New Orleans History Virtual Field Trips (free)

New Orleans history Virtual Field Trips are free! This terrific resource from the Historic New Orleans Collection offers individual and group virtual tours. Some of the group VTs are designed for school kids.

You can also request a recording of archived VTs, on topics like Reconstruction in New Orleans, Louisiana Indigenous History, and more. They ask that you sign up two weeks ahead of the tour. Some topics: History of St Aug’s Marching 100; history of flambeaux; the Baby Dolls. Visit and browse, then sign up: https://www.hnoc.org/programs/virtual-field-trips

Code Enforcement at Community Office Hours, Wed 27 Jan 2021

Community Office Hours (COH) is a chance for residents to talk with the Neighborhood Engagement Office Liaison, Stephen Mosgrove, for our district. Stephen will be at the Mid-City Library (4140 Canal) Monday through Wednesday from 10:30 am to 5 pm. Make an appointment (info below)! These are good opportunities to share concerns, ideas, etc.

On Wed 27 Jan, he’ll be joined virtually by a rep with the Department of Code Enforcement. You DO need to make an appointment in advance: nola.gov/COH; or please call (504) 658-4933.