TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 7:30 AM
Fall Holiday History Camp
BREC – Campers will explore early 19th century history and make Fall themed crafts. From touring the historic house to playing old fashioned games, campers will love learning about the past. Campers will also enjoy making fall/winter themed crafts such as scarecrow magnets, painting clear ornaments, and making edible cornucopias. The two days will end with the campers cooking in the open hearth kitchen and visiting the museum store. Nov. 20-21 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Ages 7-12 $44 EBR Parish resident $52.80 out-of-parish resident Registration deadline: Nov. 15 225-343-4955 http://brec.org/index.cfm/page/holidaycamps
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 8:00 AM
Fall Rocket Camp
BREC – Rocket Camp is a two-day program offered during the fall, winter and spring. "Rocketeers" aged nine to thirteen construct chemical engine rockets (usually two single-stage rockets, but some sessions feature a sole two-stage rocket). HRPO personnel will also including a theme connected to a NASA mission, and a special STEM activity related to spaceflight.Children should bring a lunch each day which does not require refrigeration as well as a hat and sunscreen. Nov. 20-21 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily Ages: 9-13 Registration begins Oct. 7 $55 EBR Parish resident $66 out-of-parish resident Early drop-off begins at 7:30 a.m. and late pick-up is until 5:30 p.m. at no additional charge.
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 AM
Autumn Harvest Camp
BREC – Bring your child to Bluebonnet Swamp for 2 days of fun during the holiday break (Monday & Tuesday). They’ll be treated to nature-based activities such as arts and crafts, live animal encounters, hikes, games, and a themed afternoon snack. Each day will be comprised of different activities, and campers will need to bring a bag lunch and drink each day. In our Autumn Harvest camp, we will learn about the changing colors, nature explorers, and living off the land. Autumn Harvest Camp Campers learn about the changing colors, nature explorers and living off the land. Nov. 20-21 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Ages: 7-12 $48 EBR Parish residents $57.60 out-of-parish residents Early drop-off begins at 7 a.m. and late pick-up is until 6 p.m. and available for $10.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:30 PM
Movie in the Park: Free Birds
BREC – Grab a blanket or lawn chair and join BREC for a family movie (Rated PG and below) under the stars. Enjoy free popcorn and punch. The movie will be moved inside the gym in the event of inclement weather. All movies begin at dusk. Sponsored by Amerihealth Free Birds(PG): Pardoned by the president, a lucky turkey (Owen Wilson) named Reggie gets to live a carefree lifestyle, until fellow fowl Jake (Woody Harrelson) recruits him for a history-changing mission. Jake and Reggie travel back in time to the year 1621, just before the first Thanksgiving. The plan: Prevent all turkeys from ever becoming holiday dinners. Unfortunately, the two birds encounter colonist Myles Standish (Colm Meaney), out to capture feathered friends for all the hungry Pilgrims.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
LSU W. Basketball vs. Nicholls
LSU Tigers – LSU hosts Nicholls at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 8:00 PM
Foxhunter + The Breton Sound & Paris Avenue
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – FOXHUNTER Tuesday, November 21st With Special Guests THE BRETON SOUND and PARIS AVENUE Doors open at 8PM Show starts at 9PM General Admission Tickets are $7 in Advance and $10 After Doors Open Available at our Box Office inside The Chimes Restaurant on Highland Road, over the phone at 866.777.8932 and on-line at www.VarsityTheatre.com ** Persons Must Be Eighteen (18) Years Old or Older with Proper Identification to Attend Any Event at The Varsity Theatre **
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 8:00 PM
A NOther Show
Spanish Moon – A NOther Show! A weekly comedy open mic presented by NO SHOW Comedy and Spanish Moon. This is a FREE event! If you've ever wanted to try your hand at stand-up after a NO SHOW event, here's your chance! Hosted by O'mar Finley and Terence Delaine!!! Signup starts at 8:00 p.m.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 6:00 PM
LSU Volleyball vs. Georgia
LSU Tigers
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 26 @ 7:00 PM
Thanksgiving Campmeeting 2017
Sonlife Broadcasting Network – Campmeetings are always a much anticipated time of refreshing, challenge and renewal. The Spirit of the Lord is present and moving and it is a time away from the day-to-day rush that you can devote to solely seeking Him. As people come and commit this time to Him, and come expecting, we see God move in our midst in a mighty way. Campmeeting is a time of re-alignment with the Word of God . You can be confident that God's Word will be boldly presented without fear, favor, or compromise. We have a line up of teachers and preachers that know the Word, proclaim the Word, live the Word and are not afraid to preach it! The atmosphere at Campmeeting time is always charged with anticipation and excitement for what the Lord will do. It is also a time of toe-tapping worship and celebration with our gifted and anointed band, worship leaders, singers, and choir. You will still be humming the songs long after you leave, we guarantee it. Meet, greet and fellowship with other Christians from all over the World! Campmeeting is always a exciting time of meeting and sharing with others. Many special and lifelong friendships have been made during Campmeeting time. We do sincerely hope that you will join us. It would just not be the same without you.
