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Northshore Harbor Center Awarded Best Meeting Site in the South for Third Consecutive Year - Posted 10/17/2014

GULF SHORES, Ala. - It is with honor that the publishers and editors of ConventionSouth, the national multimedia resource for planning events in the South, present Northshore Harbor Center with a 2014 Readers’ Choice Award.

“ConventionSouth readers and fans have voted to decide the best meeting sites in the South, and it is no surprise to us that Northshore Harbor Center has been selected to receive our annual Readers’ Choice Award,” said ConventionSouth Publisher J. Talty O’Connor. “The value in receiving this prestigious recognition is that it comes from the United States’ top meeting professionals who hold events in the South. These planners demand the highest level of customer service and quality facilities, and they have contributed in determining that Northshore Harbor Center indeed displays the commitment to professionalism, creativity and service that they require.”

Northshore Harbor Center is among 175 convention and visitor bureaus (CVBs), meeting facilities and hotels located across the South to receive this year’s Readers’ Choice Award. Throughout the year, meeting professionals nominated the meeting sites they believe provide exemplary service for group events. The nominated sites are then compiled onto an online ballot where meeting professionals and fans are asked to vote for the best of the best. More than 4,800 voters participated this year in the selection process - the highest vote count ever recorded.

Since creation in 2001, this is the fourth time that Northshore Harbor Center has received the award, making it an even greater honor to present it with a 2014 Readers’ Choice Award. "It is a tremendous honor for the Harbor Center to receive this recognition again. To be chosen by the readers of Convention South Magazine affirms that our goal is being met – to provide the highest level of service to our clients." said Kathy Lowrey, General Manager. Northshore Harbor Center will be featured as an award recipient in the December 2014 Awards Issue of ConventionSouth magazine. This exciting issue will also showcase some of the most talented meeting professionals in the nation as ConventionSouth also presents planners with its annual “Meeting Professionals To Watch” designation. “Featuring peer advice and trade secrets from our Meeting Professionals to Watch in 2015, our Awards Issue is one of the most popular must-read resources within the meetings industry,” O’Connor said.

Celebrating over 30 years as a leading meeting planning resource, ConventionSouth magazine is based in Gulf Shores, Ala., and is distributed to more than 18,000 meeting professionals located across the country who book meetings held within the South, according to O’Connor.


  • For more information email us at: klowrey@harborcenter.org

  • Northshore Harbor Center General Manager Wins 2014 Athena Award - Posted 10/17/2014

    Northshore Harbor Center General Manager, Kathy Lowrey, was awarded the 2014 Athena Leadership award by the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce. Northshore Harbor Center General Manager, Kathy Lowrey, was awarded the 2014 Athena Leadership award by the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce.

    Lowrey was awarded the honor at the monthly Chamber luncheon held at the Northshore Harbor Center in October.  “I cannot express what an honor it is to be named Athena, 2014.  Our community is so privileged to house so many impressive women and men, I know that this decision must have been difficult, and I’m just beyond grateful to have been given this opportunity,” said Lowrey.

    The Athena Leadership award is presented to a woman ---or man--- who is honored for professional excellence, community service and for actively assisting women in their attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills.


    Slidell Gun and Knife Comes continues to Grow at the Northshore Harbor Center - Posted 07/10/2014

    As the Slidell Gun and Knife show approaches this weekend, my memory goes back to when the Stadlers booked their first show at the Northshore Harbor Center in 2005. I had just joined the staff when I had the privilege of meeting Bill and Linda Stadler. Bill had been hosting his well-established gun show for many years and Linda had recently joined her Dad in production of the show.  It has been a wonderful journey watching how much the show has grown over the past 9 years. Linda has become an expert promoter which is evident in that her shows run like a well-oiled machine. She continues to attract quality vendors that draw an ever increasing crowd of attendees with each show. Many of her vendors tell us that this is one of their favorite venues and best shows. In fact, it has become such a popular show that they utilize every inch of the Harbor Center and say the show could grow even larger if there were more space available.

