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Need To Know Info Right Now

All things you need to know right now about New Orleans City Park

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-The address for Scout Island Scream Park is 1034 Harrison Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70124

- If you have questions about the coming expansion of The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art, please reach out to Margaux Krane, Communications and Marketing Manager for the New Orleans Museum of Art, at mkrane@noma.org.

- If you have questions about the Louisiana Children's Museum construction, please reach out to Leslie Doles at leslie@dolespr.com.

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- Due to the Scout Island Scream Park fright festival taking place on Scout Island, Scout Island is closed to the public now through the time it will take to move out the event. Scout Island Scream Park is a seasonal event and more information can be learned on ScoutIslandScreamPark.com. If you have questions, please email Rob at rdeviney@nocp.org.

-New Orleans City Park Statement Regarding Food and Beverage Lease at the New Orleans City Park Casino Building: New Orleans City Park has carefully reviewed the Court’s recent decision regarding litigation over the food and beverage lease at the Park’s Casino Building. While we disagree with the Court’s decision in the matter, the Park believes the best course of action is to re-bid the lease. Therefore, the Park will proceed to redraft the bid specifications to address the concerns of the Court and put the lease out to bid as soon as possible. In the interim, Morning Call will continue to occupy the Casino Building on a month to month basis as they have for the past year.

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Long Term Road Closure at NOMA

Land Use Information

Bayou Oaks at City Park Golf Course 

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Dedicated in the memory of Angele M. Langles for her gift to the park, the Langles Bridge (1902) behind Casino Building is a popular for spot for wedding ceremonies and landscape painters. Angele and her mother died on the morning of July 4, 1898 when the French steamboat, La Bourgogne, sank after colliding with a British ship in the North Atlantic.