So far, the Old Metairie parade is still on, as well.
We know: this weekend’s BIG plans have gotten cancelled because of the Coronavirus. But there are still things to do out in the city!
DISCLAIMER: We should tell you if you’re feeling sick, please don’t attend any of these events. There’s always something happening in New Orleans and missing one weekend or two isn’t a huge deal. All of these events are subject to cancellation by organizers or parish officials. Not sure of the Coronavirus symptoms? Click here for an article from the World Health Organization on what to look out for.
Here are our weekend picks for Mar. 13-15:
Fri. Mar. 13, 2020
Want to work in a gorgeous, creative space for free? The Shop is an art-filled coworking space located in the Contemporary Arts Center. You’ll have access to high-speed Wi-Fi, complimentary French Truck Coffee, both floors of the workspace, private phone booths, and furnished rooftop deck. Plus, enjoy a beer to wrap up the day beginning at 5 p.m.
This weeks Movie in the Park sponsored by NORDC is “A Wrinkle In Time.” Pre-show fun begins one hour before the movie start time with field games and activities. Blankets, picnics, and lawn chairs welcome. If the weather is bad, the alternate movie site is Rosenwald Recreational Center.
Sat. Mar. 14, 2020
The parade may have been cancelled, but organizers are planning a bar crawl to help support all the local businesses that might be left out due to the cancellation. The crawl includes Half Moon Bar, Tracey’s, Parasols, Balcony Bar, Dat Dog, The Bulldog and others. Along the way.
The New Orleans Museum of Art and the Indian Arts Circle of New Orleans present India Fest, a vibrant festival of Indian arts, culture, and cuisine. The event features a wide variety of performances, activities, and programs throughout the day, including a traditional lamp lighting ceremony, classical and Bollywood dance, sari demonstrations, henna applications, yoga, lectures, film and more. Booths in the sculpture garden will offer food from three local restaurants: Taj Mahal, Saffron, and Silk Road.
Sun. Mar. 15, 2020
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Roll out of bed and head on to this colorful spot in the Warehouse District. Brunch features bottomless mimosas/rosé and their special limited-time drink, the Irish mint mudslide.