Cita Dennis Hubbell Library

Cita Dennis Hubbell Library
725 Pelican Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70114 (504) 596-3113 Directions Events News

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Library Manager - Seale Paterson

The Cita Dennis Hubbell Library is located in the Algiers Point neighborhood and offers programs for children, teens, and adults. Two signature events hosted by the Friends of the Hubbell Library are the monthly Author Night programs and the annual Christmas Tree sale held in November.

Upcoming Events

Hubbell Library offers one-on-one HiSET tutoring by appointment. Call us and book a one-hour session today! Contact Catherine at 504-596-3113. Every day. (More)

Join us for story time fun with a new story every week. Story Times are open to all families and caregivers with children age 5 and under unless noted. Every Tuesday & Thursday. (More)

Every week on Saturday starting on Jan 1, 2017 until Dec 31, 2017

Cita Dennis Hubbell Library

Join us for family movies every Saturday. Refreshments are provided. May 27 at 10:30am - The Tale of Despereaux
May 27 at 2pm - The Wild Life June 3 at 10am - SRP Kick Off Party
June 3 at 2pm - Wall-E June 10 at 10:30am - Curious George
June... (More)

Hubbell Library offers one-on-one computer classes by appointment. Call us and book a one-hour session today! Contact Chris at 504-596-3113 to discuss your computer training needs. Every day. (More)

Daily (April 1st through July 1st)

Cita Dennis Hubbell Library

Vincente is a photographic & visual artist working in alternative image making processes. The craftsmanship & patience needed in handmade image making (and images on film) has helped create his unique vision. He creates all of his images on analog film and makes entirely handmade photographs with woven strips. Visit... (More)

Join us for a night of tabletop gaming upstairs at Mimi's hosted by the New Orleans Public Library, featuring new, original indie titles, old classic favorites, and everything in between! Bring a few friends or make some new ones. Get a library card, or renew your old one. Check out... (More)

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Christopher Peña is the author of The Strange Case of Dr. Etienne Deschamps: Murder in the French Quarter. Believing himself to be gifted with magnetic and hypnotic powers, Dr. Etienne Deschamps searched for the lost treasure of pirate Jean Lafitte—and he needed a young virgin to find it. Juliette Dietsh,... (More)

Join other neighborhood knitters, crocheters, and needleworkers our drop-in needlework group. Finish that project that's been gathering dust, visit and share tips and ideas, or just hang out with other crafty folks. Teens and adults of all skill levels welcome. Every 4th Tuesday of the month. (More)

Do you want to brush up on your knowledge of historic New Orleans architecture and how to identify the different details which make our buildings so unique? Join us for a presentation by the Preservation Resource Center to learn about our oldest architectural types and styles of houses and which... (More)

Come join us at BJ's in the Bywater (4301 Burgundy St.) for Barcation, a Summer Story Time for Adults, sponsored by Alvar Library. Join local writers who will read a story or a poem, or just tell a story. The topic is open: You can tell a story about a... (More)

Megan Braden-Perry is the author of Crescent City Snow: The Ultimate Guide to New Orleans Snowball Stands. Cresent City Snow is part guidebook, part diary, and part biography of fifty snowball stands and their customers in the greater New Orleans area. Keep a copy in the car for when you... (More)

This illustrated edition of A Life in Jazz brings Danny Barker’s autobiography back into print, accompanied by more than 100 images that bring his story to life. Journalist Gwen Thompkins, host of public radio’s Music Inside Out, reflects on Barker’s legacy in her introduction, and the complete discography and song... (More)