New Orleans is really going strong this October with tons of events to make your visit one to remember.
The month starts off with the annual Gretna Festival from Oct.7-9 with music on eight stages, crafts, rides, games and a huge food court. Ride the Gretna ferry from the foot of Canal street and enjoy the day before heading back to the Club for some fun and relaxation. Or, dance your best Salsa at the Carnival Latino sponsored by the Hispanic American Musicians and Artists Cultural association. Visit www.gretnafest.com for a complete list of musical acts.
Don't miss the Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival Oct. 14-16 at Lafayette Square .
A showcase for Louisiana barbeque and crafts with two stages featuring blues and R&B performers from the region. Visit www.crescentcitybluesfest.com for more information.
The New Orleans Film Festival is being held Oct 14-20 featuring national and international film and video screenings, panels with filmakers, workshops and parties. www.neworleansfilmsociety.org for details
The Oak Alley Plantation Fall Arts and Crafts Festival, Oct.15-16 showcases 150 artists and craft vendors from across the U.S. Visit www.oakalleyplantation.com for more information.
The New Orleans Saints are 3-1 and the City goes crazy every weekend and especially when the Saints are in the Dome. Don't miss out on all the fun. Come watch the games at the Club and check out our tight ends and wide receivers. The weather is purrrrfect and the sundeck is open year round.
>Halloween in New Orleans is not to be missed with parades, parties, dances, and outlandish costumes. The Club is decorated for Halloween and gets packed with Men the entire weekend. The Voodoo Arts and Music Experience takes place at City Park all weekend, so there are plenty of activities to keep you busy