Loading Events

Past Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

April 2023

Save the Date! GiveNOLA Day 2023

Give NOLA Day 2023

Make a pledge   Support the PRC and save the date for GiveNOLA Day! GiveNOLA Day, an initiative of the Greater New Orleans Foundation, is a one-day online giving event. For 24 hours, everyone who loves our region can support their favorite local causes by donating to one or more of 900+ participating nonprofit organizations, including the Preservation Resource Center. Since their first event in 2014, GiveNOLA Day has raised over $49 million for our region’s nonprofits.   GiveNOLA Day…

Find out more »

Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits and Restoration Tax Abatement Program: Maintain Right Class

Learn the ins and outs of historic rehabilitation tax credits from Clay Colton, owner of Baseline Historic Tax Credit Advisors and about the Restoration Tax Abatement Program from Tracey Jackson, the Tax Incentives Administrator for the City of New Orleans Office of Economic Development during this in-person class. These presentations will explain the benefits of both programs, give overviews of the application process and timeline, and provide answers to questions such as: could my project qualify/be eligible, how much does…

Find out more »
$25.00 – $35.00

Preservation Resource Center’s Spring Home Tour, presented by Entablature Design + Build and Entablature Realty

Spring Home Tour logo

Historic houses are a beloved part of the New Orleans’ landscape, but can they meet the needs of a modern family? On April 22-23, 2023, the Preservation Resource Center’s Spring Home Tour, presented by Entablature Design + Build and Entablature Realty will open the doors to eight private residences in the Parkview and Bayou St. John neighborhoods, showcasing the livability and versatility of New Orleans’ beloved vernacular architecture.   Saturday & Sunday, April 22 & 23 10 a.m. to 4:00…

Find out more »

May 2023

Historic Paint Colors of New Orleans with Louis Aubert

1221 First Street

Historic paint colors of New Orleans: Louis Aubert is the man behind many of New Orleans’ most colorful streetscapes. Widely known as the “color guru” of the city, he helps homeowners pick the perfect hues for their houses, both indoors and out. A member of the American Society of Interior Designers, he also was the color consultant for the 2016 renovation of Gallier Hall’s interior. An expert in historic colors, Aubert will chat with PRC Executive Director Danielle Del Sol…

Find out more »
Free – $10.00

POSTPONED** Beams & Brews visits The Dew Drop Inn

  • Dew Drop Inn
    2836 LaSalle Street
    New Orleans, LA 70115 United States
Dew Drop Inn - Before

This event has been postponed! Stay tuned for the announcement of a new date soon.   Between Jazz Fest weekends, 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 his bar and barbershop and the…

Find out more »

Casino Royale: Preservation Resource Center’s 44th annual Julia Jump Presented by Landis Construction

Exterior of Hotel Monteleone

Here’s the deal: the PRC cordially invites you to go all in on its mission at Casino Royale, our 44th annual Julia Jump on the evening of Friday, May 12 at the historic Hotel Monteleone. This lively fundraising gala will feature delicious food, classic cocktails, a silent auction, music and dancing, and other entertainment. GET TICKETS All tickets and sponsorships include Casino Royale chips* which can be used to play table games – Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette – with the…

Find out more »

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 experienced by some applicants. Taught by HDLC Deputy Director Eleanor Burke, this class provides an opportunity for property owners to ask questions and learn more about how to work through the HDLC process.   Eleanor Burke is the Deputy Director of the New Orleans and Central Business District Historic District Landmarks Commission…

Find out more »

Preservation Resource Center’s 49th Annual Meeting (Members Only)

Leeds Building

Join us for the PRC’s 49th Annual Meeting! Lydia Blackmore, Decorative Arts Curator with The Historic New Orleans Collection, will come to speak on the life and work of artist Alvyk Boyd Cruise, highlighting the PRC's conference room collection of watercolor prints. Agenda items include the installation of new board members, election of new officers for the year and celebrating the achievements of the Preservation Resource Center. This event is open to active PRC members only; RSVP required. Please RSVP…

Find out more »
Free – $10.00

History on the menu, investment in the restaurant industry: Preserving New Orleans’ Future, a speaker series

The Chloe

History on the Menu: Robert LeBlanc, founder and chief executive officer of LeBLANC + SMITH, a hospitality group, is known for embracing New Orleans’ historic architecture as he creates authentically atmospheric restaurants, bars and hotels. From The Chloe Hotel on St. Charles Avenue to Sylvain restaurant in the French Quarter to Barrel Proof Bar in the Lower Garden District, LeBlanc’s businesses offer the sophistication and high-level food and drink experience one expects in New Orleans. Despite his lauded successes, LeBlanc…

Find out more »

Town Hall Meeting to Save the French Quarter’s Protections

French Quarter

The New Orleans French Quarter is a national treasure. Please help save the enforcement that protects this historic landmark neighborhood. New Orleans City Council member Freddie King has proposed an ordinance that would "prohibit the prosecution of any violation or prevention of the issuance or renewal of any permit" in the French Quarter. This ordinance, which could be voted on as early as May 25, threatens the historic heart of New Orleans — and will generate negative repercussions that would…

Find out more »
+ Export Events