Educator Workshops

  • On Saturday, November 17, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., we will host a full-day professional development session on the First World War for New Orleans area teachers. This program is facilitated by the Gilder Lehrman Institute and sponsored by the WWI National Centennial Commission. This program is open to librarians and pre-service teachers, along with current in-service educators. The workshop includes meals, classroom materials, and a participation stipend. Learn more and register today.

Family Programs

  • On Tuesday, November 20, from 10 a.m. until noon, we will host a sensory-friendly family day program in partnership with the Preservation Hall Foundation. This program will be centered around the life and musical legacy of guitartist and banjoist Danny Barker. This accessible event is open to children of all ages and is designed for individuals with autism and other sensory processing needs. (Siblings, family members, and caregivers are also welcome.) Space is limited to 40 guests to ensure an uncrowded experience for all. Learn more and register today.


We do not have any webinars scheduled at this time. 


Past Educator Workshops