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September - December
September – December
Legacy Donor Foundation’s “Soul Revival” marked 15 years.
The United Negro College Fund hosted its inaugural “Mayor’s Masked Ball.”
The Preservation Resource Center’s “Julia Jump” celebrated with a “Mid-City Night’s Dream” theme.
This year’s “Sentimental Journeys” for Longue Vue House & Gardens held a “Night in the Gardens of Spain.”
“Hogs for the Cause’s” kick-off “Seafood Jubilee.”
Bridge House/Grace House’s 18th annual “Cochon Cotillion.”
EJGH’s “Great Lady/Great Gentleman Awards Luncheon” celebrated eight people and 38 years.
Family Service of Greater New Orleans hosted its fourth year of “Hickory Dickory Rock.”
City Year New Orleans celebrated retention and more at “School House Rock.”
Parkway Promenade was hip to hula at “It’s a Luau!”
Jewish Children’s Regional Service celebrated the “Jewish Roots of Broadway.”
The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival presented Hotel Plays.
The Idea Village’s sixth annual “New Orleans Entrepreneur Week Opening Celebration.”
The Children’s Museum of St. Tammany’s annual spring “Celebration.”
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The Garden Study Club of New Orleans and NOMA host their annual “Art in Bloom.”
Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses’ 25th annual “Amazing Grapes Fine Wine and Entertaining Auction.”
Children’s Hospital’s signature black-tie “Sugarplum Ball.”
The Joffery Ballet served as the highlight of this year’s “Ballet Resource and Volunteer Organization Gala.”
Young Audiences of Louisiana’s fifth annual “Dancing for the Arts.”
Raintree Children & Family Services gathered to “Paint the Town Green.”
The New Orleans Museum of Art celebrated its annual “Fellows Dinner.”
The New Orleans chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women presented the “Hannah G. Solomon Award.”
Friends of City Park’s “Lark in the Park” held to restore the carousel.
The American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women Luncheon.”
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