Exciting things are happening in Faubourg St. John.
Did you notice the addition to the Fortier Festival sign at Mystery and Esplanade? It says Tony Green and the Gyspy Jazz will also be playing on April 14th in Fortier Park. With Walter “Wolfman” Washington playing first and Tony Green ending this will be one Fortier Fest you don’t want to miss!
Thursday, April 14th at 6 pm
Fortier Park Festival
3100 Esplanade at Mystery Street
New Orleans, LA 70119
Bob McGuire says the passes below are just one of the many great
things you’ll see in the silent auction at the Fortier Fest this Thursday!
(2) Voodoo Fest 3 day passes with parking and LOA Lounge V.I.P. passes. Valued at $1000.00
And, just two days later the Boilin’ for the Bridges event will take place at 2857 Maurepas. Click on the graphics below for more information:
Also on April 16th everyone will be hiking the Lafitte Corridor. Click the graphic below for more information:
This event will take place on Jefferson Davis Parkway at Orleans Avenue in beautiful Faubourg St. John!
The Louisiana Bucket Brigade is hosting this year’s New Orleans Earth Day Festival and Green Business Expo!
The event takes place April 17th from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm and includes music, food, craft vendors, kids activities, NGO and sponsor tables, a raffle and more!
If you have experience planning an event, working with non-profits, or just want to get involved- WE NEED YOUR HELP! Learn the ins and outs of planning an event that thousands will attend! We have positions for: – logistics/setup – promotion/outreach – vendor coordination – day-of staff Benefits for Volunteers include: – event planning experience, non-profit reference – free food and drinks at the event – a chance to shape the event with your own ideas or connections Our first Volunteer Meeting will be on Wednesday, March 16th at 6:00 pm at the LA Bucket Brigade office. 4226 Canal St.
Please contact Jenna De Lisle: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Office (504) 484-3433
Cell: (619) 519-3928
April 17th, 2011
8:30 a.m. Palm Sunday service dedicated to BP oil spill victims
9 a.m. Bike ride leaves festival grounds
9:30 a.m. Local bands begin on sponsors’ stage
10 a.m. Food, beer, sponsor activities, crafts, kids’ activities begin
10:15 a.m. Tour de Mid-City pub crawl begins
11 a.m. Earth Day Welcome
1:30 p.m. Social Aid & Pleasure Club second line to sponsors’ stage
12:15-6 p.m. Music at the sponsors’ stage