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  • Social Mix

    Social Mix Is a late night networking mixer targeting professionals of New Orleans. If you are looking to let down your hair, have a drink or two, and dance in a safe environment with like minded people, this is the spot for you. Admission is free before 11pm w/RSVP. 

    …the motto is Love.Live.Dance

  • Creole Bounce Fitness

    Indulge in soul wellness every Saturday in August at the Market! Join MoeJoe and special guests for an empowered hour of Louisiana dance, music, and world rhythms that tie into New Orleans culture. Reward yourself with a cold beverage from the Bolden Bar after.

    The event is $5 and open to the public.

  • Creole Bounce Fitness

    Indulge in soul wellness every Saturday in August at the Market! Join MoeJoe and special guests for an empowered hour of Louisiana dance, music, and world rhythms that tie into New Orleans culture. Reward yourself with a cold beverage from the Bolden Bar after.

    The event is $5 and open to the public.

  • Instagram for Business - Intermediate Class

    Learn how to leverage the power of social media marketing for your business or organization! As a continuation of StayLocal’s Social Media Summer Camp, they will be hosting “Instagram for Business” sessions with FSC Interactive. They’ll teach you how to leverage the power of social media marketing for your business or organization. There will be two sessions, Thursday will be for beginners and Friday will be for advanced users. You’re invited to attend both sessions or choose one based on your skill level.

    Basic Seminar
    Join Mary Kate as she walks you through the basics of Instagram, from hashtags to growing your audience. Learn all the tips and tricks on building a successful Instagram platform for your small business!

    Both sessions are free and open to to the public, however, attendees must RSVP. Coffee & light breakfast will be provided.

  • Instagram for Business - Advance Class

    Learn how to leverage the power of social media marketing for your business or organization! As a continuation of StayLocal’s Social Media Summer Camp, they will be hosting “Instagram for Business” sessions with FSC Interactive. They’ll teach you how to leverage the power of social media marketing for your business or organization. There will be two sessions, Thursday will be for beginners and Friday will be for advanced users. You’re invited to attend both sessions or choose one based on your skill level.

    Advanced Seminar
    Developing an Instagram strategy can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Join Angela as she reveals advanced techniques on how brands are nailing it on one of the most popular photo and video sharing platforms. You’ll walk out with insights on growing your audience, building brand awareness, engagement plus more.

    Both sessions are free and open to to the public, however, attendees must RSVP. Coffee & light breakfast will be provided.

  • On with the Dance

    THE LULA ELZY NEW ORLEANS DANCE THEATRE 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

    “On With the Dance”
    The Lula Elzy Dance Theatre is one of the first African-American-led modern dance companies in the history of New Orleans. It has consistently fostered collaborations with some of the finest dancers, choreographers and musicians in New Orleans. The celebration of the company’s 25th Anniversary also provides an occasion for the city to review its cultural gains and losses over the same period and to reflect on parts of our cultural legacy that we must sustain and advance. The program also includes special guest artist, MKProject.

    This is a ticketed event.

  • Creole Bounce Fitness

    Indulge in soul wellness every Saturday in August at the Market! Join MoeJoe and special guests for an empowered hour of Louisiana dance, music, and world rhythms that tie into New Orleans culture. Reward yourself with a cold beverage from the Bolden Bar after.

    The event is $5 and open to the public.

  • There's No Place Like Home

    The New Orleans Women & Children’s Shelter is hosting its 3rd annual “There’s No Place Like Home” fundraiser and patron party. The annual fundraiser helps the shelter further its mission of helping homeless women and children escape poverty and transition to self-sustainability. Musical guests include Andrew Bohren, Soul Brass Band, and Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes. 
     
    To purchase tickets to the event or for information about sponsorship opportunities, please call 504-962-6697 or visit NOWCS.org.

  • VenturePOP!

    VenturePOP is a two-day conference designed to gather creatives with the guts and grit to grow their business. This September, a group of ambitious creative entrepreneurs will join forces under one mission: TO TAKE THEIR BUSINESS TO THE NEXT LEVEL. VenturePop is built to teach and inspire unconventional businesses at every stage of the game. You’ll learn from a curated group of national speakers that run thriving businesses of their own.

    This is a ticketed event.

  • Peoples Health Wellness Center: Sex and the Senior

    Sex is a natural, healthy part of life. Learn more about the misconceptions and facts about sex and intimacy in our senior years.

    For more information or to make a reservation by phone, please call (800) 561-4127, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Telephone device for the hearing impaired users may call 711. Registration is free and open to the public.

  • Live Nation Presents: Plastic Cup Boyz

    Live Nation Presents: Plastic Cup Boyz! The comedic trio (Joey Wells, Will Spank Horton and Na’im Lynn) have traveled the world supporting Kevin Hart in the world of comedy and on the party scene. These three individuals make up a team of today’s best comedy talents. Whether it’s performing in front of 15,000 people in an arena or having a few drinks after the show.

    This is a ticketed event.

  • Purple Pants Party

    The Ian G. Thompson Foundation was founded in honor of Ian G. Thompson who passed away from pancreatic cancer December 30, 2012. He battled the disease for almost ten months. In the wake of his passing, his wife, Jane Morgan, and daughter, Eliana Thompson, setup the foundation to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer in the Greater New Orleans and Southern Louisiana communities. And to provide information and a platform for others affected by this disease to connect. The purpose of the Ian G. Thompson Foundation is to first – raise awareness, and second – raise funds for research, in the local community. Annually, the foundation hosts the Purple Pants Party, which is the primary fundraiser for the foundation. The next chance to Party in Purple is almost here!

    This is a ticketed event.