April 9, 2017
The GDCA will host our annual Easter Egg Hunt at BREC's City-Brooks Community Park on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 3pm. The hunt will take place on the grassy field next to the tennis courts. The Easter Bunny will be in attendance with lemonade, carrots, cookies and other treats. The hunt will be divided into age groups and eggs will be provided. View Details
May 7, 2017
Join the GDCA to celebrate the beautiful weather and amazing Louisiana food at this year's crawfish boil block party. The Garden District Civic Association will be holding the Annual Garden District Crawfish Boil on May 7 in the 1000 Block of Camelia Ave between Olive and Myrtle. All You Can Eat Crawfish, Live Cajun Music, Frosty Beers, FREE for members, $20 for non-members View Details
- The Puryear Family Adopts 4 Month Old Luca Arden Puryear - On Monday, August 1st, the Puryear family at 1015 Park Blvd received a call from the St. Elizabeth non-profit adoption agency that a birth mother had picked them to adopt her beautiful 4 month old baby boy.
- New Dog Stations - We love your dog just as much as you do. Thanks to your dues and the hard work of the Cub Scouts of Pack 12, there are now six dog stations located around the Garden District to make your daily walks all the better!These Dogi Pot stations offer a green solution to dog pollution, providing
- Neighborhood Signs and Bollards – Do We Landscape? By Mike Schexnayder - The Garden District has three neighborhood signs: Terrace at Eugene, Park at Magnolia and Government at Park. Rusty Wharton (a former GD resident) directed the installation of the signs and the five bollards in the early 1990’s. Those signs are sturdy: two have survived automobile collisions. Former resident Frank Conley repaired the sign on Terrace
- Caring for Canine Companions by Chris Barrett - Now that the summer months are here, many of us are spending more time outdoors with our dog family members. This makes it a good time to revisit some key ways to keep your canine companion safe and to keep our neighborhood a dog-friendly place. First and most important, when you’re outside your house or