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The Louisiana Children’s Museum celebrates 14 years of “CHAIRish the Children.”
The Youth Leadership Council honors 25 Role Models
Tales of the Cocktail celebrates a decade of toasts.
The Historic New Orleans Collection hosts its “2012 Antique Forum Dinner.”
Girl Scouts Council of Louisiana East honors 100 years of serving 23 Louisiana parishes.
New Orleans Magazine celebrates its Top Female Achievers of 2012
The American Heart Association raises funds for research and education.
The National World War II Museum’s “Victory Ball” and Otto Candies, LLC’s “How Sweet It Is!”
NOCCA hosts a “Gateway and Garden Party” celebrating “Art and Soul.”
Celebrating 26 years of putting the “Spotlight on Success.”
Raising funds for the African American Heritage Program at the Preservation Resource Center.
The Museum of the American Cocktail celebrates World Cocktail Week.
The Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society holds “Juleps in June.”
Chefs celebrate life for the National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana.
The National Development Fund hosts their annual “House Party.”
The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience fêtes William Goldring.
Sports and Spirit
This year’s Whitney Zoo-To-Do raises funds for Cooper Plaza.
The 2012 Opera Ball presented by the Women’s Guild and the Junior Committee of the New Orleans Opera Association.
A one-time-only performance and a gala benefit the New Orleans Ballet Association.
Urusline Academy celebrates three historic moments of Catholic history.
Bridge House/Grace House fêtes 17 years of “Women of Substance.”
“Business Hall of Fame” honors the spirit of entrepreneurship.
A “Season Preview Party” opens the 19th season of the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane University.
The Kingsley House Foundation holds its third “Friendraising Luncheon.”
“A Sweet Soiree” for children with disabilities and their families.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the University of New Orleans celebrate eight years of “Sippin’ in Seersucker.”
The Tulane A.B. Freeman School of Business honors two local entrepreneurs.
Project Lazarus honors three “Guardian Angels.”
Check out photos from our recent events.