What’s Happening in Mobile the Weekend of 7/27/2016

Posted by on Jul 26, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

Connecting our Citizens through local events.  Each week we check calendar events in Mobile, Alabama so you don’t have to.

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Featured Photo: As part of his Meet Mobile Project to connect with local small businesses, Sandy Stimpson recently met with the Urban Emporium in Downtown Mobile. The Urban Emporium is home to many local vendors and holds the #1 spot for your go-to place to shop in LoDa! Photo Credit: City of Mobile| Facebook.com

Do Some Good!
This week’s Do Some Good is possibly the sweetest one yet! Thursday, July 28th is Miracle Treat Day and all Mobile Dairy Queen locations will be donating $1 from every Blizzard to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Even sweeter is that our local USA Women’s and Children’s Hospital is part of this network and will benefit from the event. Eat a treat and Do Some Good, Mobile!
When you see someone doing good in Mobile, share it and tag it!  #DoSomeGoodMobile

7/27: Michael Franti & Spearhead
Wednesday – 6:30pm, Saenger Theater
Huka Entertainment and 92 ZEW present Michael Franti & Spearhead’s Soul Rocker Tour! Michael Franti is a multi talented musician, filmmaker and humanitarian. He uses his lyrical activism as a positive force for change. Tickets start at $37 each.

7/28: Market on the Hill
Thursday – 3-6pm, Lavretta Park
This is the last Thursday for this summer’s Market on the Hill! Don’t miss your chance to get fresh produce from local vendors, home made jams and jellies, fresh lemonade and much, much more! Plus the kids can play in the park while you shop– doesn’t get any better than that!

7/29: Local Looks
Friday – 6-9pm, The Exchange 202
Local Looks is 251Now’s monthly arts and crafts show. This is an upscale event with the purpose to highlight and promote local artists and makers. Free admission to the public with a family friendly environment! Music provided by Sergio Rangel. See you there!

7/29-7/31: Wizard of Oz
Friday-Sunday, Playhouse in the Park
The Playhouse in the Park presents “Wizard of Oz” that will run shows on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday 2:30pm each weekend through August 14th. Come watch how Dorothy travels her way from home to the great Emerald City while making some friends along the way! This show never disappoints! Call 251-602-0630 for reservations.


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7/30: Market in the Square
Saturday – 7:30-Noon, Cathedral Square
It’s been a great season of fresh produce and local vendors but it is coming to an end. This Saturday morning will be your last chance to get downtown and get the best of the best in local goods- fruits, veggies, flowers, seasonal plants, home-made wares and by far some of the best made from scratch treats in town! Saturday is also National Dance Day– Hundreds of people will be downtown participating in this national event! Find out more here and join the party!!

7/30: Christmas in July
Saturday – 10am-3pm, The Grounds
Join Whatever Girls Ministry for a fun filled day of shopping, food trucks, fashion trucks and much more! Ladies come on out to shop, men come on out to the Man Cave and let the kids play in the Kid Zone! Enjoy local vendors from the Gulf Coast and support this great ministry. Get your VIP wristbands early and enjoy discounts and freebies from select vendors. Fun for the whole Family!

7/30: 3rd Annual Kids Day
Saturday – 10am-1pm, Tillman’s Corner Community Center
The Tillman’s Corner Community Center is excited to announce its 3rd Annual Kids Day. Festivities include inflatable jumpies, a petting zoo, Kona Ice, face painting and much more! Canned good donations are requested. Bring everyone out for a big day of fun!

7/30: Summer Movie Series- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Saturday – 8:15pm, Dorn Field at Spring Hill College
The Village of Spring Hill presents Farris Bueller’s Day Off (PG-13) on the big screen in Dorn Field. Glow Yoga will be offering a yoga session for all ages and free to the public at 7pm. Free admission to all activities.


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7/31: Field of Dreams- Summer Classic Movie Series
Sunday – 2:30pm, Saenger Theater
There’s no better way to watch a movie than in the nostalgic seats of the Saenger! Field of Dreams (PG) is the 1989 classic where Kevin Costner, a farmer in Iowa, hears “if you build it, he will come” from his corn fields. Come find out how it all unfolds this Sunday! General Admission- Adult $6, Child & Seniors $3. Concession stand will be open!

