Steppin’ Out Calendar

Walk MS: New Orleans 2015
Saturday, March 21st
Opens at 8am/9am Walk
Audubon Park
6500 Magazine Street, walk begins at 9am
Contact Alexandra Jeannot
(504) 322-3779

Art Trek: Painting in the abstract
expressionist style of Jackson Pollock
Louisiana Children’s Museum
Saturday, March 21st
9:30am to 4pm
Lil’ Lagniappe: Using marbles to
paint in the style of Jackson Pollock
11am to 3pm
420 Julia Street
(504) 523-1357

Saturday Farmers Market
10am to 2pm
French Market
1235 North Peters Street

Spring Plant Sale
Saturday, March 21st
10am to 3pm
The Crosby Arboretum
Mississippi State University
370 Ridge Road, Picayune, MS
(601) 799-2311

Junior Committee of the Women’s Guild for
The New Orleans Opera Association’s
Children’s Spring Party 2015
Saturday, March 21st
11am to 2pm
$10-$18 /Free for children under 2
Guild Home
2504 Prytania Street

Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival
Saturday, March 21st
& Sunday, March 22nd
11am to 7:30pm – Free & open to public
Congo Square, Armstrong Park
835 North Rampart Street

SoFAB’s Mississippi Month
Mississippi Exhibit Opening
Saturday, March 21st
2pm – Free Admission for LA & MS Residents
Demonstration: Chef Brad Orrison,
The Shed Barbecue and Blues Joint
Southern Food & Beverage Museum
1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
(504) 569-0405

9th Annual Gretna Jubilee
Supporting West Bank Magnet Schools
Featuring Kermit Ruffins and the Barbecue Swingers
Open bar & food from over 30 restaurants
Saturday, March 21st
7pm to 10pm
$50 tickets available at door
Gretna Farmers Market
300 Huey P. Long Avenue, Gretna

Audubon Charter School Host Soiree
Life is a Cabaret
Saturday, March 21st
7pm to 11pm
$40-$50 Admission
Mid-City Theatre
3540 Toulouse Street
(504) 324-7100

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra presents
“Pierrot Lunaire”
Featuring Clarinetist José Franch-Ballester
& Soprano Amy Pfrimmer
Saturday, March 21st
7:30pm – $35 Admission
NOMA Auditorium
1 Collins C. Diboll Circle, City Park
(504) 658-4100

New Beginnings Schools Foundations presents
“An Evening With Deacon John”
All proceeds benefit high-quality
education to New Orleans students
Saturday, March 21st
8pm to 11pm – $65
Preservation Resource Center
923 Tchoupitoulas Street

Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
33rd Annual Dog Day
Sunday, March 22nd, 11am
Big Lake Lawn, City Park
(504) 368-5191

“Once: The Musical”
Sunday, March 22nd
2pm & 7:30pm – $50-$145
Saenger Theatre
1111 Canal Street
(800) 218-7469

Organ recital of Nathan Laube
Sunday, March 22nd, 5pm
Free & open to public
Saint Louis Cathedral
615 Pere Antoine Alley
(504) 525-9595 ext 135 or 150

Art Trek: “Where the Wild Things Are” monster creation
Tuesday, March 24th
9:30am to 1:30pm
Toddler Time: Reading
“Harold and the Purple Crayon,” by Crockett Johnson
10:30am to 11am
Science Activity: Learning about animal habitats and using
natural materials to construct replicas of favorite animals
11:30am to 12:30pm
420 Julia Street
(504) 523-1357

Opera on Tap
Wednesday, March 25th
7pm to 8:30pm
Free & open to public
The Puccini Bar
Four Points by Sheraton
541 Bourbon Street
(504) 524-7611 ext 146

Featuring Irvin Mayfield
Wednesday, March 25th, 8pm
Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse
300 Bourbon Street
(504) 553-2299

Tennessee Williams/
New Orleans Literary Festival
March 25th-29th

Loyola University hosts
A reading by award-winning poet
R. Flowers Rivera
Thursday, March 26th, 5pm
Whitney Presentation Room
Thomas Hall
6363 Saint Charles Avenue
Contact Trimiko Melancon:

Thursdays at Twilight:
James Rivers Movement
Thursday, March 26th
Gates open 5pm/Music begins 6pm – $10
Pavilion of the Two Sisters
City Park

