Summer Happy Hour


WHEN: Thursday, August 6th from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm

WHERE: 500 South Telemachus, New Orleans

Join Friends of Lafitte Corridor for their Summer Happy Hour on Thursday, August 6th at 12 Mile Limit. The Friends of Lafitte Corridor team will be there to hear what you think of the Greenway taking shape and answer any questions.

Friends of Lafitte Corridor members enjoy $1 off specialty cocktails and canned beers all night, and other specials. Join or renew at

Invite your friends!



Friends of Lafitte Corridor seeks to revitalize the Lafitte Corridor by working to build, program and promote the Lafitte Greenway as a great public space.


We envision a completed public trail through the Lafitte Corridor that:

  • links neighborhoods from Treme to Lakeview;
  • provides a safe path of travel for individuals and families between homes, schools, businesses and community resources;
  • increases transportation options, especially for people who do not have access to a car;
  • provides useful community space to be shaped and used by the residents of neighborhoods adjacent to the Corridor;
  • enhances recreational opportunites for all residents and visitors including the elderly and disabled;
  • demonstrates best practices in sustainability; and
  • educates visitors about the cultural and economic history of New Orleans and the city’s relationship to the larger landscape.


Friends of Lafitte Corridor formed in early 2006 by New Orleans community members who were concerned about post- Katrina planning, neighborhood revitalization, and open space development and alarmed about short-term political decisions being made without benefit of long-term planning vision. FOLC founders and supporters saw an opportunity to rethink the city’s landscape to enhance livability, environmental sustainability, open space equity, and health. FOLC built a network of diverse constituents who shared its vision of preserving the continuous open space in the former Lafitte rail corridor, and developing a greenway amenity that encourages active living, facilitates economic development, and links adjacent neighborhoods, cultural features, historic sites, retail areas and public spaces.