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Dec
1
5:00 PM17:00

Festival of Lights @ the Louisiana Art & Science Museum

The Downtown Festival of Lights experience isn't complete without a trip to the Art & Science Museum! Experience a special showing of "Let It Snow: A Holiday Music Journey" in the planetarium, and get creative at our hands-on Holiday Ornament Workshop where you can create fun and fanciful crafts that are yours to keep. 

Admission is free with the donation of one new toy per person that benefits Toys for Tots; otherwise regular admission prices apply. Toys may be purchased in The Museum Store.

December programming sponsored by Baton Rouge Coca-Cola

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Nov
10
4:00 PM16:00

North Gate Music & Arts Fest 2017

The 12th anniversary of North Gate Music & Arts Fest!!! Come out to West Chimes Street on Friday November 10 for live music, beer, food, art, and vendors. Festivities start at 4 p.m. and go till 11 p.m. This is by far the best music festival that Baton Rouge has to offer in the Fall! Come out to see what you have been missing! And it is FREE!

Keep checking back and clear this date to join us! Invite your friends on Facebook (and in person, of course!) and let's make this year the best North Gate Music and Arts Fest yet! 

Brought to you by the hard working volunteers of the North Gate Merchants Association and our wonderful sponsors! This festival is an annual celebration of the historic North Gates neighborhood. It takes place on Chimes St. from Highland Rd. all the way down to Lake St. where Newk's is. The music starts at about 4:00 PM and goes until nearly midnight. This will be the biggest North Gate Fest yet!

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Oct
30
4:00 PM16:00

Lil' Pumpkin Yoga @ Yoga Path LLC

Bring the kids for some wacky, spooky Halloween and Fall themed yoga poses and storybook fun at Yoga Path LLC! Parents are welcome to join in too. $12 for first parent and child. $8 for additional child in same family. Children are welcome to wear a tight-fitting, comfortable movable costume if desired and face paint, but no loose clothing, long dresses, hats, or masks please.

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Sep
23
9:00 AM09:00

Womanhood 101: Girls EmPOWERed with The CEO Mind Foundation

The Womanhood 101: Girls EmPOWERed program, facilitated by powerful women of color with the purpose of positively impacting our girls, unites black girls (ages 10– 14) to empower one another, activate awareness and grow in power. The Womanhood 101: Girls EmPOWERed program provides a safe place to learn and build greatness. 

Our Objectives: 

To build self-awareness and social emotional competencies through understanding self and others

To cultivate self-respect and personal responsibility

To promote youth entrepreneurship, enrichment and making informed choices.

This event is FREE but spaces are limited so registration and tickets are required for entry. Pre-Registration links: COMING SOON! Please Mark Your Calendars!

Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be Served!

If you would like to contribute to help with Womanhood 101:

Click here to contribute financially:
https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=KTHO-yP2cxBrh17898IPzhPde5Aemgt0nuDrW0cfp5eBanM3rj7myK173YQm_rVmmOMgJm&country.x=US&locale.x=US

Click here to volunteer:
http://theceomind.org/2017/contact/volunteer/

Click here to contact us about other ways to contribute:
http://theceomind.org/2017/contact/

Please feel free to contact Christina Hull if you have any questions at (225) 372-1416 ext 607 or ce@theceomind.or

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Sep
16
9:00 AM09:00

PARK(ing) Day Mid City/Downtown: Baton Rouge

September 16th is PARK(ing) Day in Baton Rouge. Join Mid City Studio this year at 8 different pop-up parks in Mid City and Downtown. We are activiating vacancy to create community through unique green spaces. 

This year you'll find Pocket Parklets at these locations:
Slash Creative
Capital Heights
Bee Nice House
The Collective
The Pink Elephant
Bethel AME Church
The Radio Bar
Beauregard Town

Each park will be activitated with a wide range of activites for all to enjoy. Stay tuned to find out what fun events are headed to PARK(ing) Day 2017!

