Organizing Classes, Drag Shows, The Pedal Pub and More This Week in Baton Rouge


Organizing Classes, Drag Shows, The Pedal Pub and More This Week in Baton Rouge

Conquer Your Clutter Monday

Papers, documents, mail and more are cluttering up your home? Learn how to get organized with a free class at the East Baton Rouge Parish Library this Monday, April 25.

Certified Professional Organizer Alyssa Trosclair will host the event at the EBRPL Main Library. You’ll learn useful tips and tricks for getting rid of clutter and organizing all the important documents you have in your home.

The event takes place from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. You can register here. The East Baton Rouge Parish Library is located at 7711 Goodwood Blvd.

Unwind with a drag show on Wednesday

Head to Red Stick Social this Wednesday, April 27 to see the drag queens strut their stuff in an unforgettable show.

With live singing, dancing and entertainment, you’re sure to have a fabulous Wednesday night. Capture Aariyah Sinclaire, Lady D. Andrews, Amanda Rose Andrews, Roxie Black, Alicia Fierce, Zia Lush and Charai Davenport as they take to the stage and walk around the night away.

The drag show is from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tickets start at $5. You can also purchase champagne buckets at the lounge for $15. Red Stick Social is at 1503 Government St.

Eat, drink and cycle at Spoke & Hub on Thursday

The iconic Pedal Pub, which launched in Baton Rouge late last year, will make an appearance at Spoke & Hub this Thursday, April 28.

This multi-seater bicycle with barrel will be parked in front of the restaurant. Arrive early and find a place to sit at the Pedal Pub while you savor the delicious food from Spoke & Hub’s menu. If you take a picture of yourself on the Pedal Pub and post it to Instagram, you could win a free spot on that special bike.

The Pedal Pub will be at Spoke N Hub from 5-9pm. Spoke & Hub is at 5412 Government St.

Listen to a classic band from the 90s on Friday

Come to the Manship Theater to see alternative rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket this Friday, April 29.

Formed in 1986, this group enjoyed success in the 1990s with hits like “All I Want” and “Walk on the Ocean”. Expect to hear old favorites as well as new music from the band’s latest EPs and recordings.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $45 and can be purchased here. The Manship Theater is at 100 Lafayette St.

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