it’s resident fortune teller. However, St. Germaine will be safely behind glass in a fortune cabinet. Thursday, September […]

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Masquerade: Running With The Bulls

Junior Committee of the Women’s Guild of the New Orleans Opera Association Masquerade: Running With The Bulls     The Junior Committee of the Women’s Guild continues its largest annual fundraiser for the second year in its new form as a Masquerade!  After a very successful previous year, the Masquerade event continues this year with […]

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Louisiana SPCA Continues to Rebuild

Louisiana SPCA Continues to Rebuild Nine Years after Hurricane Katrina Organization receives donations from The Humane Society of the United States and others     Almost a decade after Hurricane Katrina, the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Louisiana SPCA) is diligently working to regain the capacity lost when the former shelter located in […]

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The Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana

The Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Louisiana The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana are eagerly preparing to re-open the Clubs for the 2014-2015 program year.  As your children are preparing to return to school, we are conducting our annual maintenance process, and preparing our facilities in Covington, New Orleans, Slidell, and Gretna. […]

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FAIR GROUNDS ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF INFIELD AND PADDOCK VIDEO SCREENS

FAIR GROUNDS ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF INFIELD AND PADDOCK VIDEO SCREENS Fair Grounds’ today announced that it is partnering with Coogan and Coogan, Inc., a Mandeville-based electronic video screen and scoreboard provider, for the purchase and installation of two new over-sized high-definition video screens for the historic track. “We are excited about the ongoing and continued […]

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Ogden’s Docent Training

OGDEN MUSEUM OF SOUTHERN ART ANNOUNCES Ogden’s DOCENT TRAINING Four Wednesday Sessions: September 17, 24, October 1, & 8 10 AM – 12 PM Become a key member of the Ogden Museum team by serving as a Docent! An Ogden Museum of Southern Art Docent is a volunteer tour guide who helps visitors “See the South” at the Museum, through […]

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New Orleans Events

Where Ya’t from NewOrleansLocal.com!!! 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 NewOrleansLocal.com. NewOrleansLocal.com 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

New Orleans Local Website Design
By: PlanetGuide.com