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Nov 22 @ 7:00 PM
Ladies Night Karaoke
Lava Cantina Perkins Rowe
 
UPCOMING
    Wednesday Nov 22 - Nov 23 @ 9:00 PM
FastLane at Drew & Willie's Sports Bar
MF Entertainment of BR – Join 80's Rock / Metal Cover band FASTLANE Wed., Nov. 22, 2017 on the Drew & Willie's Sports Bar stage for some fantastic music from the Hair Generation we all remember and LOVE! Show cranks at 9 pm! Tickets: $5.00
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 23 - Nov 24 @ 8:00 PM
Will Wesley at New Orleans Original Daiquiris - Hwy. #42
MF Entertainment of BR – Join Mr. Will Wesley Thanksgiving night for a great night of music. Show starts at 8 pm!
 
UPCOMING
    Thursday Nov 23 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 PM
Spanish Moon's '80s Night Dance Party Anniversary
Spanish Moon – It's that time of year again! The leaves turn from green to brown. The temperatures go from "OH GOODNESS, THIS IS UNBEARABLE" to "OH GOODNESS, THIS IS STILL UNBEARABLE, BUT SLIGHTLY LESS SO". And Spanish Moon's '80s Night Dance Party celebrates it's birthday. It's time to party like nobody's business, as we head down to the Spanish Moon for... '80S NIGHT DANCE PARTY *ANNIVERSARY* THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD, join us as your favorite '80s Night Dance Party music masters DJs ZE IDOLIST and GOSH ZILLA are joined by DJ DUCKOBOE to celebrate the anniversary of one of the greatest Baton Rouge traditions for years and years (and years and years), '80s Night! Yup, '80s Night was a Thanksgiving night baby! ~Happy birthday to uuuuuus~ We will be spinning only the finest, grade A dance tunes of the 1980s, obviously. Here's what you need to know: -Doors open at 9PM. -Ladies drink FREE 'til 10PM. -$7 gets you in. Spanish Moon 1109 Highland Road Baton Rouge, LA 70802 facebook.com/SM80sNight
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 8:00 AM
You're Invited! Black Friday at lululemon Acadian Village
lululemon Baton Rouge – Remember how the 90’s were just like so, totally awesome? This Black Friday we’re taking things back a decade, or two - for a totally rad time. This year, we’ll be opening 2 hours earlier! Yep, that’s right, the party starts at 8AM sharp! We know you deserve to treat yourself after your all-night shopping, so Mr. Ronnie’s Famous Hot Donuts and coffee are on us. Get your scrunchies on and fanny packs packed - it’s going to be a totally tubular day.
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 9:00 AM
Black Friday 2017 at Atomic Pop Shop
Kerry Beary's Atomic Pop Shop – Numbers at 7am Doors at 9am Limited and Special releases! STOREWIDE SALE Coffee and Dunkin' Donuts
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 - Dec 30 @ 5:30 PM
ZooLights 2017
BREC – November 24 - December 30 Closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day Admission gates open 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Zoo grounds close at 9 p.m. Admission: Adults/Teens: $5 Seniors: $4 Ages 2-12: $3 Friends of the Zoo Members: $3 per person? ILLUMINATED SCULPTURES: Visitors will find illuminated sculptures representing animals and traditional symbols of the holidays. GIANT SPECTACULARS: Larger-than-life displays capture the imagination of children of all ages. These displays may include: Flamingos, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers, Gorillas, Rhinos, Elephants, Alligators, Giant Santa, Giant Snowmen, Holiday Trains, Santa in Sleigh pulled by Giant Reindeer and Toy Soldiers. Displays can be up to 30 ft. tall! ANIMATED SPECTACULARS: Animated displays add additional entertainment value to our event. The use of high-wattage, computer-controlled displays will provide exciting animation to displays. VISITOR AMENITIES: Safari Photo Booth Seasonal Specials from the Flamingo Cafe Safari Post Gift Shop
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 5:30 PM
ZooLights Kickoff!
