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Preservation Resource Center’s 42nd annual Julia Jump

Join us for an evening of exceptional cuisine, an open bar, dancing and a fabulous auction to support the work of the Preservation Resource Center.

Patron Party · 7:00 — 8:00 p.m.
Gala · 8:00 — 11:00 p.m.

Tickets available soon!

Beams and Brews goes to NOCHI

Join us for a tour of the New Orleans Culinary and Hospitality Institute in its newly completed five-story renovation. Founders George Brower, Ti Martin and Dickie Brennan have invested in New Orleans’ first dedicated culinary school to transform the way food and hospitality industry professionals are trained in the city. NOCHI’s distinctive yellow-brick façade dates to 1916, though the building sat dormant or vacant for much of the past 15 years as the Louisiana ArtWorks. After being restored with State and Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credits, the school recently opened its doors to its first term of students. Jack Sawyer of Eskew+Dumez+Ripple architecture firm will lead a conversation about the project. Beer provided by Royal Brewery. Cocktail provided by Twelve Mile Limit. Bites provided by the NOCHI Culinary team.

Beams and Brews is presented by Inhab, with additional generous support from Witry Collective.

Beams & Brews in the Garden District

PRC is kicking off the 2019 Beams and Brews series with a visit to this beautiful raised centerhall home, which has been lovingly restored by Katie and Wendell LeGardeur over the past two years and is nearly ready for the family of five to move in. The renovation features work by Jahncke and Burns Architects and designers Sweet Dupuy and Eugenie Gibbons.  Beer provided by Royal Brewery, cocktail provided by Twelve Mile Limit.

$10 / Free for PRC members. Not yet a member? Become one today!

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Beams and Brews is presented by Inhab, with additional generous support from Witry Collective.

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We can't wait to kick off our Beams & Brews event series this year with a visit to this incredible raised centerhall house in the Garden District! As Katie & Wendell LeGardeur’s loving restoration of the historic house nears completion, we have the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at their progress – while enjoying happy hour drinks! 🍻 • Join us next Wednesday (Jan. 16) at Beams & Brews goes to the Garden District for a behind-the-scenes look at this renovation while enjoying cold drinks provided by @royalbrewery and @12milelimit! 📲Follow our profile link to learn more, buy a ticket or RSVP. And remember – this event is free for PRC members! If you’re not yet a member with us, consider joining today for free entry to this and the rest of our Beams & Brews events this year. • Beams & Brews is presented by @inhabgroup with additional generous support from @witrycollective

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Beams & Brews Goes to Josephine Street


Join us to see this home in the Lower Garden District as it gets restored and transformed.

The historic two-story double-gallery house at the corner of Josephine and Camp streets is undergoing an extensive renovation by homeowners Sophie and Kevin Martinez, with architect William Sonner and designer Brooke Cranford. On July 18, the PRC’s Beams & Brews offers a sneak peek inside the house as the renovation is wrapping up, with beer provided by Royal Brewery and craft cocktail provided by Twelve Mile Limit.

$10, free for PRC members. Become a member today!

Beams and Brews Goes to Canal Street

Join the Preservation Resource Center and HI New Orleans Hostel for an insider’s look at the extensive renovation and revitalization of 1028-1036 Canal Street. This hostel joins the Hostelling International USA (HI USA) family, a nonprofit network of more than 50 hostels nationwide with a purpose to create a more tolerant world. With a focus on adaptive reuse, HI USA buildings are dedicated to saving resources and reducing waste, while preserving local character. Come get the first look at how the old Pickwick building will become a hub for an international community of travelers! Beer provided by Royal Brewery and craft cocktail provided by Twelve Mile Limit

$20, Free for members of PRC. Buy a ticket or become a member –

Royal Brewery sponsors Beams & Brews

Sip on cold drinks while touring the renovation of the circa-1867 Otto R. Meyer Bakery building located at 3400 Dauphine Street. Blue House Construction + Consulting is converting the building into the Otto Bakery Apartments. The original corner store, carriage house and bakery structures have been renovated with care, and the six residential units have been given modern updates while retaining honoring original historic features – including original wooden windows, carriage doors, and even an oven from 1867!

Enjoy beer by Royal Brewery and cocktails by Twelve Mile Limit while learning more about the renovation of this historic building in the Bywater.

Free for members of the Preservation Resource Center, $20 for non-members. Become a member today –

Beams & Brews Renovators Happy Hour sponsored by RBNO

In the 1980s, Club Discovery was a bumping night club and fostered many of the early DJs who ultimately gave rise to New Orleans’ quintessential hip hop and bounce sound. Currently being renovated as office space and headquarters for local software development company LookFar, the club’s dance floor and mural have been restored. Celebrate this important piece of New Orleans’ musical heritage with beer provided by Royal Brewery, craft cocktail provided by Twelve Mile Limit, and a throwback set by Club Discovery regular, DJ Raj Smoove. 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. at 2831 St. Claude Ave.

Free for members of the Preservation Resource Center, $10 for non-members. Become a member today –

This event is sponsored by Hancock and Whitney Bank and the Witry Collective.


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