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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH

Bald Eagle PubNightly Specials, 140 Main St., 366-9782, Bald Eagle Pub Facebook logo

Boudreaux & ThibodeauxBand Karaoke, 9 p.m., 214 Third St., 636-2442 www.bandtlive.com » or facebook.com/bandtlive Facebook logo

Happy's Irish Pub – 136 Third St., 344-2583 www.happysirishpub.com » or Happys Irish Pub Facebook logo

Huey's350 Third St., 246-2547, Hueys Bar Baton Rouge Facebook logo

Manship TheatreIFC Midnight double feature with CAM2CAM, 7 p.m., Also: IFC Midnight double feature with The Damned, 9 p.m., Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 344-0334, www.manshiptheatre.org »

Movie Night – 7 p.m. Free, outdoor, Halloween movies, bring dinner & drinks and picnic with scary movies on the Beacon, North Boulevard Town Square, get free tickets at: movienightbrhalloween.eventbrite » North Boulevard Town Square »

Red Star BarHipster Bingo, 9 p.m., 222 Laurel St., Red Star Bar Facebook logo

River Center LibraryWednesday Walking Club, 12:10 p.m., meet in the Library Lobby every Wednesday in October for a 20-25 minute self-paced walk downtown, bring a bag lunch to eat after the walk, 120 St. Louis St., 389-4959, River Center Library »

The Blues RoomMicah Lipsmeyer, 9 p.m., 244 Lafayette St., 334-7663, The Blues Room Facebook logo

The Roux HouseLive Band Karaoke, 143 Third St., 344-2583, www.rouxhouse.com »

White Cane Safety Day – 10 a.m., Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired celebrates White Cane Safety Day, students will commemorate the freedom, independence, & mobility symbolized by the use of the long white cane, picnic, route travel, scavenger hunt, and other awareness activities, with guest speaker, Mayor-President Kip Holden, 757-3481, www.lsvi.org »

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30TH

13th GateNecropolis 13, 6:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m., your worst nightmares come true! Unlike any haunted attraction ever created, 832 St. Phillip St., 389-1313, www.midnightproduction.com »

Bald Eagle Pub – Trivia Night! Let's Get Quizzical, 9 p.m., 140 Main St., 366-9782, Bald Eagle Pub Facebook logo

Boudreaux & ThibodeauxThe Heaters, 9 p.m., 214 Third St., 636-2442, www.bandtlive.com » or facebook.com/bandtlive Facebook logo

Brickyard South Bar + Patio174 South Blvd., 246-2547, Brickyard South Facebook logo

Happy’s Irish PubGreg Talmage, 9 p.m., 136 Third St., 344-2583, www.happysirishpub.com » or Happys Irish Pub Facebook logo

Huey's – Ladies Night Karaoke, 350 Third St., 246-2547, Hueys Bar Baton Rouge Facebook logo

King Bar & BistroThe Nick Abraham Xperience! 7 p.m. – 10 p.m., Sway The Night Away! Hotel Indigo, 200 Convention St., 343-1515, www.hotelindigo.com » or www.nickabrahamband.com »

Manship TheatreRocky Horror Picture Show, 10 p.m., Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 344-0334, www.manshiptheatre.org »

Red Star BarSaints vs Panthers, 7 p.m., Also: Juke Joint Jubilee, 10 p.m., with Ryan Harris, Clay Parker & friends, 222 Laurel St., Red Star Bar Facebook logo

River Center LibraryPre-School Storytime, 10 a.m., stories, songs, and fingerplays, ages 3-5, ALSO: Fairy Tale Book Club, 5:30 p.m., discuss Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen, 120 St. Louis St., 389-4959, River Center Library »

The Blues Room – Legendary Pianist & Blues Singer Tim Shelley, 5:30 p.m., 244 Lafayette St., 334-7663, The Blues Room Facebook logo

The Roux HouseJosh Garrett Trio, 9 p.m., 143 Third St., 344-2583, www.rouxhouse.com »

USS KiddTwilight Tours, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., Adults Only! behind the scenes content that are not normally exposed due to its more graphic nature, earn of the KIDD's crew, dangerous environment in an unvarnished & uncensored manner, drinks on the decks & watch the sunset over river, must be 21, $25 per person & includes two drinks, 305 S. River Rd., 342-1942, email: Tim NesSmith, www.usskidd.com »

XO NightClub150 Mayflower St., 346-6666, or www.xo-br.com » or www.facebook.com/xonightclubbr Facebook logo

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31ST

13th GateNecropolis 13, 6:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m., your worst nightmares come true! Unlike any haunted attraction ever created, 832 St. Phillip St., 389-1313, www.midnightproduction.com »

