About Baton Rouge


Check out these links for opportunities to plug into Baton Rouge’s community:


Baton Rouge Little Theater
The Manship Theatre
The Art Melt
Live After Five

Saturday Farmers Market (A great day out with the family)
Coffee Call (Late at night or early in the morning beignet mountains topped with powdered sugar create great memories)
Magpie Café (Try going organic and eating healthy with the family)
Food Trucks (Take a tour of food trucks until you’ve tried them all)
Sweet Wishes (Wish someone a happy day or celebrate nothing at all)

Catch Dunham band director John Gray out and about
Schedule a drum or guitar lesson with former Dunham Favorite Doug Gay at Baton Rouge Music Studios.
Head downtown for music in the Fall at Live After Five.
Listen to live bands all summer at Perkins Rowe on Thursdays.
Follow the Dunham Jazz band as they play throughout the year.

Baton Rouge Parents Magazine keeps you updated on events for free each month.
The Mall of Louisiana’s soft playground toddler tumbling area gets you out of the house on a rainy day.
Barnes & Nobles story time
Try a sewing class for kids at Joan’s Fabrics.
LASM (The first Sunday of each month is free!)
Perkins BMX, Skateboard Park (Parents bring your tennis shoes and walk the walking track while your kiddos ride and play).
Blue Bayou Waterpark
Geocaching at LSU 
Play Frisbee golf at the Highland Road Park
Laser Tag of Baton Rouge