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Wednesday, February 22 2017

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Monday, February 27 2017

  • Crisis in Black Education

    Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library’s Reference Department in a partnership with Pink and Pearls for Girls and MAAFA encourage Montgomery to come learn about Black culture from a national and African perspective.

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  • Culinary Fight Club AL - Chocolate

    Culinary Fight Club brings the passion of a high-energy kitchen and the thrill of a timed competition for you to enjoy. Join Central Restaurant and watch 4 Alabama culinary talented plate up their elevated savory Chocolate dishes. Who will be crowned the FIRST Alabama Culinary Fight Club Champion?

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  • I Am Not Your Negro at The Capri

    Written by James Baldwin. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson and short-listed for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Documentary and called one of the year’s best films by the New York Times, I Am Not Your Negro is an incendiary documentary of Black History in America.

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Tuesday, February 28 2017

  • Slow Flow Yoga at Old Alabama Town

    Take a break from your computer desk and relieve your body of all that stress with some slow flow yoga at Old Alabama Town!

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  • Connecting Hearts: An Evening with Kathrine & Jay Wolf

    AGAPE of Central Alabama is proud to announce the 3rd Annual Connecting Hearts event with special guests Katherine and Jay Wolf of Hope Heals Ministry.

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  • I Am Not Your Negro at The Capri

    Written by James Baldwin. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson and short-listed for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Documentary and called one of the year’s best films by the New York Times, I Am Not Your Negro is an incendiary documentary of Black History in America.

    > Go

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