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  • Special Needs Artists in Lafayette Paint the Blue Dog with GRFA GRFA's Jacques Rodrigue and Rachel Gaudry and D.R.E.A.M.S. teacher Annie Dee Hoerner with participants in the D.R.E.A.M.S. Art class. Last Thursday, GRFA had the wonderful opportunity to share the art of...
  • Free Shuttle to Mandeville Aioli Dinner for Southshore Guests TRANSPORTATIONPlease note that we will be providing complimentary shuttle service from Metairie to Mandeville for this event. If you are interested in transportation, please contact us at 504-324-9614 or [email protected]
  • Signed Blue Dog Prints Available Through Aioli Dinner Auction! Fans of George Rodrigue's Blue Dog Series: Don't miss the chance to take home one of five signed silkscreen prints! These vibrant Rodrigue prints will only be available...
  • Award Winning Cuisine & Rare Wines: A Night to Support Arts Education The Aioli Dinner Supper Club invites you to celebrate the arts with a unique four-course wine dinner at the historic Mandeville home of Daniela and Elie Khoury on April 28,...
  • Photos from Our Mandeville Family Event! Executive Director Jacques Rodrigue and participants with their Rodrigue-inspired puppets.Thank you to everyone who joined us Saturday at the Children's Museum of St. Tammany. We had a wonderful time sharing...

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