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Jul
15
Tue
all-day Baton Rouge Fitness Crawl
Baton Rouge Fitness Crawl
Jul 15 – Jul 30 all-day
Baton Rouge Fitness Crawl
  To find a gym with the right atmosphere for you is important but can also be hard to gauge just by walking through a gym once. And until you actually get to try a[...]
Jul
31
Thu
8:30 pm Evening Sky Viewing – Highland R...
Evening Sky Viewing – Highland R...
Jul 31 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Evening Sky Viewing - Highland Road Park Observatory
HRPO houses a 50-cm reflector, a 40-cm reflector and several smaller telescopes to bring the majesty of the night sky to the public. Trained operators, sharing duties via a rotating roster, work throughout the year[...]
Aug
2
Sat
8:00 am Baton Rouge Arts Market @ Main St 5th Ave
Baton Rouge Arts Market @ Main St 5th Ave
Aug 2 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Baton Rouge Arts Market @ Main St 5th Ave | Baton Rouge | Louisiana | United States
 
10:00 am Science Academy – Highland Road ... @ Highland Road Park Observatory
Science Academy – Highland Road ... @ Highland Road Park Observatory
Aug 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Science Academy - Highland Road Park Observatory @ Highland Road Park Observatory
Saturdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm For children ages eight to twelve $5.00 per in-parish child; $6.00 per out-of-parish child Maximum capacity sixteen children Walk-ins welcome, but parents can register up to one week[...]
Aug
3
Sun
all-day First FREE Sunday at LASM @ LASM
First FREE Sunday at LASM @ LASM
Aug 3 all-day
First FREE Sunday at LASM @ LASM
On the First Sunday of every month, LASM offers FREE admission to art, children’s and planetarium galleries, and reduced admission to special exhibitions, sky shows, and digital movies. Please come and visit us and see[...]
Aug
7
Thu
8:30 pm Evening Sky Viewing – Highland R...
Evening Sky Viewing – Highland R...
Aug 7 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Evening Sky Viewing - Highland Road Park Observatory
HRPO houses a 50-cm reflector, a 40-cm reflector and several smaller telescopes to bring the majesty of the night sky to the public. Trained operators, sharing duties via a rotating roster, work throughout the year[...]

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From the BRM Blog…

frazzled-mom

Mother Knows Best … Eventually.

There are many, many things I'm terrible at. Basic math, for example. Folding sheets and towels properly. Any game where I must hit a tiny ball over a net. Sticking to budgets. Giving the silent treatment. Running. Swimming. Packing light. I could … Read Full Article

Baton rouge Moms Celebrate

Meet the Baton Rouge Moms Team

Tiany was recently named one of the Top 100 Blogueras (Latina Bloggers) by LATISM.  Tiany founded The Homeschool Lounge, a community with over 20,000 members, in 2008. She is a social good advocate and has been blessed with opportunities to … Read Full Article

That's Not Our Mascot - LSU - Mike the Tiger

Mike the Tiger is Our Mascot {Giveaway}

{Sponsored} Mike the Tiger, the famed live Bengal Tiger serves as the graphic image of LSU, he is loved by children and adults alike, in Baton Rouge and beyond. It's that time of year, we're all scratching a summer itch for some SEC football and if … Read Full Article

Living with Arthrogryposis

Living with Arthrogryposis

Last Monday was Arthrogryposis Awareness Day, but for us, Arthrogryposis Awareness Day is every day. This coming September will be 8 years since we first heard the words Arthrogryposis Multiplex Cogenita. I was 20 weeks pregnant with our son; Jackson … Read Full Article

Pampering for Mom

Moms, Don’t Forget to Fill Your Well

This post was supposed to list suggestions for things you could do to pamper yourself. I’d happened upon some cool recipes and ideas. But, I kept finding myself avoiding sitting at my computer. Then I realized something. I needed to take my own … Read Full Article