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Around the World with the Baton Rouge Symphony League


 

Travel around the world with the Baton Rouge Symphony League at this year’s Mad Hatters’ event. This luncheon, fashion show, and silent auction is your passport to symphony adventure. Local boutiques, businesses, and artists will be coming together for this annual Baton Rouge tradition, all for a great cause. Join in on the fun on Thursday, March 19 at the Renaissance Hotel, 7000 Bluebonnet Boulevard, from 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. 

You can even enter exciting raffles while you celebrate, one of which includes a gorgeous diamond and sapphire ring, valued at $3,800 and donated by Lee Michaels. Tickets can be purchased for the raffles and seating/tables through the online website.

 

This year, the Baton Rouge Symphony League is celebrating its 71st year of serving the community by supporting the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra (BRSO). Year after year, the BRSO brings the best of the world’s most talented artists to our city’s stages and inspires a new generation of young artists across our community. 

Through this partnership, the Baton Rouge Symphony League helps fill a great need for continued arts education and outreach to the young people of Baton Rouge. The League hosts an annual Culture Camp for the Boys & Girls Club, supports the Louisiana Youth Orchestra, and participates in many coordinated activities in the arts community. All of this is possible thanks to the generous support of the citizens and businesses of Baton Rouge. 

For more information, visit http://charityauction.bid/MadHatters2020.

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21 Feb 2020


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