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What's The Move: April 26

What's The Move: April 26

Learn to stretch out your dollars and your legs this weekend with the Count It Up financial discussion and Meditate with the Moon. Mark down these events on your calendar.
April 28
Count It Up

Join BeBatonRouge and Joseph Robins, Alex James, Drusilla Carter and Kimberlee Collins for a financial discussion featuring local financial professionals for Financial Literacy Month.
Southern Grind Cafe – 8418 Scotland Ave. // 8AM-9AM// Follow us on Facebook for a livestream
April 28
The Experience

Enjoy a night of  visual art. Also, for all vocal artists (singers, poets and rappers), an open mic will held from 5pm-7:30pm!
Greater Baton Rouge Arts Council//Doors open at 4pm
$5 admission for the public//Free for children ages 10 and under.
April 28
Municipal General Elections

Whenever you turn on the news, you hear about changes taking place. On Saturday April 28th, East Baton Rouge will be voting on taxes for the school system.
Learn more about where to vote and what you’ll be voting on here.

April 28
16th Annual Old School Greek Variety Show

Hosted by the graduate chapters of divine 9 organizations in the Baton Rouge area, is one of the greatest step shows in the city!
The event is taking place at the SU Minidome// Tickets are $15// Starts at 7 pm
Contact Shirl E. Gilbert at (215) 783-0553 or Twana Malveaux (225) 278-7774 for tickets.
April 29
4th Annual Capital City Car Show

Family friendly event featuring live music, food and the hottest cars in the city!
Tickets on sale now for $10. Read more here.
Gates open at 12PM//Held at the SU Minidome
April 29
Meditate with the Moon

Evening yoga on the rooftop of 44o Third Street (above Matherne’s).
Tickets are $15.
Session begins at 6:30pm.
April 29
Louisiana Earth Day

Come celebrate and learn about the environment with your friends and family.
LSU Parker Coliseum//Time from 1PM-5PM
Free Admission
May 4

May 19
Healthy BR Family Fit Day

Activities will be lined up for everyone in the family to try out. Held at BREC City Park.
Starts at 8:30AM//Ends at 12PM
 

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