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Thursday, April 18 2019

  • NASA Day at the Capitol

    Officials from NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, will visit Montgomery, Alabama, Thursday, April 18, to spread the word about the importance of the state’s role in urgently leading America back to the Moon and to inspire the next generations of engineers, scientists and explorers during Alabama Aerospace Week.

    > Go
  • Food for Thought Lunchtime Lecture Series

    Lunchtime Lecture Series at the Alabama Department of Archives and History.

    > Go
  • EARTH’S HEART: Connecting Cultures

    Visit ARTWORKS on Thursday afternoons to learn about the art of different countries.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • ArtTalk

    This friendly critique led by Museum educators is an opportunity for artists to share and receive feedback from their peers.

    > Go
  • Thursdays on the Patio

    Patio weather is back and so is Thursdays on the Patio at The Cork and Cleaver!

    > Go
  • As You Like It by William Shakespeare

    One of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedies, As You Like It is a beguiling game of love, desire, and mistaken identity that revels in the pleasure of life.

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go

Friday, April 19 2019

  • Friday Harriott II Dinner Cruise

    Kick off your weekend with a dinner cruise on the Harriott II.

    > Go
  • Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare’s iconic story asks the question: What happens when a community fails its young people?

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go
  • An Evening with The Jauntee

    In a world filled with instant gratification, gimmicky over saturation and a lack of true improvisation, The Jauntee pays tribute to music’s ability to transcend simple entertainment and cultivate a truly distinctive experience.

    > Go

Saturday, April 20 2019

  • Free April Walking Tours

    Experience the culture and history of Alabama this spring with free April Walking Tours.

    > Go
  • Bard Bash 2019

    You are invited to Shakespeare’s (aka The Bard) 455th birthday party!

    > Go
  • Fennel & Figs Easter Pop-Up

    Celebrate the flavors of spring - lemon, strawberry, and lavender with jams, cookies, cakes, scones and more!

    > Go
  • Garden Talk: Shakespeare’s Flowers

    Did you know that every plant and flower mentioned in Shakespeare’s works can be found in our Shakespeare Garden?

    > Go
  • Harriott II Getaway Cruise

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

    > Go
  • Our Town at ASF

    Our Town follows young lovers Emily and George and their neighbors through a life journey that delivers universal truths about what it means to be human.

    > Go
  • Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare’s iconic story asks the question: What happens when a community fails its young people?

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go
  • Patti Rutland Jazz presents MOVE

    The Patti Rutland Jazz professional dance company is pleased to announce their 2019 Spring Concert series entitled MOVE.

    > Go
  • Into the Breeches

    Montgomery, 1942: With the local playhouse’s director and actors off at war, the director’s wife sets out to produce an all-female version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Henry V. A hilarious and moving comedy about the transformative power of art.

    > Go

Sunday, April 21 2019

  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • Harriott II: Blues Cruise

    Enjoy a Sunday Blues Cruise aboard the Harriott II Riverboat.

    > Go
  • Our Town at ASF

    Our Town follows young lovers Emily and George and their neighbors through a life journey that delivers universal truths about what it means to be human.

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go

Monday, April 22 2019

  • Earth Day Safari at the Montgomery Zoo

    School teachers, students, recreational advisors, science classes, and environmentally-friendly people of all kinds make plans to join us at the Montgomery Zoo and celebrate our planet while learning how each of us play a vital role in our environment and the earth’s wildlife.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • Montgomery Sushi Class

    Learn to make perfect sushi rice, how to make all of your favorite sushi sauces (from eel sauce to BangBang & more), where to shop/what to buy.

    > Go

Tuesday, April 23 2019

  • Earth Day Safari at the Montgomery Zoo

    School teachers, students, recreational advisors, science classes, and environmentally-friendly people of all kinds make plans to join us at the Montgomery Zoo and celebrate our planet while learning how each of us play a vital role in our environment and the earth’s wildlife.

    > Go
  • the robert and jean graetz symposium on human rights and reconciliation

    The Graetz Symposium will examine the role of nonviolent resistance as a tactic/strategy/ and viable philosophy in blacks’ efforts to overcome racial oppression and as a model for solving conflicts between individuals, within communities and among nations around the world.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • The Montgomery Chorale presents Opera On Tap!

    Join the Montgomery Chorale for the premiere of OPERA ON TAP at Common Bond Brewers on Tuesday, April 23rd from 6 – 8PM.

    > Go
  • As You Like It by William Shakespeare

    One of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedies, As You Like It is a beguiling game of love, desire, and mistaken identity that revels in the pleasure of life.

    > Go

Wednesday, April 24 2019

  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go

Thursday, April 25 2019

  • EARTH’S HEART: Connecting Cultures

    Visit ARTWORKS on Thursday afternoons to learn about the art of different countries.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • Prom for Parkinson’s

    Get your prom dresses and suits ready….the first Prom for Parkinson’s will be a night to eat, drink and DANCE to help raise awareness and money for Rock Steady!

    > Go
  • Barrel of Blues

    Barrel of Blues is the new signature fundraising event for Child Protect and is sure to be the party of the spring!!

