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The Aioli Dinner Supper Club is a series of special dinners across Louisiana to benefit the programs of the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts.  Celebrate under the oaks with a unique four-course French dinner and wine pairing, inspired by the dinners once served by the creole gourmet societies of Acadiana between 1890-1920.

Funds generated from sales will directly benefit Louisiana A+ Schools, a whole-school program with a mission of nurturing creativity in every learner through an arts-integrated school network.

For a rich, detailed history, visit Wendy Rodrigue’s blog post on the Aioli Dinner.


Upcoming Aioli Dinner Events

 

March 16, 2017

The Aioli Dinner - Monroe

Hosted by Randy & Cherry Morris

 

 

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The Story of the Blue Dog
As a boy, Rodrigue knew of a legend of the "loup-garou" or werewolf that lurked in sugar cane fields, threatening to haunt bad children. The legend said nothing about the loup-garou's color, but Rodrigue thought the night sky would cast a blue-grey shade on its fur when he painted it in 1984 for Bayou (Inkwell), a book of forty ghost stories by Chris Segura.