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Golden Anniversary: Treasures from the Collection
Golden Anniversary: Treasures from the Collection
Oct 28 all-day
In honor of the West Baton Rouge Museum’s 50th Anniversary, the West Baton Rouge Historical Association is opening the vault to display objects from our collection that document the rich cultural history of our parish.

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Oct 28 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Oct 29 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Oct 30 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Oct 31 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Nov 1 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Nov 2 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Malaika Favorite: Washboard City
Nov 3 all-day
Louisiana folk artist Malaika Favorite is known for her creative interpretations of history. In her latest series, Washboard City, scrub-boards are used as a symbol of the hard work, discipline, and determination of black women

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Picturing Nam
Picturing Nam
Nov 3 all-day
This exhibit, curated by the National Archives, features some of the hundreds of thousands of photographs that military photographers stationed in Vietnam took to document American Armed Forces activities.
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1:00 pm Le Café Français
Le Café Français
Nov 2 @ 1:00 pm
Gather with West Baton Rouge Museum Staffers and other members of the Francophone community around the coffee pot for conversations in French, Cajun French, or Creole.  First Friday of every month at 1:00 p.m.
10:00 am Book Club – Picturing Nam
Book Club – Picturing Nam
Nov 3 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Presented jointly with the West Baton Rouge Parish Library to accompany the Picturing Nam exhibit, this book club will cover The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien, Everything We Had by Al Santoli, and Nam

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