For more information, call the Youth Programs at (504) 658-3049, or email email@example.com.
Back to School Expo
Join us for our annual Back To School Expo in partnership with Urban League of Greater New Orleans on August 12 and August 19. We are giving away free school supplies and free youth dental screenings. Plus, you can learn more about NORD programming and even register for classes at the expo! It is an event you don't want to miss! Details below.
Saturday, August 12
Joe W. Brown Rec Center - 5601 Read Blvd.
Behrman Rec Center - 2529 General Meyer Ave.
Saturday, August 19
Stallings St. Claude Rec Center, 4300 St. Claude Ave.
Rosenwald Rec Center, 1120 S. Broad St.
Family Game Nights
NORDC and the Autism Society of Greater New Orleans present an evening full of fun activities for the whole family. Family Game Night provides an opportunity for all children, including those with special needs, to have fun, in a safe and accepting environment. Register to attend the next family game night.
Youth Fit Fest
The annual Yout Fitness Festival celebrates physical, mental, and social wellness. The event features fun fitness activities, interactive learning stations, health and
dental screenings, healthy snack tastings, and more.
Girls mentoring program focusing on confidence building. Runaway classes, fashion, makeup lessons, photo shoots, and more. $10/week or $30/month fee required. Tuition assistance is available based on income guidelines.
Heart to Heart Girl Talk
Girls mentoring program that teaches, empowers, and encourages young ladies to make positive choices. $35 one time fee required.
Monthly Game Night
An exclusive evening of family fun featuring traditional board games along with interactive and physical games. Enjoy educational activities, 3-point shooting contest, extreme tic-tac-toe, relays, puzzles, card games, and more.
Prism Project of Greater New Orleans
An inclusive performing arts program for children with and without special needs in Greater New Orleans area. Youth are offered the opportunity to engage in music, dance, and theatre training.
A mentoring and empowerment group for girls ages 7-17. Girls meet twice a month to enhance their social and life skills. Bonding is achieved through skill building, positive peer interactions, and community service. $60 one-time fee required. Payment installment plan available.
Touch a Truck
First responders use specialized vehicles. Students participating in this program will have the opportunity to explore the vehicles and meet the men and women who keep us safe.