Wednesdays on the Point

Wednesdays on the Point

Wednesdays on the Point is an annual event taking place in the fall. Each year, a series of free community concerts takes place on the levee by the ferry terminal. Learn more and see this year’s line up by visiting their website.  

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APA Home Tour

APA Home Tour

October 13 2018 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last ticket sold at 4 p.m.) Please join us for the Algiers Point Association’s 45th annual Home Tour on October 13, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (The last tickets will be sold at 4:00 p.m.) The tour will...

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Algiers Bonfire and Concert

Algiers Bonfire and Concert

A favorite holiday tradition, the Algiers Bonfire and Concert takes place as a part of a south-Louisiana tradition of helping Santa find his way down the Mississippi River. Join your neighbors on the levee by the ferry terminal in early December...

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One App

One App

One App is the school enrollment system for Orleans Parish. Learn more about how to enroll, and how to learn more about what school might be a good fit for your child at their website.

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Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church

Mt. Olivet Episcopal Church

530 Pelican Ave.   Mt. Olivet is in the oldest church building in continuous use on the west bank of New Orleans. Built in 1854, the building has been in continuous use for more than one hundred fifty years.  The first services were held in...

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Holy Name of Mary

Holy Name of Mary

400 Verret St.   Built in 1929, this Gothic style church has over 75 stained glass windows, many imported from Germany.   The Catholic parish in Algiers was established in 1848 in a small wooden structure on Morgan St. In response to a...

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Algiers United Methodist

Algiers United Methodist

637 Opelousas Avenue In 1840, Mr. Smiley, a Presbyterian, began a Sunday school in the old Duverje plantation home. Algiers United Methodist Church was organized in 1844 from this Sabbath school and may be the oldest Christian congregation on the...

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Trinity Lutheran Church

Trinity Lutheran Church

620 Eliza St. Built in 1911 by German families, this church might have lost its steeple in Hurricane Katrina but never its faithful.  And the faithful (and everyone else) flocks to the Octoberfest that the church hosts every Fall.

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Rosetree Blown Glass Studio

Rosetree Blown Glass Studio

446 Vallette St. Located in Algiers Point for over twenty years, Rosetree Blown Glass Studio and Gallery offers visitors the opportunity to watch masters of glassblowing create unique works of art. Owner and artist, Mark Rosenbaum, received the...

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