Apr 122018
 

Springtime and warmer weather means it’s time to revel in all that New Orleans holds most dear: our vibrant music culture, delectable cuisine, and our youthful spirit! The Hootenanny on Friday, April 20th is Grow Dat Youth Farm’s party with a purpose that benefits Grow Dat Youth Farm’s programs. Tickets at growdatyouthfarm.org.

The event will showcase the captivating talents of New Orleans’ own Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble followed by ToBeContinued Brass Band. Guests will enjoy hometown brews, craft cocktails and small bites from 27 beloved local restaurants like Pagoda Cafe, Marjie’s Grill, Barrel Proof, and Restaurant R’evolution. Youth will also be leading farm themed games and speaking about their experience at Grow Dat.

The mission of Grow Dat Youth Farm is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. The farm is a safe and supportive work environment where young people from across the city engage in rigorous leadership development, while building relationships across race, class, gender, and sexual orientation. Each year, more than 70 high school students grow, sell, and donate 25,000 pounds of food to the community, and another 1,500 young people come to the farm to learn about food, agriculture, and the environment.

The Hootenanny
Friday, April 20, 2018
6:00–10:30 pm
Grow Dat Youth Farm, 150 Zachary Taylor Dr.

Participating Restaurants
Sac-a-lait | Galatoire’s Restaurant
Drago’s Seafood Restaurant | Dante’s Kitchen
Rimon | Company Burger
Marjie’s Grill | River Sticks
Pagoda | Emeril’s Restaurants
Three Muses | Rosedale
Ralph’s on the Park | Cavan
Meauxbar | Sylvain
Barrel Proof | Longway Tavern
Restaurant R’evolution | Fat Boy Pantry
Magazine Pizza | Unique Eatz
Juan’s Flying Burrito | HiVolt Coffee
Bacchanal | Liberty’s Kitchen
Creole Creamery

Generously Sponsored By
Jim & Donna Barksdale | Capital One | State Farm | Verdad Real Estate | Rick Boebel | Mitchell & Associates, A Professional Law Corporation | LeBlanc Landscaping | Big Easy ‘Bucha | WWNO | Mid-City Messenger | The New Orleans Advocate | Biz New Orleans | Mele Printing | Whiv 102.3fm | Abita Brewing | Swamp Pop

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