Baton Rouge, LA – Here is what is happening in the Capital City this Saturday, November 8, 2014. Maybe you or your family is looking for something to do. Maybe you just want to get out and about and enjoy the weather. Here are some ideas of places to go, people to see, things to do in Baton Rouge.
8:00 am – The Red Stick Farmer’s Market! in downtown Baton Rouge is alive and well. Find the freshest foods in an open market from local farmers and growers. More: http://redstickfarmersmarket.org/main/
10:00 am – Art in the City Weekend is featuring fiber artist of all varieties. Everything from cross stitch to jewelry, quilting to embroidery, weaving to basket making, it is all here. Located in the Plaqmine Historic District. More: http://www.plaquemine.org/
10:00 am – Deep South Stock Horse Show Association Open Horse Show at BREC Shady Park in Greenwell Springs/Central. Showmanship class starts first followed by Trail and Western Pleasure. More: http://www.dsshsa.org/
10:00 am – Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of American Landscape Paintings begins showing for the first time today at the West Baton Rouge Museum. More: http://westbatonrougemuseum.org/
6:00 pm – Southern University Football vs. Texas Southern Tigers College Football at the A W Mumford Stadium. Enjoy the game. Visit here for tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1B004C87E0EFB77C?REFERRAL_ID=tmfeedbuyat177947&wt.mc_id=aff_BUYAT_177947&camefrom=CFC_BUYAT_177947
7:00 pm – Alabama Crimson Tide at LSU Tigers Football at LSU Tiger Stadium. The big rivalry game is today. Visit here for tickets: https://seatgeek.com/alabama-crimson-tide-at-lsu-tigers-football-tickets/ncaa-football/2014-11-08-7-pm/1900260/
Don’t forget all of the other things you can do in Baton Rouge this Saturday like eating at your favorite restaurant or taking a walk around one of the LSU lakes. A walk downtown by the state capital may let you see a replica of the Liberty Bell or a trip to the top of the capital building will give you a breathtaking view of our city before 4:30 pm closing time.
by Kevin A. Woolsey, Baton Rouge 360.