The Corps de Napoleon rolls in Metairie on Sunday, Jan. 31 at 5:30 p.m..
It takes the traditional route, starting at the intersection of Woodlawn Ave. and Eldorado St. The parade heads to Houma Blvd. where it takes a left towards Veterans Memorial Blvd. Excalibur turns left onto Veterans Memorial Blvd. and makes a U-turn before reaching Clearview Pkwy.
It turns left onto Severn Ave.and turns around at 12th St., heading back to Veterans Memorial Blvd.
The parade turns left, then makes another left on Bonnabel Blvd. At Feronia St. it heads back to Veterans Memorial Blvd. once more. The parade ends at Martin Behrman Ave.
We are a diverse crew offering spots for anyone; men, women, children, we accept all kinds to make up what is our organization of Napoleon. If you are thirteen (13) years old and older you can ride as a "Krewe Member".
Between the ages of thirteen (13) and eight (8) years old, we offer a spot as a Junior Maid (Girl) or Junior Duke (Boy). And if you are younger than eight (8) years old we have spots for our little ones known as "Pages".
If you have never experienced Mardi Gras from the throwing end, our parade is the perfect place for you. We have just celebrated our 35th anniversary, so we are an established krewe who knows what it takes to put on a great show. We are excited to see what the future holds for our organization and to see our club grow in years to come.
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