Dinner For Dance
Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
New Orleans, LA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Dinner for Dance fundraiser features a delectable four-course dinner with fine wine and truly exciting entertainment. Proceeds will provide scholarships for at-risk teens to attend arts education classes through the Hope Stone Kids program.
On Thursday, October 17, Hope Stone New Orleans will host the Dinner for Dance at the Lighthouse Glass (743 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130) from 7:00-10:00pm. Chef Christopher Lynch from Atchafalaya Restaurant and other local food and beverage sponsors will create delicious dishes using in-season and local products. The menu features hor d'oeuvres, a chilled soup and/or salad, coq au vin, and dessert buffet in the lighthouse. A selection of beverages from NOLA Brewery, Wines Unlimited, Artisan Fine Wines and VINO Wholesale will be paired with the meal.
A full table seats up to ten people and is available for $1,000, the cost of arts education for three teens over the entire school year. Half-tables of up to five people are available for $500, and individual tickets can be purchased for $100.
This is great way to share a tasty meal with your business associates, colleagues, and friends while supporting a very worthy cause!
Hope Stone Kids New Orleans provides free art education classes to children of all demographics and income levels who are living in the city of New Orleans. We've offered classes at the Greater New Orleans Homeschool Alliance, Encore Academy, Batiste Cultural Arts Academy, Morris Jeff Community School and KIPP Central City Primary, and directly to the public at NOLA Spaces performance and rehearsal studios. Launched in 2010, the program welcomes kids ages 0-18.
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Hope Stone New Orleans
Hope Stone Kids New Orleans is in its fourth year of providing high-quality arts education to hundreds of underserved youth in New Orleans. We serve children ages 0-18 at NOLA Spaces performance and rehearsal studios and as part of schools and community centers around town. Skilled master teachers and artists train students in dance, music, theater, film, visual art, and creative writing, providing young participants with an arts education that builds self-esteem, confidence and the skills that children need to be the next generation of creative thinkers and problem solvers. The students also gain a greater knowledge of New Orleans’ rich arts culture and heritage while expanding their own individual creativity and self-expression.
© Hope Stone Inc. 2013