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Thursday, October 30 2014

  • Archives Crawl

    Join the Alabama Department of Archives & History for an Archives Crawl! Visit archives & libraries in the Montgomery area to learn about their collections while collecting passport stamps.

    > Go
  • Uniting for Youth Community Partnership Conference

    Join the Montgomery City-County Youth Initiative for a resource and partnership development conference for local nonprofit and faith-based groups serving our youth.

    > Go
  • Slow Flow Yoga

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

    > Go
  • Commonplace Exhibition at Triumph & Disaster Gallery

    Don’t miss Triumph & Disaster Gallery’s newest Exhibition “Commonplace” -  A Landmark Exhibition of Southern Photographers, October 8-31, 2014.

    > Go
  • Dracula

    This masterpiece production by the Alabama Dance Theatre, will thrill audiences with special effects, lavish costumes, and breathtaking scenery.

    > Go
  • Young Artists (ages 3-5)

    Give your preschooler a head start with eye-hand coordination in this fun art experience at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts!

    > Go
  • After School Art II

    Students will learn to improve their own artwork with more advanced art techniques and principles of design in this weekly class at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

    > Go
  • Stars: Power Houses of the Universe

    Don’t miss “Stars: Power Houses of the Universe” playing at the W.A. Gayle Planetarium in October.

    > Go
  • Calvary

    Don’t miss this Irish drama at the Capri Theatre, October 24 - 30.

    > Go
  • Prime & Wine Night

    Join the Embassy Suites for a delicious steak dinner and wine pairing!

    > Go
  • Juvies Film Screeing & Discussion

    A screening of the documentary Juvies, following a panel discussion on the harmful practice of trying and incarcerating juveniles in the adult criminal justice system will take place at the Rosa Parks Museum on October 30th as part of National Youth Justice Awareness.

    > Go
  • Halloween Costume Fun Run/Walk

    Join Fleet Feet Sports Montgomery and Nike for a Halloween Costume Run/Walk on October 30th!!

    > Go
  • Fun with Stained Glass

    Create a unique stained glass window just in time for the holidays in this series of classes at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts!

    > Go
  • ZooBoo

    Join the Montgomery Zoo for this safe, fun-filled and family oriented Halloween bash.

    > Go
  • Art in the Dark

    Join Torchbearers Class VI for Art in the Dark on Thursday, October 30th from 6pm-9pm.

    > Go
  • Haunted Hearse Tours

    You’ll get goosebumps on this tour of the Capital City’s most haunted sites!

    > Go
  • Crimes of the Heart at the Cloverdale Playhouse

    Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. Beth Henley’s astonishing first play, initially presented by the Actors Theatre of Louisville, then Off-Broadway, and then on Broadway, established the author as a major voice in our theatre.

    > Go

Friday, October 31 2014

  • Archives Crawl

    Join the Alabama Department of Archives & History for an Archives Crawl! Visit archives & libraries in the Montgomery area to learn about their collections while collecting passport stamps.

    > Go
  • B-17 Flight Tours

    Join the EEA for an unforgettable experience aboard one of the few remaining airworthy B-17s in the world!

    > Go
  • The Skeleton Twins

    Don’t miss this American comedy-drama film at the Capri Theatre, October 31 - November 6.

    > Go
  • Commonplace Exhibition at Triumph & Disaster Gallery

    Don’t miss Triumph & Disaster Gallery’s newest Exhibition “Commonplace” -  A Landmark Exhibition of Southern Photographers, October 8-31, 2014.

    > Go
  • Malloween at Eastdale Mall

    Trick or Treat from store to store, enjoy music, prizes, facepainting & fun galore with the Eastdale Mall Teen Team.

    > Go
  • Halloween in Hampstead

    Celebrate Halloween in Hampstead! Enjoy Halloween festivities, trick-or-treating,  kids’ costume parade, outdoor movies, and a grown-up party!

    > Go
  • Halloween Spooktacular

    The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, along with WVAS 90.7 FM present a safe alternative to trick or treating at Garrett Coliseum.

    > Go
  • ZooBoo

    Join the Montgomery Zoo for this safe, fun-filled and family oriented Halloween bash.

    > Go
  • Harriott II Dinner Cruise

    This night out aboard the Harriot II is fun for the whole family!

    > Go
  • Haunted Hearse Tours

    You’ll get goosebumps on this tour of the Capital City’s most haunted sites!

    > Go
  • Crimes of the Heart at the Cloverdale Playhouse

    Winner of the 1981 Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. Beth Henley’s astonishing first play, initially presented by the Actors Theatre of Louisville, then Off-Broadway, and then on Broadway, established the author as a major voice in our theatre.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Humane Society’s 3rd Annual Haunted House

    Get your thrills and chills every Friday and Saturday night through November 1st, at the Montgomery Humane Society’s 3rd Annual Haunted House.

    > Go
  • A Night of Halloween Music

    Enjoy a night of spooky, spoofy musical fun at Huntingdon College presented by the Montgomery Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

    > Go
  • Haunted Montgomery Tours

    Experience the colorful, but somewhat hidden history of Montgomery on a Haunted Montgomery Tour!

    > Go

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