8/1-8/31: Cuts for Kids
All Month Long, Remington College School of Cosmetology
Throughout the month of August, Remington College is providing free back-to-school haircuts for students 17 and under. Cuts for Kids allows parents to save some money on the cost of getting kids ready to go back to school, and students in the Remington College cosmetology program get real-world, hands-on experience with actual clients as part of their education. To schedule an appointment, call 251-342-4848.


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What’s Happening in Mobile the Week of 7/20/2016

Posted by on Jul 20, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

Connecting our Citizens through local events.  Each week we check calendar events in Mobile, Alabama so you don’t have to.

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Featured Photo: Mayor Sandy Stimpson takes a horseback ride-along with Mobile’s finest men in blue. Photo Credit: City of Mobile| Facebook.com

Do Some Good!
It’s almost Back-to-School time and there are kids in our area who need your help with uniforms for the school year. All you have to do is donate $35 here, and we will take care of the rest! $35 covers 2 uniform tops and 2 uniform bottoms. We do the shopping for you! Help us Do Some Good, Mobile! You can also share it on Facebook for us.
When you see some good in Mobile, tag it!  #DoSomeGoodMobile

7/20-7/24: BayBears VS Jacksonville
Wednesday-Sunday – Hank Aaron Stadium
Our local MiLB team, the Mobile BayBears, is back at it again this week to take on the Jacksonville Suns! BayBears games are always a blast- fireworks, jumpies for the kids, specials on concessions, Baby Bear sightings and of course, a great ball game! Don’t miss this week’s streak of home games!

7/20: Bay Bites Food Truck Festival
Wednesday – 5-8pm, Cooper Riverside Park
Bay Bites IV is back! Hosted by Mobile Baykeeper’s Young Advisory Council (YAC), Bay Bites is a unique opportunity to enjoy a variety of different cuisine from local food trucks, craft beer from Sweetwater, live music, and lawn games on the beautiful riverfront of downtown Mobile at Cooper Riverside Park. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. One ticket includes three beer tokens and access to some of the best food trucks in the area!

7/21: Lemon-Aide
Thursday – 10:30-2:30pm, Springhill Medical Center
Join Springhill Medical Center in their Lemon-Aide event just for women! This event is full of food, fashion and fun! Come check out vendors like the Bottega Collection Fashion Truck, Detour Fitness, Rock-It Hair and Elle Photography. Free and open to the public. All proceeds go to benefit the American Heart Association!

7/21: Ladies Night Out
Thursday – 5-8pm, Azalea Manor.
Thrivent Financial is hosting a top of the line event just for women! Come out and shop vendors like Pampered Chef, Mary Kay and much more! Enjoy an evening of shopping, wine, music, door prizes and girl time! First 50 ladies in the door get a free drink. Free admission!

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7/22-7/24: Wizard of Oz
Friday-Sunday, Playhouse in the Park
The Playhouse in the Park presents “Wizard of Oz” that will run shows on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday 2:30pm each weekend through August 14th. Come watch how Dorothy travels her way from home to the great Emerald City while making some friends along the way! This show never disappoints! Call 251-602-0630 for reservations.

7/23: Mardi Gras in July
Saturday – 2pm, Fairhope Brewing Company
Join Fairhope Brewing Company for their annual celebration of Mardi Gras in July with music, beer and a pet adoption! $10 will get you a commemorative glass filled with one of the 16 beers we are offering throughout the day — like our very small batch “Bubba Likes” Moon Pie Stout or Hurricane S’Wheat Home. Bring your beads!!

7/24: Sunday Sounds
Sunday – 2-7pm, The Merry Widow
Sunday Sounds is a monthly concert series and networking event brought to you by 251Now highlighting local talent, local beer, and local food! This month’s music line-up includes music from The Tropics, Sugarcane Jane, and Jamell Richardson “The Gulf Coast Blues Boy”. Free event, open to the public!

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7/25: Ted Nugent
Monday – 7pm, Soul Kitchen
Come out and enjoy a night with guitar wildman and wackmaster, Ted Nugent. Ted Nugent style is Rock N Roll and not afraid to be open about his pro-gun, pro-freedom political views. General Admission tickets are still available. Under 18 must have a parent. Part of the Miller Lite Concert Series.

7/26: Cheers to Children
Tuesday – 6-8:30pm, Cafe 615
Cheers to Children is a fundraiser for our local Child Advocacy Center. The evening includes wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, silent auction and great music from Harrison McInnis. Admission is a $35 donation and tickets are available at Cafe 615 and the Child Advocacy Center.

