Upcoming Events

  • Mayoral Forum to Be Held September 19 at Loyola University New Orleans

     

    Join us for a mayoral forum where the three leading mayoral candidates will address questions surrounding the theme “Shaping a Livable Historic City: The Challenges of Calling New Orleans Home.” 

     

    The event, free and open to the public, will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 in Nunemaker Auditorium, floor 3 of Monroe Hall, at Loyola, 6363 St. Charles Ave. Free parking will be available on the campus of Loyola on the night of the event at the West Road Parking Deck. 

     

    The invited candidates will address the future of the city of New Orleans on the eve of its Tricentennial. Discussion topics include housing costs and density, short-term rentals and the impact of tourism on neighborhoods, enforcement of the master plan and zoning law, preservation and its economic effect, infrastructure, and transportation.

     

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    Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 7:00pm
    Nunemaker Auditorium, Fl 3 of Monroe Hall
    6363 St. Charles Ave.
    New Orleans, LA
  • Join Louisiana Landmarks Society

    Thursday, October 5th at 6pm

    At Central St. Matthew United Church of Christ

    located at 1333 S. Carrollton Ave. 

     

    In 1828, a teenaged Abraham Lincoln guided a flatboat down the Mississippi River to New Orleans. The adventure marked his first visit to a major city and exposed him to the nation's largest slave marketplace. It also nearly cost him his life, in a nighttime attack in the Louisiana plantation country. That trip, and a second one in 1831, would form the two longest journeys of Lincoln's life, his only visits to the Deep South, and his foremost experience in a racially, culturally, and linguistically diverse urban environment. Lincoln in New Orleans: The 1828-1831 Flatboat Voyages and Their Place in History reconstructs, to levels of detail and analyses never before attempted, the nature of those two journeys and examines their influence on Lincoln's life, presidency, and subsequent historiography.

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    Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 6:00pm
    Central St. Matthew United Church of Christ
    1333 S. Carrollton Ave.
    New Orleans, LA
  • SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 4 - 7 PM

    At the Pitot House on Bayou St. John

    Honoring Patricia H. Gay for her Lifetime Contribution to Historic Preservation

    Jazz in the Garden - Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the First Jazz Recording

    With Music by the Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble

    Buy a Ticket Today! 

    Individual Ticket: $75

    35 and Under: $35

    Sunday, October 22, 2017 - 4:00pm
    Pitot House
    1440 Moss St.
    New Orleans, LA 70119