    I am very thankful that Bill and Linda chose to take a chance by bringing their show to the Northshore Harbor Center so many years ago. They have truly become a part of the Harbor Center family. Shows such as this one help us in fulfilling our mission by generating new money into the economy and providing yet another event for the community. If you’ve never attended the Slidell Gun & Knife Show, it will be at the Harbor Center this weekend, July 12-13. Now’s your opportunity.

    Kathy Lowrey
    General Manager, Northshore Harbor Center


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  • Marine Corps Band New Orleans returns to the Harbor Center for a Special Independence Day Concert - Posted 07/01/2014

    Having a father and brother who both served in the Navy, the military is very close to my heart. It is an honor and a privilege for me to celebrate those who have made sacrifices for our country.  This is why I am excited to announce that the Marine Corps Band New Orleans has added the Harbor Center as a special stop to its Independence Day Concert Tour.

    What better way to celebrate and honor the men, women, and families of those who served or are serving, than by coming to experience the talent of these amazing men and women. The Marine Band New Orleans recently visited the Harbor Center for a special Memorial Day Concert which was truly inspiring, and brought a standing ovation from all who attended. I am sure the Independence Day concert will do the same.

    Join me for this special concert on Wednesday July 2nd at 7:30 p.m. Seating is general admission so I encourage all to come early. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., the concert is FREE and open to the public. I and the staff at the Northshore Harbor Center would love for the entire community to come out, and show their support for the Marines and all branches of military.

    For more information about the Marine Corps Band New Orleans visit www.facebook.com/marinecorpsbandneworleans.


    General Manager Greeting - Posted 03/20/2014

    This month, I would like to take the opportunity to express my deepest appreciation to the amazing team at the Northshore Harbor Center for the outstanding job they do every day. I especially want to recognize our unsung heroes. They are the building services staff that consists of 3 full-time and multiple part time staff, coordinated by Building Services Manager, Matt Rowe and Operations Director, Art Baudoin. These are the other smiling faces of the Harbor Center - the ones that you see in the background at an event, cleaning up spills, emptying garbage and keeping restrooms sparkling. I’d like to share the other part of what this group of dedicated men and women do.

    As we host events of all types and sizes year round, our goal is to take our client’s vision and seamlessly create their perfect event. We often have multiple back-to-back events, which means working around the clock (recently, 24 straight hours) to make the transition from one event to the next. As the band ends or the last lecture is over and everyone heads home, our team swings into action. January showed a perfect example of their passion and dedication to our clients. As temperatures fluctuated from a warm 60 degrees to icy sleet and road closures, the Harbor Center hosted a whirlwind week of events including the Krewe of Slidellians Bal Masque, an investor’s meeting, the East St. Tammany Chamber’s Starry Starry Nights, the Northshore High School Who’s Who dance and Safe Harbor’s Real Men of St. Tammany Gala. Whether it was the investor’s meeting which called for a business setting, or one of the many parties complete with beautiful swags and décor, our team created each vision with perfection. For what they have accomplished recently and for the dedication and true teamwork that they display all year long, I thank them.

    ~Kathy Lowrey


    Harbor Center Hosts a Flurry of Events - Posted 02/262/014

    Weather in South Louisiana is ever changing and unpredictable to say the least, much like the events at the Northshore Harbor Center.  In a week’s time beginning on January 18, temperatures fluctuated from a warm, sunny 60 degrees to a sleet-and-ice misery where roads were closed, and people were advised to stay home. However, things were just getting warmed up at the Harbor Center; “The show must go on” is a phrase taken very seriously by the staff at the Harbor Center. Beginning January 17th and ending January 27th, the Northshore Harbor Center, just like weather in the South, underwent a series of drastic transformations, hosting a variety of completely different events with one fabulous crew making it all look seamless. Here is a sneak peek at what really goes on “behind the scenes” at the Northshore Harbor Center.