BREC – November 24 - December 30 Closed Christmas Eve & Christmas Day Admission gates open 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Zoo grounds close at 9 p.m. Admission: Adults/Teens: $5 Seniors: $4 Ages 2-12: $3 Friends of the Zoo Members: $3 per person? ILLUMINATED SCULPTURES: Visitors will find illuminated sculptures representing animals and traditional symbols of the holidays. GIANT SPECTACULARS: Larger-than-life displays capture the imagination of children of all ages. These displays may include: Flamingos, Giraffes, Lions, Tigers, Gorillas, Rhinos, Elephants, Alligators, Giant Santa, Giant Snowmen, Holiday Trains, Santa in Sleigh pulled by Giant Reindeer and Toy Soldiers. Displays can be up to 30 ft. tall! ANIMATED SPECTACULARS: Animated displays add additional entertainment value to our event. The use of high-wattage, computer-controlled displays will provide exciting animation to displays. VISITOR AMENITIES: Safari Photo Booth Seasonal Specials from the Flamingo Cafe Safari Post Gift Shop
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 6:30 PM
Sweet Root Acoustic at La Carreta Bluebonnet
MF Entertainment of BR – Please welcome Ms. Jennifer Hutter and Dustin Powers to La Carreta Bluebonnet. Show starts at 6:30 pm so be sure to get there early!
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 8:00 PM
Trivial Objections
Manship Theatre at Shaw Center for the Arts – Trivial Objections is a new monthly trivia and debate game show! Local comedians will try to out smart each other during a series of quizzes and debates from current events and more! Trivial Objections pulls inspiration from classic radio quiz shows like “Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me”. This interactive event will showcase local talent in a light and fun atmosphere. Hosted by Michael Alford with team leaders Evan Rabalais and Nick Portier. This show's guest comedians will be Josh Watts and Maggie Shipley. Maggie Shipley lives in Lafayette. She is the second best host of the weekly Wurst Open Mic at The Wurst Biergarten. She as opened for Nate Bargatze and Emo Philips (not at the same time). Tweets animal gifs very reliably. Josh Watts is a comedian and new father from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. His unique perspective on life, jobs and most importantly his daughter, have made Josh an endearing favorite everywhere he's performed. Josh has been featured in the the South Sounds Festival and has opened for Charley Murphy, T.j. Miller, Garfunkle & Oates, Jen Kober & Emo Phillips. Josh is also one of the host of the Chase and Josh Talk podcast with Comedian Chase Mayers. You can find him at bucketsofduckets.com Located in our Hartley/Vey Theatres Studio Theatre on North Blvd. Seating is Cabaret style with tables and a full bar located in the space featuring great drink specials! Doors open at 7:30pm Runtime: 90 mins
 
UPCOMING
    Friday Nov 24 @ 8:00 PM
William Clark Green
Varsity Theatre - Baton Rouge, LA – $ 12.00 - $15.00 / Age 18 And Up Must Be 18 Years Old or Older To Attend Additional Info: ~~William Clark Green Is not one for pulling punches. Where some songwriters trade in subtlety and dancing around blunt truths with clever feints and metaphor, Clark aims his words straight to the point and, when needed, right through the heart. His music is unrelentingly direct and hard-hitting, too, charged with a palpable rock 'n' roll immediacy that's as evident in his most intimate solo acoustic performances as it is in the full-tilt band shows that have packed rooms across his native Lone Star State from the Blue Light in Lubbock to the world's biggest honky-tonk, Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth. And with the April 21st release of Ringling Road, his eagerly awaited fourth album, Green is set to make his biggest impact on the booming Texas/Red Dirt music scene - and beyond - yet.But just don't call him the "Next Big Thing," because as Green makes patently clear on Ringling Road's riotously myth-busting opening track, that's a laugh, buddy. And even with tongue firmly in cheek, William Clark Green is only interested in being real."Oh it's hard to pay your dues when there ain't no money in the bankIt's a shameI gotta make it to the show but there ain't no gas in the tankIt's insanewhat you do for a broken heart and some busted stringsAnd everybody saying I'm the next big thing!""I'm actually a little nervous about what people are going to think of that song, and if they'll think I'm being an asshole," Clark admits with a laugh. "And that's not the case at all, because it's actually sarcastic as hell. But we've been hearing that 'you're the next big thing' thing for a long time now - and I'm guilty of saying the same to some of my songwriter friends who are struggling out there, too. And even though it's always meant in a nice way, you can't help but think, 'What? I have no idea what you're talking about. I'm actually sleeping in my truck tonight!"Not that he's complaining. Green is nothing if not fully committed to his chosen path. Granted, had a few chips fallen a little differently, he could have just as easily - and happily - devoted his life to ranching, but fate dictated pretty early on that he was meant to be a troubadour. He may have started taking guitar lessons at 13 primarily out of boredom - his family had just moved from Flint, Texas to College Station in the summer, and he didn't have any new school friends yet - but it wasn't long before he developed a keen interest in songwriting. A healthy obsession with his father's copy of Willis Alan Ramsay's classic 1972 debut had a lot to do with that ("That's still the best album I've ever heard, and the reason I use three names," Green enthuses). So did timing: "I remember seeing Robert Earl Keen and Pat Green and even Jerry Jeff Walker at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater in College Station when I was in high school," he says. "The scene was really kind of in its birth then, and I was right there in the middle, paying attention and really intrigued by all of it." Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/event/william-clark-green-varsity-theatre-tickets/7745535?REFERRAL_ID=twfb