New Noise presents the second work in its New Southern Hymnal trilogy. The outdoor performance focuses on land, labor and two sisters who are reunited after their family's Georgia home burns to the ground. Visit www.newnoise.org for details. Tickets $15.
Puentes New Orleans and Evacuteer seek bilingual volunteers to assist the Spanish-speaking population in the case of mandatory evacuations in New Orleans during hurricane season. Email Luis Behrhorst at email@example.com for details.
Fans may recognize comic Chris D’Elia as the lead on the sitcom Whitney or from his special Comedy Central special White Male Black Comic, which was recorded at the Civic Theatre in April 2013. He returns to the Civic Theatre at 8:30 p.m. | Thu. Nov. 20
The documentary about the controversial closing of New Orleans' Charity Hospital returns for two nights only.
Family business consultant Henry Hutcheson discusses Sink or Swim: Lessons Learned from the Titanic, a book by Priscilla M. Cale and David C. Tate.
A representative of the Social Security Administration instructs attendees how to access and use online statements and financial tools. Free
Loyola international students and guests discuss the meaning of adulthood from many perspectives.
The Council on Aging St. Tammany hosts an informational seminar for seniors and their caregivers.
The Louisiana Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth hosts a small business expo and networking event. Expo admission free; networking tickets $25. Visit www.acg.org/louisiana for details.
The evening features tree lighting, caroling, children's activities, and seasonal selections performed by the New Orleans Opera and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.http://www.frenchmarket.org