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WHAT’S THE MOVE?: THE FOUR EVENTS TO ATTEND AND BEHERE

WHAT’S THE MOVE?: THE FOUR EVENTS TO ATTEND AND BEHERE
We’re bringing in December and there are some great events happening that you may want to add to your calendar. Holidays always bring family fun, here are the details of where you can go to make some memories.

Friday 12.01 | Social & Family

World AIDS Day 2017


Join us for a powerful walk, a creative mixer and a hilarious comedy show… Hosted by Comedian Tony King is Funny! The World AIDS Day Walk will be guided by… The Baton Rouge Sigma Alumnae, LA Tri Parish and Baton Rouge Delta Alumnae Chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and The NAACP of Baton Rouge! FREE HIV TESTING, EDUCATION, FREE FOOD, TONS OF FREE GIVEAWAYS and MORE!
Downtown Festival of Lights

Come join us for a holiday celebration featuring local art vendors, a star canopy hanging from the oak trees, snow village at River Center Plaza, music, Bethlehem Village (a real life village set in Biblical times where children can craft ornaments and decorations), Cajun Night Before Christmas at The Old Governor’s Mansion, Movies and Santa at the Old State Capitol, Holiday Magic at LASM, Art Sales at Brunner Gallery, Reindeer Run and much more! This event is from 5pm – 9pm.

Saturday 12.02 | Family

LPB’s A Very Monkey Christmas Breakfast

Join Curious George as he gets ready for the holiday season at LPB’s A Very Monkey Christmas Breakfast. You will get to take photos with Curious George and Santa Claus. The unmistakable sounds of carolers will fill the air while you enjoy a delicious breakfast. Create a memorable holiday experience! Tickets are $30 (Kid’s Club Members $20), children 12 months and younger do not need a ticket.

Sunday 12.03

KCS Holiday Express

The KCS Holiday Express is a festive, six-car train that brings Santa Claus and his elves to communities throughout the company’s U.S. rail network at scheduled stops. Bring out the family to visit with Santa Claus and walk through three cars filled with holiday displays. Each event is free, open to the public and no tickets are required.

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