Boudreaux & Thibodeaux – In the Club: Werewolf, 8 p.m., On the Balcony: Umphy, 9 p.m., 214 Third St., 636-2442, www.bandtlive.com » or facebook.com/bandtlive Facebook logo

Happy’s Irish Pub136 Third St., 344-2583, www.happysirishpub.com » or Happys Irish Pub Facebook logo

Huey's – Nightmare on 3rd Street Halloween Party! DJ PushPlay and DJ Dunn, 7 p.m., Also: Costume Contest, 1 p.m., 350 Third St., 246-2547, Hueys Bar Baton Rouge Facebook logo

LASMCreative Louisiana: CFX, 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m., see how some of the scariest & realistic masks are made, a special presentation by Baton Rouge-based, full-service special effects studio CFX, a company that has pioneered the silicone mask industry and in the process caught the attention of network giant HBO, who has tapped CFX to produce silicone masks for the hit series Game of Thrones, complimentary coffee & donuts, 8:30 a.m., admission is FREE, 100 S. River Rd., 344-5272, www.lasm.org »

Manship TheatreRocky Horror Picture Show, 10 p.m., Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 344-0334, www.manshiptheatre.org »

Red Star Bar – Halloween a Go Go! Two Headed Dog & Zenbilly, 9 p.m. – 1:30 a.m., 222 Laurel St., Red Star Bar Facebook logo

The Blues RoomElvin Killerbee Band, 9 p.m., 244 Lafayette St., 334-7663, The Blues Room Facebook logo

The Roux HouseBand Camp, 9 p.m., 143 Third St., 344-2583, www.rouxhouse.com »

Vu NightclubThe Fresina Brothers featuring Josh Martin, 9 p.m., Hollywood Casino, 709-7777, www.hollywoodbr.com »

XO NightClubFright Night! Halloween Contest, 9 p.m., 150 Mayflower St., 346-6666, www.xo-br.com » or www.facebook.com/xonightclubbr Facebook logo

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST

13th GateNecropolis 13, 6:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m., your worst nightmares come true! Unlike any haunted attraction ever created, 832 St. Phillip St., 389-1313, www.midnightproduction.com »

Baton Rouge Arts Market – 8 a.m. – 12 noon, over 60 artists featuring original works of art in a variety of mediums including, pottery, jewelry, woodwork, textiles, photographs, glass, paintings, pottery, photography, artisan gifts, sculpture, hand-made soaps and more, free children's art activities at the Kids Booth @ 9 a.m., 5th & Main St., 344-8558, www.artsbr.org »

Boudreaux & Thibodeaux – In the Club: Sweet Root, 9 p.m., 214 Third St., 636-2442, www.bandtlive.com » or facebook.com/bandtlive Facebook logo

Breakroom IPORestaurant IPO, 421 Third St. Ste. B, 302-5541, www.restaurantipo.com »

Brickyard South Bar + Patio174 South Blvd., 246-2547, Brickyard South Facebook logo

First Presbyterian ChurchRoots & Promises: A Genesis Musical, 7 p.m., Free musical chronicling the book of Genesis from Creation to Abraham and Sarah, showing man's roots and ending with the promise of our salvation through Jesus Christ, featuring local actors Ray Gaspard & Jennifer Ellis, 763 North Blvd., 387-0617, www.fpcbr.org »

Halloween Parade – 2 p.m., 10/31 Consortium's parade begins at corner of Government St. & St. Philip St., 2014s theme: Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)! dress scary and donate a non-perishable food item & donate it to the GBR Food Bank, Grand Marshal-Smiley Anders, King-Todd McCoy, & Queen-Jessica Miller, 1031.consortium.com » or BRHalloweenParade Facebook logo

Happy's Irish PubBrandon Routh, 10 p.m., 136 Third St., 344-2583, www.happysirishpub.com » or Happys Irish Pub Facebook logo

Huey'sLSU Gameday vs. Ole Miss, followed by DJ 2EZ, 10 p.m., 350 Third St., 246-2547, Hueys Bar Facebook logo

LASM – 100 S. River Rd., 344-5272, www.lasm.org »

  • Viewing & Doing Art! 10:30 p.m., painting using a compass & making a beautiful poured paint ornament
  • Miss Trudy's Traveling Trunk Show, 11 a.m., stories, songs & games
  • Doctor Spark, the Roving Explainer, 12:30 p.m.

