Last Supper Dinner Club - 3rd Tuesday in October
- When: Tuesday, October 21, 2014 @ 6:00 pm
- New Orleans Hamburger & Seafood Company, 4141 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans, view map
It's been a while, but we thought we would try this old favorite again. We need good table karma and the burger gods to shine down on us. But there's always the ice cream and we love ice cream!
*** It is very important for us to have accurate numbers for these events, so please be aware of your RSVP. As a courtesy to your organizers and the other guests, if you find out that you will not be attending even as late as the afternoon of the event, please update your RSVP, so we will be as close to the actual number as possible. Thanks for your cooperation!
- When: Friday, October 24, 2014 @ 8:00 pm
- Mid-City Theatre, 3540 Toulouse Street, New Orleans, LA view map
A little something for the Trekkie in all of us!
Power up the warp drive, set your phasers to stun and prepare to boldly go where no audience, or cast, has gone before as Mid-City Theatre presents "Trek-A-Go-Go", the show where the audience sits in the Captain's chair.
Episode titles and characters of Star Trek: The Original Series are drawn randomly out of a hat, as are the names of our cast members, guaranteeing every performance will be something completely and totally different.
This is a ticketed event and there are other dates available. Scroll down the list to find the best one for you. Click here to purchase tickets.
Volunteering with Second Harvest Food Bank
- When: Saturday, November 01, 2014 @ 11:30 am
- Second Harvest Food Bank, 700 Edwards Avenue, New Orleans, LA view map
Here's a chance to do some community volunteering with a very needed, local organization. We'll do food sorting and packing in their warehouse and Saturdays are very coveted shifts, so we want to have a great turn out as the local humanists, right?
Many thanks to Glenn Pearl for taking the lead to organize this activity!
√ The warehouse is not climate controlled so please dress accordingly. Jeans, shorts and t-shirts are acceptable. It should be cooler in November, so come prepared.
√ Outside work is un-shaded, we have sunscreen available, but it is recommended to bring sunglasses, hats and any other necessary sun protection.
√ YOU MUST WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES! Anyone wearing flip-flops or sandals will not be permitted to work the shift.
√ Cold water bottles are available for all volunteers.
Minimum age to volunteer at Second Harvest is 9 years old.
We'll have more info the closer we get to November.
Save Our Cemeteries Maintenance & Cleanup - Carrollton Cemetery
- When: Saturday, November 08, 2014 @ 10:00 am
- Carrollton Cemetery, 1701 Hilary St., New Orleans, LA view map
A popular activity for our NOSHA Social Aid & Pleasure Club volunteers ... more detailed logistics will be updated soon.
In the meantime, this is the description of the cemetery
"Established in 1849, Carrollton Cemetery is owned and operated by the city. The growing suburb of Carrollton was incorporated in 1845 and historian William H. Williams, writing in 1876, described the cemetery:
“A cemetery was established as an appendage to the town government, and owned by the corporation. It is situated in the rear of town, formed by the sedimentary deposit from the waters of the Macarty crevasse. The height of the land renders it suitable for burying in the ground – the most pleasant and beautiful as well as the most permanent mode of preserving our dead. The grounds are now becoming handsomely improved with tombs, trees, shrubbery, and flowers. The dead of forty years lie reposing here; many, it is true, now wholly neglected and forgotten; while on the other hand, the honored and well remembered names here scattered around on marble, are so many and so familiar to us all, that we feel, in the walks in our cemetery, as if we were moving in the midst of our friends.”
The first lot purchased in this cemetery was lot number 405 in November, 1849 by Neil Cochran for $15. Carrollton was annexed to the city in 1874, and the management of the cemetery was handed to the city government. Many of the cemetery’s early tombs are badly in need of repair. In 1969, the city issued bonds for improvements to be made, the sidewalks were paved and the drainage was improved.
There is a small wall vault and a few temple tombs found in the cemetery. Although the tombs are not necessarily architecturally significant, there are some notable burials, such as Frederick Fischer and the Kirchoff and Lochte families. Throughout the cemetery are tombs of pioneering families, like the Heatons, Herrles, Thielers, Gogreves, Deibels, and O’Dwyers."
NOSHA Hits the High Seas ~ Cruise With Us!
- When: Saturday, November 29, 2014 @ 2:00 pm
- Cruise Terminal, 100 Convention Center Boulevard, New Orleans, LA view map
Ahoy, or something like that!
Members of NOSHA will be on this 5-day Carnival cruise at the end of November. We regret that the timing may not be convenient for every schedule. However, the starting price of an interior cabin is appealing ($299 and up) which makes this one of the most affordable cruises between the major holidays.
Check here for the itinerary and room selections! (You will need to go through their online reservation process which will be identified at the website. This is only an info page, so you know the details that you will be selecting.)
If you've never taken a cruise, then trying out 5-days is an easy start. For the price, you can't take a land vacation that includes all the food, hotel and amenities for less than this per day. And someone else is doing all the driving (well, sailing) for a change.
But don 't worry, this will be relaxed! There won't be any requirements or secret handshakes. We will set a short meetup event on each day at sea for anyone wishing to visit with fellow NOSHANs , but otherwise, you are encouraged to do what you and your family enjoys. It's your getaway! But chances are you will meet some nice people who enjoy doing some of the same things.
If you have any questions, please feel free to post.