Many Ways to Get Involved with the Back to Banks Bazaar!

Posted February 8, 2019 / Last updated February 25, 2019

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The Back to Banks Blue Jay Bazaar is now on two days, Friday & Saturday, March 22-23, 2019. The re-imagined event will feature Friday night Lenten fare, with pounds and pounds of delicious seafood and music by the Bucktown All-Stars. The fun will continue on Saturday with plenty of food, refreshments, activities, raffles, and live entertainment from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


There are still a few spots available to volunteer on Bazaar on Friday or Saturday!

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Sponsorship are still available until Thursday, Feb. 28!

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Prepare and freeze your favorite dish or entrée for the frozen food booth. Your entrée will help a Blue Jay family on a busy night when cooking seems impossible.

Items should be labeled with (1) the name of the dish, (2) cooking instructions, (3) number of servings, (4) approximate cost of making the dish, and (5) the name of the donor.

Please contact Christin McMath at (504) 289-5724 or with any questions.

Sign Up Online for Frozen Foods


Donations of cakes, cookies, pies, and other desserts are needed. Please do not send items that require refrigeration.

Please contact Katie Blanchard at (504) 559-5682 or and Erika Weeks at (504) 338-5721 or with any questions.

Sign Up Online for Sweet Shoppe


The plant booth is in need of donations of pots, succulents, hanging baskets, flats of flowers, orchids, garden décor, topiaries, house plants, vegetable plants, and small fruit trees.

Donations should be labeled with the name of the item and the donor’s name.

Please contact Tara Doyle at or Julie Relan at with an Plan Booth questions.

Sign Up Online for the Plant Booth

Drive-By Donation Drop Off on Thursday and Friday (March 21-22) from 7:00 AM – 7:45 AM!

Drop off your Blue Jay and your donation at the same time. Volunteers will be available in the carpool line to grab your sweets or frozen foods.

Donations will be accepted at the Blue Awning Entrance on Banks St. during the remainder of the day.