Sunday, April 27, 2014
Downtown Baton Rouge
Noon – 8:30 PM
(Children’s & Education Activities close at 5 PM)
The CPRA is proud to participate in Louisiana Earth Day. Join us this Sunday, April 27 for a fun-filled day of great food, free exhibits, live music, and hands-on activities for all ages.
Look for the CPRA at the Wetlands Tent — number 11 on the map — located across from Vegan Village at the corner of North Blvd. and North 5th Street. We’ll be on-site until 5 PM.
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