Need plans this weekend? June 24-26 10 things to do around New Orleans | Entertainment / Life

There is some fun for everyone in the family this weekend, starting with NOLA Family Fun Day.


Rachel Cook and the regeneration band perform on stage at Canal Plaza Jack Daniels on Thursday, April 21, 2022, the first day of the French Quarter Fest in New Orleans. The festival will run until April 24. (Photo by Sofia Germer,, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)

Faubourg Brewing Co. Co-hosted the Mardi Gras Indian Council for hosting. Nola Family Day Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fauborg Brewing Co., 3501 Jourdan Rd., New Orleans. The program includes free live music and local food vendors such as Valerie’s Snowballs and PV’s Crab Cake. Actors include Keedy Black, Sporty Brass Band, DJ Fiyo, and Reachell and Regeneration Band. The first 100 guests will receive a free beer. Check out more here.

Kevin Ariello, 8, front, Jessica Chiang, 8, left, and Anthony Dennis, 9, laugh as Ms. Perley’s second-grade class dances and moves with Janice Brooks Gallath of Louisiana’s Young Audience (YALA). By means of bees and pollination. ), At Bonilla A St. Val Elementary in Harvey, Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Louisiana’s young audience won a grant to integrate the arts into elementary education at six Jefferson Parish schools.

Start your family morning with educational fun. Yala Super Summer The interactive arts experience will take place on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. at Lift Greenway, Foot Lot. The event is designed for children 8 years and under. They can participate in singling, handicraft activities, and sign up for their first library card. All children will receive a free book, breakfast, activity packet and gift. The event is free but registration is required. Check out more here.

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Water is kept in this bromled cup.

The River Ridge Bromeliad Society is hosting its annual event. Bromled show and sale Friday at 4pm at Lakeside Shopping Center, near Macy’s. There will be plants for sale to club members and a Florida commercial farmer. Check out more here.


Taxes erected a memorial for the victims of the fire attack on the Upstairs Lounge in the French Quarter of New Orleans on Thursday, June 24, 2021. The Upstairs Lounge, a popular gay bar above Jamani, was destroyed in the blaze. During Pride Weekend 1973. The attack killed 32 people. (Photo by Sofia Jarmer,, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)

Join the community as they commemorate the 32 members of the LGBTQ + community who lost their lives in the Upstairs Lounge Fire on June 24, 1973. Upstairs Lounge Fire Memorial Friday at 7pm at 141 Charters St., New Orleans. Find out more here.


Xavier University Convocation Center on Tuesday, May 31, 2022. (Photo by Max Beecher,, The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate)

Get help finding your next internship or career opportunity Saturday at 10am Career Expo At Xavier University Convocation Center. At the event you can talk to representatives from a variety of industries, including healthcare, IT, transportation, cooking, and more. Recent graduates and experienced professionals are all encouraged to stop. Check out more here.


Matthew Hunton – Dorothy Zhang smiles as she catches a Pokemon on the Pokemon Go app in Jackson Square when she arrives in New Orleans, LA. Walking around the French Quarter on Tuesday, July 12, 2016. The app also uses GPS. It’s time to tell a player where and when he’s in the game and show the Pokemon moving around on the phone screen. Players can then get Pokemon by moving their fingers on the screen. Nintendo’s proprietary franchise, which was popular in the 1990’s, has once again spread around the world. A new version of “Pokemon Fever” has been created through this app.

Put on your shoes, grab your phone and join the search. Pokemon Go Community Day Saturday at 11 a.m. in Jackson Square. There will be thousands of trainers in the three-hour program to catch Pokemon and win free merchandise. Representatives from games app developer Niantic will also attend. Check out more here.

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Happy Raptor Distillery.

Help LGBTQ + vendors and artists on Pride market Saturday and Sunday at Happy Ripter Distilling, 1512 Carondlett St., New Orleans. There will be food, music and much more in the bazaar from noon to 6 pm. Check out more here.

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At the Paradigm Garden, Sunday morning plant sales will include food, music and arts vendors.

Of Paradigm Gardens Sunday Market It’s best to rearrange the weekend at 8 a.m. at Paradigm Gardens. Guests can enjoy breakfast, relax with a chair massage, and shop with local arts and crafts vendors. Award-winning chefs, David of Resurrection Gardens, will serve fresh juices and coffee. Registration required. Check out more here.

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Party goers dance.

Calling all the elders! The New Orleans Recreation Development Commission is hosting for the first time. Seniors sock hop Lift Greenway, 500 North Norman C at the station on Sunday at 2 p.m. Frances Blue D. Dance is open to seniors 60 and older. Admission, food and drinks are all free. Check out more here.

The Columbia St. Bloc party continues all summer.

The owner of a motorcycle and the owner of a classic car discuss the respective merits of each at the intersection of Columbia Street where the cars are located and Lockwood Street where the motorcycles are located in the city of Covington in the 2017 Columbia Street Block Party. Photo by Ann Benoit

The Coventry Business Association is occupying the block. Columbia Street Block Party Sunday at 6 p.m. in the 200-500 blocks of Columbia Street in Covington. Classic cars, live music, retail, and food vendors will be at the free event. The Kiwani Club of Greater Cowington will also sell snacks and drinks to raise funds for the charity. Check out more here.

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