Monday, January 23
Restaurant Week | City Slice Pints and Pizza
To kick off Restaurant Week in Baton Rouge, City Slice is offering three-course meals for $25 per person. Choose from a range of menu items included in specials.
This deal will run until January 27, 2023 from 11am-10pm at 124 W. Chimes St. Take advantage of this deal while it lasts.
Tuesday, January 24
First-Time Climbers | Student Recreation Center
Looking for a way to be active and meet like-minded people? Well, this Tuesday the LSU Recreation Complex is hosting an event from 6pm to 7pm for people who want to get into rock climbing but aren’t sure how to get started.
This event is free to LSU students. Located on Gourrier Avenue in the climbing area of the Student Recreation Center. This event is a great way to get back active on campus.
For more information, visit First Time Climbers – Louisiana State University (lsu.edu).
Wednesday, January 25
Shut up and sing!Karaoke | Live in Chelsea
Every Wednesday night from 8pm to 2am there is an evening of fun on the Chelsea scene. The event, located at 1010 Nicholson Drive, was a fun evening.
It’s free from 8pm to 9pm, and only five yuan after that.
To see if they have your song, visit karafun.com and enjoy a night of singing and drink specials.
Thursday, January 26
Movie Night: Parasite | LSU Libraries
Screening of “Parasite” at LSU Library, 100 Tower Drive, Room 109, 7-9:30 p.m.
The film is rated R for language, violence and sexual content. Therefore, it is recommended not to bring young children or people who are sensitive to such content.
The event is free, but registration is required. To register and learn more, visit tigerlink.lsu.com.
Friday, January 27
Hanxiang Festival | LSU’s Auditorium
For classical music lovers on campus, this event is sure to be memorable. This concert delves into the African American and Korean diaspora through music.
The event will be held at the LSU School of Music Recital Hall at 254 W Chimes St. Professors and special guests will perform.
This event runs from 7:30pm to 9:30pm and is open to all. Seats must be reserved in advance and are limited. The event is free. Go to eventbrite.com for tickets.
Saturday, January 28
Arbor Day at Burden | Burden Museum and Gardens
After a week of delays, the event is finally ready for the public. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., people can learn how to preserve Baton Rouge Japanese soil trees.
At 4560 Essen Lane, the event is hosted by the LSU AgCenter and Baton Rouge Green. It’s free to the public and has a lot going on. From shopping to tree climbing to meeting Smokey the Bear, this activity is perfect for family fun.
You’ll also have the opportunity to plant your own tree at Burden Woods and follow its growth after the event. There is a limit of one tree per household, and there are only 700 trees available for planting.
Sunday, January 29
Pedal Pub Party Bike Tour | Pedal Pub Baton Rouge
This event is a great way to see the city and have a good time. For $42 per seat, anyone 21 or older can drink and enjoy a one-and-a-half to two-hour tour of the site.
This event is held every Thursday to Sunday.
Each bike can accommodate up to 16 people. So gather your group and head to 436 Government St. for a good time.
Reservations are required. To secure a seat and learn more details, visit pedalpub.com.