The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission event will exhibit the fundamental language of jazz and its rhythms, featuring the sounds of the Preservation Hall All-Stars, an ensemble comprised of legendary, traditional jazz masters that have toured internationally for over 50 years.
Restore the Mississippi River Delta, a coalition of several organizations, will present “Concert for the Coast” to help raise awareness about Louisiana’s coastal land loss crisis and the critical projects available to restore the coast.
Join the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission this Saturday for a bout of fun, fitness and live entertainment.
The Give and Live Bike Ride kicks off Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Gernon Brown Recreation Center, 1001 Harrison Ave. The event – which falls on Global Youth Service Day – is meant to celebrate and mobilize young people who seek to change communities through service.
The Greater Mid-City Business Association (GMCBA or Mid-City Biz) will host its monthly mixer for April this Tuesday, April 18. The mixer is open for community members and over 50 association members to eat, drink, and network with each other.
He is risen! As we celebrate the incredible journey of Holy Week, St. Peter’s Presbyterian Church invites you and your family to come experience the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and to hear again the good news of God’s saving grace for all humanity.
This week, St. Peter’s is hosting two services, a Tenebrae (Good Friday) service on Friday, April 14, at 6.30pm, and an Easter morning service on Sunday, April 16, at 9am. Both services will take place at 1222 N. Dorgenois Street, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, in Gaudet Hall.
This year’s annual Hike the Greenway event was marred by heavy rain and wind, but the party still drew a crowd.
More than 400 people braved the weather to trek the Greenway and learn more about Friends of Lafitte Greenway’s history, programs and future goals. The nonprofit also officially launched its membership campaign, A Path Forward.
Friends of Lafitte Greenway are offering up a free and fun way to get fit this Spring.
Free bilingual Zumba classes will be held every Tuesday as part of Friends’ Get Fit the Green Way program, which works to improve opportunities for health and wellbeing for all New Orleans residents and Lafitte Greenway communities.
Saturday’s rain and wind didn’t deter some folks from enjoying food, live music and local craft beer.
Rain or shine, the annual Hike the Greenway event goes on.
Saturday’s forecast calls for rain but Friends of Lafitte Greenway officials are still planning free guided hikes of the greenspace starting at 10 a.m. In the event of thunderstorms, the walking portion of the hike will be canceled, and all activities will be moved to Second Line Brewing Party at 11 a.m.
New at Three Palms
On top of $10 Steak Night on Thursdays, we’re now serving up
$5 Fish Plates every Friday!
Also this weekend:
Get funky with Ernie Vincent and the Top Notes this Saturday
Show starts at 9 p.m.
Sunday, we’ll be supporting the Let’s Clean Up the Neighborhood meetup with the Mid-City Tulane Banks Neighborhood Association from 9am–12 noon. We meet at S. Pierce and Ulloa, and we’ll have coffee and donuts.
Come On By!
Three Palms Bar & Grill
3813 Tulane Ave.
Open @4pm Wed–Mon