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July 2022

Songbird Music School

July 1

Calling all musicians, beginner-level all the way to seasoned professionals! BirdMan Coffee undergoes its seasonal transformation from coffeehouse to music studio for musicians looking to hone their skills, or pick up new ones. The annual Songbird Music School returns as part of Arts for All, offering the following sessions and new special options this year: June 30–July 1: Songwriting Class with Eric Schmitt and Heather Feierabend in 3V cabin #10. $200. July 2–3: Choose from the following classes held in…

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Neighborhood Arts Project

July 1

Neighborhood Arts Project is a free community art program designed for all ages. Join the LSU Museum of Art for creative, engaging art-making at locations around Baton Rouge this summer. If you want your little ones to explore their creative capacities, bring ‘em out! See the schedule, with locations and times, below: East Baton Rouge Parish Libraries 10 am–noon. June 14: Scotlandville Library June 21: Delmont Gardens Library June 28: Baker Library July 5: Main Library at Goodwood July 12:…

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July at L’Auberge

July 1

Music never sounds quite as poignant as when you're down on your luck. Take a break from the casino floor (or skirt the slots altogether) for three concerts this month at the L'Auberge Casino & Hotel: July 1: Marc Broussard; doors at 8 pm, show at 9 pm. $20. July 16: Marlon Wayans; doors at 7 pm, show at 8 pm. $35. July 17: Tom Segura; doors at 5 pm, show at 6 pm. $55. July 22: The Temptations; doors…

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Shana Banana

July 1

Award-winning national children's musical storyteller Shana Banana is visiting Livingston Parish Libraries this summer, and she's bringing her two puppy puppet pals, Hal and Henson along with her. Catch her at shows taking place at the Denham Springs-Walker Brach (10 am) and Watson Branch (2 pm) on June 29, the Main Branch (2 pm) on June 30, and the Albany-Springfield Branch (10 am) on July 1. Free. mylpl.info. Location: 20390 Iowa Street Livingston Louisiana

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Henry Turner Jr.’s Listening Room

July 2

It's always a fun night at Henry Turner Jr.'s Listening Room, and when it's free, the deal is that much sweeter. Each free show features performances by Henry Turner Jr. & Flavor, and the Listening Room All-Stars, who may include Kelton ‘Nspire Harper, Larry LZ Dillon, comedian Eddie Cool, and more. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 8 pm until midnight. $10, which includes a soul food side dish. henryslisteningroom.com. Location: 2733 North Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Baton Rouge Arts Market

July 2

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 favorite artists as well as new works to "ooh" and "ahh" over, as the market has been rejuried for the first time in two decades, with new sections to show off Baton Rouge masters as well as crafts like beauty…

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Red Stick Farmers Market

July 2

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. breada.org. Location: 501 Main Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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First Free Sunday at Capitol Park Museum

July 2

Explore Louisiana's diverse and colorful history at Baton Rouge's Capitol Park Museum for free on the first Sunday of each month, with special hours from 1 pm–4:30 pm. louisianastatemuseum.org Location: 660 North 4th Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Saturday Stargazing

July 2

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 ages. Each week, you can even collect a new constellation trading card by clicking here. Cost included with the price of general admission and free for members. Every Saturday at 10 am. lasm.org. Location: 100 River Road South Baton Rouge…

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Veterans Yoga

July 2

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 Brandi are offering free yoga classes at the USS KIDD Veteran's Museum overlooking the Mississippi River before the monthly Arts Market and BREADA Famers' Market. Free. 8 am. usskidd.com. Location: 201 Lafayette Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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