For two weekends in a row, the Audubon Zoo pulled out all the stops for two events that even Mother Nature couldn’t put a damper on.
On Friday, April 26, 2013 the Zoo held is Zoo to Do for Kids event. And let me tell you, a kid in a candy store has nothing [...]
Mother’s Day is also known as Mother’s Day Off, right? For one day out of the year, mom gets to be fussed over and treated like a queen and not tend to her husband, children and possibly grandchildren in her typical fashion. This also means that mom stays out of the kitchen, which typically [...]
Voted “Best Local Charity Event” by Gambit’s Weekly‘s Best of New Orleans Reader’s Poll, the Audubon Institute’s Zoo-to-Do is the premier charity event in
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New Orleans for both kids and adults. For two separate nights, the zoo shuts down for a party that rivals all parties, one catering [...]
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On March 12, 2012, the Girl Scouts of America celebrated 100 years of leadership training for girls and service to the community. This weekend, Girl Scouts Lousiana East (GSLE) is celebrating in grand style with two adult fundraisers.
The weekend kicks off with the FOREver Green Golf Tournament on [...]
Happy Mother's Day!
“Don’t make me turn this car around.”
Those are the words I said to my mom last Mother’s Day when she began to protest the Sunday Brunch I had planned.
“It’s too expensive!” She argued. “Don’t talk back.” I said with an ear to ear smile.
Mother’s Day Brunch in [...]
On April 27, 2012, the Audubon Zoo will transform into a magical play land that will delight both kids and parents alike. Presented by Humana, Zoo-To-Do for Kids is an after hours event called “the best party anywhere for kids.” Complete with inflatables, games and face painting, this party is jammed [...]
Bunny rabbits, baskets filled with prizes and candy, Easter egg hunts and fun with family and friends…that’s what make Easter Sunday so special. If you are looking for way to celebrate Easter weekend, check out these great events held all over New Orleans:
New Orleans’s 2nd Annual Good Friday Gospel Celebration: Get your praise [...]
“Eww, that’s disgusting,” exclaimed my three year old daughter Malia as she walked around the Audubon Aquarium’s new “Animal Grossology” exhibit. If you can manage
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to disgust a toddler, you have pretty much scored a 10 on the gross out factor. [...]
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Have your cake and walk it off too with the The Kupcake Factory’s Cupcake Eating Contest benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). This Saturday, March 3, 2012, get your family and friends together and head to the Riverwalk Market Place to give MDA a little piece of your [...]
Black History Month Scavenger Hunts with the Audubon Institute
February is Black History Month. And thanks to the Audubon Institute , you can educate your kids about some of the important contributions African Americans have made to the fields
Clue hint: Charles Henry Turner was the first African American to earn a doctoral [...]