    > Go
  • Montgomery Biscuits vs. Birmingham Barons

    Cheer on the Montgomery Biscuits in one of the country’s Best Stadium Experiences by Stadium Journey Magazine at Riverwalk Stadium!

    > Go
  • As You Like It by William Shakespeare

    One of Shakespeare’s most popular romantic comedies, As You Like It is a beguiling game of love, desire, and mistaken identity that revels in the pleasure of life.

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go
  • Marshall Tucker Band

    Enjoy the music of the Marshall Tucker Band at MPAC.

    > Go
  • Flyin’ West

    Set in 1898, Flyin’ West is the story of some of these female pioneers who settled, together, in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas.

    > Go

Friday, April 26 2019

Saturday, April 27 2019

  • capital city master gardeners annual plant sale

    The Capital City Master Gardeners are having their annual spring plant sale with terrific plants at bargain prices.

    > Go
  • 2019 Walk of Life

    Run or walk to raise awareness and support for the fight against breast cancer!!

    > Go
  • Free April Walking Tours

    Experience the culture and history of Alabama this spring with free April Walking Tours.

    > Go
  • Spring Chicken Festival

    Come out to Sweet Creek Farmers Market for the first Spring Chicken Festival to kick off Spring !!

    > Go
  • Shucktacular at The Tipping Point

    Hampstead Community Realty presents “Shucktacular” - an epic, fun filled day of Raw Oysters, Craft Beer, Wine, and Live Music.

    > Go
  • Winnie The Pooh

    Join Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and friends in this charming musical adaptation of A.A. Milne’s classic stories.

    > Go
  • Harriott II Getaway Cruise

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

    > Go
  • 10th Anniversary Luau Cruise on the Harriott II

    Celebrate the Harriott II’s 10th Birthday here in Montgomery with a Luau themed party cruise.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Biscuits vs. Birmingham Barons

    Cheer on the Montgomery Biscuits in one of the country’s Best Stadium Experiences by Stadium Journey Magazine at Riverwalk Stadium!

    > Go
  • Our Town at ASF

    Our Town follows young lovers Emily and George and their neighbors through a life journey that delivers universal truths about what it means to be human.

    > Go
  • Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare’s iconic story asks the question: What happens when a community fails its young people?

    > Go
  • Steel Magnolias at ASF

    The hilarious and heartwarming story of six Southern women who gather and gossip at the local beauty parlor.

    > Go
  • Into the Breeches

    Montgomery, 1942: With the local playhouse’s director and actors off at war, the director’s wife sets out to produce an all-female version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Henry V. A hilarious and moving comedy about the transformative power of art.

    > Go
  • Trey Daniels Live in Concert! The Evolve Tour

    BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!  Saxphonist Trey Daniels will be live in concert in Montgomery, Alabama on Saturday, April 27 at 7:30pm.

    > Go
  • Flyin’ West

    Set in 1898, Flyin’ West is the story of some of these female pioneers who settled, together, in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas.

    > Go

Sunday, April 28 2019

  • Spring Chicken Festival

    Come out to Sweet Creek Farmers Market for the first Spring Chicken Festival to kick off Spring !!

    > Go
  • Flips & Food Trucks

    Come out to The Waters’ Town Square for furniture flips, food trucks and lots of FUN – all benefiting Montgomery Habitat For Humanity!

    > Go
  • Old Cloverdale May Festival

    Join Old Cloverdale for this FREE festival for the entire family including a procession of the May Queen and dancing of the Maypole.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • Sanctuary Showdown

    This music competition is open to artists of all ages and musical genres, individuals and groups alike. Invite your friends to come out and vote!

    > Go
  • Harriott II: Blues Cruise

    Enjoy a Sunday Blues Cruise aboard the Harriott II Riverboat.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Biscuits vs. Birmingham Barons

    Cheer on the Montgomery Biscuits in one of the country’s Best Stadium Experiences by Stadium Journey Magazine at Riverwalk Stadium!

    > Go
  • Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare’s iconic story asks the question: What happens when a community fails its young people?

    > Go
  • Into the Breeches

    Montgomery, 1942: With the local playhouse’s director and actors off at war, the director’s wife sets out to produce an all-female version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Henry V. A hilarious and moving comedy about the transformative power of art.

    > Go
  • Flyin’ West

    Set in 1898, Flyin’ West is the story of some of these female pioneers who settled, together, in the all-black town of Nicodemus, Kansas.

    > Go

Monday, April 29 2019

Tuesday, April 30 2019

  • Breakfast with the Scholars

    Enjoy breakfast and hear from Bryan Stevenson and support Valiant Cross Academy.

    > Go
  • Sun Struck

    Explore the sun in all its glory in this fulldome show!

    > Go
  • 2019 MAX Sting Fest

    Come out to Riverwalk Stadium for the MAX Sting Fest!

    > Go
  • Into the Breeches

    Montgomery, 1942: With the local playhouse’s director and actors off at war, the director’s wife sets out to produce an all-female version of Shakespeare’s Henry IV and Henry V. A hilarious and moving comedy about the transformative power of art.

    > Go

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