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Sunday, 27 February 2011 12:47
Hats Off To New Orleans Opera Women’s Guild’s Mad Hatter Masquerade

New Orleans area women are simply “mad” about the New Orleans’s Opera Women's Guild annual Mad Hatter luncheon and masquerade event.   This year, the Patron party was held on February 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart and the luncheon and masquerade were held on February 24 at the Astor Crowne Plaza.   The masquerade featured a very competitive best hat contest, fashion show,  and this year, the master of ceremonyies was "I am New Orleans, musician Vince Vance.

The President of the New Orleans’s Opera Women’s Guild is Jean Rice.  Chairwomen were Valerie Killion and Michelle Schlafly.

Hats off to the guild for a lovely and festive affairs benefiting a wonderful cause.

Below are a short video and photos of the patron party and the luncheon: 

by Althea and Stephen Sabludowsky, Publishers of


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Other events:

Wonderland Of New Orleans Opera Association’s Mad Hatter Patrons (article and photos)

CAC Sweetarts Gala (article, photos and video)

JPAS’s Fundraiser (Artical, photos and video)

Heart Association’s Go Red for Women (article, photos and video)

Vince Vance’s birthday bash (article, photos and video)

New Orleans BioTech Conference (articles, photos and video)

Jindal Talks UNO-Southern Merger At Jefferson Parish Luncheon (article, photos and video)

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