    The whirlwind week started as the Krewe of Slidellians Bal Masque, the first of four elegant balls that the Harbor Center hosts in January and February, kicked off Mardi Gras season. This elaborate event featured all of the pomp and circumstance that you would expect from a Mardi Gras Ball. The Tableau included dukes and maids who represented many of the community’s non-profit organizations. The highlight of the evening was the grand unveiling of King and Queen Samaritan LXIV, who exemplify the spirit of community giving.  The room was dressed to the nines in elegant red and gold décor, including a lovely ceiling swag, beautifully laid tables, a generous dance floor, and a beautifully decorated stage.  Approximately 450 attendees experienced the majesty of the Tableau, dined on Patton’s Catering’s finest cuisine, danced to the sounds of Michael “Soulman” Baptiste, and enjoyed a fantastic night out.

    The whirlwind week started as the Krewe of Slidellians Bal Masque, the first of four elegant balls that the Harbor Center hosts in January and February, kicked off Mardi Gras season. This elaborate event featured all of the pomp and circumstance that you would expect from a Mardi Gras Ball. The Tableau included dukes and maids who represented many of the community’s non-profit organizations. The highlight of the evening was the grand unveiling of King and Queen Samaritan LXIV, who exemplify the spirit of community giving.  The room was dressed to the nines in elegant red and gold décor, including a lovely ceiling swag, beautifully laid tables, a generous dance floor, and a beautifully decorated stage.  Approximately 450 attendees experienced the majesty of the Tableau, dined on Patton’s Catering’s finest cuisine, danced to the sounds of Michael “Soulman” Baptiste, and enjoyed a fantastic night out.

     

    When the last dancer called it a night, the real transformation began. The Harbor Center staff, consisting of approximately 13 full and part-time employees, worked diligently to reconfigure the ample space to serve as a functional meeting space for a local investment organization, just a few days after the bal masque.  The room was set perfectly and the Harbor Center gained another happy client.

     

    The day following the investors’ meeting, it began to sleet, but the business community didn’t let bad weather keep them from the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce’s annual installation banquet, Starry Starry Nights in the East.  In a little over 24 hours the banquet hall was transformed again into another elegant masterpiece for East St. Tammany’s leaders to enjoy.  Featuring music and dancing, the party was a delight to all, and offered the opportunity to congratulate many area businesses on their success in the past year. The night ended with a careful drive home since many roads were closed due to icy conditions, but for the turnaround staff at the Harbor Center the flurry was just beginning.

    The day following the investors’ meeting, it began to sleet, but the business community didn’t let bad weather keep them from the East St. Tammany Chamber of Commerce’s annual installation banquet, Starry Starry Nights in the East.  In a little over 24 hours the banquet hall was transformed again into another elegant masterpiece for East St. Tammany’s leaders to enjoy.  Featuring music and dancing, the party was a delight to all, and offered the opportunity to congratulate many area businesses on their success in the past year. The night ended with a careful drive home since many roads were closed due to icy conditions, but for the turnaround staff at the Harbor Center the flurry was just beginning.

     

     

     

    Cold couldn’t keep the staff from completing their task, and over 1,000 students were depending on them for their first of three dances that are scheduled to be held at the Harbor Center in 2014. On Saturday, Northshore High School welcomed students to its first dance of the year – Who’s Who. The Harbor Center staff worked for 24 straight hours to transform the facility from the Installation Banquet into the school dance, and the results were remarkable.  Beautifully decorated from balloons to tables - and everything in between - the high school students relished the opportunity to spend time with friends in a safe, exciting setting, kicking off their spring term. After the dance ended for the students, the fun began again for the Harbor Center staff: One more major event to prepare for - at least to end that week. Cold couldn’t keep the staff from completing their task, and over 1,000 students were depending on them for their first of three dances that are scheduled to be held at the Harbor Center in 2014. On Saturday, Northshore High School welcomed students to its first dance of the year – Who’s Who. The Harbor Center staff worked for 24 straight hours to transform the facility from the Installation Banquet into the school dance, and the results were remarkable.  Beautifully decorated from balloons to tables - and everything in between - the high school students relished the opportunity to spend time with friends in a safe, exciting setting, kicking off their spring term. After the dance ended for the students, the fun began again for the Harbor Center staff: One more major event to prepare for - at least to end that week.

