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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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Zumba in Town Square
Back by popular demand the Zumba - YMCA Fall Outdoor Fitness Series continues this Thursday at 5PM in Town Square. End your week off right with this exciting class available for FREE.

Every Thursday, 5PM
North Boulevard Town Square

Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra
The Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra Lamar Chamber Series II will be held at the First United Methodist Church. Select the icon below for ticket information.

Thursday, November 22nd, 7:30PM
930 North Boulevard

Fleur Du Jour Open House
Don't miss Fleur Du Jour's Open House. Downtown's only florist will be offering a day of activities with refreshments, prizes, and shopping!

Friday, November 22nd, 9AM - 8PM
447 Third Street

Orphan Annie Band at Boudreaux & Thibodeaux's
Orphan Annie is a fresh collaboration of musicians who combine everything from sultry soul to rock & roll. With backgrounds ranging from New Orleans to Chicago, each member brings a unique element to the overall production. Come out to Boudreaux and Thibodeaux's this Friday for a rocking show!

Friday, November 22nd, 9PM
214 Third Street

Young Composers Camp
Manship Theatre is thrilled to partner again with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra to present the Young Composers Camp! The four-day music education intensive camp is appropriate for children in grades 2-6. They will learn to read, write and conduct their own music during this fun filled camp.

November 24th - 27th
100 Lafayette Street

Ob Buchana at the Belle of Baton Rouge
The FREE Belle of Baton Rouge Concert Series continues this week with southern soul artist, Ob Buchana. Free Concert Fridays at the Belle has some of Louisiana's hottest Hall of Fame acts in the Atrium.

Friday, November 22nd, 8PM
103 France Street

Historic Highland Cemetery Talk
Capitol Park Museum will be hosting a meeting with Kenny Kleinpeter, the appointed sexton for Highland Cemetery. Kleinpeter has spent more than 15 years researching and preserving the history of Highland Cemetery and is a ninth-generation member of the Kleinpeter family, one of the founding families of Baton Rouge. Retired from Kleinpeter Dairy, Kenny has dedicated his life to restoring and preserving this area's oldest cemeteries.

Thursday, November 21st, 6:30PM
660 N. Fourth Street

Justin McCain at Roux House
Baton Rouge musician and singer, Justin McCain brings his own special flair to an entourage of party songs that music lovers of all ages will appreciate. Wear your dancing shoes now because this band works extra hard to keep you on the dance floor!

Saturday, November 23rd, 9PM
143 Third Street

Professional Development Workshop at the Arts Council
In an effort to better support and strengthen local arts organizations, the Arts Council will offer a series of free professional development workshops by Arts Council staff and other arts professionals. Register for the "Logic Models and Program Evaluation" now!

Thursday, November 21st, 1PM-4PM
427 Laurel Street

Pre-Thanksgiving at the Market
Pick up fresh and local produce for your Thanksgiving meal this Saturday at the Red Stick Farmers Market. You'll find sweet potatoes, pecans, broccoli, turnips, butternut squash, tomatoes, cabbage, kale and Louisiana citrus. If you are not into cooking, look for homemade pies, artisan breads, stone ground grits, cornbread mix, jams, and goat cheese. Stop inside Main Street Market at 10AM to watch the Fresh from the Market cooking demonstration and pick up tips for preparing your Thanksgiving meal.

Every Saturday from 8AM - Noon
Corner of 5th and Main Streets

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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