Aye, mates…in 2018 it’ll be 300 years that New Orleans has been on the map – and 10 years since the official start o’ NOLA Pyrate Week! Of course, we have many folks in tricorn hats (and perhaps a couple in bicorns) to thank for the fabulous city we love to call home – most o’ them Pyra…er…Privateers! … read on, mate!
First, more news for Family Pyrate Day – Food & Other Goodies: Kona Ice, Cocoa & Cream Catering, Confetti Kids will be serving Red Beans & Rice, Hotdogs, baked treats & Kid friendly drinks! Be sure to explore the neighborhood and definitely visit our mates up the block at the historic Cita Dennis Hubbell Library (725 Pelican Avenue)…word has it, they’re hosting a special Treasure Hunt for the younger shipmates!… read on, mate!
Mark yer logbooks – Friday, 24 March 2017 at about 9pm – Meet The Crew at Pirates Alley Café & Olde Absinthe House! For 9 years our official meeting spot for NOLA Pyrate Week! Our good mates & genial Landlords, Thais Solano & Tony Seville, once again host our gathering in their cosy corner o’ New Orleans!… read on, mate!
Things are coming together – as they’re bound to do – for our soon to be 9th annual adventure! A flock o’ new additions for Family Pyrate Day – Art, Artistry, History, Storytellers, Magic and good Fortune for the whole Family! Join us Sat. 25 March from 11am – 5pm as we take over the neighbourhood at Warrens Corner & The Old Point Bar – along with the HUGE “Treasures From The Point“ porch sale throughout the Point!… read on, mate!
As we move forward with preparations for our 9th annual gathering and first “Family Pyrate Day” in Old Algiers Point, we’d like ye to meet our mate, Davy Vain – our special guest at Algiers Point & recipient o’ the Order of Leviathan (that means many other Pyrates think he’s a fine fellow and making a good contribution to society). … read on, mate!
“Pieces o’ Eight” was our banner for 2016 – our 8th official year o’ NOLA Pyrate Week – and what an adventure it was! New mates, new places, new monkeys…and finally connecting in person with some mates after many years! Our jolly crew was accompanied by our Master Gunner Weston ‘Irish’ Hurd (ye may catch him aboard the Creole Queen Paddlewheeler on the Chalmette tour) and our Ship’s Mate Copper Otter (who’s fingers are always busy making something wonderful & shiny) on her first adventure into the Gulf States!… read on, mate!