Upcoming Event- 7/27: Michael Franti & Spearhead
Wednesday – 6:30pm, Saenger Theater
Huka Entertainment and 92 ZEW present Michael Franti & Spearhead’s Soul Rocker Tour! Michael Franti is a multi talented musician, filmmaker and humanitarian. He uses his lyrical activism as a positive force for change. Tickets are still available, starting at $37 each.

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What’s Happening the Week of 7/13/2016

Posted by on Jul 13, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

Connecting our Citizens through local events.  Each week we check calendar events in Mobile, Alabama so you don’t have to.

Featured Photo: Who could this party animal be? None other but the face of Ten Sixty Five that crashed a City Council meeting on Tuesday. Ten Sixty Five is Mobile’s newest solution to the former music festival, BayFest. Ten Sixty Five will be held Sept 30-Oct 2 and is FREE to the public! Mark your calendars now. Photo Credit: City of Mobile| Facebook.com


Do Some Good!
Is there someone in your life you have lost touch with? Holding a grudge for something that happened years ago? Take some time RIGHT NOW and reach out to that person. You never know when the time will come that you won’t get that chance again. Keep Doing Good, Mobile!
When you see some good in Mobile, tag it.  We might just share it!  #DoSomeGoodMobile

7/13: Reveal Rally – “State Law: 3-Foot Minimum” Unveiling Party
Wednesday – 6pm, Cafe del Rio
The Delta Bike Project invites you to join them along with the Alabama Department of Transportation to celebrate the unveiling of the first official “State Law: 3-Feet Minimum” signs in the State of Alabama! Community members, cyclist, and transportation planners will gather at Café del Rio to witness this transformative moment, as progress to make cycling safer for everyone – and a step in moving Alabama forward in livability and tourism – by unveiling the new “State Law: 3 Feet Minimum” signs.

7/14: Summertime Blacklight Hip-Hip
Thursday – 6pm, Dreamland Skate off Three Notch
Master Hip Hopper, Olivia Garrett will kill all the lights except for the ones that make you glow. Wear bright neon’s, whites, and anything that will make you stand out. The crazier the outfit the better. Black-light classes are a blast, so grab your friends and come do some hip-hop! The playlist has all your favorites in it, the best of the best! The party includes a full class, door prizes, a raffle and more! All proceeds go to oneorlando.org. $5 admission.

7/14-7/17: Willy Wonka!
Thursday – Sunday, Chickasaw Civic Theater
The candy man tale comes to life! From Umpa Lumpa’s to crazy kids and their unhealthy vices and golden tickets.. This show is for you! Check website for specific times and go support our local players and director, Jacob Rowe.

7/14-7/17: ADSFR’s Rodeo Weekend Music & Arts Festival
Thursday – Sunday, Dauphin Island.
What goes perfect with a weekend of rodeo fishing? Music and Art, of course! This year the ADSFR is adding a weekend-long party all over Dauphin Island. Different music acts and artist will be at multiple businesses and venues each day. Come out and listen to the sounds of The Mulligan Brothers, Modern Eldorados, Stereo Dogs, Eric Erdman and much more!


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7/15-7/17: 83rd Annual Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo
Friday – Sunday, Dauphin Island.
The Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, a Project of the Mobile Jaycees, is the largest fishing tournament in the world. The ADSFR is a 3-day Captain’s Choice tournament and a Southern Kingfish Association (SKA) sanctioned event. The total awards package is valued up to one million dollars in cash and prizes and anchored by a boat, motor, and trailer packages. The ADSFR has donated over $200,000 to the University of South Alabama Department of Marine Sciences and annually funds academic scholarships. Tickets can be purchased at Academy, Quints and online.

7/16: Blue Angels Air Show
Saturday – 8am, Pensacola Beach
Witness exhilarating stunts and heart-stopping maneuvers at the Blue Angels Air Show. This must-see event features the world-famous Blue Angels performing over Pensacola Beach on Santa Rosa Island. Don’t forget the sunscreen & $1 for the toll bridge. The Blue Angels will perform aerial acrobatics over the Gulf of Mexico during a weekend of high-flying fun!

