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Jefferson Parish Krewe List
Mardi Gras Parade Schedule

Metairie Krewe List and Parade Schedule
*Tenative Schedule
**Time changed due to Super Bowl
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SUNDAY, February 12th

Little Rascals - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 12:00 p.m.

The Krewe of Little Rascals is an all childrens parade that annually rolls along Veterans Boulevard from Clearview Shopping Center to the end at Martin Behrman. The Krewe's approximately four mile Parade makes no turns in Severn or Bonnabel.

Led by the Sheriff’s vehicles and a KLR Pace Car, the Parade travels the traditional Metairie Parade Route including their Captains, Royalty and Krewe on full-sized loats. All members throw to the crowds lining the street.
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FRIDAY, February 17th

Krewe of Excalibur - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 7:00 p.m.

The Krewe of Excalibur Carnival Club are preparing for their Twelth Mardi Gras parade in Metairie on February 1, 2013. A Medieval theme to the organization lends itself to grand costuming and a unique look. If you are a Medieval buff you will enjoy their ball where King Arthur, with his sword Excalibur, reigns with his Queen Guenevire. Merlin and Lady of the Lake also appear. (More information...)


Krewe of Athena- KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 7:30 p.m.

The Krewe of Athena Carnival Club, Inc. was established in March of 2014. Spearheaded by a group of Mardi Gras veterans, Athena was born out of the desire to create a Mardi Gras Krewe open to professional women from diverse backgrounds. The Krewe of Athena Carnival Club, Inc. exists to promote a sense of community through service, fellowship, and fun. The all-female Carnival Club is also committed to preserving and celebrating the rich traditions of Mardi Gras by hosting a beautiful street parade and grand Carnival Ball.. (More information...)



SATURDAY, February 18th

Krewe of Caesar - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 6:00 p.m.

The Krewe of Ceasar is Jefferson Parish's largest carnival organization featuring over 600 members. They are known for their themes geared toward children. The krewes is also known for it's memorable signature float "The Hydra". This float features fiber optics as well. The krewe throws a variety of stuff including Stuffed Animals, Doubloons and much more. The krewe owned floats are decorated by Blaine Kern Artist . (More information...)


FRIDAY, February 24th

Krewe of Centurions - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 7:00 p.m.

In 1979 a group of six businessmen got together with a common goal. It was their desire to provide the people of Jefferson Parish with a carnival club which was second to none, although most would agree somewhat different from the norm. They wanted to be able to provide a beautiful presentation each year which would be dedicated to children of all ages. We share the traditions begun by those six men, as they have evolved over time, and continue to evolve through the ideas and hard work of our present leaders. All of their dreams and desires have become a reality and delight the child in each of us with a spectacular ball and parade presentation each year. (More information...)

SATURDAY, February 25th

Krewe of Isis - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 6:30 p.m.

In 1973 this all-female organization was charted in the city of Kenner, and the women held their first 7 processions there before adopting the standardized veterans Memorial Boulevard parade route, which more than a dozen Jefferson krewes share.

Krewe of Isis is the oldest and largest all ladies Mardi Gras organization in Metairie. Krewe of Isis always rolls the Saturday before Mardi Gras down the traditional Veterans Memorial route, weather permitting of course. Typically, they have 250 female riders, 21 floats and 10 marching bands / dance teams. Ponchatoula High School has always led off the parade since the beginning. And speaking of the beginning,the Captain, Joyce Blondeau, has been Captain since day one as well.

SUNDAY, February 26th

Corps de Napoleon - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 5:30 p.m.

The Corps de Napoleon was established in 1980 to give Jefferson Parish an excitingly different approach to Mardi Gras. From its inception, the Corps de Napoleon's goal has been to honor the French heritage of New Orleans and the surrounding parishes. Unlike other organizations who chose Greek or Roman mythological figures as their namesakes, the Corps de Napoleon instead looked to France for its roots and selected Napoleon, France's greatest hero.

