NEW ORLEANS – After a two-year hiatus, Fall Fête, Audubon Charter School’s annual fair and fundraiser, returns on Saturday, Nov. 5 to the school’s new Live Oak campus Uptown.
Fall Fête will take place from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Audubon’s Live Oak campus, 3128 Constance Street, New Orleans. Admission is free.
Musical entertainment includes headliners Preservation Hall All-Stars, bilingual sensation Sam Craft from Sweet Crude, the Miss Sophie Lee Band, Roland Cheramie and Friends, Coach O and His Band and the NOCCA Jazz Ensemble.
Food will be available from Clancy’s, Lilette, Oh Thai!, Dat Dinde, The Boar’s Nest and Hansen’s Sno Blitz, among others, with event signature C’est la Vie cocktails among extensive beverage offerings.
Activities include an art market, le poulet poop!, spin art, three sports playstation, wrecking ball, dunk tank, duck pond, face painting, a Rare Bird school performance tent and a recreation of the infamous Bastille prison.
“We are so excited to bring back Fall Fête,” said Audubon PTO President Katie Pedroza. “We can’t wait to show off our new Live Oak campus. We will have bands, games, food, and spirits to be enjoyed on the backyard and under the oaks on Ninth Street. This will be a Fall Fête like no other! Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, we Rarebirds will fête again! Re-vive la fête!”
More information at www.audubonfallfete.org
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