Dec 6: Les Marche des Fetes

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1440 Moss Street | New Orleans | 504-482-0312
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Join the fun Saturday, December 6th from 10:00 – 4:00
for Le Marché des Fêtes, a celebration of
the grapefruit harvest and creole holiday traditions.

Shop over 30 vendors for one-of-a-kind, handmade art and accessories, tasty local delicacies, as well as garden bulb varieties from the Pitot House parterre garden. Live entertainment will be provided by John Rankin, the 101 Runners, and Encore Academy Choir. Book-signings by Poppy Tooker and Bonnie Warren. Craft demonstrations on the grounds of the Pitot House and a visit from Papa Noël!

Join your friends at 1440 Moss Street in New Orleans on December 6th! Proceeds from this celebration support the Pitot House and its gardens, and further the work of the Louisiana Landmarks Society.

Learn more at: www.louisianalandmarks.org

Many thanks to sponsors Avis R. Ogilvy and Lyn Tomlinson.

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Parterre Garden Lecture and Tour
by Anna Timmerman, Pitot House Gardener

Saturday, November 22, 10:00—11:30 AM at the Pitot House

lemarchdesfetes1The parterre garden fronting the historic Pitot House has endured many changes, but the essential design can be traced back over 150 years. Gardener Anna Timmerman will provide examples of French parterre gardens from the fifteenth century to the present, as well as formal and contemporary examples here in New Orleans and abroad. A short garden tour and discussion of plans for future additions to the gardens and restoration of the Pitot House parterre will take place following a slide presentation.

The lecture is free for LLS members and $10 for non-members.
Tickets can be purchased at the door.

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To mark the 50th Anniversary of the acquisition and relocation of the Pitot House by Louisiana Landmarks Society, we are proud to announce the publication of The Pitot House: A Landmark on Bayou St. John.

Written by James Wade, with photography by Robert S. Brantley and Jan White Brantley, as well as a foreword by Eugene D. Cizek, this new book captures the history and beauty of the Pitot House. Buy your copy today!

 

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