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September 2016

Community Event: Second Annual Treme’ Fall Festival

Treme Fest

On the weekend of September 30 to October 2, the Historic Faubourg Treme’ Association will host its 2nd annual Treme’ Fall Festival for the purpose of benefiting St. Augustine Church in addition to helping other non-profits in the community with historical significance. St. Augustine Church was dedicated in 1842 and has a rich history related to free people of color and slaves and was considered the most integrated congregation in the United States. To continue the fund-raising effort, a patron…

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October 2016

First Time Renovator Training: Renovate Right Session 1

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This three-part course focuses on how best to manage a renovation project.

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First Time Renovator Training: Renovate Right Session 2

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This three-part course focuses on how best to manage a renovation project.

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$75 - $85

Stained Glass Art in Sacred Places

Stained Glass Tour October 22 16

Stained Glass Art in Sacred Places tours will head upriver on Saturday, October 22. The featured churches include the chapel at the Carville Hansen’s Disease Center, St. Michael the Archangel Church in Convent, St. Joseph Church in Paulina, and St. Peter’s Church in Reserve. Each church has distinctive architecture and decorative glass. Lunch will be provided for this fun all­ day tour. Tour will depart from the 17th Street side of the Lakeside Shopping Center parking lot.

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First Time Renovator Training: Renovate Right Session 3

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This three-part course focuses on how best to manage a renovation project.

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$25 - $50

Preservation Matters IV Symposium

Preservation Matters IV Symposium 2

Preservation Pays: How Everyone Benefits The conference will address economic and community stakeholders involved with architectural preservation at all levels, such as developers; government decision-makers; architects; planners; owners of both large and small rehabilitation projects, including homeowners and small business owners; and community members in historic neighborhoods. Expert speakers will discuss the measurable and catalytic benefits of preservation programs to the city’s economy and quality of life in residential neighborhoods and commercial areas across the city. Case studies of various…

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$10

Renovators’ Happy Hour Goes ​to the Seventh Ward

1502 Elysian Fields Ave

Hear from experienced historic renovator, Scott Veazey, who is restoring this Second Empire building which was built in 1885. This former rooming house has been vacant and blighted for over a decade, and will have a new life as an entertainment restaurant, bar, and 8-room hostel.

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November 2016
$75 - $85

Historic House Specialist Seminar for Real Estate Agents

Historic House Seminar

This program provides detailed information about the historic house types and neighborhoods of New Orleans as well as pertinent information about financial incentives, renovation financing, and permitting that will enable local Realtors to better market and sell historic New Orleans homes.

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Community Event: The Historic Houses Society Gala for the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses

Hermann-Grima House

This year the Gala will be held at the beautiful Garden District home of Kim and Jamie Roddy on Seventh St. The Historic Houses Society Gala is held annual to thank and honor the Society’s Circle Level Members. Food will be provided by the Link Restaurant Group. Chairs: Mathilde V. Currence, Susan R. Johnson, and Betsey M. Todd. 1512 Seventh St. 7 - 10 p.m.

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First Time Homebuyer Class Weekday Sessions

First-Time-Homebuyer

This 12 hr. course offered by PRC and A Shared Initiative, Inc. is certified by the LA Education Collaborative. It acquaints prospective buyers with the details of purchase contracts, insurance, fiscal fitness, budgeting, home maintenance, and more. Students emerge from the program prepared to tackle a home purchase process and meet the demands of owning and caring for a home. Class dates: Monday – Thursday, November 7-10, on four consecutive weeknights from 5:30p.m. to 8:00p.m. at 923 Tchoupitoulas St. The deadline to register is two weeks…

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