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Saturday, February 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
  • Make & Take Event - “Love you More!”

    Join us for the “Love you More” Make & Take event, a kid-friendly, quick, stencil-only event.

    > Go
  • Public Boot Camp

    Join Burn Boot Camp every Saturday at 9:00 am for a FREE public boot camp.

    > Go
  • Rotunda Singing

    Come to the Alabama Department of Archives and History for a Sacred Harp singing presented by the Sacred Harp Book Company.

    > Go
  • Basic 101 – The Annie Sloan Method of Chalk Painting

    Join instructor Cheryl Nall and learn Chalk painting the Annie Sloan way! You’ll learn basic techniques and much more!

    > 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
  • Botanical Art Workshop for Adults

    Artists and flora-lovers are invited to join us in the studio for a winter session of the Museum’s botanical drawing series.

    > Go
  • MGM Esports and Gaming - 1v1 Smash Ultimate Tournament

    MGM Esports and Gaming is thrilled to announce the 1v1 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament, hosted at MGMWERX and sponsored by TechMGM and AFCEA!

    > Go
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • 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
  • 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, February 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
  • 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
  • Fellowship Recital Series – Yu Wang

    Ms. Wang and pianist Xing Zhang will give a stunning performance that includes the Strauss Violin Sonata and a famous violin concerto by Zhanhao He and Gang Chen.

    > Go
  • 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
  • Screening of “Incitement”

    Please join us at the Capri Theater for a special screening of the movie Incitement, Israel’s Official Selection to the 2019 Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film.

    > 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
  • Free Live Music: Rivertown Road

    Come out to Common Bond Brewers for their free February concert featuring Rivertown Road.

    > Go

Monday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Wanda Lloyd at Read Herring

    Read Herring is hosting Wanda Lloyd, who will discuss her new memoir “Coming Full Circle.”

    > Go
  • Feast of Flavours 2020

    Local chefs and mixologists will prepare tastes of entrees, desserts, and cocktails that are sure to delight. Electric Blue Yonder will provide the evening’s soundtrack.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Sushi Class

    At this beginner sushi class you’ll learn how to make sushi rice, popular sauces, where to shop, what to buy and how to safely serve sushi at home.

    > 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, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Rosa Parks’ Birthday Celebration

    Join the Rosa Parks Museum as we celebrate Mrs. Parks’ 107th birthday!

    > 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, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Clyde May’s Whiskey Flight Night

    Calling all whiskey lovers! The Tipping Point presents Clyde May’s Whiskey Flight Night where you will enjoy light snacks, and a one ounce pour of several Clyde May’s Whiskey varieties.

    > 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, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Veterans Experience Action Center

    Join us at the Multiplex at Cramton Bowl for the most comprehensive Veteran resource event in the region.

    > 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
  • Buses to Freedom / Ballots for Liberty

    In honor of Black History Month’s theme “African-American sand the Vote”, the Freedom Rides Museum will host “Buses to Freedom / Ballots for Liberty: A Conversation with Dr. Bernard Lafayette.”

    > 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
  • 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
  • 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

Friday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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 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
  • Gravity 026 – 360* Party at The Sanctuary

    We’re bringing the party to The Sanctuary in a totally unique way, with the DJ booth in the center of the room, an elaborate light and laser setup, and 360* of pro quality sound.

    > Go

Saturday, February 8 2020

  • EAT South Community Project

    In February we start planting at EAT South, where Community Projects combine garden lessons with lots of hands on learning.

    > 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
  • Public Boot Camp

    Join Burn Boot Camp every Saturday at 9:00 am for a FREE public boot camp.

    > Go
  • Beaver Trail 5k

    Plan to make the trip to Lagoon Park’s Pete Peterson Lodge in Montgomery, AL to be a part of the 2nd annual Beaver Trail 5K.  The Beaver Trail 5K will take runners on the beautiful Lagoon Park Trails, Montgomery’s outdoor adventure area!

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

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

    > Go
  • Crater Day

    The Wetumpka Impact Crater is visible from Jasmine Hill Gardens, and on February 8th, we’re diving into all things CRATER!

    > Go
  • Gelli Printing Mixed-Media Workshop

    Explore some of the wonderful art you can create using a gelli plate, which is a great tool that can be used to create mixed media art, greeting cards and unique artwork.

    > Go
  • Silly Love Songs

    It’s all about the love and silliness with a fun Valentine celebration that’s part of Second Saturday.

    > Go
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • 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
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go

Sunday, February 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
  • 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
  • Second Sundays at MMFA

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

    > Go
  • 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
  • Book Talk: Magic in Stone

    Join us as we welcome Alabama author Ruth Beaumont Cook for a book talk celebrating her newest work, Magic in Stone: The Sylacauga Marble Story.

    > Go
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go

Monday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Drawing in 3D

    This class is designed to teach you how to draw anything from any angle.