     

    Coordinated by building services manager Matt Rowe, and Operations Director Art Baudoin, the staff consisting of 3 full-timers and multiple part-timers, unsung heroes of the facility, worked tirelessly to create a seamless transition to the next event. The Real Men of St. Tammany Gala, an event dedicated to honor men who serve our community, went off without a hitch and proved that all of the hard work was worthwhile. Actual oohs and aahs were overheard as guests arrived on Sunday, January 26 to enjoy the wonderful evening. This was the first time Real Men was held on the East side of the parish, a move that proved to be successful. The attendance doubled from last year, and it is rumored that this is now the hottest gala in St. Tammany Parish. More importantly this event raised funds to benefit Safe Harbor, a local non-profit that serves battered and abused women and children. Finally, at the end of weekend, the Harbor Center staff was able to breathe easy and rest – at least until Monday.

    Community leaders agree that the Northshore Harbor Center is the place to hold their events not only because of its size and beautiful ambiance but also because of the dedicated staff of the facility.  While so many in the community see General Manager, Kathy Lowrey, out in the public leading community events, it is also through her leadership that the expert operations, management, and event staff of the Harbor Center keep everything running smoothly.


    Event Planning Made Easy - Posted 09/10/2013

    From the moment you walk through the doors, it’s easy to see why the Northshore Harbor Center has become the location of choice for events. Knowledgeable event planners at the full service facility help their clients create successful events from start to finish. From floorplans to décor and everything in between, no detail is overlooked. “I don't use the Northshore Harbor Center for Slidell Newcomer's Craft Show because it's a beautiful facility - although it truly is!  I use it every year because of the people who work there.  From before I sign the contract until well after the event, I'm greeted with smiling faces, great attitudes and helpful people,” said Linda Tate, show organizer. Here are a few simple tips from the experts:

    ·         Location, location, location. Choosing the right location is critical in the success of any event. A venue should be centrally located and easily accessible to your target audience. Ample, free parking at a full service location that includes in-house event management, set-up staff, custodial services, event décor and clean-up staff will make planning your event much less stressful.
    ·         Timing is everything. It is impossible to have a successful function with an empty room. Consider these factors when selecting your date: Are people on vacation? Are there other major events competing with your potential date? Will the date conflict with any major holidays?
    ·         Sponsorships can make or break an event.  Securing sponsors to help with financial support, product donations or advertising can help tremendously in offsetting costs.  In exchange, sponsors receive top advertising in your marketing materials, free admission, prime seating and VIP treatment. 
    ·         Marketing is key.  People can’t come to an event that they don’t know about. Provide a “Save the Date” six months in advance. Thirty days before the date, send out press releases with event details and then ramp up radio, television, print, and social media two weeks out. A person has to see, hear or read your message at least three times before it is remembered.
    ·         Simple elegance. When it comes to decorating, sometimes less is more. Don’t be tempted to overdo in an effort to create a “wow,” which might result in a disaster instead. Rather, a better approach is to focus on the overall ambiance of the room. Create a “wow” in a different way by adding a unique element, such as an ice sculpture, a martini bar, a ceiling swag, or a grand entrance.

        Utilizing some of these tips can help lower your stress and contribute to the success of your event. “We’re not just renting a building, we’re setting the standard for service,” said Kathy Lowrey, General Manager. “Our versatile, 45,000 square foot facility features flexible room sizes and configurations to accommodate groups of all sizes. The building which offers plenty of free parking, is centrally located near interstates 10, 12 and 59. I’d like to personally invite you to experience what our clients are talking about.”


  • For more information email us at: nhcmarketing@harborcenter.org

  • General Manager Greeting - Posted 09/04/2013

    It’s the South’s favorite season.  It’s not Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall – it’s FOOTBALL! Admit it, we all look forward to the hype, the Who Dat, the craziness that is part of football season.  Whether it is serving the same food, wearing the same jersey or sitting in the same seat; we all have our own rituals to help ensure our team’s success.  Speaking of rituals, I’d like to invite you to post your favorite winning ritual on our Facebook page for a chance to win a fun Harbor Center prize package.  We will select one lucky winner on September 8th, the day of the Saint’s first regular season game.  Here’s hoping for another winning season and trip to the Superbowl!
    Kathy Lowrey


