King Cake and Cocktails for a Cause at the Ogden
Feb 05 2020

King Cake and Cocktails for a Cause at the Ogden

By: Kathy Bradshaw

At the "King Cake Walk and Cocktails at the O" Thursday night, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art helped guests gear up for Mardi Gras while also raising money for the museum's educational programs, which include youth art camps, workshops, museum visits, and school programs. In addition to trying king cake from some of the best bakeries in town and voting for their favorites, guests could enjoy sipping cocktails; shopping for Carnival costumes, masks, and art from vendors; creating their own Mardi Gras masterpiece at the craft table; and watching performances by the Amelia EarHawts and the Streetcar Strutters.

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