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Wednesday, January 1 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Remembering Hank 67 Years on New Year’s Day 2020

    Join us on New Year’s Day for the 67th anniversary of Hank Williams’ death.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go

Thursday, January 2 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Zoofari Winter Camp

    Walking in a Wild Winter Wonderland at Zoofari Winter Camp at the Montgomery Zoo. Campers will enjoy unique, educational, and fun daily winter-themed activities, make crafts, experience behind the scenes animal encounters, and perhaps make a new friend or two.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go

Friday, January 3 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Zoofari Winter Camp

    Walking in a Wild Winter Wonderland at Zoofari Winter Camp at the Montgomery Zoo. Campers will enjoy unique, educational, and fun daily winter-themed activities, make crafts, experience behind the scenes animal encounters, and perhaps make a new friend or two.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go

Saturday, January 4 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • The Black Jacket Symphony presents Led Zeppelin IV

    The Black Jacket Symphony performs Led Zeppelin IV in its entirety at MPAC.

    > Go

Sunday, January 5 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • The Black Lodge Presents: Bitter Calm & Probably the Tornado

    Come out to the Sanctuary and hear two great bands from Birmingham.

    > Go

Monday, January 6 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go

Tuesday, January 7 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • First Legal Advice & Council Clinic of 2020

    The Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program is hosting its first Advice & Counsel Clinic of 2020 for low-income residents of Montgomery County, AL who have a civil legal matter that must be handled in Montgomery County, AL.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go

Wednesday, January 8 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Ekphrasis: Shocking Paris

    In his book, “Shocking Paris,” Stanley Meisler follows artists from other countries working in Paris before WWII and looks at how they changed modern art and survived the Nazi occupation.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Montgomery School of Music Staff Recital

    Several Montgomery School of Music faculty members are performing for their students and the community! Come hear selections from Chopin, Beethoven, Disney, and more.

    > Go

Thursday, January 9 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Downtown Thursday Jazz & Blues: Coleman Woodson, Jr.

    Join DBA on Thursdays for live jazz performances downtown. Coleman Woodson, Jr. will be performing at Island Delight at Dexter.

    > Go
  • Art After 5: Signs of Lift

    Young adults and the young at heart are invited to join the Museum’s Junior Executive Board for this new, themed-evening series of art, music, activities, and more.

    > Go
  • Basic Woodturning Class

    Longleaf Wood Shop is offering a basic woodturning class on Thursday evenings taught by Pat Johnson of the John C. Campbell Folk School.

    > Go

Friday, January 10 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Workshop: Dramatic Imagination for Young Players

    Join us for an hour of imaginative play at E L Lowder Regional Library.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Saturday, January 11 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat

    The Cat in the Hat recounts the rainy-day adventures of Sally, her brother, and the most mischievous cat ever! From the moment his tall, red-and-white-striped hat appears at their door, the Cat and his antics transform the kids’ afternoon.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Bend & Brew

    Join certified yoga instructor Brittany Strickland in a 60-minute, all-level Yoga class followed by a complimentary flight or pour.

    > Go
  • Dads And Daughters Saturday (D.A.D.S.)

    Calling ALL Fathers and Daughters to Dads and Daughters Saturday for storytimes, fun and laughs!

    > Go
  • Monster X Tour

    The Monster X Tour invades the Garrett Coliseum on January 11th with TWO Monster shows! See these incredible 10,000-pound, car crushing giants compete in racing, wheelie contests, and then rock the house with amazing freestyle action!

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go
  • Free Live Music: Cameron DuBois

    Cameron DuBois is the featured musical artist for a free January concert at Common Bond Brewers.

    > Go

Sunday, January 12 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Character Meet & Greet

    This is your child’s chance to meet and greet with their favorite princess or superhero! Characters include Elsa & Anna, Tiana, Snow White, Belle, Rapunzel, Spider Man, Black Widow, and more!

