Grow Dat's Hootenanny 2017

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Come on down to the farm for Grow Dat’s annual fundraiser, the Hootenanny! This annual tradition has come to be known as one of the best local parties of the year. Get ready for an evening of dancing and festivities under the Louisiana night sky! Youth leaders will host farm games and food-themed activities, local restaurants will cook up delicious small plates, musicians will please the crowd with boot-stompin' tunes, and we'll offer unlimited craft cocktails and ice-cold beer. This year, we are excited to announce Cedryl Ballou and the Zydeco Trendsetters as our headlining performer, along with opening performances by Lost in the Holler and My Wife's Hat. Join us as we listen to live zydeco music, kick up our heels together, and celebrate food, agriculture, and New Orleans youth!

Grow Dat's mission is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. Each year we employ 60 young people from across New Orleans on our urban farm in City Park. Throughout our program, youth grow produce for their community while engaging in a range of workshops and leadership experiences around topics such as food and environmental justice. We focus on deep learning and communication across difference.

All proceeds from the Hootenanny go towards supporting young New Orleans leaders as they grow 20,000 pounds of food for their community this year!

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Come on down to the farm for Grow Dat’s annual fundraiser, the Hootenanny! This annual tradition has come to be known as one of the best local parties of the year. Get ready for an evening of dancing and festivities under the Louisiana night sky! Youth leaders will host farm games and food-themed activities, local restaurants will cook up delicious small plates, musicians will please the crowd with boot-stompin' tunes, and we'll offer unlimited craft cocktails and ice-cold beer. This year, we are excited to announce Cedryl Ballou and the Zydeco Trendsetters as our headlining performer, along with opening performances by Lost in the Holler and My Wife's Hat. Join us as we listen to live zydeco music, kick up our heels together, and celebrate food, agriculture, and New Orleans youth!

Grow Dat's mission is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. Each year we employ 60 young people from across New Orleans on our urban farm in City Park. Throughout our program, youth grow produce for their community while engaging in a range of workshops and leadership experiences around topics such as food and environmental justice. We focus on deep learning and communication across difference.

All proceeds from the Hootenanny go towards supporting young New Orleans leaders as they grow 20,000 pounds of food for their community this year!

Come on down to the farm for Grow Dat’s annual fundraiser, the Hootenanny! This annual tradition has come to be known as one of the best local parties of the year. Get ready for an evening of dancing and festivities under the Louisiana night sky! Youth leaders will host farm games and food-themed activities, local restaurants will cook up delicious small plates, musicians will please the crowd with boot-stompin' tunes, and we'll offer unlimited craft cocktails and ice-cold beer. This year, we are excited to announce Cedryl Ballou and the Zydeco Trendsetters as our headlining performer, along with opening performances by Lost in the Holler and My Wife's Hat. Join us as we listen to live zydeco music, kick up our heels together, and celebrate food, agriculture, and New Orleans youth!

Grow Dat's mission is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food. Each year we employ 60 young people from across New Orleans on our urban farm in City Park. Throughout our program, youth grow produce for their community while engaging in a range of workshops and leadership experiences around topics such as food and environmental justice. We focus on deep learning and communication across difference.

All proceeds from the Hootenanny go towards supporting young New Orleans leaders as they grow 20,000 pounds of food for their community this year!