    > Go
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go

Tuesday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • February VegOut!

    Join us at EATSouth for the February VegOut! Bring a plant-based dish to share, along with your own reusable plates and utensils, if possible.

    > Go
  • Trivia Tuesday: Harry Potter Edition

    Calling all Potterheads! Test your knowledge of all things Harry Potter on this special night of trivia.

    > Go
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go

Wednesday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Drawing in 3D

    This class is designed to teach you how to draw anything from any angle.

    > Go
  • Mount Peak Wine Tasting

    Join us at TASTE for a Mount Peak wine tasting.

    > Go
  • Valentine’s Cookie Decorating Workshop

    Join The Shoppes at EastChase and The Yellow Room for a fun Valentine’s cookie decorating event and learn the basics of decorating with buttercream icing.

    > Go
  • Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day Trivia Night

    Join us in the taproom for a Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day edition of Trivia Night and enjoy a fun evening of trivia and beer with the Maxwell Trivia Team.

    > Go
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go
  • Joe Bonamassa

    Joe Bonamassa is one of the biggest names in blues rock, and he’s bringing his tour to Montgomery!

    > Go

Thursday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Galentine’s Day at the Shoppes

    Grab your best gal, and come dressed up in your best lounge attire for a Galentine’s Day to remember!

    > 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: Nick Johnson-Valentine’s Special

    Join DBA for a live performance by Nick Johnson. Grab a plate, pull up a seat, and enjoy the show.

    > Go
  • 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
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go

Friday, February 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
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Clemency

    Bernadette oversees death row executions, but finds her job taking its toll as she becomes more distant from her husband and even herself. She doesn’t want to lose herself to this work, she wants to fight to reclaim her soul.

    > Go
  • 15th Annual Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball

    Magic is in the air and the word “majesty” on everyone’s lips for this glittering evening for young ladies 6th grade and under.

    > Go
  • Valentine’s Day Free Live Music: Robin Hood Hills

    Robin Hood Hills is the featured artist for a very special free Valentine’s Day concert at Common Bond Brewers.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Chorale presents Love is in the Air

    Love is in the Air features the Montgomery Chorale singing some of your favorite Gershwin, Cole Porter, and popular love songs mixed in with the sublime music of Eric Whitacre, Jake Runestad, and many more!

    > Go
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go
  • Asleep at the Wheel

    Postmodern kings of Texas swing, Asleep at the Wheel, is on tour and making a stop in Montgomery!

    > Go
  • The Valentine’s Day Serenade

    TBM presents Valentine’s Serenade featuring Souled Out Groove and Friends: Pierre Stephan, Nate Soul, Jeremy Flyy, and That Boogie.

    > Go

Saturday, February 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
  • Public Boot Camp

    Join Burn Boot Camp every Saturday at 9:00 am for a FREE public boot camp.

    > Go
  • Lover’s Log: Mushroom Growing Workshop

    Ever wanted to grow your own mushrooms? Here is the workshop for you!

    > Go
  • Animal Enrichment Day

    Visit the Montgomery Zoo for our enrichment event and observe how animals respond to an assortment of new creative and behavior-stimulating enrichment items.

    > 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
  • 7th Annual Mardi Gras Block Party

    Join us for our 7th Annual Mardi Gras Block Party on Commerce Street in downtown Montgomery! This is our event of the year and it’s tons of fun!

    > Go
  • A Time to Stitch

    Come learn the art of bead weaving. This workshop, taught by Therese Frank, will focus on creating a chenille stitch bracelet.

    > Go
  • Diamond in the Rough Stage Play

    Get your tickets for the hit stage play Diamond in the Rough NOW!
    Hilarious and full of heart , this stage production is perfect for date night, girls night and everything in between.

    > Go
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go

Sunday, February 16 2020

  • 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 Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Chorale presents Love is in the Air

    Love is in the Air features the Montgomery Chorale singing some of your favorite Gershwin, Cole Porter, and popular love songs mixed in with the sublime music of Eric Whitacre, Jake Runestad, and many more!

    > Go

Monday, February 17 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Drawing in 3D

    This class is designed to teach you how to draw anything from any angle.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Symphony Orchestra Classical Concert

    Local artist and Grammy-nominated pianist Dr. Adonis Gonzalez will join the MSO for Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, followed by Brahms’s monumental Fourth Symphony.

    > Go

Tuesday, February 18 2020

Wednesday, February 19 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Brown Bag Series “The Women’s Political Council”

    Join us and learn more about “The Women’s Political Council” (WPC) and the development of a new generation of Montgomery’s African-American leaders via its ‘Youth City Initiative.’

    > Go
  • Drawing in 3D

    This class is designed to teach you how to draw anything from any angle.

    > Go
  • Karaoke Night at Common Bond

    Calling all singers and singing enthusiasts! Join us for our first Karaoke Night in the Common Bond taproom.