    > Go
  • Second Sundays at MMFA

    Join us for a vibrant mix of art and entertainment on the second Sunday of every month.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Monday, January 13 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Tuesday, January 14 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Social Justice Series Trivia Night - The World of Harry Potter

    It’s Trivia Night Y’all!  This month our theme is “The World of Harry Potter!”  We’ll be asking questions from the books AND the movies, so come prepared.  Extra points go to witches and wizards in costume!

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Wednesday, January 15 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Thursday, January 16 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Basic Woodturning Class

    Longleaf Wood Shop is offering a basic woodturning class on Thursday evenings taught by Pat Johnson of the John C. Campbell Folk School.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go
  • Downtown Thursday Jazz & Blues: Jam Session

    Join DBA for a live jazz jam session at Commerce Beerworks. Grab a drink, pull up a seat, and enjoy the show.

    > Go

Friday, January 17 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Saturday, January 18 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Sensory Friendly The Cat in the Hat

    Sensory Friendly performance of The Cat in the Hat, which allows audiences to enjoy the show at their own pace.

    > Go
  • Adult Fused Glass Workshop

    Artists (aged 14 and older) are invited to join us in the Museum’s studio to learn the art of fused glass.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat

    The Cat in the Hat recounts the rainy-day adventures of Sally, her brother, and the most mischievous cat ever! From the moment his tall, red-and-white-striped hat appears at their door, the Cat and his antics transform the kids’ afternoon.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Sunday, January 19 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Meet Crazy Horse Family Elder & Author W. Matson

    Crazy Horse Family Elder Floyd Clown, Sr. and author William Matson discuss and sign their book “Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior’s Life and Legacy” based on the family’s oral history.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Monday, January 20 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Celebration

    Come join the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Legacy Foundation’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.

    > Go
  • MLK Day of Service

    In honor of Dr. King’s birthday, HandsOn River Region has planned an afternoon of service on Monday, January 20th to benefit several area agencies.

    > Go
  • Harlem Globetrotters

    The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring larger than life entertainers, are bringing their ALL-NEW show, “Pushing the Limits” to Montgomery!

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Tuesday, January 21 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • The Big Picture - Rethinking Dyslexia

    MA for MGM in partnership with Read Write Montgomery presents a FREE community screening of the award-winning HBO Documentary “The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia.” This event is open to the River Region community.

    > Go
  • Joe Thomas Guitar Pull

    Join us at the Cloverdale Playhouse for our first Joe Thomas Guitar Pull of the Season, featuring Elisha Tatum, Johnny & Beth of Electric Blue Yonder, and Wyatt Espalin.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go

Wednesday, January 22 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go
  • Watch “America’s Top Dog” with local contestant Corp. Lindsay

    Join local contestant Corp. Alex Lindsay to watch his featured episode of “America’s Top Dog” at Common Bond Brewers.

    > Go

Thursday, January 23 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Just Mercy

    A powerful and thought-provoking film inspired by real events, Just Mercy follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson and his history-making battle for justice. Partly Filmed in Montgomery, the film is a must see.

    > Go
  • An Expressive Evening

    Join the Muses, the Museum’s teen council, as they organize and host this annual event, which includes a tableau of artistic expression presented by local students.

    > Go
  • Basic Woodturning Class

    Longleaf Wood Shop is offering a basic woodturning class on Thursday evenings taught by Pat Johnson of the John C. Campbell Folk School.

    > Go
  • Downtown Thursday Jazz & Blues: Jonathan Coltrump Berry

    Join DBA for a live performance by Jonathan Coltrump Berry at Prevail Union. Grab a drink, pull up a seat, and enjoy the show.

    > Go
  • Casablanca

    Starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, Casablanca is a classic film, with classic scenes and classic lines and is a mainstay in “Best Movies Ever” lists. So, if you want to see what all the fuss is about, you’ll just have to check out the film.

    > Go

Friday, January 24 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go
  • Parents Night Out

    Parents Night Out gives parents the opportunity to enjoy some time to themselves while their children have fun in a safe and secure environment at Newtopia playing games, activities, and making new friends!

