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Google’s in the Park y’all!

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Google's in the Park mapping out some more of our streets and attractions. Instead of the Google car, or Google photo trike, Matt's using the backpack version (seen here). If you see him around the Park today - say hey, Matt!

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Five years ago it snowed in New Orleans!

There are many people 'up north' currently getting snow but we here in New Orleans see snow only on rare occations. The last time it snowed in New Orleans was December 2008 and we will always remember fondly...the Park's oaks draped in white...the Celebration in the Oaks Santa Gator covered in snow...the 3 foot snowmen we were able to make! 

Want to see more photos of the Park in...

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Bring the kids! From 1 to 92! #CITO2013

Celebration in the Oaks is off to a great start!

What? You have yet to visit? Get out here! There's dinosaurs, butterflies, leprechauns, and a lochness monster in Bayou Metairie! Plus fun amusement rides including the mini train and historic Carousel. You won't want want to miss out - and you don't have to! Running each night from now till 1/4/14 (closed 12/24 & 12/31) - get your tickets online and join...

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City Park Decorates Their Tree with Handmade Ornaments

Last month, New Orleans City Park wrote a blog article explaining who decorates the Christmas trees each year at Celebration in the Oaks. You can read that piece here - and we're letting you know - there are some real stellar trees this year at Celebration in the Oaks. We're very impressed!

Each year, after groups pick up their ornaments from the trees when Celebration in the Oaks...

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What at City Park are you thankful for at this moment? #GivingTuesday

“Rest and be thankful.” ― William Wordsworth

What at City Park are you thankful for at this moment?

It's #GivingTuesday and we're encouraging you to give to the Park you love!

A reason to give: City Park's THE place to make unforgettable memories. What are some of your favorites?

Donate here

We have a day for giving thanks. And two...

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