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The markets offer fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

Voices in the Dark Repertory Theatre Company's abridged performance of the history of the state told through the eyes of Santee, an enslaved woman in New Orleans, as part of the commemoration of the arrival of the first slave ships to Louisiana 300 years ago. Registration required. www.hnoc.org. Read more

New Orleans will be filled with the sound of drums and the vibration of healing prayers, chants and songs as Ashé Cultural Arts Center, the 400 Years of African American History Commission, Congo Square Preservation Society and United Culture Bearers of Louisiana coordinate 12 hours of activ… Read more

Drummer Luther Gray of the Congo Square Preservation Society will lead the procession that will gather at the former Black Star Caffe, 800 Belleville St., for a program honoring Juan St. Malo, a Maroon resistance leader who was hung by the Spanish government in Jackson Square on June 19, 178… Read more

The market offers fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at two locations: Ormond Plantation (13786 River Road, Destrehan) Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon; Luling market (1313 Paul Maillard Road) Wednesday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. www.germancoastfarmersmarket.org. Read more

Stroll through 300 years of history in one of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood with a walking tour encompassing Pitot House, a mile walk around the Bayou St. John neighborhood, known as the Faubourg Pontchartrain, plus a brief stop in St. Louis Cemetery No. 3 on Esplanade Avenue, led by doce… Read more

The markets offer fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

The markets offer fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

Local distillers annually compete to create the best garden-fresh cocktail prepared with local ingredients inspired by WWII victory gardens, with samples, how-tos and vote for favorites. www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

Oliver Thomas leads a group of young actors through a comprehensive black history lesson that begins with the Transatlantic Slave Trade and ends with the modern Civil Rights Movement in Dr. Flint D. Mitchell's work, followed by a Q&A session. www.ashecac.org Read more

Weekend festival for women with Celebrating Women's Conference, a French Quarter parade featuring marching groups, a drag queen brunch, historic home and garden tours and more. www.festigals.org. Read more

Original musical by Ricky Graham, Fred Palmisano and Jefferson Turner, the show is the tale of a dragon who’d rather sing and write songs than be the monster the villagers assume. A local youngster (with the help of St. George) sets the record straight, with a message of tolerance and accept… Read more

The markets offer fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

The markets offer fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

Original musical by Ricky Graham, Fred Palmisano and Jefferson Turner, the show is the tale of a dragon who’d rather sing and write songs than be the monster the villagers assume. A local youngster (with the help of St. George) sets the record straight, with a message of tolerance and accept… Read more

The American Italian Cultural Center presents a evening of music al fresco, with Lena Prima and a ensemble of opera singers performing a selection of arias, with food and beverages for purchase. www.americanitalianculturalcenter.com Read more

The denizens of Tuna, Texas, return for a Fourth of July homecoming, with two actors portraying the 20 characters in the show at Cafe Luke Dinner Theatre. Dining and dessert combinations available. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Read more

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