7/16: Dauphin Street Vault
Saturday – 10am, Lower Dauphin Street
The primary mission of Dauphin Street Vault is to promote health and wellness through athletics. Their secondary mission is to celebrate the awesomeness of pole vaulting and track and field by throwing an amazing block party in its honor. Whether you’re an athlete or not, we hope to see you there! Free to the public, all ages welcome.

7/16: Murder on the Battleship – Murder Mystery Dinner
Saturday – 6:30pm, Azalea Manor
The Mobile Mystery Dinner Players proudly present a twisted tale of murder once again! Come out and play along with this who-dun-it. Full four course meal provided by Naman’s Catering and unlimited wine bar is open all night. Mature audiences only, 21+ event.

7/17: Grease
Sunday – 2:30pm, Saenger Theater
“Grease”, 1978, Musical/Romance – Good girl Sandy (Olivia Newton-John) and greaser Danny (John Travolta) fell in love over the summer. Will they rekindle their romance after unexpectedly discovering they are now in the same high school? Find out what Greased Lightning is really all about! The concession stand will be open for snacks and beverages such as popcorn, sodas, candy, beer, wine and mixed drinks. Tickets available at the box office.

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7/17: Dierks Bentley
Sunday – 7pm, The Amphitheater at The Wharf
Get those cowboy boots out and come on down to The Wharf to check out the new music from Dierks Bentley from his new album, Black. Every ticket comes with a digital download of his new album also! See you there!

7/20: Wonderful Wednesdays
Wednesday – 10:30am, Bellingrath Gardens and Home
This year Bellingrath celebrates it’s 80th anniversary! Join Bellingrath Museum Director Tom McGehee for a closer look at some of the treasures collected by Bessie Bellingrath and the fascinating stories behind them. Prior owners of this beautiful piece of property include Sir Thomas Lipton and the president of the Studebaker Automotive Company. An optional tour of the Bellingrath Home will follow the program.

Upcoming Event:
7/20: Bay Bites Food Truck Festival
Wednesday – 5-8pm, Cooper Riverside Park
Bay Bites IV is back! Hosted by Mobile Baykeeper’s Young Advisory Council (YAC), Bay Bites is a unique opportunity to enjoy a variety of different cuisine from local food trucks, craft beer from Sweetwater, live music, and lawn games on the beautiful riverfront of downtown Mobile at Cooper Riverside Park. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. One ticket includes three beer tokens and access to some of the best food trucks in the area!


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What’s Happening in Mobile the Week of 7/6/2016

Posted by on Jul 6, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Featured Photo: Local musician, Brett LaGrave and his daughter Caroline celebrated the 4th of July the most All-American way possible- a BayBears baseball game and then stayed for the Fireworks show afterwords! The BayBears won and the show in the sky was fantastic! Photo Credit: Brett LaGrave | Facebook.com


Do Some Good!
Have you heard of Ransom Ministries? Ransom Ministries is a local ministry in our area providing homeless and low income members of our community with hot meals, showers, education and job training. A ministry this big is always in need of volunteers to help serve in their cafes and other special events. Click here to find out more about how you can get involved! Keep Doing Good, Mobile!

07/06-07/13: BayBears Home Games
All Week – Hank Aaron Stadium
From Wednesday to Wednesday, our local Mobile BayBears will be in town for home games! Wednesday through Friday, come watch them take down the Pensacola Blue Wahoos then check them out Saturday through next Wednesday go head to head with the Mississippi Braves. Strike Out Domestic Violence Night will be held on Friday July 8th. Pledge $20 for each strikeout by a BayBear pitcher so Penelope House can help end domestic violence!

07/07: Market on the Hill
Thursday – 3-6pm, Lavretta Park
What’s better than letting the kids play while you shop? Market on the Hill couldn’t be more perfectly located at Lavretta Park off Old Shell Rd. Come out and stock up on local produce, honey and baked goods as well as handmade local soaps, lotions and dog treats. Market on the Hill ends July 28th.

07/08: LoDa ArtWalk
Friday – 6-9pm, Lower Dauphin St
It’s the second Friday of the month and you know what that means– Lower Dauphin Street comes alive with Art, Music and Shopping! Restaurants, galleries and retailers are all open late for ArtWalk.

