All The Best (3216 W. Esplanade Ave. N, Metairie, 835-1499) has resumed its framing services after replacing equipment and materials owner Lynn Templeton says were ruined in Hurricane Katrina. The shop specializes in high-quality, unusual matting and framing for original artworks and prints.
Pay cash and take home roses for $6.50 a dozen with no quantity limits at Federico's Family Florist (815 Focis St., Metairie, 837-6400).
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery is reopening April 4 at 843 Carondelet St., Suite 1 (522-5471; www.jonathanferraragallery.com), upstairs from its previous location. The downstairs space previously occupied by the gallery at 841 Carondelet St. will house Global Green USA, a resource center dedicated to educating building professionals, homeowners, developers, politicians and the public about resource efficient building techniques.
Enjoy a wine-and-cheese party, pick up some bargains at a silent auction and contribute to a good cause at the LSU School of Medicine's event to benefit Camp Tiger from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, March 31, at the Shaw Center for the Arts (100 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge). A $10 donation will be accepted at the door. Proceeds go to Camp Tiger, a nonprofit organization operated by the freshman class of the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, WHICH holds a weeklong day camp each summer for New Orleans-area children who are mentally or physically challenged. For more information about the party, call Marly Dows at (225) 281-1222 or Stephen Sanches at (225) 315-3394. To make a donation to Camp Tiger, visit www.lsuhsc.edu/camptiger.
You have until the end of the month, Friday, March 31, to save at least 10 percent off kitchenware at Savvy Gourmet (4519 Magazine St., 895-2665). People who live in areas that were flooded will receive an additional discount based on the depth of floodwater in your zip code, and everyone will receive a 20 percent discount on special "Savvy Sets," bundles of kitchen essentials picked out by the store's staff.
All reproduction footed tubs have been discounted as part of a grand opening special at Tubs 'N Things (4609 Magazine St., 895-0052).
Whole Foods Market Arabella Station (5600 Magazine St., 899-9119; www.wholefoodsmarket.com) will donate 3 percent of its sales on Wednesday, March 29, to the Gulf Coast Fishermen Relief Fund. The store is donating 3 percent of its Wednesday sales to different charities through April 19.