    Greetings from our General Manager - Back to School - Posted 08/07/2013

    It’s hard to believe that summer is already over and school is about to start. I hope that everyone has had a wonderful and relaxing break. Speaking of school, we are honored that our community allows us to be a part of so many important moments in students’ lives. For several years, the Northshore Harbor Center has hosted school dances, senior picnics, graduations and scholarship banquets. In 2013, we are thrilled to also be the regional location for several LSU Continuing Education Courses. At the Northshore Harbor Center, we understand the importance of education, and we look forward to being a part of your upcoming school year. Kathy Lowrey


    A Message From Our General Manager - Posted 07/12/013

    Wow, it’s hard to believe that half of 2013 has already flown by.  As we look ahead at upcoming events, I can’t help but reflect on the many that have already taken place this year.  We are fortunate to have been the host location for a tremendous variety of events.  The community has allowed us to be a part of their graduations, Mardi Gras balls, dance recitals, fundraisers, and so much more.  On the business front and contributing to the area’s economy, we have hosted business meetings, continuing education classes, several consumer shows and sporting events.  The second half of 2013 promises to bring events that are equally as exciting to the Harbor Center, including a wide variety of old favorites, as well as some new surprises that you won’t want to miss. Be sure to check our website calendar page, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter for the most up-to-date information about upcoming events.  Hope to see you soon!

    Kathy Lowrey


    Deadlines - Posted 07/12/2013

    Ever think about the word “Deadline”?  Many people cringe to hear the word.  I mean… it begins with “dead” so you KNOW it’s not a good thing even before you hear the second half.

    Except… maybe deadlines aren’t really so bad.  We’ve all (hopefully) survived a season of deadlines.  Taxes are filed (hooray)!  School is out – final papers are written – deadlines are met!  And here’s the thing- when you meet a deadline, whether after months of preparation, or one of those pop-up-out-of-the-blue deadlines, the sense of accomplishment is incredibly gratifying.  “I’ve done it,” you think.  “NOW I can breathe again!”  And it feels great to know you have triumphed, done what you have to do, and done it well.

    At the Northshore Harbor Center, our staff has one goal – to make things easy for our clients.  So, deadlines?  Pass them along to us.  When it comes to planning your event, our staff will ask the right questions and guide you through potential rough spots.  We’ll take care of making sure you have the right equipment in place, the right layout planned, and, most of all, the right space for your event.

    We do have one new deadline for you, though – one that can help you save a lot of money!  From now through the end of September, if you book a new event on a weekday, during standard office hours, we will provide you with an inclusive rate with at a great discount!  This is a can’t-miss opportunity for anybody who has wanted to try out our facility but wasn’t sure if it would work within the budget.  But you do have to act fast.  Call us and let us tell you more about this deadline!


    Our Early Spring Tradition - Posted 01/24/2013

    In most of the world, folks are just now recovering from the holidays.  PHEW, you think, done with all of the hubbub and parties and gifts and commitments and places to be…

    In South Louisiana, we make our holidays last a LOT longer.  Tuesday, February 12 is Mardi Gras.  Now, the whole season from Epiphany (January 6) until Ash Wednesday is the Mardi Gras Season.  I think that folks from areas other than South Louisiana have a perception about Mardi Gras that it is rowdy, wild, and not-safe-for-children.

    There are certainly instances where things get rowdy, wild, and not-safe-for-children, but there is a whole other side to Mardi Gras, a gorgeous, decadent side, steeped in tradition and elegance, edged with family-friendly fun, that I want to tell you about.

    First, there are balls.  Mardi Gras balls are unique and wonderful.  If you haven’t been to one, you really should, and there happen to be several coming up here at the Harbor Center, including one that is open to the public (call us for ticket information!).  You will experience the grandeur and glory of being in the company of royalty, with a formal tableau presenting the court followed by a glamorous evening of fine dining, dancing, and mingling with the community’s elite.  Mardi Gras Balls are sumptuous affairs, the most beautiful spectacles of the year, and everybody should experience such a thing at least once.  This is the only time in the USA where you can dine in the company of a King and Queen!

