Roaming the Region: September Events

Roaming the Region

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: 

September 7: Bogan Firehouse Arts Market 

Enjoy an indoor arts market at the Bogan Firehouse in Baton Rouge where you can browse jewelry, artwork, and skilled craftsmanship. 

September 13: Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day 

Celebrate being halfway to St. Patrick’s Day with a pub crawl, live music, green everything, and a bagpipe performance! Ticket fees will benefit the Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area and the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research 

September 13: Art-Ish Live Music, Art, Fun 

Take in live music, good food, a night of dancing, and art all around at Port Allen’s Village at Huns Grove. 

September 14: Hummingbird Festival 

Birdwatch at the National Wildlife Refuge for its Hummingbird Festival. Admission is free, making it the perfect way to explore the outdoors! 

September 19: Gubernatorial Debate 

Get informed with the first Gubernatorial Debate hosted at LSU’s Union Theatre 

September 27-September 29: Ascension Hot Air Balloon Festival 

See the state from up in the air at the Ascension Hot Air Balloon Festival. There will be live music, food, games, and of course a plethora of hot air balloons to look at and even ride in! 

September 28: Fall Market at Fine and Dandy 

Get your fall decorations just in time at Fine and Dandy’s Fall Market in Gonzales. There will be booths filled with vendors showcasing handmade products as well as raffles and giveaways all benefitting a good cause. Looking for more events to fill your days? Check out BRAC’s Community Events Calendar for everything going on in the Capital Region. 

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