Steppin’ Out Calendar

Bad Girls of Burlesque!
Friday, January 30th
8:30pm – $27
House of Blues
225 Decatur Street
(504) 310-4999

Grow Dat Farm Stand
Saturday, January 31st
9am to Noon
150 Zachary Taylor Drive
City Park
(Between Dog Park & Pan Am Stadium)

Krewe du Vieux Parade
Saturday, January 31st
Starts in Faubourg Marigny,
Continues through the French Quarter
& crosses Canal Street for first time!
Ends on O’Keefe Avenue & Lafayette Street

Krewe Delusion Parade
Saturday, January 31st
Follows Krewe du Vieux
Starts in Bywater and continues
through the French Quarter

Author Tom Cooper
Discussion and Book Signing
“The Marauders”
Interviewed by Bill Loehfelm
Tuesday, February 3rd
6pm to 7:30pm
Garden District Book Shop
2727 Prytania Street
(504) 895-2266

The Alliance Française de la Nouvelle-Orléans presents
Traditional French Cooking: Leek
Wednesday, February 4th
5:30pm to 8pm
$85/$65 for Alliance Française members
The Southern Food and Beverage Museum
1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard

The Historic New Orleans Collection &
Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra present
“Musical Louisiana: America’s Cultural Heritage”
Ninth installment of concert series:
“New Orleans and the Spanish World”
Carlos Miguel Prieto, conductor
Wednesday, February 4th
7pm Doors; 7:30pm Concert
Free and open to public
St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square
(504) 523-4662
(504) 523-6530

Thursdays at Twilight:
Lena Prima
Thursday, February 5th
Gates open 5pm/Music begins 6pm – $10
Pavilion of the Two Sisters
City Park

Ogden After Hours presents
101 Drummers featuring Big Chief Juan Pardo
& Clementine Hunter Sketchbook Book Launch
Thursday, February 5th
6pm to 8pm
Museum admission: $10
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
(504) 539-9650

“King Cocktail inn Story and Song:
Dale DeGroff in Conversation with Philip Dobard”
Thursday, February 5th
6:30pm to 9:30pm
$50/$60 at door
Museum of the American Cocktail
1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard
(504) 569-0405

“Making a Jazz Gumbo”
Featuring Richard Scott, keyboard;
Matt Hampsey, guitar and washboard;
Leroy Etienne, bass
Deborah Etienne makes gumbo while
musicians discuss the history of Jazz
Friday, February 6th
2pm to 3pm
Farmers Market Stage
New Orleans French Market

Friday Nights at NOMA
Friday, February 6th, 5pm to 9pm
Art on the Spot: Free Art Activities
5pm to 8pm
Music TBD
5:30pm to 8:30pm
Film Screening: “Watermark”
by Ed Burtynsky
Remarks by Russell Lord, 6:30pm
Screening at 7pm
$8 admission
New Orleans Museum of Art
Sydney and Walda Besthoff  Sculpture Garden
City Park
(504) 658-4100

Jefferson Performing Arts Society presents
The Comedy Fusion Revival Tour
Friday, February 6th &
Saturday, February 7th
7:30pm – $15
Teatro Wego!
177 Sala Avenue, Westwego
(504) 885-2000

Arbor Day Plant Sale
Saturday, February 7th
10am to 3pm
Free admission
The Crosby Arboretum
Mississippi State University
370 Ridge Road, Picayune, MS
(601) 799-2311

Group Invitational Exhibition
Through February 22nd
Garden District Gallery
1332 Washington Avenue
(504) 891-3032

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


Steppin' Out airs Friday nights at 6:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.

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