ART AFTER HOURS: 5:30 P.M., LOUISIANA ART & SCIENCE MUSEUM, 100 S. RIVER ROAD. OUTDOOR PUBLIC ART IS OFTEN CAST IN BRONZE USING WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE LOST-WAX PROCESS. BRAD BOURGOYNE, WHOSE ARTWORK IS ON VIEW IN THE SOUPÇON GALLERY AS PART OF FROM CLAY TO BRONZE REVISITED, WILL DISCUSS THIS AGE-OLD CASTING METHOD AND THE POSSIBILITIES OFFERED BY INCORPORATING 3D COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WITH THIS PRACTICE. COMPLIMENTARY WINE AND HORS D’OEUVRES WITH ADMISSION. VISIT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/EVENTS/846703172062112
GRIEFSHARE: 6 P.M., GRIEF RECOVERY CENTER, 4939 JAMESTOWN AVE., BATON ROUGE. A 13-WEEK GRIEF SUPPORT/SEMINAR PROGRAM OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BATON ROUGE. OPEN TO ANYONE WHO HAS EXPERIENCED LOSS THROUGH DEATH OF SOMEONE CLOSE. FREE. (225) 768-8863
SEED BEAD CLASS: 6 p.m., Cajun Bead Crafts, 4733 Jones Creek Road, Suite H, Baton Rouge. Seating is limited. RSVP by calling (225) 223-6573.
NATIONAL STUTTERING ASSOCIATION MONTHLY CHAPTER MEETING: 7 p.m., East Baton Rouge Parish Library, Main Branch, 7711 Goodwood Blvd. The National Stuttering Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing hope and empowerment to children and adults who stutter, their families and professionals, through support, education, advocacy and research.
MEXICO IN NEW ORLEANS: LSU Museum of Art, 100 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge. The LSU Museum of Art presents “Mexico in New Orleans: A Tale of Two Americas.” Visit LSUMOA.org/Mexico.
ZUMBA: 5 p.m., Perkins Road Community Park, 7122 Perkins Road. Call (225) 766-5209.
HOT ART, COOL NIGHTS AT THE MID CITY ART HOP: 6 p.m.. Baton Rouge. Businesses that have made past Mid City Merchants’ art hops a success will be back like Elizabethan Gallery, Caffery Gallery, Brew Ha Ha, Circa 1857, Sabai Jewelry Gallery, and many more listed on www.midcitymerchants.com.
RED STICK FARMER’S MARKET: 8 a.m., 501 Main Street. The Red Stick Farmers Market is a producer-only market with over 50 vendors that has been in operation for nearly 10 years. Open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. Visit www.downtownbatonrouge.org/playFestivals.asp.
BATON ROUGE CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN: 10 a.m., Goodwood Library, 7711 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge. Free. NOW Baton Rouge is the local chapter of the National Organization for Women. Visit email@example.com/events/1574505119458367
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH CELEBRATION: 10 a.m., Dr. Leo S. Butler Community Center, 950 E. Washington St. $20
HOME RUNS FOR HABITAT: 10:30 a.m., Perkins Road Community Park. Free. The Habitat Young Professionals committee of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge will hold its first Home Runs for Habitat kickball tournament. This fundraising tournament will include kickball games, a food truck and an after-party for all participants. We still have openings for teams and sponsors. Email HYP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MOTHER’S DAY TEA: 11 a.m., St. Paul Lutheran Church, 2021 Tara Blvd. $17. Call (225) 766-0340 to make reservations.
KIDS’ ORCHESTRA CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA SPRING CONCERT: 4 P.M., CHRISTIAN LIFE ACADEMY, 2037 QUAIL DRIVE. THE FOURTH ANNUAL KIDS’ ORCHESTRA SPRING CONCERT FEATURING OUR KIDS’ ORCHESTRA CHOIR AND HONORS ORCHESTRAS.
LUNCH-N-LEARN: NOON, ALZHEIMER’S SERVICES OF THE CAPITAL AREA, 3772 NORTH BLVD., THE SESSION IS FREE AND INCLUDES A LIGHT LUNCH. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. CALL (225) 334-7494.
ZUMBA: 5 P.M., PERKINS ROAD COMMUNITY PARK, 7122 PERKINS ROAD. CALL (225) 766-5209.
USS KIDD’S YOGA FOR VETERANS: 6 P.M., USS KIDD & VETERANS MEMORIAL, 305 S. RIVER ROAD. THIS YOGA CLASS WILL BE HELD IN THE MUSEUM AND IS FREE TO VETERANS, BUT SPACE IS LIMITED. CALL (225) 342-1942, EXT. 12 TO SIGN UP IN ADVANCE.