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Tuesday, September 19 2017

  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • 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!

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • Menashe at the Capri

    Within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community, a widower battles for custody of his son. A tender drama performed entirely in Yiddish, the film intimately explores the nature of faith and the price of parenthood.

    > Go

Wednesday, September 20 2017

  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • Tales for Tots

    Art through story telling.

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • Menashe at the Capri

    Within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community, a widower battles for custody of his son. A tender drama performed entirely in Yiddish, the film intimately explores the nature of faith and the price of parenthood.

    > Go

Thursday, September 21 2017

Friday, September 22 2017

Saturday, September 23 2017

  • Farmers Market at The Shoppes at Eastchase

    Since opening in 2004, The Shoppes at EastChase Farmers Market has grown every year, and is now one of the top five largest markets in Alabama.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Mustache Run

    Mustaches not required for the Montgomery Mustache Run!

    > Go
  • Trekking Through the Past

    It is time to put on your walking shoes for a leisurely stroll down one of Montgomery’s most historic thoroughfares, Monroe Street.

    > Go
  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • The Brunch with Marco Mays: We The People!

    On September 23, 2017, M2 will partner with the Rosa Park Museum, Coca Cola and Cahawba House Restaurant and will be hosting it’s third, The Brunch with Marco Mays, the city of Montgomery’s first ever Mastermind Brunch.

    > Go
  • BBQ, Blues, & Americana Fall Equinox Music Festival

    The Druids Charity Club is pleased to announce the 1st annual Fall Equinox Festival, a charity event benefiting Hogs for the Cause and their quest to support families struggling with the effects of pediatric brain cancer.

    > Go
  • Fido Fest

    Raise your furry little paws, Fido Fest is back!

    > Go
  • Harriott II: Oktoberfest Cruise

    There’s no better way to enjoy Oktoberfest than with a cruise down the Alabama River aboard Montgomery’s Only Riverboat!

    > Go
  • Pink the Rink with Montgomery Roller Derby!

    Montgomery Roller Derby is at it again! Come cheer on your favorite hometown heroes as they take on the Southern Harm Derby Dames out of Fayetteville, Georgia.

    > Go
  • An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power

    A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, An Inconvenient Sequel shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

    > Go

Sunday, September 24 2017

  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • Family Art Affair and Jazz Jams

    Let the music inspire you as you create artwork!

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • Taste of the River Region

    The Junior League of Montgomery, the Alabama Restaurant and Hospitality Association and Turner Food Systems would like to invite you to come and enjoy many of the delicious dishes of the River Region’s best restaurants!

    > Go
  • An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power

    A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, An Inconvenient Sequel shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

    > Go

Monday, September 25 2017

  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • Meatless Monday Supper Club

    Join Whole Foods the last Monday of every month for a Health Starts Here educational workshop!  Health Starts Here is based on the simple criteria of filling your diet with Plant-Strong Whole Foods.

    > Go
  • An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power

    A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, An Inconvenient Sequel shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

    > Go

Tuesday, September 26 2017

Wednesday, September 27 2017

  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • SOUTHSIDE: EUFAULA’S COTTON MILL VILLAGE AND ITS PEOPLE, 1890-1945

    On Wednesday, September 27 at 12:00, author David Alsobrook will present a book talk on his new publication Southside: Eufaula’s Cotton Mill Village and Its People at the Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH) in Montgomery. Admission is free.

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • CHONDA PIERCE “GETTING BACK TO FUNNY”

    Emmy-nominated and best-selling comedian Chonda Pierce or “the country comic” as Billboard Magazine dubbed her, has been making audiences laugh for more than two decades with her winning combination of fierce wit and southern charm.

    > Go
  • An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power

    A decade after An Inconvenient Truth brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, An Inconvenient Sequel shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

    > Go

Thursday, September 28 2017

  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • 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!

    > Go
  • Saturn, Jewel of the Heavens

    Once a planet of great mystery, now we know more than ever before about it’s amazing system of rings, moons, and storms thanks to modern robotic space pioneers.

    > Go
  • ARTtalk

    Get an up-close look at artists, their work,and the creative process at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.

    > Go
  • Making Homes Safe Havens

    This Big Top Extravaganza is presented by Bob Vardaman Events Management and benefiting the Family Sunshine Center, Making Homes Safe Havens.

    > Go
  • Cody Jinks with Ward Davis

    Cody Jinks at Union Train Station in Montgomery on Oct 28. Tickets on sale Friday Sept 22 at 10am! Make Plans.

    > Go
  • Buddy Guy

    At age 80, Buddy Guy is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a major influence on rock titans like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, a pioneer of Chicago’s fabled West Side sound, and a living link to the city’s halcyon days of electric blues.

    > Go
  • Manhattan Short

    The international film festival where you vote for the winners. One World - One Week - One Festival

    > Go

Friday, September 29 2017

  • Tickled Pink Women’s Expo

    Join Alabama News Network as we kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Friday, Sept. 29th with the 3rd Annual Tickled Pink Women’s Expo.

    > Go
  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • Harriott II Dinner Cruise

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

    > Go
  • Montgomery Zombie Walk and Prom VII

    Zombies unite to fight hunger with the Montgomery Area Food Bank.

    > Go
  • Two Trains Runnin’

    In June of 1964, hundreds of college students, eager to join the civil rights movement, traveled to Mississippi and started what would be known as Freedom Summer.

    > Go
  • ST. PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES

    St. Paul and The Broken Bones is a six-piece soul band based in Birmingham, Alabama, that formed in 2012 who features Southern soul, Blue-eyed soul music.

    > Go

Saturday, September 30 2017

  • Farmers Market at The Shoppes at Eastchase

    Since opening in 2004, The Shoppes at EastChase Farmers Market has grown every year, and is now one of the top five largest markets in Alabama.

    > Go
  • 1917–2017: A Century of U.S. Airpower from the Air Force Art Collection

    One hundred years ago, in 1917, the United States formed an Air Service as part of what was then called the American Expeditionary Force. Created to aid in battle during World War I, it became the first significant U.S. air combat force.

    > Go
  • Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective

    Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982 and is the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded catalogue raisonné, Richard H. Axsom, Frank Stella Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné (NY: Hudson Hills Press, 2016).

    > Go
  • Harriott II Getaway Cruise

    Get your tickets now for this fun afternoon outing about the Harriott II Riverboat.

    > Go
  • Two Trains Runnin’

    In June of 1964, hundreds of college students, eager to join the civil rights movement, traveled to Mississippi and started what would be known as Freedom Summer.

    > Go