A Share O’ The Treasure

A Share O’ The Treasure

Avast, mates! It’s officially been a dozen years that we’ve been on this adventure! From our first gatherings in New Orleans (post Federal Flood), helping rebuild & restore, to visiting locales across Louisiana; sharing Pyrate history and assisting/volunteering with community groups as we’re able. Acquaintances have become mates, mates have become family – and the…

Until We Cross Paths Again…

Until We Cross Paths Again…

There is one consistent fact about “passing a good time” in Louisiana (or anywhere, really); it always seems to end too soon! 2018 marks an official decade o’ gatherings in New Orleans and it’s surrounding territories…ten years o’ community involvement, meeting new mates, discovering new treasure and sharing the food, drink, history & culture that…

Family Pyrate Day 2018

Family Pyrate Day 2018

It’s 300 years for New Orleans and 10 years for NOLA Pyrate Week! Artisans, Authors, Merchants o’ all kinds…it’s time to get yerself prepared for the annual Family Pyrate Day – Sat. 7 April! While some o’ the particulars are yet to be confirmed (exact location, minimum donation…), the general idea hasn’t changed. In the…

Art On The Levee

Art On The Levee

Never let it be said that Pyrates don’t appreciate culture – fact is, we brought much of it here to begin with! The Folk Art Zone & Blues Museum in Old Algiers (operated by local folk artist Charles Gillam) will be open and offering tours on Family Pyrate Day from Noon – 3pm. It’s about…