New Orleans Secular Humanist Association
Event Calendar

Last Supper Dinner Club

  • When: Tuesday, October 06, 2015 @ 6:00 pm
  • Martin Wine Cellar, 3827 Baronne Street, New Orleans, LA view map

We're heading back to an Uptown gem. Lots of choices, easy paying and a lovely parking lot. Plus there's wine! That's always a plus. It's time to catch up with your freethinking friends while enjoying a delicious night out.

As a courtesy to the other attendees and the restaurant, please be sure that your RSVP is accurate as of the afternoon of this event. 


Bob Marshall on "Louisiana's Dance with Coastal Death

  • When: Saturday, October 17, 2015 @ 4:00 pm
  • Audubon Zoo, 6500 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA view map

How climate change will be a limiting factor on the future viability of the entire southeastern Louisiana landscape.

For 70 years Louisiana largely ignored and then exacerbated the forces that were destroying the vast coastal estuary of the Mississippi River. Now one of the greatest economic and environmental disasters in the nation's history is rushing toward a catastrophic conclusion over the next 50 years  largely unnoticed by the nation. Does the state and nation have the time and commitment to change that outcome?

Bob Marshall covers environmental issues for The Lens, with a special focus on coastal restoration and wetlands. While at The Times-Picayune, his work chronicling the people, stories and issues of Louisiana’s wetlands was recognized with two Pulitzer Prizes and other awards.   In 2012, Marshall was a member of the inaugural class inducted into the Loyola University School of Communications Den of Distinction.


To get to the meeting place at the zoo: Enter from Magazine Street at Zoo Avenue (between the two stone lions) and continue to the statue of Audubon. The entry way to our area (the Dominion Learning Center) is to the right of the main entrance through the metal gates. 

The gate will be locked, so you will need to press a button on the left side that will alert zoo security that you are attending the NOSHA meeting. 

If the weather is good or there is a festival, parking will be at a premium so give yourself plenty of time to find a spot. 

For more information about NOSHA please check our website at or contact 

All NOSHA meetings are free and open to the general public.  


NOSHA Volunteers at Second Harvest

  • When: Saturday, December 05, 2015 @ 12:30 pm
  • Second Harvest Food Bank, 700 Edwards Avenue, New Orleans, LA view map

NOSHA is returning to do one of our most popular volunteer activities and we're looking for people!


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25 December 2013 | 12:06 am