Week ahead Week ahead Advocate story March 24, 2013 Comments Sunday Community events RELATIVITY: 2 p.m., Studio Theatre, Music & Dramatic Arts Building, LSU campus. The reading, by Cassandra Medley, is presented as part of SciArts, a conversation series where art meets science. ‘THE TURN OF THE SCREW’: 3 p.m., Shaver Theatre, Music & Dramatic Arts Building, LSU campus. The show is based on a ghost story and features LSU Opera Orchestra. Tickets are $30 per adult, $20 per senior/faculty member/staff member and $15 per student. (225) 578-5128. ZUMBA FOR AWARENESS: 4 p.m., Town Square Lawn, North Boulevard, downtown Baton Rouge. The event, sponsored by The Arc Baton Rouge, will help raise awareness for individuals with disabilities. http://www.arcbatonrouge.org. Monday Government meeting CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD: 5:50 p.m., Central Middle School cafeteria, 12656 Sullivan Road.DISTRICT 5 CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL: 6 p.m., Delmont Service Center, 3535 Riley St. Metro Councilwoman Ronnie Edwards will discuss “Connecting Sub-Contractors to General Contractors with Projects in District 5” along with other representatives. General contractors are asked to bring their Section 3 Certifications and/or Subcontractor listing. Subcontractors should bring resumes, list of past clients or projects, copies of licenses, insurance and bonding credentials. SMALL BUSINESS WORKSHOP: 6 p.m., Bluebonnet Regional Branch Library, 9200 Bluebonnet Blvd. Business with Baton Rouge, Mayor-President Kip Holden’s Small Business Opportunity Program, will hold a free workshop on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s workplace safety standards for the construction industry. To register, go to http://www.brgov.com/dept/mayor/sbeapplication.htm. Community events BATON ROUGE PRESS CLUB: Noon, De La Ronde Hall, 320 Third St. in downtown Baton Rouge. Joe May, president of the Louisiana Community and Technical College System, will discuss the major issues facing the LCTCS and the upcoming legislative session. Lunch, which is served at 11:30 a.m., is $12 for members and $15 for nonmembers. The public is invited, but only members of the Press Club and the news media are allowed to ask questions during the question-and-answer portion of the program. Tuesday Community events BETTER BATON ROUGE MEETING: 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., S.E. Mackey Center, 6534 Ford St. The community dialogue, led by Rev. Raymond Jetson, focuses on what education means for the schools in the North Baton Rouge area. Wednesday Government meeting EAST BATON ROUGE METRO COUNCIL: 4 p.m., City Hall Metro Council Chambers, 222 St. Louis St. Thursday Community events ROCK N ROWE: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Town Square Park, 10202 Perkins Rowe. Live music with Kirk Holder. (225) 767-2000. Saturday Community events KIDNEY WALK: 9:30 a.m., Pennigton Biomedical Research Center, 6400 Perkins Road. Onsite registration begins at 8 a.m. The 5K walk also features food and fun , including an Easter Egg Hunt for kids. (504) 861-4500 or http://www.kidneywalk.org. EASTER PARADE: Noon, Scotlandville area. The 4th annual Easter Parade will begin on Rosenwald Road and will follow a route to Scotland Avenue. Metro Councilwoman Chauna Banks-Daniel will be the grand marshal. An Easter Basket & Clothes Give-A-Way will follow the parade at 6890 Plank Road. (225) 356-6148.