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07/09: ADSFR’s Roy Martin Young Anglers Tournament
Saturday – 5am, Dauphin Island
The Roy Martin Young Anglers Tournament is designed to bring families together and encourage sportsmanship. The tournament takes place on the Saturday before the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo. RMYAT is for children 15 years and younger. This one-day event features 31 categories with prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes in all categories. One Master Angler is awarded. Tickets can be purchased at Academy, Quints or online.

07/09: Market on the Square
Saturday – 7:30-12pm, Cathedral Square
Market on the Square has everything you need on your summer shopping list- fresh, local fruit and veggies, baked goods, homemade jams and jellies, local honey and even treats for your fur babies! Market on the Square Saturdays end the last Saturday in July so make sure you don’t miss out!

07/09: A.J. McCarron Football Camp
Saturday – 8:30am, Baker High School
Local Cincinnati Bengals NFL player, AJ McCarron is holding a FUNdmentals Football Camp at Baker High School for ages 6-14. The goal is to introduce children to football by teaching basic skills in a FUN and energetic environment. Certified clinicians use a series of drills to show passing, catching and running skills in a non-contact setting. Registration is free but space is LIMITED.

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07/10: Summer Classic Movie Series- Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Arc
Sunday – 3pm, Saenger Theater
Come kick off the Summer Classic Movie Series with the timeless classic, Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Arc. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Tickets can be purchased online or at the box office. General Admission is Adult $6, Child (12 & under) $3, Senior (60+) $3. Concession stand will be open!

07/10: Brushes & Bubbly
Sunday – 1pm, Moe’s Original Bar B Que
Brushes and Bubbly is an abstract paint party accompanied by brunch and mimosas! Instructor Suzy Laney will teach you how to complete an abstract painting step by step. Door prizes and raffles! There are no skills required and materials will be provided. Just bring yourself, a friend, and be ready to have a good time! Proceeds will go towards Lifelines Counseling Services to help them achieve their mission.

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What’s Happening in Mobile the Week of 6/29/2016

Posted by on Jun 29, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Featured Photo:  The masterminds behind Mobile’s 251Now put on a great Sunday Sounds show at Alchemy Tavern. The event ran from 2-7pm and featured music from Lisa Mills and Eric Erdman. It was a huge success and we can’t to get the details on next months Sunday Sounds music line-up!  Photo Credit: Alexa Samry | 251Now.com

Do Some Good!
This week we have a challenge for you! It’s HOT outside- we all know it, we feel it and it’s no fun. Especially when you aren’t hydrated. This week we challenge you to pack a small cooler in your car with ice waters and hand them out to people you see working out in the elements or the homeless. You have no idea how this small, simple act can impact others. Keep doing good, Mobile!

6/30: Kids Days in Bienville
Thursday – 10am-1pm, Bienville Square
Bring the kids out to Bienville Square for summertime fun and enjoy live entertainment, arts, crafts and visits from The Dauphin Island Sea Lab, the Mobile Police and Fire-Rescue Departments and much more! Free admission for all!

6/30: Market on the Hill
Thursday – 3-6pm, Lavretta Park
The Summer Market on the Hill is in full swing and has been growing with fresh crop vendors, arts, crafts, handmade goods and baked goods. Bring the kids out and shop while they play!

7/2: Market on the Square
Saturday – 7am-Noon, Cathedral Square
Shop for the freshest crops in Cathedral Square! This time of year is our favorite because you can buy locally grown tomatoes, potatoes, sweet corn, cantaloupes, watermelons, plants and flowers, as well as seafood, baked goods, pastas, casseroles, pies, handcrafted goods and much more. Stay for live music on the green!

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7/2: Smoke on the Coast Party
Saturday – 7pm, Fairways Indoor Golf Club
Get an early start to your Independence Day celebrations Saturday at Fairways Indoor Golf Club! Willie Sugarcapps will be performing live, all the BBQ you could want from a large range of food trucks and a Fireworks display! Don’t miss it!

7/3: Family Movie Night- JAWS
Sunday – 8pm, Dauphin Island West End Beach
Bring the lawn chairs and the popcorn! Jaws will be on the big screen this Sunday at the West End Beach of Dauphin Island! Family friendly event!

7/4: 4th Annual 4th of July Fun Run
Monday – 7:30am, Run-N-Tri Mobile
What better way to start off the day of celebrating our freedom than by running freely through Mobile?! 5K Run/Walk starts at 7:30am, all levels invited to join and admission is FREE! Door prizes, raffles and giveaways for participants!

