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What's The Move: May 3

What's The Move: May 3

Fire up the salsa and bring on the margaritas! Start living la vida loca this weekend by popping in on our local Cinco De Mayo festivities.
May 3
Blood Pressure Testing Day

African Americans are at the highest risk of suffering from blood pressure. Take advantage of Parker’s Pharmacy doing free blood pressure tests.
From 4PM-6PM//Parker’s Pharmacy
 
May 3
Fathers On A Mission Meeting

Engage in a dialogue about the components of fatherhood, support fatherhood and healing broken relationships.
Starts at 7PM//Family and Youth Service Center// 1120 Government Street Baton Rouge, LA 70802
May 4
Cinco De Mayo Kickoff

Enjoy a lit night out and bring in Cinco De Mayo at Club 1913 with DJ Revolution and Moxswag on the 1’s and 2’s.
Doors open at 10PM
May 5
Cinco De Mayo @ Boil & Roux

Boil and Roux has its third annual Cinco De Mayo event. Music by DJ Neff and DJ Kicks featuring EZ Esco and the Michael Foster Project.
Starts at 4PM
May 5
International Health Expo

Celebrate and learn about different cultures while enjoy free food, facials, massages and more!
Contana Mall// From 12Pm-2PM
May 5 
HBCU Rugby Classic

Come out and support our fellow HBCUs as they engage in one of the most popular contact sports!
$15 //Jaguar Park @ Southern University Athletic Department// From 3PM-7PM
May 5-6
Jazz Fest

Celebrate blues and jazz with local and headlining artists in the Crescent City!
Adult Gate Price: $80// Child’s Ticket: $5// Children under 2 are free
May 11
Dear Mama

A night out for our hot mama’s! Complimentary cocktails, swag bags and quick bites/
$25//Location TBA//8PM-11PM
May 19

Fun and exciting activities will be lined up for everyone in the family to try. Held at BREC City Park.
Starts at 8:30AM//Ends at 12PM
May 20
The Connect Effect

Fun professional networking with a panel Q&A session and meeting new like-minded professionals.
$10//Park Place Baton Rouge// From 2PM-5PM

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