The Old Mandeville Business Association (OMBA) will welcome fall to Old Mandeville on Saturday, September 25 at the 6th Girod Street Stroll. This popular annual event takes place from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Girod Street from the Mandeville Trailhead to the Lakefront.
Businesses will compete for bragging rights, as event patrons will have the opportunity to vote on site for their favorite mint julep. Tentative features of the event include a number of original art vendors and live musical entertainment.
Patrons must purchase a commemorative mint julep cup ($40), which is their ticket to sample all food and beverages at the event. Tickets purchased for the previously-scheduled April event will be honored for the September event. Only 1,500 commemorative cups are available. Cups can be purchased online at www.OldMandevilleBiz.com, and picked up at the registration area – the corner of Girod and Monroe streets near the Rusty Pelican – beginning at 4 p.m. on the day of the event. Patrons must show their photo ID and e-ticket or printed ticket to pick up their cup. Participants must be over 21 to partake in alcoholic beverages.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.OldMandevilleBiz.com or follow OMBA on Facebook.
Old Mandeville Business Association (OMBA) is a non-profit organization made up of a network of businesses in the Old Mandeville area and resident members which share the same commitment to serve, support, and advance the interests of local commerce while remaining true to the unique, soulful spirit of the Old Mandeville community.