LION is a film based on the true story of a five-year-old Indian boy who is separated from his family, survives many challenges, and is eventually adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, armed with only a handful of clues, he sets out to find his first family. A discussion led by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Baton Rouge Adoption Specialists will follow. Donations of baby care items would be appreciated.
Come dressed in your Halloween attire and have loads of family fun at BREC parks during these events. The haunting excitement consists of carnival games, ghostly visitors, costume contests, haunted house and much more. Food vendors will be on site for these events.
The Mulligan Brothers!
Sunday in the Park is a series of free outdoor concerts held each Fall and Spring in Downtown Baton Rouge at the Shaw Center for the Arts Plaza. This series provides an excellent opportunity to celebrate community and enjoy music from across Louisiana in a fun, family-friendly environment.
Enjoy great food from Capital City Grill Downtown and Stroubes Seafood Steaks. With Manship Theatre at Shaw Center for the Arts' Outdoor Full Bar serving up happy hour specials and classic brunch cocktails.
Football fans are welcome to catch the games at the Capital City Grill Bar!
This program is made possible through the generous support of the Office of the Mayor-President, the Baton Rouge Metro Council, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, Cox Communications, and 225 Magazine.
"Natural History Through the Ages," a talk by Dr. Prosanta Chakrabarty, LSU Museum of Natural Science.
This talk is part of the "Night at the Museum" series of the LSU Museum of Natural Science. It is presented in association with the LSU Libraries Special Collections exhibition, "Paper Tigers & Biblio-Beasts: Creatures in the Collections."
In addition to the talk, the LSU Museum of Natural Science will provide a viewing table with some special specimens.
The program is free and open to the public.
On August 27, come join a FREE 30 minute bikrim yoga class on the LSU Lakes and discounted mimosas at Kalurah Street Grill after. The beginner level yoga class on the LSU lakes (near the LSU Ave parking lot) is taught by Megan Gabriell. Start your Sunday off right with this relaxation based class open to all levels! All you need is water and a towel or mat. Can't wait to see you there! Namaste. 🙏
See "Reflections: African American Life from the Myrna Colley-Lee Collection," "When the Water Rises: Recent Paintings by Julie Heffernan" and "Art in Louisiana: Views into the Collection" with free admission all day. Activities for kids will be available in the Pennington Family Foundation Education Gallery.
Bring your lunch to the third floor conference room and join LSU Museum of Art as Fran Huber, Assistant Director for Collections Management, leads a discussion on how to preserve your personal collections and family treasures. Free.
On July 30th, come join a FREE 30 minute yoga class on the LSU lakes (near the LSU Ave parking lot) taught by Megan Gabriell'. Start your Sunday off right with this relaxation based class open to all levels! All you need is a towel or a mat. Namaste. 🙏
Celebrate this Fourth of July Weekend at Radio Bar!
They'll have Hot Dogs and Hamburgers - Free to all Radio Bar Customers.
John Leblanc will be here grilling up these All-American eats starting at 3pm on Sunday July 2nd.
Don't Miss It!
On June 25th, come join a FREE 30 minute yoga class on the LSU lakes (near the LSU Ave parking lot) taught by Megan Gabriell'. Start your Sunday off right with this relaxation based class open to all levels! All you need is a towel or a mat.
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.
Join BRG for the 'First Wednesday' Opening Reception for their June 2017 exhibition, featuring the latest work from Michael W. Howes, Phyllis Lear, and Christy Diniz Liffmann. The event is free and open to the public.
The exhibition will be on display June 4 - June 29, 2017. There is no fee for admission during normal gallery hours (12 - 6 p.m. / Tue - Sun).
Join Baton Rouge Gallery for the 'First Wednesday' Opening Reception for our May 2017 exhibition, featuring the latest work from James Burke, Malaika Favorite, and April Hammock. The event is free and open to the public. (Event has been rescheduled for May 17, due to severe weather on May 3.)
The exhibition will be on display April 30 - June 1, 2017. There is no fee for admission during normal gallery hours (12 - 6 p.m. / Tue - Sun).
This Month's Free Food Sunday will be May 14th in celebration of Mother's Day!
Dave Remmetter will be here cooking up Crawfish Etouffee for everyone!
There will besensational drink specials - $5 Ginger Grapefruit Sparkler, and Poinsettia Cocktails.
Event starts at 3pm. Free for All Radio Bar Customers. 21+
Join the Red Shoes for this gentle practice combines simple movements, stretching, meditation and breath work to increase flexibility, strength and relaxation to promote healing. Improvements that yoga practitioners report include better quality sleep, faster recovery from treatments and increased energy. No yoga experience required. Facilitated by Kate Suchanek, certified yoga instructor, KYT, RYT. Sponsored by Cancer Services - No Fee
Summer's almost here! Just a few more weeks of school, kids' sports, graduations, and wedding, then it's time to pack up and head out of town for that much needed vacation. Drop by the MidCity Makers Market to pick up those graduate gifts, dance recital presents, and something cool to take on vacation.
Radio Bar are excited to introduce Southern Prohibition Brewing Company out of Hattiesburg Mississippi. Established in 2013, Southern Prohibition is one of the newest Craft Breweries to hit the Southern States.
Join them Wednesday April 12th as we unveil 4 of their newest beers, free to taste, and available for purchase.
Free concert featuring Ship of Fools!
The group consists of musicians with origins of Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and even as far as Venezuela. Their music is an amalgamation of these origins in that it combines classically influenced melody and composition, on top of finger-picked, folk-inspired, acoustic guitar, to illustrate a uniqueness of style that is hard to pin to just one genre or label. Palacios' cello takes a lead melodic role that engages in skillful interplay with Blount's finger-style guitar, Browns' intricate, jazz-studied percussion technique, and Monaghan's powerful, controlled, vocal styling, to dynamically tie each musicality together as one unit.
For 50 years, Baton Rouge Gallery has been helping those in and around Louisiana’s capital city find the art that speaks to them and follow it. With a roster of more than 50 of the region’s best emerging and established visual artists, nearly every monthly exhibition the gallery hosts gives visitors a unique and diverse look at local art of all different media. Each exhibition - excluding January and November - is kicked off with a ‘First Wednesday’ Opening Reception (7- 9 p.m.), introducing the latest exciting work by local and regional artists to a few hundred guests. Every 'First Wednesday' Opening is open to the public, free of charge.
Radio Bar are very excited to have Executive Chef Aimee Tortorich hosting this Free Food Event. Gov't Taco will be here sampling fare from their exciting new eatery- coming in 2017 to the White Star Market.
Get here early, to make sure you get yours.
It's Free to all Radio Bar Customers!
Art in the Park
This event is free to the community.
March 25 / 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
City-Brooks Community Park
Converge with the arts in Baton Rouge.
A true sensory experience awaits you at Art in the Park with an eclectic mix of activities: an art bazaar, live art demonstrations, theatrical, musical and dance performances, art discourse, sidewalk chalk drawing contest and kid's art activities.
It's March, and everything green is coming back, including our favorite MidCity parade. Come enjoy the warmer weather with all of your favorite local makers!
The Circa 1857 Complex invites you to come celebrate a night of art and entertainment. Local artists, musicians, and food vendors will be present, oh and FREE CHAMPAGNE, of course! Captain Green will be headlining, and there will be a special performance by the U-High Band! Come sip, saunter, and shop the night away with us!