Steppin’ Out Calendar

2014 Fall Film Series
Movies in the Garden
Friday, September 19th
Art on the Spot: Free Art Activities
& Music by Jazz Vocalist Cindy Scott
5pm to 7pm
Film Screening: “Sunset Boulevard”
Food Vendors: Crepes a la Cart,
Green to Go NOLA & Frencheeze
$8 admission
New Orleans Museum of Art
Sydney and Walda Besthoff  Sculpture Garden
City Park
(504) 658-4100

“Drawings from the Life of Pi”
Panel Discussion with Artist Alexis Rockman,
Brett Littman, Executive Director,
The Drawing Center, New York,
and Jean-Christophe Catelli,
Associate Producer, “Life of Pi”
Friday, September 19th
Free with museum admission
Stern Auditorium
New Orleans Museum of Art
City Park
(504) 658-4100

Artful Palate: Summer Cooking Demo Series
“Moles: The Influence of Mexican Cuisine on Louisiana Cooking”
Chef Chris Montero, Café NOMA and café b
Friday, September 19th
New Orleans Museum of Art, City Park
(504) 482-1264

Martini Madness
Friday, September 19th
8pm to 11pm
$50 general admission/$40 FOCP members
$75 “Before the Madness” 7pm to 8pm
(includes reserved seating & VIP bar)
Popp Fountain and Arbor Room
City Park

Justice for All Ball 2014
“Opening Doors”
Friday, September 19th
8pm to Midnight
The Audubon Tea Room
6500 Magazine Street

5th Annual Salon de Jeanne d’Arc
Full Day Conference
hosted by Loyola University
Medieval Studies Program
Saturday, September 20th
11am to 4pm
Free and open to public
Danna Student Center
Audubon Room, 2nd Floor
Loyola University
6363 Saint Charles Avenue

NOLA Blue Doo Run
Benefiting Dr. Oliver Sartor’s
Prostate Cancer Research Fund
at Tulane Cancer Center
Saturday, September 20th
4:30 Registration;6pm Walk/Run
$30 registration/$20 ages 20 and under
Gibson Quad, Tulane University
6823 Saint Charles Avenue

Women’s Awareness Project
Proceeds go to
Metropolitan Center for Women and Children
Saturday, September 20th
Solidarity Bike Ride Meet-Up
Dashing Bikes
628 North Rampart Street
(504) 264-3343
Art exhibit, Raffle prizes
Live Music by Christin Bradford & Sirens
DJ set by Michelle Currier
7pm to Midnight
Inner Recess
1068 Magazine Street

“Driving Miz Daisy”
Adella Gautier and Michael Martin
with Scott Jefferson
Directed by Diana Shortes
Saturday, September 19th, 8pm
& Sunday, September 20th, 2pm
$12 or by donation, at door
The AllWays Theatre
1030 Marigny Street
(504) 758-5590

Ballet Hysell’s “The Nutcracker” Auditions
Sunday, September 21st
1pm Ages 5-11
3pm Ages 12 and older
Arrive 30 minutes before audition times
Females bring pointe shoes
No audition fees
New Orleans School of Ballet
717 Adams Street
(504) 897-5505

Dance for Social Change Festival
Sunday, September 21st
2pm to 5pm
Ashé Cultural Arts Center
1300-1700 blocks Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
(504) 535-5791

Banned Books Week Reading Event
Monday, September 22nd
6pm to 8pm
New Orleans Public Library
219 Loyola Avenue
(504) 529-7323

“Eatmoor in Broadmoor”
Food Truck Line-Up
FOOD DRUNK, La Cocinita
St. Clair Wood Fired Pizza
Tuesday, September 23rd
5pm to 9pm
Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center
4300 South Broad Street

“NCIS: New Orleans” premiere
“Gumbo Party”
Tuesday, September 23rd
7pm to 9pm
Pizza Nola
141 West Harrison Avenue
(504) 872-0731

People United for Armstrong Park present
Jazz in the Park Fall 2014 – Season 6
Russell Batiste & Friends
with The Wild Tchoupitoulas
Edna Karr Marching Band
Mike Soulman Baptiste
Thursday, September 25th
4pm to 8pm
Armstrong Park
701 North Rampart Street

Thursdays at Twilight:
Tanya and Dorise
Thursday, September 25th
6pm  $10
Pavilion of the Two Sisters
City Park

“ZomBeads – Mardi Gras Remade in New Orleans”
2015 Mardi Gras Throws Line Unveiled
Made from locally sourced, sustainable & recycled materials
Thursday, September 25th
6:30pm to 8pm
Ariodante Contemporary Craft Gallery
535 Julia Street
(504) 524-3233

Love in the Garden
Friday, September 26th
7pm Patron Party  $150/members $125
8pm Garden Party $100/$75 members
9pm Late Night Party $50
Sydney and Walda Besthoff  Sculpture Garden
New Orleans Museum of Art, City Park
(504) 658-4121

Free Film Screening:
“Blaze” (1989)
Starring Paul Newman,
Lolita Davidovich and Jerry Hardin
Saturday, September 27th
10:30am  Free Admission
In conjunction with the current exhibition
“From Cameo to Close-up: Louisiana in Film”
Through November 26th
The Historic New Orleans Collection
Williams Research Center
410 Chartres Street
(504) 523-4662

“1964 – The Tribute”
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary
of The Beatles in New Orleans
Saturday, September 27th
8pm  $39-$54
The Saenger Theatre
1111 Canal Street
(504) 525-1052

White Light Art Show
art + technology with works on display
in the electromagnetic spectrum of color
ROYGBIV (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green,
Blue, Indigo and Violet)
Through September 28th
10am to 5pm
M Studio
835 Julia Street (entrance on Baronne)

Author Luther Guin Book Signing Event
“XL7-The Story of Xavier Lysten”
Through September 28th
Friday-Sunday, 7:30pm
Teatro Wego!
177 Sala Avenue, Westwego
(504) 885-2000

“Shrek: The Musical”
Through September 28th
Thurs.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 2pm
Saturday, September 27th
2pm & 8pm  $32-$37
Rivertown Theaters for the Performing Arts
325 Minor Street, Kenner
(504) 461-9475

Broadway in New Orleans presents
“Chicago: The Musical”
October 7th-12th
Tues.-Thurs.., 7:30pm; Fri., 8pm
Sat., 2pm & 8pm; Sun., 2pm & 7:30pm
The Saenger Theatre
1111 Canal Street
(504) 287-0351
Ticketmaster: (800) 745-3000
Group Sales (504) 287-0372

“Krewe of Hermes: The Diamond Jubilee”
Through December 31st
The Presbytere
Louisiana State Museum
751 Chartres Street
(504) 568-6968

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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