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Umbrella Walk and Gumbo Gras disclaimer: in the event of cancellation due to weather your entry fee will be consider a donation. You can still come under the pavilion to receive your umbrella day of event. At that point all entered teams will be put into a drawing for prizes drawn at random 

 

The Umbrella Walk and Gumbo Gras will be cancelled In the event the Audubon zoo closes which is beyond our control.

©2019 by Krewe of Tucks. Proudly created by Ellie Platt. Photos by Penumbra Photos Inc.

Umbrella Walk
& Gumbo Gras

BENEFITING: The ALS ASSOCIATION, KREWE DE CAMp & OTHER LOCAL CHARITIES

Sponsored By: Frischhertz & Impastato Law

Law Office In New Orleans

Second Lining for

a Good Cause

 

The 3rd Annual Umbrella Walk & Gumbo Gras is January 25, 2020 in Audubon Park featuring live music performed by the fabulous 5 Finger Discount! The Gumbo Gras Cook-Off competition will be judged by Tom and Mary Ellen Fitzmorris of WWL Radio!

 

The Umbrella Walk will be led by 2 Jazz Marching Bands and include carnival dance groups, circus performers, and appearances from the current Krewe of Tucks Royals!

 

New kid-friendly features have been added to the event this year for families to enjoy! A ‘Little Friars’ art decorating section has been added for children to decorate their very own second-line Umbrella for the walk, as well as, a Decorated Wagon parade which will be included in the Umbrella Walk!


Charitable Contributions will Be Benefiting the Louisiana-Mississippi ALS Association chapters, Krewe De Camp, Magnolia Community Services, and other local charities.

Krewe de Camp's mission is to provide a traditional, overnight summer camp experience to children with developmental disabilities while also giving their parents and caretakers a much needed rest.

 

They operate the one week long camp without charging the campers or their caretakers any fees so that the experience is available to all families regardless of financial need. 

The Louisiana-Mississippi Chapter supports people living with ALS and their loved ones through services and education. We leave no stone unturned in search for the cure of this progressive neurodegenerative disease.

Their mission is to discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.