Krewe of Cork®

Bayona Luncheon on September 7th 2018

Make your reservation now.  The inclusive price is $65.00 per person and covers a fabulous menu with white and red wines.

Please pay at the door with cash or checks made payable to Krewe of Cork. To save time at check-in please make out your checks in advance.

Make your reservations by clicking on you will receive a confirmation e-mail from Kellie.

Having trouble with the link?  Easy fix just open a new e-mail and type in the To go box and click send.  Remember to mention September lunch in the subject line. 

When you make a reservation we expect to see you or you will be billed.

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New Membership year 2018-2019 

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 and choose the membership tab, just follow the steps to a secure registration where you can use your credit card or pay by check. Please join early and secure your membership for 2018-2019.

The Sparkling membership will include all the festivities of Parade Day, February 22nd, 2019.  Once again you will be treated to a Meet and Greet Party, a Bloody Mary Street Party, lunch at the Court of Two Sisters, a sunny parade thru the French Quarter, the King and Queen’s Party at the Royal Sonesta with live music a buffet and more wine  Each Sparkling member will receive one dozen Krewe beads, our custom Krewe Wine Goblet and the annual membership pin.

The Royal Street Stroll and after Party is also included in the Sparkling Membership. 

Complete package is $370.00 per person.
Additional beads are also available for purchase.

Please Note that Memberships purchased after November, 30th 2018 will be charged an additional $50.00.

The  non-parading Still Member is only $45.00. All members will receive the monthly email newsletter and may participate in the monthly luncheons as well as special events and wine dinners.



Our 2018 poster by famous artist Alan Flattman is for sell.  

Maybe be purchased online for $60.00 or $50.00 check or cash only.

Alan, a New Orleans native, at the age of 17, received a New Orleans Art Association Scholarship to study with the renowned regionalist painter, John McCrady, at the John McCrady Art School in the French Quarter. It was there that his lifetime interest in painting the French Quarter began. Spanning a career of over four decades, Alan Flattmann is recognized as one of America’s most outstanding and gifted artists’. He was inducted into The Pastel Society of America’s Hall of Fame in 2006 and awarded the PSA Master Pastelist distinction in 1991. He is the recipient of the 1996 American Artist Art Masters Award for pastel teacher and has been listed in Who’s Who in American Art since 1981. In conjunction with the publication of the book, “Alan Flattmann’s French Quarter Impressions”, the mayor of New Orleans officially proclaimed September 28, 2002 as Alan Flattmann Day in recognition of 25 years of success painting in the French Quarter.