Louisiana Book Festival – 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., free literary celebration, held downtown at the State Library of Louisiana, the State Capitol & the Capitol Park Museum, 660 N. Fourth St., 342-5428, www.louisianabookfestival.org »

Main Street MarketSprouts Saturday! 8 a.m. – 1 p.m., fun, food, recipes, & a special fall-themed Sprouts activity at the Sprouts tent, 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m., Fresh From the Market Cooking Demo with Lucie Monk, 10 a.m., preparing kid-friendly recipes, also lots of pumpkins for Halloween decorating & carving, 501 Main St., 267-5060, www.breada.org »

Red Star BarHalloween Parade After Party, 1 p.m., 222 Laurel St., 387-0060, Red Star Bar Facebook logo

Red Stick Farmer's Market – 8 a.m. – 12 noon, 501 Main St., 267-5060, www.breada.org »

LSU Museum of ArtLafayette On Lafayette: Celebrating A French Hero of the American Hero Revolution, 3 p.m., a reading by Dr. Laura Auricchio from her newly published book The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered. Auricchio's book details the life of Gilbert du Motier, also known as Marquis de Lafayette, a French hero of the American RevolutionShaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 389-7200, www.lsumoa.com »

The Blues Room Henry Turner Jr. & Flavor, 9 p.m., 244 Lafayette St., 334-7663, The Blues Room Facebook logo

The Roux HouseOrphan Annie, 10 p.m., 143 Third St., 344-2583, www.rouxhouse.com »

Vu NightclubCCory Landry, 9 p.m., Hollywood Casino, 709-7777, www.hollywoodbr.com »

XO NightClubGame Day After Party, 10 p.m., 150 Mayflower St., 346-6666, www.xo-br.com » or www.facebook.com/xonightclubbr Facebook logo

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND

First Free Sunday – Visitors enjoy free admission to the downtown museums

  • LASM – 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., free admission to art, children's & planetarium galleries, reduced admission to special exhibitions, sky shows & digital movies, The Indiana Joneses of the Past: Tomb Robberies Ancient Egypt, 2 p.m., 100 River Rd. S., 344-5272, www.lasm.org
  • Louisiana Museum of Art – Family Fun Art Box, Stories as Art, & Bookmaking, 1 p.m., Art Box features a Clementine Hunter 3-D collage, a self-guided program for children of all ages with Family/caregiver, explore the Museum in a hands-on way, tour the Accalia and the Swamp Monster exhibit, 2 p.m., with special guest lecturer LSU graduate student, Mitch Hobbs, 5th floor, 100 Lafayette St., 389-7200, www.lsumoa.com »
  • USS KiddGive Thanks Day! 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., fun & educational for kids of all ages, make fall themed arts & crafts, free, self-guided tours of the ship & museum, games, coloring stations, music, movies in the theatre, USS KIDD Museum, 305 S. River Rd., 342-1942, www.usskidd.com »

First Presbyterian ChurchRoots & Promises: A Genesis Musical, 7 p.m., Free musical chronicling the book of Genesis from Creation to Abraham and Sarah, showing man's roots and ending with the promise of our salvation through Jesus Christ, featuring local actors Ray Gaspard & Jennifer Ellis, 763 North Blvd., 387-0617, www.fpcbr.org »

Manship TheatreCurious George, 12:30 p.m. & 2 p.m., Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 344-0334, www.manshiptheatre.org »

Red Star BarJodi James & Clay Parker, 7 p.m., 222 Laurel St., 387-0060, Red Star Bar Facebook logo

Sunday in the Park – Fall Concert Series begins with Seth Walker, 2 p.m. – 5 p.m., (R&B/Funk/Jazz vocals), Free face painting & balloon creations for the kids, free, outdoor Sunday afternoon concerts in the new Galvez Plaza Stage, Sunday in the Park Flyer {PDF}, North Boulevard Town Square » or 344-8558, or visit Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge »

UPCOMING EVENTS

TUESDAYS

  • Art Lounge – Boudreaux & Thibodeaux, 214 Third St., 636-2442, www.bandtlive.com »

THURSDAYS

  • Red Star BarJuke Joint Jubilee, 9 p.m., featuring Ryan Harris, Clay Parker, and friends, 222 Laurel St., Red Star Bar Facebook logo

  • Baton Rouge Food Tours – 11 a.m., downtown guided walking tour includes delicious tastings at area downtown restaurants infused with fascinating historical & cultural stories, 800-622-3241, www.batonrougefoodtours.com/tours »

FRIDAYS

  • Baton Rouge Food Tours – 11 a.m. & 6 p.m., downtown guided walking tours include delicious tastings at area downtown restaurants infused with fascinating historical & cultural stories, 800-622-3241, www.batonrougefoodtours.com/tours »

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD

  • River Center LibraryMonday Movie Series, 1 p.m., 120 St. Louis St., 389-4959, River Center Library »

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH

  • Manship TheatreA Streetcar Named Desire from National Theatre London, 2 p.m. & 7 p.m., Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., 344-0334, www.manshiptheatre.org »
  • River Center LibraryIntroduction to Facebook & Twitter, 11 a.m., learn the basics of Facebook & Twitter in this introduction to social media class, 120 St. Louis St., 389-4959, River Center Library »

 

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