Day 4 Louisiana State Museum Presbytère Barcadia, and The Chicory dinner & dance

The Louisiana State Presbytère’s two permanent exhibits tell two sides of the ongoing Louisiana story—one of celebration and one of resilience.
The museum, located right next to St. Louis Cathedral, tells the stories of Hurricane Katrina and the history of Mardi Gras.
The explanation for the bottle installation photo: 
Fats Domino's piano--as it was found in his house after Hurricane Katrina

Pete Fountain's Clarinet and Michael White's Clarinet
 
Walking in Jackson Square A saw a friend!
Brianne saw an elephant
Our lunch was at Barcadia, with tons of games and video games for the kids to play while they got to know other choir kids. I forgot to take photos, but the dress code was interesting:
Sectional rehearsals
After our rehearsals and run-through of our feature piece we got ready for the dinner/dance event at The Chicory. I'm happy to report that everyone has improved their "fashion blogger pose", and our ATL kids represented on the dance floor. What up, ATL!!
Fashion Blogger Posing






Fun contest! What would Paige's fashion blog be called? Put your answers in the comments!


 ATL Represents (thanks O, K, and C)
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You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.



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