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7/4: 4th of July Fireworks Celebration
Monday – 5pm, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
Keep the tradition alive and join the rest of Mobile and Baldwin Counties as we watch the magnificent fireworks show from the USS Alabama Battleship Park. You can arrive as early as 5pm, listen to a concert provided by the Mobile Symphonic Pops at 7pm and watch the fireworks at 9pm. $5 admission per car.

07/04-07/08: Mobile BayBears vs. Pensacola Blue Wahoos
Monday-Friday – 7pm, Hank Aaron Stadium.
The Mobile BayBears are set to take on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos all next week and we couldn’t be more excited! Go check out any or all of the games! The BayBears never disappoint- from the great concessions, fireworks and Bay Bear Hill for the kids- it’s sure to be fun night!

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What’s Happening in Mobile, AL the Week of 6/22/2016

Posted by on Jun 22, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Featured Photo:  This week Mayor Stimpson launched the “Meet Mobile” series to meet with small business owners and spotlight their entrepreneurship and investment in the City of Mobile. If you are a small business owner, this is your opportunity to discuss what the City can do to address the challenges you face everyday. If you’re interested in Mayor Stimpson stopping by your office, email Laura Byrne at laura.byrne@cityofmobile.org. Photo Credit: Facebook.com


Do Some Good!
Live in the Mobile area and want to serve with Raise the Roof for a week, but want to sleep in your own bed? Look no further! Raise the Roof is hosting “Love Local,” a 6 day mission and service opportunity in the South Broad Street neighborhood. We will be roofing, laughing, learning, and serving from 7am- 2:30pm most days with fun fellowship and worship offerings in the evenings. Breakfast, lunch and a t-shirt provided. Your $60 registration also goes to cover the cost of materials. Open to all high school and college students, as well as adults. Youth and service groups welcomed! Contact the Raise the Roof Project today for more information! Keep doing good, Mobile!


6/22: Marlowe Shepard
Wednesday – 7pm, The Listening Room.
Marlowe Shepard is in Mobile for one night only to share the new sounds from his Loss Leader Tour. Shepard is a singer-songwriter who has traveled the world with his music. Come check him out and see what everyone is talking about!

6/23-6/27: BayBears vs. Birmingham
Thursday-Monday – Hank Aaron Stadium.
Come out and watch your favorite local baseball team take on the Birmingham Barons all weekend! While your at the game let the kids enjoy a view from the hill and the jumpies! Don’t forget about Baby Bear sightings and fireworks! It’s always a great night at The Hank! Thurs 6:35pm, Fri-Sat 7:05pm, Sun 5:05pm, Mon 6:35pm. See you there!

6/24: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
Friday – 8-10pm, Dauphin Island West End Beach.
Dauphin Island invites you to come enjoy the beautiful weather and have fun at their family friendly movie night! E.T. is the movie of choice and what could be better than watching it from your beach lounger while watching the waves roll in! Free admission.

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6/25: Watermelon 5k and Indoor Festival
Saturday – 8am, Abba Shrine.
Mobile’s first ever Watermelon 5k and Indoor Festival! Come out early and join in on the 5k and Fun Run held at Westside Ball Park. After the outdoor fun ends, go inside at the Abba Shrine where the Watermelon fun begins! The indoor festival is free to those registered for the 5k, and only $5 admission for walk-ins. Enjoy all things watermelon along with vendors, jumpies, face painting and photo booths!

6/25: SouthWest Mobile County Chamber 2016 Golf Tournament
Saturday – 8am, Spring Hill Golf Course.
Get registered for the SouthWest Mobile County Chamber of Commerce 2016 Golf Tournament and Silent Auction! 4 Person Scramble format, loads of on-the-course prizes, door prizes and even a $90,000 Hole-In-One! Registration is $100 per person or $300 per team. Come out and support the Tillman’s Corner Area Leadership Learning (TALL) scholarship program. The fundraiser’s Silent Auction is online and has everything from sports memorabilia to vacation packages. Don’t miss it!

6/25: Distinguished Young Women 59th National Finals
Saturday – 7pm, Mobile Civic Center.
Celebrate 59 years of inspiring young women during the Distinguished Young Women National Finals. Watch as the ten finalists from the Class of 2016 compete in fitness, talent and self-expression. Thousands of scholarship dollars will be awarded and one participant will be named the Distinguished Young Women of America for 2016. Tickets for the Distinguished Young Women Preliminaries and National Finals are $82.50 for all three nights. Individual night tickets are also available. For more information or to purchase tickets call 251.438.3621.

