THURSDAY

  • COMPUTER LITERACY PROGRAM CLASSES: 1 p.m., Mirror of Grace Outreach, 921 N. Lobdell Blvd. Teaching on Internet usage and various components available. Program provides computer software application training to assist each individual in obtaining and developing the understanding and computer skills to meet the needs of today. Students who attend all classes will receive a certificate of completion.
  • HENRY TURNER JR.’S LISTENING ROOM: 8 p.m., Belle of Baton Rouge Casino and Hotel, 102 France St.

FRIDAY

  • TOPS CHAPTER LA. 0312: 10 a.m., South Baton Rouge Church of Christ, 8725 Jefferson Highway.

SATURDAY

  • GIANT INFLATABLE COLON IN BATON ROUGE: 7:30 a.m., Pennington Biomedical Research Center, 6400 Perkins Road. Colon Cancer Alliance has embarked on the 2016 Big Colon Tour, a nationwide educational tour featuring a giant inflatable colon sponsored by Bayer. The tour pulls into Pennington Biomedical Research Center for the Get Your Rear In Gear Run/Walk event. Visit ccalliance.org.
  • RED WIG WALK 2016: 9:30 a.m., downtown riverfront, South River Road. The third year of the annual Red Wig Walk. The walk raises awareness for HIV prevention, treatment and support services in the Baton Rouge area. The walk is in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge, with the gathering point being on the downtown riverfront. The day’s activities include presentations, health screenings, health talks, music, food, fun and other activities.
  • DERBY DAY: 3 p.m., Farr Park. Visit www.brec.org/derbyday. Come out and watch the 142nd annual Kentucky Derby live on the big screen in the arena at Farr Park.
  • KIDS’ ORCHESTRA HONORS CONCERT: 4 p.m., McKinley Middle Academic Magnet, 1550 Eddie Robinson Sr. Drive.
  • NUTTIN BUT BULL CHALLENGE: 7:30 p.m., John M. Parker Coliseum, LSU Campus.

SUNDAY

  • COMPLINE AT ST. JAMES: 7 p.m., St. James Episcopal Church of Baton Rouge, 205 N. Fourth St. From the ancient monastic practice of ending the day in prayer and praise of God, this service features a small group of singers leading prayers and chants.

MONDAY

  • DULCIMER CLASS BEYOND BEGINNER: 6 p.m., Community Bible Church, 8354 Jefferson Highway. Call Pat Murphy at (225) 926-4139 or Helen Bankston at (225) 753-7917.
  • DULCIMER CLASS BEGINNER: 6:30 p.m., Community Bible Church, 8354 Jefferson Highway. This class will take one from the basic knowledge of how the mountain dulcimer works through several simple mountain fiddle tunes. It is sponsored by the Lagnaippe Dulcimer Society. Loaner dulcimers will be available for use. Contact Bonnie Guelfo at (225) 343-9797 or Helen Bankston at (225) 753-7917.

TUESDAY

  • COMPUTER LITERACY PROGRAM CLASSES: 1 p.m., Mirror of Grace Outreach, 921 N. Lobdell Blvd., Suite E. Teaching on Internet usage and various components available. Program provides computer software application training to assist each individual in obtaining and developing the understanding and computer skills to meet the needs of today. Students who attend all classes will receive a certificate of completion.
  • POLK KIDS’ ORCHESTRA NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT: 5:30 p.m., Polk Elementary, 408 E. Polk St.
  • ECLECTIC TRUTH POETRY SLAM AND OPEN MIC: 7:30 p.m., Arts Council of Baton Rouge, 437 Laurel St.

WEDNESDAY

  • LUNCHTIME LAGNIAPPE! THE FRESCOES OF CONRAD ALBRIZIO: Noon, Capitol Park Museum, 660 N. Fourth St. New York-born artist Conrad Albrizio lived in the South for over 50 years working in various media, including oil, fresco and mosaic. In her new book, “The Frescoes of Conrad Albrizio,” Carolyn Bercier documents the many frescoes Albrizio created from the 1930s through the 1950s. Lunchtime Lagniappe will highlight some of these art works and will focus on one of the most monumental programs of Albrizio’s career, the frescoes of the New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal.

MAY 12

  • ST. JAMES KIDS’ ORCHESTRA NEIGHBORHOOD CONCERT: 5:30 p.m., St. James Episcopal Day School, 205 N. Fourth St.