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Mardi Gras Party at the ’Sco

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The ’Sco hosted a Mardi Gras party starring two-time Grammy-nominated guitarist Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings Tuesday night. Fat Tuesday treats were on the house, including packzis and jambalaya and rice. Participating in Mardi Gras mask-making from 4–6 p.m. earlier that day allowed partygoers free entry, and ’Sco staff dressed for the occasion.

The ’Sco hosted a Mardi Gras party starring two-time Grammy-nominated guitarist Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings Tuesday night. Fat Tuesday treats were on the house, including packzis and jambalaya and rice. Participating in Mardi Gras mask-making from 4–6 p.m. earlier that day allowed partygoers free entry, and ’Sco staff dressed for the occasion.

Devin Cowan, Staff Photographer

Devin Cowan, Staff Photographer

The ’Sco hosted a Mardi Gras party starring two-time Grammy-nominated guitarist Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings Tuesday night. Fat Tuesday treats were on the house, including packzis and jambalaya and rice. Participating in Mardi Gras mask-making from 4–6 p.m. earlier that day allowed partygoers free entry, and ’Sco staff dressed for the occasion.

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