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Permanent Peace Crane Origami Ornaments, Cake Toppers, Party Favors
By Nancy McNally of San Francisco

Harry Connick, Jr. was born Joseph Harry Fowler Connick, New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of Harry Connick, Sr., who was the district attorney of New Orleans from 1977-2003, and Anita, a judge, lawyer, and former Louisiana Supreme Court justice. His parents also owned a record store. Connick, Jr's mother, a native of New York City, is Jewish, and his father is of Irish Catholic background.. Connick, Jr. has a sister, Suzanna. He was raised in the Lakeview neighborhood of New Orleans. Connick's musical talents soon came to the fore when he learned the keyboards at the age of three, played publicly at age six and recorded with a local jazz band at ten. At age nine he performed the Piano Concerto No. 3 Opus 37 of Beethoven with the then New Orleans Symphony Orchestra (now the Louisiana Philharmonic). His musical talents were developed at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and under the tutelage of Ellis Marsalis and James Booker.

Involvement for Hurricane Katrina victims
On September 2, 2005, Harry Connick, Jr. helped to organize, and appeared in, the NBC-sponsored live telethon concert, A Concert for Hurricane Relief, for relief in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. As a native son of New Orleans, he spent several days touring the city, to draw attention to the plight of citizens stranded at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and other places. At the concert he paired with host Matt Lauer (Today Show), and entertainers including Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kanye West, Mike Myers, and John Goodman.

On September 6, 2005, Connick was made honorary chair of Habitat for Humanity’s “Operation Home Delivery,” a long-term rebuilding plan for families victimized by Hurricane Katrina in the Big Easy and along the Gulf Coast of New Orleans,
Connick and Branford Marsalis devised an initiative to help restore New Orleans's musical heritage. Habitat for Humanity and New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, working with Connick and Branford Marsalis announced December 6, 2005, plans for a Musicians' Village in New Orleans. The Musicians' Village will include Habitat-constructed homes, with an Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, as the area's centerpiece. The Habitat-built homes will provide musicians and anyone else who qualifies the opportunity to buy decent, affordable housing.

He is a founder of the Krewe of Orpheus, a music-based New Orleans krewe, taking its name from Orpheus of classical mythology. The Krewe of Orpheus parades on St. Charles Avenue and Canal Street in New Orleans on Lundi Gras (Fat Monday)
Connick appeared in the NBC sitcom Will & Grace in November 2005, and appeared in additional three episodes in 2006.

Bug, a film directed by William Friedkin, is a psychological thriller filmed in 2005, starring Connick, Ashley Judd, and Michael Shannon. The film was released in 2007.

He starred in the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game, produced by the Roundabout Theater Company, along with Michael McKean and Kelli O'Hara, at the American Airlines Theatre in 2006. It ran from February 23 to June 17, 2006, including five benefit performances running from June 13 to June 17. The Pajama Game cast recording was nominated for a Grammy, after being released as part of Connick's double disc album Harry on Broadway, Act I.

The film New in Town starring Connick and Renée Zellweger, began filming in January 2008, and was released in January 2009.

link to birds made with Fleur de Lis designs

Peace Cane Ornaments are hard glazed for keepsake collecting; jewel and wire attached for hanging; custom orders encouraged for table top and party decorations. size: 3" X 6" Extra stock is available for all the cranes shown in this store. Click on thumbnails to see alternative cranes available, and contact me.

Tie this onto your wrapped gift to add affordable luxury. Place a few of these permanently glazed ornaments in a box and you have a luxurious gift for a modest price! Fans of these keepsake peace cranes treasure them.

Buy 5 peace cranes receive a 6th crane FREE !
25% discount if you buy ten cranes,
35% discount if you buy 25 or more.

Mobiles made of these cranes are a favorite way to display these cranes. A flock of birds or several birds are charming, with an arrangement of birds hung on branches, in a beautiful vase.

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Harry Connick Jr Peace Crane Bird, Wedding Cake Topper, Origami Ornament Party Favor Fleur de Lis Florentia Paper Anniversary Decoration

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