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Red Stick Farmers Market

It's easy for Baton Rougeans to get their fresh local produce fix thanks to the Red Stick Farmers Market, now over twenty years old. 8 am–noon on the corner of Fifth and Main. Location: 501 Main Street Baton Rouge … read more

Baton Rouge Arts Market

Shop with artists from Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Florida who will present original works of art in a variety of mediums including, pottery, jewelry, woodwork, textiles, photographs, glass, paintings, sculpture, hand-made soaps, and so much more. Expect to see your … read more

Saturday Stargazing

Each weekend, you can experience stargazing during the day under the grand dome of LASM's planetarium. Learn fascinating facts about the stars and constellations in the local night sky during an interactive presentation, then enjoy a featured show for all … read more

Veterans Yoga

Studies show that yoga and mindfulness can improve overall physical health as well as possibly reduce effects of PTSD, anxiety, addictions, and other mental conditions. That's why the USS KIDD, the Mayor’s Advisory Council on Veterans Affairs, and Yoga with … read more

The Market at the Oasis

The Market at the Oasis partners with independent artists, farmers, food providers, coffee makers, craftspeople, and potters, to create an ongoing, weekly event which will also feature yard plants, herbs, succulents, and flowers. Enjoy the beautiful surroundings and landscaping while … read more

Paws for a Cause Thrift Shop

Support the Natchez-Adams County Humane Society by shopping for new-to-you thrifted treasures at the NACHS "Big Shop". Come peruse the extensive variety of clothing, household items, fun knick-knacks, and more—and if you decide to buy, know that it's going toward … read more

East Baton Rouge Master Gardener Talks

In September the Baton Rouge Public Library System will host members of the EBR Master Gardeners Association for a talk on "Herbs and Spices for Everyone" with Nancy Jurasinski and "Cool Season Lawn and Garden Care" with Leo Broders. Jones … read more

Golden Afternoon at Gallery 600 Julia

Through October, painter Carol Scott's vibrant celebrations of nature will be up at Gallery 600 Julia. Opening reception as part of the First Saturday Artwork on October 1. Location: 600 Julia Street New Orleans Louisiana

Beginning Watercolor: Break Out the Paints

Local watercolorist Roberta Loftlin will teach a workshop on beginning watercolors at the Art Guild of Louisiana's Studio in the Park this month, guiding students through the ins and outs of color mixing, value studies, and composition. 9:30 am–noon on … read more

Iberville Swamp Life Expo

Experience the authenticity of Cajun life in the swamp, mere yards from modern highway transportation. The Iberville Visitors' Center hosts this annual program of hands-on demonstrations and cultural displays, which include crawfish trap making and cypress woodcarving, as the official … read more