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Weekend Events!
What's happening Downtown this weekend?
Check out our Weekend Events list to keep tabs on what's hot downtown each week! For more info, visit our site at the link below!

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Happy Feet Two at the Manship
Every Wednesday in June, Manship Theatre will show a favorite animated children's movie. Tickets include popcorn, juice or water, and a sweet snack. Group rate available for camps and daycares. Please contact Jason Langlois at 225-389-7264. Happy Feet Two will be this week's animated feature.

Every Wednesday in June, 10AM
100 Lafayette Street

Juneteenth at Town Square
The 9th annual Juneteenth Freedom Festival is an
event for the entire family. The event will have
live music, DJ, and a BBQ cook-off!

Saturday, June 15, 2PM
North Boulevard Town Square

Juneteenth Freedom Festival at the Odell S. Williams African American History Museum
The 21st annual Juneteenth Freedom Celebration at
the African American Museum is FREE and open to
the public. There will be live entertainment and a
special tribute to the memory of the late Mrs.
Odell S. Williams.

Saturday, June 15, 11AM
538 South Street

Baton Rouge Pride Fest
Head to the Belle of Baton Rouge Atrium downtown this Saturday for food, fun, entertainment, relationship blessings and more.

Saturday, June 15th, 12pm
103 France Street

Practical Preservation Across Louisiana/ Annual Preservation Conference
The Historic Old State Capitol of Louisiana will be the meeting place for the 2013 Preservation Conference on Thursday, June 13, 2013. The theme this year is Practical Preservation Across Louisiana! Click the link for program and hotel information.

Thursday, June 13th, 10AM
100 North Boulevard

Films at the Manship
Check out one of the many films being shown at the Manship Theatre this week:
June 13- On Her Majesty's Secret Service
June 15- Beetlejuice presented by APAWS
(All proceeds go to help the dogs and cats
June 16- Let Fury Have the Hour

100 Lafayette St.

Events at the River Center Library
The River Center library will host a number of events this week including:
June 12- Swimsuit Cover-Up How-To
June 12- Create A Catapult Craft
June 12- Book Hedgehogs
June 13- Dig into Geodes Story Time & Craft
June 16- Harvey Rabbit and Friends Show
June 18- Pre-School Story Time

120 St. Louis Street

Free Comedy Wednesdays at the Belle
The Belle of Baton Rouge brings comedy back to the downtown area every Wednesday night. David Reyes will headline this week's FREE show.

Wednesday, June 12, 7PM
103 France Street

Music in the Galleries
In conjunction with the Baton Rouge Blues Project join us for live music in the galleries. Visit the LSU Museum of Art Store for great blues gifts and a sweet treat. See exhibitions on display in the Glassell Gallery and Lamar Atrium on the first floor. Live jazz music will be provided by Quina Lynell & the Lush Life. FREE admission.

Thursday, June 13th, 6PM
100 Lafayette Street (LSUMOA)

Blend presents A Dinner From Down Under
Join Blend for a Dinner Down Under. Each guest will receive a five course meal consisting of authentic Austarlian/ New Zealand cuisine with wine pairing. For tickets, call 926-1795.

Thursday, June 13th, 7PM
304 Laurel Street

Boogie Allstars at the Belle Free Concert Series
The FREE Belle of Baton Rouge Concert Series continues this week with the Boogie Allstars. FREE Concert Fridays at the Belle has some of Louisiana's hottest Hall of Fame acts in the Atrium.

Friday, June 14, 8PM
103 France Street

Summer Veggies at the Market
Summer festivities will be in full swing this Saturday as Fresh Fest continues its celebration of Local Foods. Red Stick Farmers Market will feature Louisiana sweet corn, squash, and cucumbers this Saturday. Every week during June and July special activities will highlight summer farm fresh products.

Every Saturday, 8AM-12PM
Corner of Main St. and Fifth St.

For a full listing of upcoming events, visit our website.

247 Florida St.  |  Baton Rouge, LA 70801  |  (225) 389-5520 Office (225) 389-5523 Fax  |  8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. M-F

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