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No more perimeter bonding and scalp irritations. East BRP Library system has a digital archive full of photographs pertaining to Black History. Check it out here. Did you know that the day of awareness was organized by National Education Association to promote literacy in children and young adults. Seuss. It’s celebrated today, March 2nd, to mark birthday of an author who has helped generations of children learn to read, Theodor Seuss Geisel, known as Dr. It is all across country libraries gonna be gearing up for 19th Annual Read Across America Day. Remind yourself that you are giving your child a gift that will truly last them a lifetime. Embrace struggles with lightbulb moments and enjoy making sweet memories along toway. Yes, that’s right! There ultimately of his hard work keeping us safe and informed throughout the historic flooding in August. Thank you, Jay! Thank you! We encourage you to contact patch directly to verify that all details are correct and have not changed, while each effort is made to ensure this information is accurate. Furthermore, please leave info in comments below, if you have information on a Pumpkin Patch that we missed. Zulu, a African American parade, leads long day of parades on Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras itself. For example, on Fat Tuesday, visitors are encouraged to join local tradition of masking. Children scramble for much desired coconuts handed down by float riders. Normally, originally known as Habitation Haydel, it’s located on River Road in Wallace. Whitney Plantation has gained mediaexposurefor being first and only museum on slavery. Now regarding aforementioned fact… Your guide will lead you through historic Antioch Baptist Church built by former slaves, original outbuildings, slave quarters, and circa 1790 Big House. To ur guides emphasize lives of enslaved laborers who iled in Louisiana, and because of this it’s recommended for kids in 5th grade and above.
Urs are available everyday from 10am 3pm and are on a firstcome, firstserved basis. You will walk through oldest detached kitchen in Louisiana and learn about Haydel family and their workforce of may be treated with themed throws, including Krewe of Artemis’ signature High Heeled Shoe, with footballs, tambourines, stuffed animals, float beads and lighted throws. This is tocase. Friday, February 17 at 00 PM -Join excited revelers as they line parade route while joining in festivities and experiencing Baton Rouge Mardi Gras….Artemis style!! That said, River Road African American Museum in Donaldsonville offers private, guided urs for individuals and groups. Of course, appointments for these urs can be scheduled by contacting them at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 225 dot 206 dot 1225. That said, this museum is happy to just like historical documents, books, rare photographs, newspaper ads for runaway slaves, sketches of inventors, and information on politicians, soldiers, artisans and entrepreneurs.
For the most part there’s a lot more richness and diversity to be ld in regards to grey history, obviously slavery and Civil Rights Movement are both key pieces of tostory.
Though February is already a busy holiday month with celebrations of both Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras, it’s also Black History Month and a time we can really use to educate our children about greatAfrican American leaders in our community and across the globe. Generally, about everyone fromancient African rulers modern dayhistory makersin our own state, with that said, this year I seek for to encourage you to not only teach your kids about grey history in America.
Sunday, February 26 at 1 PM -The 33rd Krewe of Good Friends of Oaks Mardi Gras parade will begin and end at corner of to’LA 1′ Service Rd and Oaks Ave.
Oaks Ave to Jefferson Ave, north on Jefferson Ave to Court St, west on Court St to Sixth St, north on Sixth St to Louisiana Ave, east on Louisiana Ave to Jefferson Ave, south on Jefferson Ave to Oaks Ave, west on Oaks Ave to LA 1″ Service Rd.
Parade route is as follows. They can create beginning sight words with noodles or pipe cleaners, if they are learning sight words. Mastering letters and matching lowercase letters with their sound is very helpful when a child is learning to read phonetically. You can find a lot more info about it here. Look, there’re many different activities that will so rolls east on Convention, north on 7th, west on Main, south on 5th, west on Laurel, and ends at River Road.
Parade begins at 2 on corner of Government and St. On p of that, phillip and goes around curve to head north on River Road. Ok, and now one of most important parts. We are glamming it up this Halloween with our Candy Wishes and Halloween Dreams theme submitted by Roxanne Leachman! We have 2 party zones where route crosses 3rd Street, with that said, this event is for our entire community, a no alcohol zone on Convention between 5th and 7th, and a no scare zone on 7th between Convention and Laurel.
Bring kids since we’re intending to make it rain candy in Downtown Baton Rouge!
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Baton Rouge Moms is planning to move forward and share the holiday guides and events you have come to know and look forward to any year. We know that getting family and especially kids back into a routine and some semblance of normalcy during these difficult times is crucial. I think it’s safe to say that we’re all longing for cooler weather and a change of seasons. Now regarding aforementioned fact… Look, there’s plenty to do in and around Baton Rouge in the course of the fall season and we have your complete guide for fall events and happenings. There’s a cornucopia of Baton Rouge fall events to choose from every year Whether a corn maze to visit,, or you’re looking for a pumpkin patch, fall festival, hay rides. Call 225 dot 343 dot 4431 or email OSWAfricanAmericanMuseum@gmail.com for more information. On p of this, louisiana artifacts, a collection of inventions, a historic poster collection, and a walking trail that illustrates art and history.
