With a revitalized downtown buzzing with live music, dozens of museums, and art galleries; some of the best libraries in America; and over 180 parks which offer free activities ranging from rock climbing to paddle boarding lessons, there’s always something going on in the Baton Rouge Area to keep your calendar full.
Check out a few events happening around the region this month:
November 2: Farmer’s Arts/Crafts Market
Take in the local homemade goods of Gonzales at this Farmer’s Arts/Crafts Market featuring over 30 vendors.
November 3: Cap City Beer Fest
Try a slew of craft beers and raise money for a good cause at the Cap City Beer Fest supporting the Companion Animal Alliance. Tickets are only $25 for access to regional, national, and international craft beers.
November 11: Sweet Baton Rouge Holiday Local Pop Up Shop
Back by popular demand the Sweet Baton Rouge Holiday Local Pop Up Shop will be open from November 11-23 at Perkins Rowe for everyone’s holiday shopping needs. It’ll be your one-stop shop for all your local Louisiana goodies!
November 15: Boogie on the Bayou
Put on your dancing shoes and head to Boogie on the Bayou in Plaquemine for live music that’s free to the public.
November 22: White Light Night
One of Mid City’s highly anticipated events, White Light Night, will celebrate local art, food and music all throughout the Mid City area.
November 28: Turkey Trot at the Bluffs
Get a good run in on Thanksgiving morning with Turkey Trot at the Bluffs. Runners will make their way through a beautiful array of fall landscape at The Bluffs Golf and Sports Resort in this family-friendly 5K. Looking for more events to fill your days? Check out BRAC’s Community Events Calendar for everything going on in the Capital Region.