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A FREE Thing To Do Today in New Orleans
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Have breakfast with local farmers.

fruitmarket - Have breakfast with local farmers. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free entry Time: 1-2 hours
Crescent City Farmers' Market, in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, has a wide range of fresh produce, baked products and seafood, together with music and cookery demonstrations. Eat your way around - it's on from 8am until 12noon on the corner of Girod St and Magazine St - and chat to the farmers who can tell you where their produce came from.
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Welcome to the New Orleans edition of A FREE Thing To Do Today: the curated guide to free things to do today in New Orleans. If you're in and around New Orleans, whether you're visiting, staying or living here, A FREE Thing To Do Today is here to help. We specialise in selecting amazing and often little-known attractions, activities and events specifically on and open today at no (or very little) cost, which are ready to see and do in New Orleans for anyone feeling curious, creative or cultural. Look at the idea above for something to do today, and get other fabulous things to do by reloading the page. Find out more about the site, or for comments, suggestions, corrections, donations, or to submit your things to do, email john@athingtodotoday.com. Or check out social media @athingtodo.

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