Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre presents the musical adaptation of Mark Twain’s classic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which became a Broadway hit a century after the novel was published. At 8 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at Dixon Hall. | Thu.-Sun. July 28-31
As a fundraiser, restaurants donate a portion of proceeds to Food for Friends, which delivers meals to individuals affected by cancer and HIV. Visit www.noaidstaskforce.org for list of participating restaurants.http://www.diningoutforlife.com
Fiddlehead Cellars owner and winemaker Kathy Joseph hosts the seven-course dinner with wine pairings. Tickets $125. 7 p.m.
Magicians perform illusions in the buff. Tickets $25-$55. 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Xena Zeit-Geist, Grand Mafun, Cherry Bombshell and others perform at the neo-burlesque show with music by Dr. Sick's Sextette. Tickets $15. 9 p.m.
The blindfolded bowling tournament benefits eye-donor awareness programs. Visit www.southerneyebank.com for details. Tickets $38. 7 p.m.
AARP Louisiana hosts the luncheon on workplace well-being. Free admission; RSVP requested. Noon.
Health care management consultant Michael Bertaut discusses the Affordable Care Act. Free admission.
The Orleans Parish School Board invites community feedback on a working draft of the plan to unify Orleans Parish public schools.http://opsb.us/nola-schools-unification/
A symposium celebrates the history of African-American regiments of the U.S. Army, including the 9th Cavalry and 25th Infantry.
Maurice Carlos Ruffin reads and hosts the poetry open mic.
BYO Story Night hosts the evening of storytelling, in which young people share stories about fatigue. Free admission; cocktails and food available for purchase.http://bringyourownstories.com