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My Full Holiday Schedule

Here's my complete New Orleans holiday vending schedule:

Nov. 30-Dec. 2- Creative Outlet Holiday Show. Opens Friday night; open house Saturday and Sunday. 2909 Ponce de Leon @ N. White near the Fairgrounds. Lots of funky little art and craft, hosted by my friend Jen Biniek.

Dec. 1st - Freret Market - Napoleon @ Freret, Uptown. 12noon - 5pm. 130+ vendors plus great food and live music too! (And did I mention - there's beer!)

Dec. 2nd - Festivus - 700 Magazine @ Girod, 12 noon til 4pm. Hand-crafted, eco-friendly and fair trade goods and services from local cottage industries, plus food, gift-wrapping, the ever-popular flattery booth, massages in the "Office of Homeland Serenity," and air your grievances under the Festivus pole.

Dec. 6th - Louisiana Bucket Brigade Holiday Party - 6:30-9:30pm.

Dec. 7th - Trumpet Magazine Release Party & Neighborhood Partnership Network Housewarming Party. 3500 Canal @ Jeff Davis, 5:30pm-7:30pm. Cookie decorating, door prize, delicious food and drinks, and the New Orleans Craft Mafia selling their wares!

Dec. 8th - Recycle 4 the Arts Oddities Bazaar @ the Green Project. 2831 Marais St. in the Bywater (corner of Marais and Press Streets, by the railroad tracks), 1-5pm.

Dec. 9th - Festivus. 700 Magazine @ Girod, 12 noon til 4pm. Hand-crafted, eco-friendly and fair trade goods and services from local cottage industries, plus food, gift-wrapping, the ever-popular flattery booth, massages in the "Office of Homeland Serenity," and air your grievances under the Festivus pole.

Then I return to Louisville on the 11th and will be there for the rest of the holidays.

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