To volunteer or become an official sponsor of PARK(ing) Day go to:http://www.midcitystudio.org/contact/

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Sep
7
4:00 PM16:00

Knock Knock Food Block: Food Truck Round Up!

Fun Fact: Knock Knock Children's Museum is open every Thursday until 7pm in the evening! 
Help kick off every Thursday in September for Dinner-Time outside of the museum as they  present Knock Knock Food Block! Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 4pm-7pm, as they round up our museum friends and families for family style menus of BR's favorite food trucks! Smilebooth Louisiana will be on hand to help document the fun. 

Participating Food Trucks: 
Taco de Paco
Dat'z Italian - Authentic Wood Fired Pizza
Kenny's Cajun & Creole Food Truck / Catering
City Gelato
Mr. Ronnie's Famous Hot Donuts-Baton Rouge/LSU

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Sep
1
7:00 PM19:00

Bee Nice Music Presents The Remnants

Bee Nice Concerts are back from summer vacation!

The Remnants on September 1 from 7 to 9 p.m.

You know this groovy 4 piece band that plays the great hits of the 1960's.
The band consists of Rob Payer-Bass/Lead vocals, 
Tom Coerver-Lead guitar/keyboard/Lead vocals,
Tom Barrow-Drums/backing vocals.
Kenny Herrington-lead, rhythm guitar and vocals.
They have all been members of the local music scene for many years.

As always, there is no cover charge, but there is a pass the hat for the band. 100% of the contributions go to the band. Bring whatever you want to eat or drink (alcohol is ok),

No smoking
No pets
Bee Nice

 

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Jul
19
1:30 PM13:30

Preparing for the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017 @ LASM

Visit the Louisiana Art & Science Museum for a sunny afternoon! Meet NASA Solar System Ambassador, Linda Gauthier, to learn about the August 21 solar eclipse, and bring your littlest astronomers for "Moon Bear's Shadow" story time and other activities with our planetarium educators. 

At 2 PM, join  in the planetarium for a featurette on the Great American Solar Eclipse of 2017 followed by "Earth, Moon & Sun" to learn more about the relationship of these celestial bodies. 

Included with museum admission.

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Jul
15
9:00 AM09:00

Silhouette artist Erik Johnson @ Victoria's Toy Station

Victoria's Toy Station will be hosting silhouette artist, Erik Johnson!! Erik is a highly skilled, 3rd generation silhouette artist, who learned the craft from his father. Within minutes, Erik hand cuts each silhouette by just looking at the subject's profile. When he's done you'll have an amazing keepsake silhouette of you, your child, significant other, etc. Silhouettes make great gifts! Sign-ups are FREE!

Silhouettes are $30 each, a duplicate of the same person is $15.
Framing is available. Cash and credit cards accepted.
Follow this link to book your session today! 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/victorias-toy-station-hosting-silhouette-artist-erik-johnson-30-silhouettes-tickets-35086538782

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Jul
13
4:00 PM16:00

Movies & Music on the Lawn @ Baton Rouge Gallery

**Full details at batonrougegallery.org/movies-music-on-the-lawn/**

Baton Rouge Gallery's popular summer film series, Movies & Music on the Lawn (presented by Whole Foods Market), will once again pair up iconic silent films with the best local, contemporary bands in our area. Each band will perform a never-before-heard score, live, while the film is projected on a huge inflatable outdoor screen on the lawn behind the gallery.

The screenings, which take place inside BREC's beautiful and historic City Park, begin at 8 p.m. (or sundown – whichever comes last) and the $7 price of admission includes free bottomless popcorn. 

The 2017 season continues on July 29 with a presentation of Harold Lloyd's "The Freshman" and an original score from The Rakers, sponsored by BRG Board Member Debbie Daniel. 

‘The Freshman’ (1925) tells the story of a college freshman desperately trying to fit in and impress his crush by joining the football team. Starring Harold Lloyd, Jobyna Ralston, and James Anderson, the audience is taken on a wildly funny ride through the lens of an eager “freshie” on campus, learning that it is always best to just be yourself. Hugely popular at the time of its release, ‘The Freshman’ sparked the craze for college films that lasted well beyond its era. 

