Find out what we have planned for St. Joan’s 100th!
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6 images from past January 6ths! This is just a taste of the magic and majesty of the Joan of Arc Parade. We hope to see you as a volunteer, a walking member, or a parade-goer in 2020! #countdowntojoansbirthday ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Thanks for a productive workshop, krewe! Notre Dame rose window prop nearly complete. Our test showed it will be clearly visible from a couple of blocks away. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
we will have a crowd of people snapping photos from our gallery on chartres - can't wait!
Beautiful! Well done!!
Wow! Just as beautiful as we conceived it!
Oh, my goodness. Glorious.
This is SO BEAUTIFUL!💖🌹
We still need 50 volunteers to go to artistic battle with us on Joan of Arc’s birthday aka Twelfth Night, January 6, 2020!! Share this far and wide. Krewe de Jeanne d’Arc provides costumes and you will carry a banner or some other super useful and necessary task!!! This is a 4-5 hour commitment for Monday January 6th plus costume pickup. Must be 18 or older. This is a fun easy way to step in line with us and check us out and enjoy the revelry of 12th Night in the French Quarter with a medieval twist!!!
Register under Membership as a Foot Soldier at www.joanofarcparade.org. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Dec 8 is not Saturday, as it is listed for costume pickup. Dec 8 is a Sunday!
Dick Clark ?
Longtime krewe member (she’s been with us since the inaugural parade!) and mother of Martha our 2018 Maid of Honor was invited to speak recently about Joan of Arc.
Lil talked about Joan of Arc as a universal symbol and how her and her daughter’s involvement in the parade has opened up her world to new friends and exciting adventures-including a journey to Orleans to walk in their Jeanne d’Arc parade.
Several women in the audience knew the parade well and some proudly commented on “being there for the very first one”!
A few new members and volunteers May have been recruited too!! Thank you Lil for putting the parade in context, explaining so succinctly and passionately everything from the Hundred Years War to the history of the French Market statue to how our maid of honor contest echoes the one in our sister city.
You made us proud!!
Lil has already been invited to present this at Dégas House in the coming year and we will keep it alive and keep asking her to share....it’s an inspirational 40 minute talk from someone who knows her stuff and knows us well!!! Bravo and Merci Beaucoup! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
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