The Corps de Napoleon parade is organized similar to the manner by which Napoleon organized his armies during his reign. After Napoleon conquered a country, a new army would be formed and be referred to as a "Corps", combining with other units from different countries to form Napoleon's Grand Army. Similar to the French army, this Carnival organization is made up of Corps, or float groups, each headed by a Lieutenant.

As this "army" of bead, cup and doubloon-throwing revelers roll through Metairie on the Sunday evening before Mardi Gras Day, the Corps are led by its Captains and Officers (representing military figures). The Captains and Officers float feature a sculpture which depicts David's (Dah-veed's) painting of Napoleon crossing the Alps during the Italian campaign. The Emperor Napoleon and Empress Josephine are also depicted by the royal monarchs as they reign over the parade, Coronation Celebration, and After-Parade festivities. The Emperor's float depicts the "Arc de Triomphe" in Paris and is pulled by a team of four white horses.


 MARDI GRAS DAY, February 28th 2017

Krewe of Argus - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie 10:00 a.m.

The Krewe of Argus was founded in 1972 by several Jefferson Parish civic-minded business men. This family friendly Parade rolls on Mardi Gras Day. The Krewe is comprised of over 450 male, female, and children riders, as well as guest Celebrities and a Marching Band. Each year the Argus crowns a Special King, Queen, and Royalty Court from its own membership to ride as Royalty. In past Parades, Argus has created special floats designed to honor our heroes in the Armed Services and local celebrities such as Artist George Rodrigue and his Blue Dog. (More information...)

Krewe of Elks Jefferson - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie follows Krewe of Argus

Krewe of Jefferson - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Metairie after Elks Jefferson


Knights of Nemesis - KREWE INFORMATION
On May 17, 2004 a group of one time members from the Krewe of Gladiators and several long time carnival parade riders came together and formed the Knights of Nemesis Social Club and Parade.

The Knights of Nemesis mission is to become "A businessman's social club with the intent to promote
business and fellowship within St. Bernard Parish."

To achieve this goal monthly socials will be held on the second Monday of the month rotating the location to different business establishments throughout the parish.
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Defunct Parade Krewes

Krewe of Shangri-La - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
French Quarter 2:00 p.m.

Shangri-La began in 1973 as an all women's Krewe in St. Bernard. In the year 2000, with King Mario G. Bogran and Queen Patricia Bogran, this was the first brother and sister royal family of Shangri-La. That year the Krewe also moved to the uptown New Orleans route and has since become a club of very festive men and ladies.

Shangri-La is known for its family atmosphere and the parade's 31 years of family themes reflects this important feature of the Krewe. You find many families with several generations on the same float!
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2009 Imperial Stroll
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Krewe of Pegasus - KREWE INFORMATION - Route
Uptown 6:45 p.m.

The Krewe of Pegasus was founded in 1957 by 15 military veterans, active military personnel and friends; they composed the first Board of Directors of the all male Krewe. Depicting its military beginning Pegasus was incorporated as “THE VICTORY CLUB, INC.”. With a vision of building through the Armed Services the Krewe built a foundation around patriotism, love of Country and God, and a desire to present the finest Carnival Krewe in Mardi Gras. (More information...)

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Bards of Bohemia - KREWE INFORMATION
Bards Of Bohemia are parading in Galveston, TX and New Orleans, LA this is the 1st Mardi Gras parade krewe to be in two cities during the the same Mardi Gras season.

Bards of Bohemia is an organization that has existed for more than 70 years on the Carnival scene in New Orleans, LA.

1984 Bards Of Bohemia hosted a mini parade throught the French Quarter. And in 1989 their first full parade. In 2005 Bards of Bohemia planned to stop parading, but a new captain steped forward to wrest control and the club did parade.
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Roman scholars thought this mythological figure so important that they named a planet and a day (Saturday), for him. Saturn was the god of agriculture, time and celebration. In his honor the ancients even called their festival of merrymaking the Saturnalia, an ancestor of Mardi Gras. The krewe was founded in 1983 and presented its first two processions in the City of Kenner, then moved its parade route to Metairie in 1986. The next year Saturn returned to Kenner, then moved to Orleans Parish in 1993. Since its formation, the organization has been very active in fund-raising for charitable causes.
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