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Family Fringe

November 23-24, 12-5pm

Performances, workshops, maker land, open-mic, magic, and arts and crafts activities for kids. FREE!! In the Marigny Opera House yard. 

Free Art Activities - Performances - Workshops - Music

Family Fringe is FREE and open to the public.
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November 23 and 24 from 12 pm-5 pm at the Marigny Opera House at the corner of Dauphine and St. Ferdinand.

Saturday, November 23, 12-5pm

12:00 - 4pm - Mardi Gras bead Weaving Bee
12:00 -  5pm  -  MAKER LAND
12:30  -  MAGIC -TommEE Pickles   
1:00    -  DANCE WORKSHOP - Jarrell Hamilton 
1:30    -  STORY TELLING - Adelle Gautier
2:00   -   GOOD CHILDREN PARADE
3:00   -   KIDS IMPROV - Kerry Cahill      

Sunday November 24, 12-5 pm

12:00 - 4pm - Mardi Gras bead Weaving Bee
12:00- 5pm  -  MAKER LAND
12:30   -   MAGIC - TommEE Pickles 
1:00      -   SACRED WASTE (Performance)  -  Bonny McDonald
1:30     -   KID'S OPEN MIC
4:00     -   Dance Performance:  Tamika Jett & Company
 
Family Fringe is entirely FREE!  Want to organize an activity? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Interested in performing at the Open Mic? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
 
The NEW ORLEANS FAMILY FRINGE 2013 promises to be bigger and better than ever!  This year we are introducing 'MAKERLAND'!    We have invited several "makers" from all over the City to do hands on demonstrations of their inventions, tinker toys, etc. We are super excited to announce the collaboration with the New Orleans Airlift, who will present a Kid friendly Musical Maker Land as well as robot makers and other cool kid-friendly inventions. Good Eggs will be joining maker land with macaroni art, lemonade demonstration (including samples!) and pumpkin art! This year Family Fringe is excited to bring community artist Dixon Stetler to host a ‘Weaving Bee’ at the Marigny Opera House. Similar to a `sewing circle', a Weaving Bee, is a gathering of people who come together to create with many hands.  Participants of all ages will work on a collaborative fence weaving reusing discarded Mardi Gras beads.
 
Sneak peek performances from some of the Fringe "family-friendly" shows, and featured guests, such local storyteller, Adella Adella The Story Teller, a dance workshop by Choreographer, Jarrell Hamilton and a Kid's Improv workshop with local Actress, Kerry Cahill ('Now You See Me', 'Snitch'), just to name a few, will grace our Family Fringe Stage.  And we are super excited to announce that once again, this year’s Family Fringe Kid's Open Mic event will be hosted by our very own Deborah Evans, President of Della Music Publishing.

 

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Our Sponsors

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Fringe is supported by a SEED grant from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. This program is supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council.  This program is supported in part by a Community Arts Grant made possible by the City of New Orleans. The grant is administered through the Arts Council of New Orleans.

 

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