Digital art, historic preservation, adaptive reuse and organic community gardens are all on the calendar Thursday, Nov. 6.

Over at the Schoeffler family’s garden on Simco, the Harvest Moon Dinner, a fund raiser for Earthshare Gardens offers a home grown menu. Diners will feast under the stars on a menu by Chef William Annesley of Pamplona that includes Morroccan inspired dishes like a rabbit tajine and cumin and mint potatoes. For more info and to buy tickets, call 269-4901 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Downtown, Acadiana Outreach Center is sponsoring a preview party for the art that will be auctioned at their November 20 fundraiser, Palates and Paté, in the Center’s brick warehouse, slated to become a mixed-use, mixed-income development. For more information and to make reservations for Palates and Paté, call the Outreach Center at 237.7618, or go to their website .

Meanwhile over at LITE, digital artist Cynthia Beth Rubin will give a free presentation about digital prints, animation, virtual reality and other forms of interactive art. For more info, call 735-5483.

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