Join us Thursday, November 6 for History on the Move: 50th Anniversary Gala!
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On July 21, 1964, following months of negotiating and scrambling by Louisiana Landmarks Society, the Pitot House was moved from a nearby site to its current location in order to save it from demolition. To honor the anniversary of this historic move, Louisiana Landmarks Society is hosting a celebratory gala on Thursday, November 6. This exciting  evening will feature a live auction, music by Deacon John and the Ivories, and food and beverages from favorite local restaurants including Café Degas, Pearl Wine Co., Ralph’s on the Park, Nonna Mia, and Lil Dizzy’s.
To purchase tickets visit:

To donate to the auction, please contact

Angelo Brocato Italian Ice Cream & Pastry   Avis R. Ogilvy
Cafe Degas   William Sonner
Canseco's Markets   Abry Brothers, Inc.
CC's Coffee House   Elizabeth M. Landis
Educated Palate   Neal & Anne Morris
The Half Shell Oyster Bar & Grill   Stuart H. Smith/Barry J. Cooper, Jr.
Lil Dizzy's Cafe   Event Rental
Messina's Catering & Events   Edward Bonin & Rene Fransen
Nonna Mia Cafe & Pizzeria   Chauvin Arkhitekton
Pearl Wine Co.   Marylouise Christovich
Ralph's on the Park   Michael Holly & Denise Tullier-Holly
    Susan Kierr
    Marjory M. Lyman
    Howard Walter Mielke
    Mr. & Mrs. Ovide Lacour Miller, Jr.
    Anne & Jimmy Morse
    William & Sally Reeves
    Toto Robinson & Parker Sternbergh
    Shields Mott L.L.C.
    T. Casey Stuart
    John E. Wade II
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