Baton Rouge’s original grown folks rock ‘n roll band, The Rakers, will perform their own one-of-a-kind soundtrack to ‘The Freshman.’ The five-piece band is fronted by Alex V. Cook and Lance Porter with Leon LeJeune, Lewis Roussel, and Anna Byars providing the rhythm. Reminiscent of The Drive-By Truckers and The Band, The Rakers’ sound is bound to provide a good rock ‘n roll time. 

For more, visit batonrougegallery.org/movies-music-on-the-lawn/.

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Jul
11
4:00 PM16:00

Cook & Insta for Teens @ Redstick Spice Company

Redstick Spice Company are looking for a few good teens (and their technology) to join them in the kitchen! This class, led by Anne Milneck and Photographer Mike Buck, will take teens (13-17) through prep, cook, shoot and #yum! Kids will prepare delectable dishes then take tips from Mike on plating, lighting, angles and props to create mouth-watering images. Filter or no filter? Mike will answer all the questions and provide tips for pics that will have your friends posting #getinmybelly!

Attention Moms! Pro tip: teens get more out this class when they take it with friends. Gather a group and book this class! Limiting the class to 9 students.

July 11 class features: 

Completely Customizable Grain Bowl Salad

Bacon Cheese Sliders

Very Vanilla Cupcakes with Dark Chocolate Buttercream and Sprinkles

Class requirements: Smart Phone with fully charged battery and outlet charger; Ample memory space to add photos; Instagram app installed

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Jun
21
10:00 AM10:00

Creature Feature Summer Series:Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown @ The Manship

Join the Manship for their Creature Feature Summer Series!

Directed by: Bill Melendez & Phil Roman
Written: Charles M. Schultz
Starring: Duncan Watson, Bill Melendez, Melanie Kohn, Liam Martin & Gail Davis

The Peanuts gang, including Snoopy and Woodstock, have gone off to summer camp. After a few days of the usual summer-camp activities, they all take part in a rafting race. Battling treacherous rapids, wild animals, and bullies from a rival camp, the teams make their way downriver to the finish line.

The Zoo is back!
Before the movie, don’t miss a unique animal encounter with BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo! Attendees will get a chance to get a close-up of one of the Zoo’s animals while hearing more about where they come from, what they like to do & eat, and how they have adapted to their native environment.

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Jun
3
10:00 AM10:00

Dino Day @ Louisiana Art & Science Museum

Explore dinosaurs and their prehistoric world through a variety of interactive activities at LASM's second annual Dino Day!

In addition to hands-on stations and knowledgeable guest presenters, you will also have a chance to see our recent additions to the Solar System Gallery -- home of Jason, a 65-million-year-old Triceratops. In the planetarium, dig into a special lineup of dinosaur-themed shows. 

Special planetarium schedule:
The 10 AM and 5 PM shows will haveFamily Hour presentation for all ages, including little ones two and under. Make sure to arrive early to purchase tickets! Museum doors open at 9:30 AM. 

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May
26
7:00 PM19:00

Make it a Movie Night: Mrs. Doubtfire with BREC

Make it a Movie Night:Mrs. Doubtfire
Independence Park Theatre
May 26 / 7 pm

Free film series, popcorn and sodas available for purchase.
Enjoy comfortable seating in our indoor theatre!

Troubled that he has little access to his children, divorced Daniel Hillard (Robin Williams) hatches an elaborate plan. With help from his creative brother Frank (Harvey Fierstein), he dresses as an older British woman and convinces his ex-wife, Miranda (Sally Field), to hire him as a nanny. “Mrs. Doubtfire” wins over the children and helps Daniel become a better parent — but when both Daniel and his nanny persona must meet different parties at the same restaurant, his secrets may be exposed.
Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance under 13)

Popcorn and drinks will be sold.
*No outside food or drinks permitted*

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