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 Our Partners
  1515 dalrymple dr. 225-383-1470 batonrougegallery.org
1900 Dalrymple Dr 225-388-3090 Knockknockmuseum.org
 7122 Perkins Road 225-302-5521 teamsportsplex.net
 142 LobdellAve. 225-924-2157 bRsoccer.org
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Facility Information
Baton Rouge Gallery, a brec facility
Knock Knock Children’s Museum
Baton Rouge Gallery – center for contemporary art (BRG) facility, is housed in BREC’s historic City-Brooks Community Park. The non-profit art gallery hosts new monthly contemporary exhibits featuring professional artists with an opening reception on the first Wednesday of each month. BRG also offers a wealth of cultural programming that brings visitors face-to-face with contemporary art across disciplines including film, poetry, dance and more.
Baton Rouge Soccer Club
Through a successful cooperative endeavor agreement, BREC and Baton Rouge Soccer Club have been able to offer quality soccer facilities and programming to the Greater Baton Rouge Area. BRSC has developed and implemented high quality recreational programs for youth of all ages, premier soccer for the player who seeks high-level competition, assessable soccer for people with disabilities, and adult leagues for men and women from age 19 to senior citizen. BREC has developed, built, and maintained first class dedicated soccer facilities
at the 22 field Burbank Soccer Complex, and the seven field Independence Park Complex. With over 6,500 members, BRSC and BREC have been the recognized leaders in the expansion of soccer as the fastest growing team sport in the Baton Rouge community.
Knock Knock Children’s Museum, located in City-Brooks Community Park, opens doors to the exciting world of early learning, discovery and hands on exploration through specific activities woven through 18 unique Learning Zones. Designed for children age 0 to 8, the museums Learning Zones create “teachable moments” that connect children’s every day experiences to learning.
Team Sportsplex
Team Automotive Group, the Baton Rouge Basketball and Volleyball Association (BBRVA) and BREC partnered to build
a 30,000 square-foot recreational complex in the heart
of Perkins Road Community Park. It is the largest indoor basketball facility in Baton Rouge and the largest indoor volleyball facility in Louisiana. It is also used for BREC summer camps, cheerleading competitions and recreation activities
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