Red Stick Moms Need to Know :: Baton Rouge Activities in January 2021

Happy New Year! Make new memories, or try something new, this January with these fun activities. We have featured our favorite family-friendly events in and around Baton Rouge this month here in the monthly guide sponsored by Children’s Hospital.

Red Stick Mom maintains a full calendar of events here. If you have a great family-friendly Baton Rouge event to add, please do that here.

Red Stick Moms Need to Know :: Baton Rouge Activities in January 2021

Penguin Painting (Grab & Geaux)
River Center Library Branch
Paint a cute penguin on a snowy landscape for winter! Pick up a grab and geaux kit at the River Center Branch Library starting 1/21, while supplies last.
Arbor Day at Burden
LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens
9:00 am
Be an arborist for a day! Scale a Louisiana live oak, meet Smokey the Bear, enjoy a scavenger hunt, and more! Your family can learn about native trees, plant a tree and watch your tree grow for genera...
Woods Walk: Kendalwood
BREC Kendalwood Road Park
9:30 am
Satisfy your curiosity about the trees you see at BREC Parks and your wonder about the animals that call BREC Conservation Areas home. Join a BREC Naturalist for on the Woods Walk Hiking Series and pi...
Yoga On The Lawn
Tin Roof Brewing Co.
Every Wednesday at Tin Roof we offer a free yoga class on the lawn, courtesy of Leela Yoga Lifestyle Studio! This is a great way for us to introduce our craft beer to Baton Rouge residents and visitor...
Capital Area Open Horse Show
LSU Parker Coliseum
7:30 am
2021 Capital Area Open Horse Show will be January 30th and 31st at Parker Coliseum.
Jenny is originally from Kenner, LA, and considers herself a New Orleans girl at heart. She moved to Pineville in 2004 to attend college where she met her funny and always entertaining husband Brandon. Together they relocated to Baton Rouge almost 10 years ago and married in 2008. They added their joyful daughter Salem to the crew in April 2014, blue-eyed son Declan in July 2015, and baby Liesel in 2019 and now live in Zachary. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication/Journalism from LSU and has previously done some freelance writing. She now works full-time for the State of Louisiana. She and her family enjoy spending time together, making each other laugh and being a part of their church community. She loves wandering around Target, drinking coffee, watching HGTV, having people over and making any kind of craft.


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