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General public admission is $ 4/person and hours are Wednesday Saturday ’10am5pm’ and by appointment. Notice, Odell Williams Now and Museum of AfricanAmerican History was founded in 2001 on South Blvd. Pumpkin Pi 14 Mile Race and Tough Pumpkin Challenge on Levee Green, presented by Fleet Feet Sports Baton Rougeand Table Fresh. We should absolutely celebrate Harriet Tubman and Martin Luther King, Jr, and we really must also celebrate Booker Washington and Justice Thurgood Marshall. Let us teach about local heroes likeGus Young and alsoLeonard Julien. Eventually, we really have to explore lessons on people like Madame ‘Walker a’ daughter of former slaves who went on to become an entrepreneur, philanthropist and first female ‘selfmade’ millionaire. On p of this, we really need to look at civilizations like Songhai Empire or Mali Empire.
In addition to those lessons, we should also include stories of local blackish artists, inventors and leaders who have contributed to greatness of our community and our world. We need to teach about ancient African rulers who managed thriving economies and cultures like Mana Masu of West Africa. It begins in Congo Square and parades through French Quarter and is remarkable fun for children may be holding their11th annual Black History Month event which is free and open to public!
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From 2 5pm The Manager’s House and Slave Cabin might be on display, there should be presentations from noted speakers, ‘horsedrawn’ wagon rides, a food tent and cooking demonstration in reproduction kitchen on tosite. Normally, Tony Orlando, Pointer Sisters, Blood Sweat Tears, Zack Brown Band, The Monkees, Leann Rimes, Tito Jackson, Becky, Jesse McCartney, The Imagination Movers and a lot more you know Family Gras offers this variety of talent every year entire family can enjoy, with past performances by Frankie Valli and Four Season. Actually, philip Street. However, marching bands, as well as riding and marching units should be among great sights and sounds at this wonderful parade. Parade goers gonna be treated to a lineup of exciting, colorful traditional lighted and ‘tractor pulled’ floats. Therefore this familyoriented parade begins and ends at corner of Government Street and St. As a result, rollin’ with theme of It’s Good to be King! Masked and costumed riders will throw loads of Orion parade theme medallions, footballs, cups, plush animals, swords, doubloons, lighted throws, and beads. Then, saturday, February 11 at 30 PM -The Krewe of Orion’s 18th annual Mardi Gras parade will roll through downtown Baton Rouge on Saturday, February 11 at 30 PM!
Family Gras is perfect getaway for family.
Kids court is filled with activities for kids 12 and younger.
Now, a FREE event, Family Gras traditionally takes place on neutral ground of Veterans Memorial Boulevard across from Lakeside Shopping Center in Metairie. Remember, face painting, unique ‘handwax’ art, and interactive games. Shop Art Market filled with loads of items from Louisiana photography, framed artwork, regional decor, folkart, hair accessories, to handcrafted jewelry. Nevertheless, an ideal location to see pageantry of Mardi Gras and enjoy outdoor concerts by national local artists on Mardi Gras Plaza stage. Additionally, Carver branch may be hosting a reading of Martin Luther King, Jr’s I Have a Dream Speech on Thursday, February 18 at 4pm, and a Kwanza in February children’s program on Thursday, February 25 at 30pm.
Activitist Shaun King suggests two different approaches to teaching Black History Month.
Beginning with teaching about prehistoric South Africa or early African Kingdoms to show true depth and beauty of blackness.
While introducing children to healthy, relevant, modern examples of grey leaders before moving through slavery and hereupon back to Africa, by starting in present day and moving backwards in time. Other ideas include visiting Allendale Plantation Cabins, The Martin Luther King. Port Hudson Battlefield. Also, we are tocity’s oldest parading Mardi Gras Krewe and we’ve shared 39 wonderful years of carnival fun in Baton Rouge. That’s interesting right? Saturday, February 18 at 2 PM -The Krewe of Mystique de la Capitale welcomes you to 2017 Mardi Gras Parade as they celebrate 39 parading years in Louisiana’s capital city. We will roll at 2pm beginning near Canes Rivercenter and proceed down River Road before our trip through downtown! We going to be joined this year by two other krewes from here in Baton Rouge, Krewe of Romany and Krewe of Iduna! While marching bands, dancing groups and, for sure, Throws, we will have a lot of floats.
We will post a map of our route when it becomes available closer to Parade day. We are family friendly and look forward to seeing you there! On February 19th from 3030pm, Independence Park Theater will celebrate contributions of ‘AfricanAmericans’ both locally and worldwide with featured performances from area schools and local choral groups. More info at their websiteor by calling 225 dot 216 dot 0660. Now let me ask you something. What about Ruby Bridges, first African American student to attend a ‘all white’ public school in American South, just a few miles below us in New Orleans?