Holiday towns, wine tastings and much more

Holiday towns, wine tastings and much more

Things to do this weekend in Baton Rouge: Holiday villages, wine tastings and more

Get expert wine advice at Alexander’s Highland Market on Thursday

Lift up your holiday party with the perfect wine pairings. Taste more than 100 wines at Alexander’s Highland Market on Thursday, December 9th.

Try wines and get advice on what to take home for your holiday parties. There will also be stations where you can try hors d’oeuvres and other things from Alexander’s holiday catering menu. Enjoy discounts throughout the store for use on items for your holiday dinners.

The holiday wine tasting event is from kl. 17-20. Alexander’s Highland Market is at 18111 Highland Market Drive. Find out more here.

Enjoy a festive musical review with Playmakers of Baton Rouge this weekend

Join the Playmakers of Baton Rouge on Friday, December 10, when it returns to the Reilly Theater for its musical review Home for vacation.

This show will feature classic Christmas songs and iconic moments from previous productions. Come out and sing along to your favorite Christmas songs.

Home for vacation will be at 19.00 Friday 10 December; and 14.00 on 11 and 12 December. Performances will also take place next weekend. Tickets cost $ 20 for adults and $ 15 for children ages 12 and under. Go over to Playmakers of Baton Rouge’s website for more information, playing times and tickets. The Reilly Theater is located at 10 Tower Drive.

Experience a winter wonderland with East Baton Rouge Parish Schools on Friday

East Baton Rouge Parish Schools’ visual arts department presents its “Winter Wonderland” event this Friday, December 10th.

EBR Schools joins BREC in an evening that will get you in the holiday mood. Bring the whole family to enjoy a craft village, festive performances, food and hot chocolate. There will even be train rides through the BREC Botanical Gardens. End your evening by watching a Christmas ballet production at the BREC Independence Park Theater.

This event is free to the public. The ballet performance will have an admission fee of $ 5, which can be waived if you bring a toy or can to donate. The fun starts at 17.30 with the ballet starting at. 19. For more information go to EBR Schools’ website. BREC’s Independence Park Theater is located at 7800 Independence Blvd.

Watch a festive movie with the family at Manship Theater Sunday

This Sunday, December 12, the Manship Theater has a special screening of the 2018 version of Grinchen.

Get the family together to enjoy the modern take on this classic Christmas story. Watch the Grinch and his efforts to steal Christmas from Whoville. This animated Christmas comedy is suitable for all members of the family, and makes sure to get everyone in a festive holiday mood.

The display of Grinchen will be at 14. Tickets cost $ 9.50 and can be purchased here. Manship Theater is here: 100 Lafayette St.

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