Alphabetical Listings ~ 22 ~
Bayou Woodturners - New Orleans - Turned art is a form of expression for wood and other materials. The Bayou Woodturners invites woodturners of all levels to join in our artform. Bayou Woodturners is a chapter of American Association of Woodturners. We have a membership of about 100 woodturners, and have monthly meetings where we exchange ideas, share our wood turning knowledge, demonstrate turning techniques and projects.
Caledonian Society of New Orleans - New Orleans - Ths website was established in order to promote the Scottish culture in the New Orleans area and to make accessible to the public the various activities of the society. Activities include Scottish country dancing, Highland dancing, bagpipe band, Scottish Tea and annual Robert Burns Supper.
Chalmette Computer Users' Group (CCUG-PC) - Chalmette - is a non-profit computer organization of users helping users with tips, techniques and information (CCUG-PC) meets the 1st Sat of each month at 8201 W. Judge Perez Dr. in Chalmette, LA, just a couple miles from New Orleans!
Coconut Beach Volleyball Sports Complex - Kenner - Coconut Beach has offered sand volleyball since 1988. Now it also offers sand soccer and sand dodgeball with leagues, tournament and events.
CODOFIL - Council for the Development of French in Louisiana - Le Conseil pour le Développement du Français en Louisiane.
Corinthian Sailing Association - New Orleans - sponsors about 26 races a year, including 12 "championship" races. Promotes the knowledge and expertise of seamanship and sailing. Race schedule & results, links, posting board.
Crescent City Depression Glass Society - Monthly meetings provide information about glass and collecting. Activities include 30 minute programs. Guests are welcome. See website for location of meetings and other information.
Crescent City Model Railroad Club - find out club's history, photo gallery, polls, membership, web links and contact info. The Crescent City Model Railroad Club (CCMRC) is home to one of the largest HO scale layouts in the Gulf South. We are located in Metairie, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans (aka the Crescent City). We model a ficticious raiload, called the Crescent Lines, whose mainlines carry frieght and passengers to and from the beautiful south.
Crescent City R/C Club - New Orleans - The picture(s) depicts the original construction of the Goal Mine Flying Field of which many members still remember the efforts that were required to get this facility up and running back in 1988. Well in the year 2010 we are were at it again.
DBE In Louisiana - Service organization for women of British or Commonwealth birth or heritage. Site for expats. DBE is a nonprofit nonpolitical American society of women of British or Commonwealth birth or ancestry. The members have common interests and heritage, and meet regularly for business and social events with the common cause of philanthropy.
Delta Region of the SCCA - the local chapter of the Sports Car Club of America for the New Orleans area. Delta Region was chartered in 1954, by the Sports Car Club of America . Based in New Orleans, the club is one of four in Louisiana (Baton Rouge/Cenla, Lake Charles/Sowela, Shreveport/Red River). Today, Delta has over 150 members.
Greater New Orleans Photographic Society - find club history, photo gallery, digital gallery, Antartica Exhibit, Shutterbug Newsletters, and club meeting times. In addition to our meetings we try to go on monthly field trips. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Our club is a member of the Gulf States Camera Club Council and PSA.
GSU Toastmasters Club - Baton Rouge - Join our supportive & fun group on Mondays at the Bluebonnet Library. Since 1982, GSU Toastmasters has been the place in Baton Rouge to develop speaking and leadership skills. With energized, fun meetings, GSU Toastmasters challenge members to become the confident leaders and communicators they choose to be.
Hub Hobby Supplies - Metairie - a full service hobby shop carring cars, trains, various unbuilt kits.
Irish Italian Parade of Louisiana - Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Louisiana Irish-Italian Association. On this site, you will find parade information as well as details regarding the events leading up to the parade, information about our Grand Marshalls, and the story of our great historical beginning that our founder Eddie Renton Sr. created back in 1983.
Italian American Marching Club - The Italian American Marching Club is one of the largest ethnic organizations in the Southeastern United States. It was founded by Joseph Cardenia and friends in 1970 and has climbed to heights of 1500 members in recent years. Our objective is to keep our Italian heritage prevalent in New Orleans, the destination of so many of our forefathers in the 19th and 20th centuries. Our organization is unique in that we have incorporated the focal point of New Orleans' festive culture, the parade, into our love of our Italian heritage. We do this in celebration of St. Joseph's Day each year.
Mardi Gras Chorus - Come enjoy the "Barbershop Harmony" of this all men's group, get schedule of events and times, photos on line, chorus members, singing valentines, and favorite links.
Mensa of New Orleans - how to join info and schedule of events (when and where), and links to other Mensa web sites.
New Orleans Bicycle Club - Not just for members, the site has detailed info on the best places to ride in the New Orleans area.
New Orleans Corvair Enthusiasts - meetings dates and contact information.
New Orleans Society of Dance - New Orleans - NOSD is Louisiana’s Premier Dance Production Company. Our mission is to embody, encourage and expose Louisiana vernacular folk artistry throughout communities. The strategic art of dance-production is our specialty. We are fully dedicated to the enhancement of the cultural landscape and artistic reputation of Louisiana.
Redstick R/C Club - Baton Rouge - Site has R/C articles, swap shop, events & discussions, image gallery, R/C videos and club information.
Sierra Club - Delta Chapter - Delta Chapter - The New Orleans Group is the home of Sierra Club members throughout much of southeastern Louisiana south of Lake Pontchartrain, ranging from the mouth of the Mississippi River to the River Parishes.
White Sands VolleyBall - New Orleans - White Sands Volleyball offers courts, beach club, leagues and tournaments.