DETAILS: The club, a local meetup for movie lovers, hosts free film screenings and a roundtable discussion. Popcorn and drinks provided. This month’s film is “The Bicycle Thief,” about a working class man in the post- World War II era whose bicycle is stolen and the lengths he goes to to get it back.
WHAT: Citrus in the Home Garden presentation by the East Baton Rouge Master Gardeners
DETAILS: In addition to citrus, the program will include a discussion of home composting basics. The citrus presentation will cover site and plant selection and advice on caring for a wide variety of citrus trees that are most successful in this area.
WHAT: Foundation for Historical Louisiana’s Heritage Lecture with Genevieve Munson Trimble, author and FHL Preservation Award winner
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14. Reception starts at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Old Governor’s Mansion, 501 North Blvd., Baton Rouge
REGISTER: (225) 387-2464. $10, free to FHL members
DETAILS: Trimble will sign copies of her new book, “Afton Villa: Birth and Rebirth of a Nineteenth Century Louisiana Garden.”
WHAT: CASA Carnival, a fundraiser for Court Appointed Special Advocate
DETAILS: Presented by ElleMarie Brand, the aim of the event is to raise awareness of autism. Proceeds will go to the McMains Children’s Developmental Center and iG.L.A.M. Academy, which provides girls ages 14-18 the opportunity to learn beauty and style techniques.