By Bonnie on April 14, 2014
MCNO has published a guide to citizen engagement. You can download the MCNO Guide to Citizen Engagement or come to the Neighborhood Meeting on April 14th at Warren Easton at 6:30 PM. MCNO President, Jennifer Farwell will present.
By Bonnie on April 9, 2014
Swap Meet NOLA is an all in one art market, flea market, and farmer’s market, sponsored by the Humane Society. Swap Meet NOLA is held every Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the parking lot of the St. Margaret’s Daughters Home, at 3525 Bienville St. www.swapmeetnola.com http://blog.nola.com/new_orleans/2014/04/swap_meet_nola_kicks_off_april.html
By Bonnie on August 26, 2013
UPDATE: What an enormous success! Please visit our Facebook page to see the photos. The Mid-City Porch Crawl, conceived in 2009 as a fundraiser for the Mid-City Neighborhood Organization, is back for its fifth appearance! This year, the “crawl” will kick off at Finn McCool’s Irish Pub at 3701 Banks Street and is scheduled for [...]
By Bonnie on August 13, 2013
The Mid-City Business Association has started an initiative to clean up Tulane Ave and they have already made a noticeable impact. This weekend, that progress was highlighted in a series of articles published by the Times Picayune. Once-bustling Tulane Avenue is a hub for prostitution and crime, hindering its revival, August 9, 2013 Even as [...]
By Bonnie on August 6, 2013
The Evacuteer group is looking to hold a traning event in Mid-City. The Evacuteer organization was hired by the City to assist with the City’s mandatory evacuation program. They rely on neighbors in the area to staff the evacuation locations in our City to ensure a speedy and efficient evacuation. Mid-City’s evacuation spot is at [...]
By Bonnie on July 15, 2013
For those of you who are not familiar with NOLA Green Roots, it is an urban farm and community garden with a mission that goes far beyond growing food. For the past 5 years, NOLA Green Roots has grown to be a resources to neighbors who want to learn about keeping chickens, composting with worms, [...]
By Bonnie on July 12, 2013
The City has a Special Needs Registry to assist residents with medical or mobility concerns plan for the event of an evacuation. If you, or someone you know could benefit from this service, please read the flyer below. Reach out to your elderly neighbors and pass on this important information.
By Bonnie on July 2, 2013
Check out our very own MCSD officers on last night’s news. We are very proud of the progress our security district has been able to achieve. For more information on the Mid-City Security District visit their website.
By Bonnie on June 25, 2013
BikeEasy New Orleans is hosting a workshop tomorrow evening in City Park for Women who commute by bike or are interested in commuting by bike in New Orleans. The workshop will cover: bike selection, maintenance, and fit your rights as a cyclist on the road commuting with kids biking safety fixing a flat and other [...]
By Bonnie on June 20, 2013
The First District Crime walk has been rescheduled for Wednesday, June 26 at 6:00 PM. We had an excellent turn out for the last scheduled date, but unfortunately the weather did not cooperate. The Crime Walk will start and end at Ulloa and South Pierce. I hope all that attended last month, and, many more, will [...]