Ogden After Hours presents
Sarah McCoy
Thursday, March 26th, 6pm to 8pm
$10 museum admission/Members free
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
(504) 539-9650

Author Edwin Garrubbo:
“Sunday Pasta: A Year Around the
Table with Family and Friends”
Book Launch, Signing & Tasting
Thursday, March 26th
6pm to 8pm
Octavia Books
513 Octavia Street
(504) 899-READ (7323)

“The Turn of the Screw”
March 26th-29th
Thurs., 7pm; Fri. & Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm
Free or donation at door
Playhouse NOLA
3214 Burgundy Street
(504) 914-7553

Friday Nights at NOMA
Friday, March 27th
5pm to 8pm: Art on the Spot
5:30pm to 8:30pm: Music by Erin Demastes
6pm: Screening: “Mona Lisa is Missing”
New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins C. Diboll Circle, City Park
(504) 658-4100

The Midtown Men
Friday, March 27th, 7pm
Mahalia Jackson Theater for Performing Arts
1419 Basin Street

Mid-City Theatre Cabaret Month
Bremner Duthie:
“A Speakeasy Cabaret: Songs,
Reveries and Libations of Prohibition”
Friday, March 27th &
Saturday, March 28th
8pm – $15
Mid-City Theatre
3540 Toulouse Street
(504) 488-1460

Femme Fest 2015
Louisiana Women Artists Exhibition
Through March 27th
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation
1205 Rampart Street

Hogs for the Cause 2015
March 27th-28th, Gates open at 3pm
City Park Wisner Boulevard

New Orleans Fashion Week
Through March 28th

“When Ya Smilin’”
Through March 28th
Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts
325 Minor Street, Kenner
(504) 461-9475

“Phil Sandusky:
“New Paintings of New Orleans and Ocean Springs”
Through March 28th
Cole Pratt Gallery
3800 Magazine Street
(504) 891-6789

Hike for KaTREEna Big TREEsy Giveaway
Council District B
Saturday, March 28th
9am to 12pm
Keller Library
4300 South Broad Street

“Beyond Rosie:
Women’s Roles on the American Home Front”
Saturday, March 28th
10am: Gathering of the Rosies
12pm: Presentation
10am to 1pm: Artifact display
Free & open to the public
Arizona/Missouri Room
National WWII Museum
945 Magazine Street
RSVP: (504) 582-1944 x 229

Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans
Shotgun House Tour
Saturday, March 28th
10am to 4pm
Tickets: $20/$25
Sponsorship: $500-$5,000
2728 Magazine Street
(504) 581-7032

Tine Freeman Panel Discussion
Saturday, March 28th
3pm to 5pm
$7.50-$12.50/Free for members
Photo Gallery, 3rd Floor
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street

Exploring SAORI
2-hour weaving workshop
Led by Artists Nancy Rhett & Jenny Pelc
Saturday, March 28th, 10am to 12pm
$20-$25 Admission
Education Gallery, 3rd Floor
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street

Redd Linen Night
A Visual Arts Event With a Twist
Saturday, March 28th
6pm to 10pm
$15-$35 Admission
Ashé Cultural Arts Center
1724 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
(504) 569-9070

Cripple Creek Theatre Company presents
The Civilian Theatre Project
“Revolt of the Beavers”
Saturday, March 28th
& Sunday, March 29th
8pm – Free & open to the public
Stein’s Market & Deli
2207 Magazine Street

Louisiana SPCA
Palm Sunday Rabies Vaccination Drive
Sunday March 29th
1pm to 5pm – $15 Fees

Southern Rep presents
“Suddenly Last Summer”
by Tennessee Williams
Through March 29th
Thursday-Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 3pm
$20-$40/Previews $25
Ashé Power House Theater
1731 Baronne Street
(504) 522-6545

“Welcoming Spring”
Group Invitational Exhibition
Through April 5th
Garden District Gallery
1332 Washington Street
(504) 891-3032

“Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist –
Works on Paper by the Artist and His Circle”
Through May 24th
Newcomb Art Gallery
Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University
Plum Street between Broadway Street & Newcomb Place
(504) 865-5328

Louisiana State Museum presents
“Keeping Time: Extraordinary Images
from Louisiana’s Musical Past”
Jazz Photography Exhibit
Through July 2015
Old U.S. Mint, 3rd Floor Performance Hall
400 Esplanade Avenue
(504) 523-3939


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