It’s the last chance to experience the Young Leadership Council’s Wednesdays at the Square — and spring’s glorious weather! This month closes out the 10-week, free concert series presented by Abita Brewing Company: May 3: The Soul Rebels, Tonya Boyd-Cannon; May 10: Nigel Hall, Miss Mojo; May 17: glbl wrmng, LeTrainiump. The concerts are 5 p.m.- 8 p.m. and food, beverage and art vendors are on site. This event raises funds for the programs of the YLC, including the Lafayette Square Conservancy, which maintains the downtown green space.; Instagram: @ylcnola

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Grow Dat’s Harvest

Savor fresh cuisine and ideas from four of New Orleans top women chefs and Grow Dat Farm’s young participants at the Grow Dat Spring Dinner on the Farm, May 23. Set along a beautiful bayou in City Park where the farm is located (150 Zachary Taylor Dr.), the four-course meal is prepared by the award-winning Sophina Uong/Mister Mao; Martha Wiggins/Café Reconcile; Meg Bickford/Commander’s Palace and Melissa Araujo/Alma. Not only are food and cocktails part of the evening, guests are treated to a youth-led tour of the farm where growing and learning about food, as well as personal transformation are always on the menu. Tickets and information:; Instagram: @growdatyouthfarm

Toasting Magazine

Bubbly and shopping are a natural combination, so on May 13, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. the Magazine Street Merchants Association brings back its popular Champagne Stroll presented by Gulf Coast Bank & Trust. The bubbly is generously provided by Breaux Mart and there is music, food, entertainment and special offers at a variety of stores along this famed shopping and dining street. This year, participating businesses will be recycling their glass bottles with Glass Half Full and Glassroots, courtesy of Vintage Green Review.; Instagram: @magazinestreet

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Pedal Power 

Ever want to know what it’s like to bike on a motor racing course? Now’s your chance at NOLA Motorsports Park Bike Night, May 10 and 24, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Cyclists of all ages and skills can bring their bikes to try their prowess on the park’s 2.75 FIA grad 2 road course. Not only that, participants can purchase a round of karting, with the option for a second round on another night. Food and beverages are available. If you miss May, the Bike Nights continue into October on select Wednesdays. Tickets and information:; 110075 Nicolle Blvd., Avondale; Instagram: @nolamotorsports

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Celebrating Mom

The Windsor Court Hotel offers a tantalizing choice for Mother’s Day, May 14: a traditional tea service or a jazz brunch. Le Salon is where to find a traditional British tea with 14 types of loose-leaf teas, scones, tea sandwiches and sweet treats. The Grill Room is serving a four-course menu with offerings including confit King Trumpet mushroom, potato and leek bisque, butter-poached lobster and lemon blueberry tart; a wine pairing is also available. Tea is served May 13 and 14, brunch on May 14. Reservations required. Call 504-596-4773 or go through Open Table. 300 Gravier St.,; Instagram: @thewindsorcourt