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COMMUNITY CALENDAR: June 13 – June 30 events

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: June 13 – June 30 events

June 13-16: Louisiana Children’s Discovery Center Volunteer Camp. Louisiana Children’s Discovery Center, 113 N. Cypress St., Hammond. 1:30pm – 4:30pm – Carolyn Schwebel 985-340-9150 www.lcdcofhammond.org

14: Garden Fest. LSU Ag Center Botanic Gardens  Burden Museum & Gardens 4560 Essen Lane at I-10. 7:30 am,- 1pm. $10 for adults and children 4-10 years old. Children under 4 will be admitted at no charge.  www.discoverburden.com 225-763-3990.

14: Job Fest at Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club. noon – 3:00p.m. 722 N Broad St, New Orleans, LA 70119. http://www.neworleanswill.com/june-job-fest-zulu-club/

15-17: Advancing Economic and Entrepreneurial Development in Disaster Recovery. Southern University A&M College 801 APACVB-0056 Juneteenth_2017 (2)_1_0

Harding Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70813. $25 to register. 225-771-5262

15: Reimagine Greenwood Regional Park and New State of the Art Zoo Public Meeting. Womack Park Ballroom, 6201 Florida Blvd. 6:30pm. Give input, vote on design features, hear a presentation, controlled question and answer session, brief comments. www.brec.org.

15-17 & 19: Juneteenth Cultural & Heritage Celebration. Alexandria, Louisiana

16-17: Tangipahoa Parish Pro Rodeo. Florida Parishes Arena, 1301 NW Central Ave., Amite, Rockin S Rodeo Productions 225-719-3911 or Florida Parishes Arena 985-748-5914 www.floridaparishesarena.com

18: SWLA Juneteenth Music Festival . Heymann Park 1500 South Orange Street Lafayette, LA 70501. 2pm–7pm.

18: Juneteenth Freedom Festival. Galvez Plaza Downtown Baton Rouge, LA, 70801. 222 North Blvd. 3pm.

18: Essence of New Orleans – Mardi Gras Fashion Show & After-Party.  LYCEUM Ballroom, 124 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, 3:30pm, Do-WAP Agency, LLC. http://www.socialife.us or socialife.us@gmail.com

Juneteenth Cupid19: 12th Annual Flag Day Celebration. Baker Municipal Center. 3325 Groom Road. Baker. 3pm. Hosted by Senator Regina Barrow. 225-359-9400

20: Together Baton Rouge Flood Matters Assembly. First United Methodist Church 6:30pm.Elected and appointed officials and citizens affected by the flood will work to galvanize the political will needed to address flood recovery and flood prevention as aggressively as circumstances demand: http://www.togetherbr.org/6-20-2017

24: Mrs. Black West Baton Rouge Competition. The pageant provides educational opportunities to outstanding young women of color and to develop the “whole woman mind, body, and spirit.” Ages 6-25. missblackwestbr@gmail.com 225-302-1732.

24: New Venture Theatre Silent Auction. Arts Council of Baton Rouge 427 Laurel St. Baton Rouge LA, 70801. $15 Presale. $20. www.nvtarts.org. 225-588-7576.

24: Omega Psi Phi Linen and Lace Social.Plaquemine Bayou Waterfront Park 57845 Foundry St, Plaquemine. 7pm. Tickets are $20.

24: Genealogy Gathering. Ascension Parish Courthouse 300 Houmas Street, Donaldsonville 9am-3pm.Gen-Gathering-6_24_17

26: The Mayor’s Office “Meet the Beat”. United Christian Faith Ministries 9229 N Ridgewood Dr, Baton Rouge. 6pm-7:30pm.  http://ucfministries.org/. 225-927-1161

Submit your events to our community calendar by emailing news@thedrumnewspaper.info.

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