10 Free Things To Do With Kids in New Orleans This Week (May 21st-May27th).

It’s Graduation Week for most, so here’s to you grads! Congratulations!!! Most of all, may your path lead you to bright and wonderful things. As for the rest of us, we will celebrate with you in the most free and also, most fun ways possible. Enjoy your 10 Free Things To Do In New Orleans With Kids This Week (May 21st-May27th).

Group Connections- West Bank

Tuesday, May 22nd from 10am-12pm at 3520 General Degaulle Dr., NOLA. Healthy Start New Orleans will host a meet up for children 0-2 years old and their caregivers. Come out to meet new friends and share ideas, as well as learn and have fun!

Family Story Time

Monday, May 21st from 6pm-7pm at the Mid-City Branch Library, 4140 Canal St., NOLA. Families with kids ages 3-5 come enjoy storytime as well as PIZZA! Theo’s Neighborhood Pizza will provide the eats.  

La Monita May Tuesdays at Crescent City Farmers Market

Tuesday, May 22nd from 9am-1pm at 200 Broadway St., Uptown. Not only do you get to breathe in the wonderful smell of fresh produce and herbs from local farmers, in addition it’s also Green Plate Special day. Grab some brunch to eat while you’re shopping for your dinner goodies. La Monita serves up the goodness this month.

Sushi Jam Continues

Tuesday, May 22nd from 5pm-8pm at Sake Cafe of Chateau, 817 W. Esplanade Ave, in Kenner. Join the founder of Sushi Jam and local musician, Ronnie Malinosky, as well as fellow musician Joseph Tavormina, and ya girl Wendy Siegel of Crescent City Soul and Dr. Rock, along with many other guest appearances for a jammin’ good time! When the vets of the music scene say let’s have a jam session, that’s just what you do! Bring the family to an idea that went from one hit wonder to monthly success in an instant. The food isn’t free, but the FUN is!

Mother Daughter Zumba Dance Party

Tuesday, May 22nd from 6pm-7pm at HYPE Academy, 7901 Crowder Blvd., NOLA. Come practice self-care through exercise and connection with others. Instruction will be held by Miss Black US Ambassador 2017, and juice will be served afterwards. A donation of $10 is greatly appreciated!

Yu-Gi-Oh! Wednesdays

Wednesday, May 23rd from 3pm-5:30pm at the New Orleans Public Library (Main Library), 219 Loyola Ave., NOLA. Bring your own deck of cards to duel. Teens at any skill level are welcome, as long as you are up for the challenge.

Teen Screen: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Thursday, May 24th  from 4:30pm-6:30pm at the East Bank Regional Library, 4747 W. Napoleon Ave. in Metairie. Drop by the Teen Center for this PG-13 Movie, and enjoy an especially relaxed afternoon. 

Group Connections – N.O. East Office

Friday, May 25th from 10am-12pm at 5646 Read Blvd., NOLA. Healthy Start New Orleans will host a meet up for children 0-2 years old and their caregivers. Come out to meet new friends and share ideas as well as learn and have fun! Light snacks will be provided.

25th Anniversary Party Greater NOLA Therapeutic Riding Center

Saturday, May 26th from 10am-12:05pm at 152 Shadowbrook Ln. in LaPlace. Come party down with cake, fun and horses. The GNOTRC has charged $25 per ride and never waivered after all this time. This program helps people with physical and emotional disabilities gain strength and confidence. Consider donation $25 to give back!

Return of the Lakefront

Saturday, May 26th at 10am- Sunday, May 27th at 5pm on Lakeshore Dr., NOLA aka the Lakefront. We’re bringing back the New Orleans tradition of hot rodding at the Lakefront. Times have changed, and so have the cars, but you are sure to see some from every era out for this one day event. Let your kids see what your life used to be like, or just come sat and play!

 

Have a Fantastic Week!

 

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