Steppin’ Out Calendar

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“Walk: A Festival for Life”
Saturday, September 26th
8:30am Registration
Audubon Park

Saturday Farmers Market
Music by The Multineers
Saturday, September 26th
10am to 2pm
French Market
1235 North Peters Street

Arts Market of New Orleans
Saturday, September 26th
10am to 4pm
Palmer Park
South Carrollton Avenue at South Claiborne Avenue

Algiers Fall Festival
Celebrating the Military and Our Community
Saturday, September 26th
11am to 7pm
Free admission & parking
Federal City
2500 General Meyer Avenue
(504) 367-3331

6th Annual NOLA on Tap
Beer Fest Benefitting Louisiana SPCA
Saturday, September 26th
1pm to 8pm/Noon VIP Entry
VIP Early Bird Pass $30 (NOOT Koozie, Access to VIP Tent)
Brewmaster Pass $50 (40 Drink Tickets + NOLA on Tap T-shirt)
Individual Drink Ticket Price $1
New Orleans City Park
Festival Grounds

Delta Festival Ballet
“Nutcracker” Auditions
Dancers need to be at least 7 years old
Saturday, September 26th
2:30pm to 3:45pm/2pm Registration
$10 fee by cash or check
Giacobbe Academy of Dance
6925 Veterans Boulevard
(504) 889-0940

“Change Gotta Come”
A Concert to Get Out the Vote
Featuring Theresa Andersson & Stooges Brass Band
Saturday, September 26th
7pm Doors/8pm Concert – $15
The Howlin’ Wolf
907 South Peters Street
(504) 529-5844

“RISQ: A Burlesque Revue”
Featuring Special Guest Angela Eve,
Bella Blue, Nikki LeVillain and Angie Z
Saturday, September 26th
9pm – Free
Masquerade Nightclub
Harrah’s Casino
801 Canal Street

“Wave, Leaf & Stone: Images of Medieval Song”
Sunday, September 27th
St. Joseph Abbey Church
75376 River Road, Benedict
(504) 895-1972

Barbara Sillery Book Signing
“Biloxi Memories”
Monday, September 28th
Octavia Books
513 Octavia Street
(504) 899-READ (7323)

Join My House & the Broadmoor Improvement Association
present Eatmoor in Broadmoor
Rotating Food Truck Festival
Featuring King Creole, Crepes á la Carte, Frencheeze,
Burgers Ya Heard & Imperial Woodpecker Sno-Balls
Music: Shotgun Double
Tuesday, September 29th
5pm to 8pm
Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center
4300 South Broad Street

People United for Armstrong Park present
Jazz in the Park Season 8
Raw Oyster Cult
& The Pinettes Brass Band
Thursday, October 1st
4pm to 8pm
Armstrong Park
701 North Rampart Street

Thursdays at Twilight Concert Series –
Paul Sanchez and Minimum Rage
Thursday, October 1st
Gates open 5pm/Music begins 6pm – $10
Pavilion of the Two Sisters
City Park

Ogden After Hours –
Russell Gulley
Thursday, October 1st
6pm to 8pm
$10 museum admission/free for members
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
(504) 539-9650

Friday Nights at NOMA:
Opening of Tim Youd’s 100 Novels Project
Friday, October 2nd
5pm to 8pm: Art on the Spot
5:30pm to 8:30pm: Music by The Roamin’ Jasmine
6pm: Lecture in the Stern Auditorium:
“Slavery in the Parlor” with Dr. Mary Niall Mitchell,
Midlo Chair for New Orleans Studies, UNO
6pm to 8pm: Tim Youd: “A Confederacy of Dunces”
New Orleans Museum of Art
1 Collins C. Diboll Circle, City Park
(504) 658-4100

Gleason Gras Race & Festival
Hosted by What You Give Will Grow
Featuring Better Than Ezra, Flow Tribe,
Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Tysson &
Paul Varisco and the Milestones
Saturday, October 3rd
9am – 3.7 mile race
$45 through September 29th/$55 race day/$20 youth (15 and under)
11am to 7pm – Festival
$5 advance/$10 at gate
VIP Tickets (Limited) $250/$300 at gate/$100 youth
Team Gleason House at St. Margaret’s
3525 Bienville Street

Kasimu Harris: “The 10-Year Journey:
Reflections of Family, Identity and New Orleans”
Through October 10th
$7 adults/$5 students/$3 children
The George and Leah McKenna Museum of African American Art
2003 Carondelet Street
(504) 586-7432

“From Winnfield to Washington:
The Life and Career of Huey P. Long”
Though October 11th
Free admission
The Historic New Orleans Collection
533 Royal Street
(504) 523-4662

Día de Los Muertos (Day of the Day)
Altar Exhibition
Through November 10th
Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street
(504) 539-9650


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