Front Yard Initiative and Stormwater Management with Urban Conservancy

Preservation Resource Center 923 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA, United States

The Front Yard Initiative, Urban Conservancy's response to excessive yard paving, is an incentive program working to improve New Orleans' safety, stormwater management, and beauty. The program works with homeowners to find successful water management practices for their yards and monetarily reimburses homeowners for a portion of the approved projects. Urban Conservancy's Executive Director, Dana … Continued

Free

(SOLD OUT) MidMod Home Tour Happy Hour

Tour Headquarters: Bird's Nest Cafe 6508 Spanish Fort Blvd, New Orleans, LA, United States

This event is sold out! Check our events calendar for other upcoming PRC events. The PRC opens the doors to three exquisitely maintained Mid Century Modern residences in Lake Vista, a neighborhood that is a showcase for International style in New Orleans’ residential architecture. Sip a summer cocktail, mocktail or a cold beer provided by … Continued

$20.00 – $25.00

Fortified Roof: a discussion of the Fortified program with Green Coast Enterprises

As we prepare for another hurricane season, join us for a presentation about Fortified, a program of the Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) specifically designed to prevent damage that commonly occurs during high winds, hurricanes, hailstorms, severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. The presentation will cover the different levels of Fortified; if the program can … Continued

New Orleans Mid-Century Modernism and its context, a talk with Professor John P. Klingman

Preservation Resource Center 923 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA, United States

John P. Klingman, professor emeritus of architecture at Tulane University, will give an overview of Mid-Century Modernist architecture and its context in New Orleans, highlighting local seminal buildings of the mid-20th century and linking them to roots in the city's changing urban structure, the historic architecture of the region and contemporaneous trends beyond New Orleans. … Continued

Free

The Future of Wind Energy in Louisiana: Preserving New Orleans’ Future, a speaker series

Preservation Resource Center 923 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA, United States

This event was originally scheduled for April 28, and has been rescheduled to July 14   Rebecca Conwell, president and CEO of the UNO Research and Technology Foundation, will share the exciting activities taking place at The Beach, particularly the creation and launch of the Louisiana Wind Energy Hub at UNO. The Hub leverages UNO’s … Continued

Free – $10.00

Navigating the HDLC

The Preservation Resource Center partners with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to offer this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the frustrations … Continued

Beams & Brews visits The Dew Drop Inn (SOLD OUT)

Dew Drop Inn 2836 LaSalle Street, New Orleans, LA, United States

Don't miss this chance to see where Rhythm and Blues came to life in New Orleans. Opened as a bar and barbershop in 1939, the Dew Drop Inn was originally housed in a rented space on the first floor of a two-story residential building. As his businesses grew, Frank Painia purchased the building that housed … Continued

Free – $10.00

Fixer Upper 101: How to buy and renovate an older home (SOLD OUT)

Preservation Resource Center 923 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA, United States

PRC’s Fixer Upper 101 class (formally known as Buy Right and Renovate Right) will help prepare you to evaluate, plan and execute a home purchase and renovation project. You will … Continued

$50.00

Navigating the HDLC

The Preservation Resource Center partners with the Historic District Landmarks Commission to offer this free course designed to help property owners understand the HDLC application process and avoid the frustrations … Continued

The Perception, Hope and Vision for the Vieux Carré: Preserving New Orleans’ Future, a speaker series

Preservation Resource Center 923 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, LA, United States

Because the French Quarter is so central to most peoples’ idea of New Orleans, a better, future New Orleans will require a French Quarter that has been likewise improved. Said another way: whatever you want New Orleans to be in the future, the French Quarter must be perceived in that way by a critical mass. … Continued

Free – $10.00