The club meets on the second Tuesday of every month. We are currently meeting at the Jefferson Parish Library on 4747 W. Napoleon Ave (East Bank Regional) in the seminar rooms.  Members gather starting around 6:30 pm to chat and connect about philately.  At 7 pm, the program starts; see meeting announcement for expected presentation topics or activities.
Next Meetings:
7 pm – 9 pm
Jefferson Parish Library, 4747 W. Napoleon Ave., Metairie, LA

Tuesday, March 13th
U.S. Columbian Issues by Dr. Jim Creely

Tuesday, April 10th
Michael Deas, New Orleans resident and artist will be giving a presentation. Mr Deas has produced 21 postage stamps for the U.S. Postal Service. His website is www.michaeldeas.com

Tuesday, May 8th
Special screening of “Freeks & Errors: A Rare Collection:”  This is a 1.5 documentary on stamp collecting.  Don’t miss this one!

Tuesday, June 12
“What Do You Know About Philately” by Jack Reinhard.

We are asking members to provide or at least suggest topics for upcoming meetings.

  • June 10, 2014 – APS Slide Show

    The program will Canal Zone Gems. The program starts in 1903 when the U.S. leased the Canal Zone and began issuing its own stamps.

    7 pm – 9 pm
    Jefferson Parish Library, 1000 W. Esplanade Ave., Metairie, LA

  • May 11 Meeting – Philatelic Quiz

    quiz

    Annually, the Crescent City Stamp Club challenges attendees to recall history and current philatelic information using a quiz format.  Eric White has prepared the quiz for several years.  There are no prizes; but a lot of discussion and joking.

    7 pm – 9 pm
    Jefferson Parish Library, 1000 W. Esplanade Ave., Metairie, LA

  • April 8 Meeting – Swap Night

    Swap Night will be trading of stamps and other philatelic material between attendees.

  • March 11 Meeting – U.S. Bank Note Issues

    M. Jack Reinhard will present a program on the U.S. Bank Note issues at the Jefferson Parish Library,

  • February 11, 2014 meeting – U.S. 1861-68 Issues and the Civil War

    Richard Drews is the top authority on the U.S. 1861-68 issues.  He is visiting New Orleans and agreed to give this presentation to the CCSCNO.