Fun Things to do in April…
April is finally here and although the weather has been Kool the promise of Spring is in the air. Just for fun we at Kool AC decided to put together a list of a few up coming events, in and around our area. It’s time to get out and shake off these winter blues once and for all y’all! Take a look at a few of our favorites …
Every April, Baton Rouge Gallery opens its doors for its annual REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE Juried High School Exhibition, sponsored by Cordell & Ava Haymon. The 2019 exhibition will be presented at BRG April 2 – 25 with a First Wednesday Opening Reception scheduled for April 3 (6-9 p.m.). If you would like to see this wonderful art work for yourself, you can find more details by clicking here.
Trooper’s Fest: A benefit to support LSTA Troop A Affiliate
4 person team Crawfish Cook off and Live Music All Day!
To find the Crawfish Cook Off Team Form and Sponsorship Form click here
Adults $20 includes admission + 3lb crawfish
Children $15 includes admission + hamburger or hotdog + Kids Village
Gates open at: 10am.
Crawfish Team Judging to begin at 11am
Additional Crawfish 3lbs $15
Hot Dogs $2
No outside food/drinks allowed. No pets, no coolers
April 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th
Chill out on a weeknight at “Wednesday at the Square” for FREE April 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th. Right in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District, throughout the month of April you will find this free music series. Proceeds from food and drink sales benefit the Young Leadership Council’s community service projects, designed not only to improve the quality of life in the Greater New Orleans area but also to foster leadership skills in young professionals. The musicians scheduled for the month of April include Irma Thomas with Johnny Sansone, Eric Lindell with Deltaphonic, Kermit Ruffins with Space & Harmony, and Marc Broussard with The Iceman Special. The concert series, which runs from 5-8 p.m., is free, but vendor booths offer food, drinks, and art for sale. Wednesday at the Square is a popular way for locals to unwind after a day at the office and for tourists to get acquainted with some of the city’s many beloved musicians. Check out all the details here: YLC Wednesday at the Square
The Baton Rouge Blues Festival is one of the oldest blues festivals in America. The free-to-the-public, family-friendly festival will feature internationally-recognized performers and local blues legends alike, including Mavis Staples, Kenny Neal & the Neal.Visitors and locals alike are encouraged to further their Baton Rouge blues experience beyond the festival at hangouts like Phil Brady’s (with the longest-running 21-year Thursday night blues jam around) and the inimitable Teddy’s Juke Joint. For more information or to get your tickets go to:
We all live on this earth, and we all should learn what we can do to preserve and protect our environment. The City of Baton Rouge is the biggest sponsor of Louisiana Earth Day, one of the nation’s largest environmental festivals. This year’s event will take place in Baton Rouge on Sunday, April 28, 2019, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM at Louisiana State University’s Parker Coliseum. Various activities provided by over sixty exhibitors will offer fun for all ages and live entertainment will be provided on several stages. Young and old alike can experience creative exhibits and activities. Come and enjoy South Louisiana food, music and activities for children and adults.
Children will enjoy Earth for Children, which provides hands-on activities for children of all ages. Visit a Native American tee pee and learn about animals and their habitats. Children will have their own entertainment stage in this part of the program.
Earth Day 2019 is continuing the Louisiana Pledge. Take the pledge and learn what we all can do to protect our environment with our collective impact.
Check Louisiana Earth Day for the upcoming schedule.
Here’s hoping you all have a wonderful April and find something KOOL to do! While your out having fun, don’t forget to get your AC maintenance work done. Be ready for those changing temps. Summer is on its way so call us today #(225) 328-1141