    > Go

Thursday, February 20 2020

Friday, February 21 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Greater Montgomery Home Building & Remodeling Expo

    The 2020 GMHBA Home Building and Remodeling Expo will feature the latest and greatest in-home building and remodeling trends and technology from a variety of vendors.

    > Go
  • Kids Night Out

    Drop the kids off at Paint and Clay Studio for an evening of pizza, painting and fun.

    > Go
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go

Saturday, February 22 2020

  • Selma 55th Ride

    In 2020 the Montgomery Bicycle Club will commemorate the 55th Anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery Voters Rights March. While riding the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, we encourage riders to stop and see the sights, envision the march, feel the tension, cross the bridge, follow the paths of the foot soldiers, and end in triumph. It will be an unforgettable day full of sights and memories we will never forget. Watch this event for more information about the 55th anniversary supported ride in 2020 to be once again put on by our club. We look forward to seeing you in Montgomery!

    > Go
  • Public Boot Camp

    Join Burn Boot Camp every Saturday at 9:00 am for a FREE public boot camp.

    > Go
  • 12th Annual Seedling Giveaway

    Join Montgomery Trees at Ida Belle Young Park Pavilion for our 12th Annual Seedling Giveaway.

    > 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
  • Greater Montgomery Home Building & Remodeling Expo

    The 2020 GMHBA Home Building and Remodeling Expo will feature the latest and greatest in-home building and remodeling trends and technology from a variety of vendors.

    > Go
  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go

Sunday, February 23 2020

  • 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
  • Greater Montgomery Home Building & Remodeling Expo

    The 2020 GMHBA Home Building and Remodeling Expo will feature the latest and greatest in-home building and remodeling trends and technology from a variety of vendors.

    > Go
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life, Now he finds himself at the center of a mystery.

    > Go
  • Celebration of the Negro Spiritual

    The George Washington Carver High and Booker T. Washington Magnet High choirs are teaming up for a Celebration of the Negro Spiritual!

    > Go
  • Wax, Wine, & Hits

    This event is for adults who would love to create their own personal soy-based candle while listening to amazing hits and networking with other creative like-minded individuals.

    > Go

Monday, February 24 2020

Tuesday, February 25 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > Go
  • Food Truck Pop- Up

    Who’s HUNGRY! Potz & Panz Gourmet Cafe LLC & Catering will be debuting their brand new truck at The Shoppes on Tuesday, February 25 from 5 - 9PM

    > Go
  • Real Talk – Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words

    Join us for another installation of our Real Talk series! Author Susan Reyburn is a senior writer-editor in the Library of Congress Publishing Office and will be joining us to discuss her newest book, Rosa Parks: In Her Own Words.

    > Go
  • Montgomery Concert

    Join us on Tuesday, February 25 to celebrate the release of If I Don’t Try, the third EP by Montgomery native / Nashville-based singer-songwriter Wyatt Edmondson. Featured performances by The Wilson Brothers and Cameron DuBois.

    > Go

Wednesday, February 26 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • Drawing in 3D

    This class is designed to teach you how to draw anything from any angle.

    > Go
  • Trivia Night, featuring 1980s TV and The Hunger Games

    Join us in the taproom for Trivia Night, featuring 1980s TV and The Hunger Games.

    > Go

Thursday, February 27 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

    > 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
  • 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: Kevin Carter

    Join DBA for a live performance by Kevin Carter. Grab a drink, pull up a seat, and enjoy the show.

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  • Tap Takeover hosted by Ghost Train Brewing Company

    Ghost Train Brewing Company is taking over! They will be taking over six taps to showcase some of their signature brews, as well as a few of their small-batch beers! Please join us for an evening of beer tasting, trivia, and prizes!

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Friday, February 28 2020

  • Black Culture 2020

    This art exhibition is a reflection of Black culture throughout history, the diversity of its community, and its influence in the world we know today.

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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
  • Leap into the Museum Education Family Fun Night

    Leap into the Museum, Education Flashlight Tour at the Mann Museum featuring a flashlight tour of the Mann Museum, games, live animal presentations, and a whole lot more.

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Saturday, February 29 2020

  • Public Boot Camp

    Join Burn Boot Camp every Saturday at 9:00 am for a FREE public boot camp.

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  • Zoo Volunteer Serve Day

    Volunteers at the Montgomery Zoo are very important people and play a vital role in the success of the Montgomery Zoo.  We are looking for energetic individuals who want to volunteer in a beautiful and fun place.

    > 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
  • Beyond the Stars

    Join the City of St. Jude as we celebrate the 55th Anniversary of the Stars for Freedom rally at the final campsite of the Selma to Montgomery March.

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  • Electric Blue Yonder Album Release at Chris’ Hot Dogs

    Electric Blue Yonder is excited to release their first LP and are throwing a party at Chris’s Hot Dogs to celebrate!

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