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What's The Move: April 19

What's The Move: April 19

Participating in 4/20? Or looking to satisfy you crawfish craving? Pop up at one of this events this weekend.
April 20
Sativa x The Bandeaux

Enjoy the vibes at this 18 and up nightlife event. Rum punch, jerk chicken and chicken and waffles will be on sale.
Held at Club Culture on 450 Oklahoma Street.
Gates open at 9PM//Ladies free all night//$10 entry fee
April 21
Transfer and Peel

Free crawfish for those who transfer their prescriptions to Parker’s Pharmacy, and current customers. Held at Parker’s Pharmacy on 9600 Florida Boulevard.
Begins at 1pm
April 21
Furball Baton Rouge 2018

Open Bar | Musical entertainment | Silent Auction | Petz Plaza Pet Spa | Photos of you with your pet on the red carpet!
April 25
Building and Inclusive Community

Panel discussion revolving around positivity and progressive measures to build a more inclusive community.
Held at BREC Headquarters Facility on 6201 Florida Boulevard.
Starts at 6PM//Ends at 8:30PM
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 whether to give more money to the police and education systems.
Learn more about where to vote and what you’ll be voting on here.

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
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
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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