    In addition, we have the parades.  Now, you may have seen Mardi Gras parades on television that show out-of-control antics and, perhaps, more skin than you are used to seeing, but… the truth is?  Try one for yourself.  Especially here on the Northshore, the parades are targeted at kids and families, and you do NOT have to “earn” your beads.  We spend our weekends in this season setting up at our “spot” – we all have our own place that we flock to, parade after parade, year after year – greeting our friends that we haven’t seen in a bit.  Our kids vie for the best “throws,” usually coming home with bags full of beads, feathered bamboo tomahawks, toys and stuffed animals.  The adults replenish their cup collections and laugh and visit with the folks nearby.  Somehow, it always seems to be beautiful outside on parade days, warm and sunny.

    And last, but not least, we have King Cake.  Our staff has a weakness for King Cake!  For you non-Louisianans, King Cake is an almost bread-like dough, braided, filled (we like the pecan filling the best, but there are tons of other options), and baked, then topped with icing and purple, green, and gold sugar.  Think of the best coffee cake you ever had, then imagine it being thirty times more delicious.  That’s King Cake!

    Ah, Mardi Gras.  At the Harbor Center, we are delighted to host the balls of five different Krewes, spending our early spring weekends in the company of royalty.  Come and see for yourself!  And laissez les bons temps rouler!


    Our Children's Special Moments - Posted 05/23/2012

    I was recently thinking about the many different types of events that are held here at the Northshore Harbor Center.  In doing so, it occurred to me that we have the opportunity to host many of the special moments in our children's lives.  Maybe I zeroed in on this because we are in the midst of dance recital season, or perhaps it was because as a mother of three daughters, I keenly remember all of those special moments.  I remember proudly watching them as they danced their hearts out each year at their dance recitals.  I remember the bittersweet feeling as I helped my "little girl" prepare for her first school dance and then proms and sweet sixteen.  I also remember the lump in my throat as I heard their name called and watched them walk up to receive the diploma that they had worked so hard to receive, as they were preparing to go on to the next chapter in their lives.  I am so thankful to be a part of this beautiful facility where so many of your children's special moments are held.  Thank you for allowing the staff and I to share those special moments and to play a part in making them happen!


    You are invited to our Cinco de Mayo gala - Posted 04/13/2012

    I'd like to personally thank you for visiting our Northshore Harbor Center Blog and hope that you'll visit often. I will be writing about the many things that go on at the facility, from future and past events to exciting promotions, great accomplishments, our staff and so much more. One of the most exciting events to put on your calendar is the Cinco de Mayo gala coming up on May 5th, presented by the Friends of the Harbor Center. Many are referring to it as the "Northshore's largest Cinco party ever!"

    Everyone who attends will be swept away to the streets of Old Mexico by the sites, smells, music and of course, delicious margaritas. Guests will experience an explosion of color, serapes, maracas, and authentic paper flowers. Patton's Catering will offer traditional Mexican fare, including a wide variety of passed hors d' oeuvres, chili chowder, red chili seafood, a taco station featuring classic chipotle shrimp and fish, a fajita bar with beef and shrimp and a carne asada station with grilled sirloin, black beans, and rice. And what Mexican fare would be complete without dessert? Both flan and sopapilla cheesecake will be served. A premium open bar will include all of your favorites, as well as margaritas, beer and wine.

    Music will be provided by the Wise Guys, a group made up of some of the finest local New Orleans musicians including a legendary horn section. With their variety and style, the dance floor is sure to stay packed all night.

    The Friends, a 501(c)3 organization, was established in 2004 and is a group of volunteers that work to raise funds to purchase needed equipment for the Center. I would like to thank everyone on the Friends Board for all of their hard work and dedication to this event and our facility. Members are Irma Cry, Richie Artigue, Pete Hanson, Dawn Sharpe Brackett, Ann Barks, Mayor Freddy Drennan, Donna Faucheux, Parish President Pat Brister, Secretary of State Tom Schedler and LA Head of Homeland Security Kevin Davis.

    For more information or tickets to the Cinco de Mayo gala, call 985-781-3650. See you there!


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