August 2nd, 2020



Everyone who submitted an achievement form through July 31 was entered into prize drawings. Prize winners will be contacted the week of August 3.

The Library would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to the Friends of the New Orleans Public Library for their continued financial support of SUMMER FUN and also to the following people and organizations that helped put the FUN in this year's SUMMER FUN program:

  • Bike Easy
  • Broadmoor Improvement Association
  • Dean Atta, author of Black Flamingo
  • Dr. William Thiele, The School of Contemplative Living
  • Flyte Coaching - Financial Literacy You Take Everywhere
  • Jo’Annia Woolridge
  • Louisiana Fair Action Housing Center
  • Lou DeCoulode
  • Michael Albert
  • Michelle's Magical Poodles
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Professor Universe
  • Project Pipeline
  • Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers
  • Rowdy Boi
  • Southeast Louisiana Legal Services
  • The Parenting Center at Children's Hospital
  • Toni Jones
  • Tulane University - The Pebbles Center
  • Two Friends Improv Group
  • Xavier University of Louisiana
  • Yeah! Yoga
  • Young Activists Speak Out

Other News

Lawyers in Libraries Workshops October 26, 28, & 30

This year, Lawyers in Libraries is a little different. Using socially distanced means, you can learn about employment law, housing and evictions, and wills and successions, through virtual workshops. In partnership with the Louisiana State Bar Association.

Legal Workshops

Employment Law Virtual Workshop
**Monday, October 26 from 12pm -... (More)

Expanding Library Services

The Library has expanded its services to include additional hours and days of service, an increase in the maximum capacity numbers for In-Library sessions, and a new Book Bundle service. Expanded services include:


What is domestic violence?

What is domestic violence? Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner. Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats of actions that influence another... (More)

Job Hunting Resources

Click on the link below to explore our collection of Job Hunting Resources. Job Hunting Resources Your Library card number may be required to access some of these resources. To apply online for a card, visit (More)

Visit to learn about the wide variety of resources, products, and services the Library provides to help with homework for all grade levels. Homework help comes in many forms like live online tutors, homework e-Resources, homework resource lists, personal education navigators and more. (More)