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10 and Under Tennis Tournament

This tournament features a singles round robin format with boys and girls divisions: ages 8 and younger on a 36-ft. court with 23-inch racquets; ages 10 and younger on a 60-ft. court with 25-inch racquets. Free snacks and awards for players. Tournament Director: Jeremiah Casson

Advanced Beginner Adult Tennis Clinic

A four-week program for adults who want to fine tune their game.

Apollo (First Module)

The Overview & Expansion Group delves into the Apollo Missions (from 1 to 11) with computer comparisons, games, quizzes, videos and constructions.

Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Party

As our country prepares to return Americans to the Moon—and then on to Mars—we celebrate the climax of the program that crossed a threshold for mankind.

Archery 101

Want to explore archery? Then join us for this one-day introduction class to the skills of archery. Come enjoy the fun that comes with shooting a bow and arrow, and let us help you get on target! We welcome both adults and youth. BREC will provide all equipment necessary.

Archery Academy

Archery Academy will provide you with basic archery instruction, educate participants on common archery equipment, and safe archery practices. We spend lots of time shooting with plenty of opportunity to practice your new found archery skills. We meet once a week for four weeks to review and practice skills, ending in an explosive conclusion! Both youth and adults are welcome. All equipment is provided.

ARRL Field Day

The Baton Rouge Amateur Radio Club returns to teach you the joys and importance of ham radio in communication and emergency situations, how to send your name in Morse code, and how to obtain your own transmitting license in this great hobby that is over 100 years old!

Art Imagination

Participants will create arts and crafts projects after receiving inspiration from reading and/or hearing an illustrated story from a book, movie, poster or other medium.

Art Stars Dance Program

This program focuses on performance enrichment that is dedicated to promoting self-awareness, creative expression, imagination, teamwork and basic body/health awareness

Art Unleashed

BREC Art is going to the dogs with its wild return of Art in the Park. This event will include live music, live art, delicious food, cold beer and crafts of all kinds for adults, kids and of course dogs. Bring your four-legged friend and family to a Sunday afternoon celebrating our two favorite things: art and dogs! BREC Art’s return to Art in the Park will raise awareness for local dog shelters and adoption agencies as well as an appreciation for local art and BREC’s community parks. The event will be located in BREC’s beautiful City Park under the oaks and in the Cane’s dog park. There might even be a doggie costume contest so, save the date for May 19 and this exciting, upcoming BREC event!

Artistic Gymnastics

Participants will learn advanced levels of gymnastic skills through a series of organized drills and strength programs.

Asteroid Day

The Baton Rouge Astronomical Society brought this event to Baton Rouge for the first time last year. Heartened by the response received by patrons interested in impact consequences and prepping for (but hopefully averting) such an emergency, it returns with more demonstrations and delights.

Astronomy Lecture Series

For over 20 years, this program has given patrons histories and possible futures. Skygazing tips, physics phenomena, space programs and famous events are covered.

Ballet, Tap and Jazz: Highland

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Ballet, Tap and Jazz: Independence

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Ballet, Tap and Jazz: Perkins

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Ballet, Tap, and Jazz: Cedar Ridge

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Ballet, Tap, and Jazz: Drusilla

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Ballroom Dance

Participants will learn dance movements in a variety of partner dancing styles.

Baton Rouge Amateur Radio Club Meeting

The original “social medium” is over 100 years old, and open to all ages due to our country’s licensing laws. Anyone interested in learning more about BRARC is invited to attend.

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