Jazz Fest is over but great things are still happening here in Faubourg St. John. Below are some posts from FSJNAdotORG posted over the last week:
What Makes a Neighborhood Great?
Come for coffee or come to help for a while! Help your neighbors, gab and laugh and plant or rake and sweep or mulch and play. Bring the kids to play, everyone is welcome! SATURDAY MORNING | MAY 12th | 9 am to NOON | 3456 Esplanade | SEE YOU THIS SATURDAY!
Rivers Gleason slept as his parents, Steve and Michel Gleason participated in the annual swim across Bayou St. John that takes place after the Thursday Jazz Fest.
More Sculpture in Fortier Park
Household Hazardous Materials Collection Day | Saturday, May 12, 2012
French Marianetti, a new resident of Faubourg St. John restored the historic sign on the bayou
Mayor Landrieu announced all streetlights in New Orleans will be fixed by 2013!
Check out the margarita contest at Pal’s
Mark your calendar for the Bayou Boogaloo! | May 18-20
Bayou Boogaloo Poster
CRAWFISH BOIL Saturday, May 19th Advance tickets only $25 per person.
Old waterfall dam to be removed
Who Lived in Your House in 1940?
Win a Fiat!
Check out some history
“It’s not about the blocked punt or the Superbowl ring. It’s about the relationships, love and what you do when you walk out of this room.” – Steve Gleason
The Mid City Cyclones AAU Basketball Organization is sponsoring its 1st Annual Golf Tournament on June 1, 2012 at City Park Golf Club. As the organization grows, the number of young boys participating in the program continues to grow as well. So this year, all funds raised will go towards the Mid-City Cyclones’ program and Team Gleason, Steve Gleason’s foundation to raise awareness towards ALS.
Frank Relle installs giant photos
The eyes are watching you!
Councilmember Palmer, who represents District C held a photo contest.
FEMA has announced $40.1 million in federal funding for recovery efforts in Louisiana
I like crimemapping.com because it gives me an instant picture of where crime is in relation to where I live. If you are interested in seeing a map of crimes in our area:
Faubourg St. John neighbor, Vivian Cahn would like you to know that FEAST NOLA is a community dinner that unites creative, civic-minded individuals to invest in ideas and inspire action.