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BREC's end of month programs and events

Curtis Macken

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Baton Rouge, LA – Check out the programs and events below and save the dates to wrap up August month by attending lively programs and events with The Recreation and Park Commission for the Parish of East Baton Rouge or BREC.

1. Nature Night Hike and Campfire

Sign up for a night hike and campfire where you can explore local ecology and nocturnal animals and activities and games on Friday, August 27 starts at 9 PM. Come out and enjoy this fun way to get the family out of the house after a long day of work. Spaces are limited and preregistration is required. Children under the age of 16 must be registered and accompanied by an adult.

2. Kick, Throw and Go Skills Challenge

Take your kids to the Football Development Model's Kick, Throw, & Go Skills Challenge on August 28 at Memorial Stadium. Kids can show off their skills while also creating space for social distancing. Perform to the best of their abilities at six different skill stations: passing distance, passing accuracy, speed, agility, punting accuracy, and kicking distance using their arms, legs, bodies, and minds.

3. Adult 7V7 Flag Football Tournament

BREC Athletics is holding its annual 7v7 Adult Flag Football Tournament on August 28 – August 27 at Kathy Drive Park. Individuals are unrivaled when it comes to good times and a competitive environment.

4. 10 and Under Tennis Tournament

Register your child to join tennis tournament at Highland Road Community Park Tennis Center, on Saturday August 28. This tournament is a singles round robin format with boys and girls divisions for ages 10 and younger. Snacks and prizes are provided for all players. Out-of-parish registrations will be subject to a 20% surcharge.

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