KICKIN’ IT UP — First-year student Ibrahim Belkhouche, right, executes fancy footwork to move the ball past an opponent during an evening practice of the Tulane University men’s soccer club. The group, which holds practice twice a week on the uptown campus, is one of over 30 sports leagues offered through the Tulane Club Sports program.
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Sunday, Oct. 11, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Stone Center for Latin American Studies along with Audubon Zoo will present the 11th annual Celebración Latina at the Capital One stage and field, with support from the Jefferson Financial Credit Union, Pan American Life Insurance Group and Marathon Petroleum Co. WWNO Radio serves as media sponsor for this year’s celebration. Visitors of all ages will enjoy food, live music and other entertainment with a Latin flavor. Local Latin groups will take to the stage including Ovi-G and the Froggies. Children can create their own souvenirs at a special arts and crafts tent, and community partners such as Catholic Charities, the Center for Public Service, Puentes and the New Orleans Public Library’s Pebbles Center will offer social service and wellness information to visitors. Celebración Latina is free with zoo admission
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