    > Go

Saturday, January 25 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat

    The Cat in the Hat recounts the rainy-day adventures of Sally, her brother, and the most mischievous cat ever! From the moment his tall, red-and-white-striped hat appears at their door, the Cat and his antics transform the kids’ afternoon.

    > Go
  • Backyard Wildlife Workshop

    Spring is quickly approaching! Join us as Nongame Biologist, Mercedes Bartkovich, walks us through ways to attract wildlife to your backyard and leads us in building Bluebird boxes and making suet!

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go

Sunday, January 26 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go
  • Brown Girl Groove

    Brown Girl Groove is back at B.B. King’s Montgomery and this edition will give musical tributes to women of color within education.

    > Go

Monday, January 27 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Community Preservation Forum

    Landmarks hosts Executive Director Ethiel Garlington of the Historic Macon Foundation and Executive Director Josh Rogers of New Town Macon. who will share successful models for neighborhood and community revitalization in Macon, GA.

    > Go
  • Pop-up “Drink Local” Make & Take Event

    Swing into Board and Brush Montgomery and make our 6x16 “Drink Local” board.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go

Tuesday, January 28 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go

Wednesday, January 29 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • See it Our Way: The Photographers’ World

    Eleven local photographers are exhibiting their works at the Anita P. Folmar Gallery through January 29th.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

    > Go

Thursday, January 30 2020

  • 2020 AUM Chancellor’s Business Breakfast Series: Kevin Harrington

    Entrepreneur Kevin Harrington, an original panelist from “Shark Tank,” founder of the “As Seen on TV” product line, and inventor of the infomercial, will discuss “Business Trends That Drive Success.”

    > Go
  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

    > Go
  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

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  • Firefall

    Firefall describes objects from meteors – brilliant streaks in the night sky – to mountain-sized boulders hurling through space.

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  • Remembrance Project Advisory Council Welcome Reception

    Join us in welcoming the Montgomery Community Remembrance Project’s newly selected Advisory Council!

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  • Basic Woodturning Class

    Longleaf Wood Shop is offering a basic woodturning class on Thursday evenings taught by Pat Johnson of the John C. Campbell Folk School.

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  • Downtown Thursday Jazz & Blues: Amon Robinson

    Join DBA for a live performance & EP release by Amon Robinson. Grab a drink, pull up a seat, and enjoy the show.

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  • Modern Lettering Workshop for Beginners

    The Shoppes at EastChase is excited to bring back this great event! Partnering with The Yellow Room, we will be covering the basics, tools, techniques, and alphabet.

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  • The Agitators

    The Agitators tells of the enduring but tempestuous friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass and follows the young abolitionists after they meet in Rochester in the 1840s, full of hopes and sharing a common purpose.

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  • Undeniably Funky 001 – w/Chasing

    If you like Soul, Trip-hop, R&B, and Down-tempo, mark your calendar and join us for a fun night of quality sounds selected by Gravity co-founder and resident DJ Chasing.

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  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

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Friday, January 31 2020

  • The Civility Paintings

    This exhibition bridges the year 2019, marking the conclusion of the ALABAMA 200 Bicentennial celebration, with the National Women’s Suffrage Movement Centennial.

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  • Gatsby’s Here

    Gatsby’s Here is a new exhibit on the history and influence of The Great Gatsby. The exhibit features memorabilia from the original stage play and several film productions.

    > Go
  • Parasite

    Jobless, penniless, and, above all, hopeless, the unmotivated patriarch, Ki-taek, and his equally unambitious family work for peanuts in their squalid basement-level apartment until a lucrative business proposition paves the way for an insidiously subtle scheme.

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  • Paint Palooza!

    Choose from Paint and Clay Studio’s vast collection of leftover and blemished pottery items, and paint the night away at Paint Palooza!

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  • The Agitators

    The Agitators tells of the enduring but tempestuous friendship of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass and follows the young abolitionists after they meet in Rochester in the 1840s, full of hopes and sharing a common purpose.

    > Go
  • Invoke Quartet Concert

    Cleffest 2020 brings Invoke, a multi-string quartet, to Montgomery!

    > Go