New Orleans saw tremendous growth in population and in popular perception during World War II.
The year 1919 was bracketed by two events that signaled the intertwining of tourism and preservation that persists in our city to this day.
This special event will feature a silent auction, live music, delicious cuisine, fabulous libations and picturesque views of the river from inside the the Riverview Room.
On June 7, we’ll open the doors of our 1830s Creole cottage to members, neighbors, and friends. Come on over for a drink on us!
Make this Mother’s Day extra special by bringing mom to our annual concert in Cabrini Park.
We are featuring an informative look at the State Historic Tax Credit program featuring James Rolf, Director of Planning and Preservation for the Louisiana Recovery School District.
Our springtime events have been truly magical, so get ready for our next At Home in the Vieux Carré! This charming bracket shotgun double overlooking Cabrini Park will be hosted by owners Jane Cooper and Bob Heaps.
Please join us for another At Home in the Vieux Carré! This beautifully renovated Creole townhouse features a cozy courtyard, a sunroom, and a balcony featuring stunning views of the Quarter and CBD.
The evening before St. Joseph’s Day, Elizabeth Schiro Parent will delve into the lives of 20th-century Sicilian immigrants in the French Quarter.
Please join us for the At Home in the Vieux Carré: Mardi Gras Edition! Come join in the seasonal celebration with wine and bubbles. Costumes highly encouraged.
Please join us for the At Home in the Vieux Carré season kickoff: Holiday Edition! There will be a cozy house, plenty of food, wine and bubbles, and a farewell speech by our outgoing Executive Director, Meg Lousteau.
New Orleans music historian Jack Stewart will explore the lives of Italian-Americans in the French Quarter through the lens of famed 20th century sound engineer and FQ business owner Cosimo Matassa.