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Archive for the ‘Holidays in New Orleans’ Category

A New Orleans New Year’s Eve!

December 4th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

a New Orleans New Year's Eve

It seems like, no matter the date, there’s always a reason to celebrate in New Orleans – but when a national holiday rolls around? Look out. The Big Easy knows how to do it right – and a New Orleans New Year’s Eve is no exception!

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Enjoy A New Orleans Christmas Getaway

November 24th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

New Orleans Christmas Celebration In the OaksThere’s always something to do in New Orleans, and once Christmas rolls around, there’s almost too much to do! If you’re hoping to enjoy a New Orleans Christmas getaway, here’s a short guide of just a few New Orleans Christmas traditions you may not want to miss.

Celebration in the Oaks – You really haven’t enjoyed a New Orleans Christmas unless you’ve taken in the beloved, traditional Celebration In The Oaks: a month-long event in City Park including thousands of colorful lights, Storyland, amusement rides, displays, activities, even a two-mile long, miniature train you can take a ride in!

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A New Orleans Halloween!

October 8th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

New Orleans Halloween - Jack o' lanterns

Halloween and New Orleans seem made for each other and, sure enough, when the spooky, autumn holiday rolls around, the Crescent City comes to life with a number of crazy and fun ways to enjoy a New Orleans Halloween!

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What Makes a New Orleans New Year’s Eve?

December 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

New Orleans New Year's EveThere’s no better place to be than New Orleans, no matter the day or time, but a New Orleans New Year’s Eve is not only a great idea, it isn’t to be missed!

A new Orleans New Year’s Eve can take many shapes because there’s just so much to do. Whether your end of the year New Orleans vacation sees you at one event or many, we felt a quick overview of some of the more popular New Orleans New Year’s Eve celebrations was in order

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A New Orleans Christmas – Part 2

December 6th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

New Orleans ChristmasLast time around, we listed some of the many ways you can celebrate a New Orleans Christmas. In the second half of this two-part series, we’ll continue the theme, beginning with … dinner! Reveillon dinner, to be exact …

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Christmas in New Orleans – Part 1

November 22nd, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Christmas in New Orleans - Holiday Home ToursIt goes without saying that there are myriad ways to celebrate Christmas in New Orleans – this city is famous for its seemingly endless festivities, after all. In the next two posts, we’ll investigate a few of the ways to celebrate Christmas in New Orleans.

New Orleans Holiday Home Tours
No one decorates a home for the holidays like a New Orleanian: colorful, tasteful, imaginative and often imbued with both local and family tradition. Thanks to two different, self-guided, holiday home tours, now you can tour decorated homes in the New Orleans Garden District and the French Quarter.

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Saint Patrick’s Day in New Orleans, 2014

February 27th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Saint Patrick's Day in New Orleans, 2014The Irish brought Saint Patrick’s Day to our shores in 1737. By 1809 we were celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day in New Orleans, where we promptly put our own spin on it. Erin go Big Easy!

According to a number of sources, the first record of a Saint Patrick’s Day parade ever being held is 1762 in, not Ireland or even Boston but New York city – and it was held by Irish soldiers serving in the British army. How’s that for a head shaker?

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A New Year’s Eve Cruise on the Steamboat Natchez

December 20th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

New Year’s Eve in New Orleans!Looking for something a little out of the ordinary to do this New Year’s Eve? You’re in New Orleans so the options are endless … How about a New Year’s Eve cruise aboard the Steamboat Natchez?

The Steamboat Natchez is New Orleans’ only steamboat and one of only two steam-powered sternwheelers still plying the waters of the Mississippi. This steamboat is the ninth to bear the name Natchez and has never been beaten in a steamboat race.

A proud member of a long line of steamboats that have sailed their way up and down the Mississippi and, thus, into American history, the Natchez achieves that perfect balance of modern safety and luxury combined with authentic, classic style.

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A New Orleans New Year’s Eve 2013

December 17th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

A New Orleans New Year's Eve 2013

A New Orleans New Year’s – is there any other city more fit for ringing in the new year? Heck, our city shares its first name with the holiday – could it be any more fitting?

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Celebration in the Oaks – A New Orleans Christmas

November 26th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Christmas New Orleans’ style means a lot of different and wonderful things – but one thing it has meant since the late 80’s is the Celebration in the Oaks.

Starting the Friday after Thanksgiving and continuing through New Years’ Day, Celebration in the Oaks is a glittering extravaganza of light and color in City Park.

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