6/25: Screen on the Green – Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Saturday – 8:15pm, Door Field at Spring Hill College.
The Screen on the Green summer movie series continues with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Movie starts at 8:15pm but get there early for free yoga provided by Glow Yoga at 7pm. Smokin’ Gringos, Pizza Hut and Kona Ice will be on site for all your movie snacking needs! Free admission.

6/26: Sunday Sounds
Sunday – 2-7pm, Alchemy Tavern.
251Now’s monthly Sunday Sounds is back in Mobile and we couldn’t be more excited! The line-up is pretty impressive with Lisa Mills, Brandon White, Hannah McFarland and Eric Erdman! Von’s Bistro food truck and Polish Boutique will be there to feed you and update your closet! Sure to be a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon! Open to all ages, free admission.


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6/26: Annual Patriotic Concert
Sunday – 5pm, Tanner Williams United Methodist Church.
Join The Greater Mobile Bay Area Choral Society for their Annual Patriotic Concert! Take a Sunday afternoon drive in the country and join Mobile’s Outstanding SATB Chorus for a stirring program of patriotic and gospel music, followed by an old-fashioned homemade ice cream social! Free admission.

6/28: Social Media & Digital Marketing Summit
Tuesday – 8am, Renaissance Plaza.
The power-team of Cindy Ross of Socialize Your Bizness and Jamey Foster of AEF Media along with the help of Google announce the Social Media & Digital Marketing Summit 2016. Lunch will be provided. Break out sessions during lunch hour. Go ahead, throw your ideas around like beach balls and swap suggestions with other like-minded professionals. We will give you insider tips to industry knowledge that you likely haven’t had access to. General Admission tickets still available!

6/29: Wonderful Wednesdays at Bellingrath
Wednesday – 10:30-11:30am, Bellingrath Gardens and Home.
Bellingrath welcomes you to enjoy Cascade Chrysanthemums, this week’s Wonderful Wednesday topic. Check out the nation’s largest outdoor cascading chrysanthemum display. Get a preview of the colors, shapes and varieties that will be at the gardens this Fall. Free for members, $13 for guests. Reservations Requested!


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What’s Happening in Mobile Father’s Day Weekend 2016

Posted by on Jun 14, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Dragon Boat 2016 _Grant Recipients
Featured Photo: The Fuse Project’s 3rd Annual Dragon Boat Festival raised over $210k. That’s incredible! The festival was a ton of fun but this is really what it’s all about- giving back! Congrats to Bay Minette Middle School, Daphne Kappa League, Fuse Project’s Non-Profit Co-Working Space, NEST of Mobile and Victory Teaching Farms for being the 2016 grant recipients!  Photo Credit: Jeff Nelson Photography


Do Some Good!
PDQ on University Blvd in Mobile is hosting a Family Fun Night for Lifelines Counseling Services on Friday June 17th from 4-8pm. Mention Lifelines when you order and PDQ will generously donate a portion of sales to Lifelines. Fried Chicken Tenders on a Friday Night and do some good?! Yes, please! Keep Doing Good, Mobile!

6/15: Playhouse in the Park Fundraiser
Wednesday – 5:30-8pm, Red or White.
Mobile’s premier youth theater program welcomes the public to their annual wine tasting event. Come out and meet the crew behind the playhouse and what the latest news is for the theater company! Tasting is complimentary. Donations are welcome and tax-exempt.

6/16: Hot Hair Block Party
Thursday – 5:30pm, TMAC’s 2.
The total package party! Get in on the latest in hair, jam out to the sounds of DJ Bella and watch an aerialist while you sip, shop and snack! The Hot Hair Block Party is presented by the Mobile Fashion Council, a one of a kind organization keeping Mobile stylish, ahead of the trends and huge supporters of a things local in fashion!

6/16: Keith Urban
Thursday – 7pm, The Wharf.
Keith Urban is bringing his “Ripcord World Tour” to the Wharf Amphitheater as part of the 2016 C-Spire Concert Series. Special guests Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris will be rocking on stage as well!  

6/17: Fun Fridays at the Fort: Pirate Day
Friday – 10 & 11am, History Museum of Mobile.
The History Museum of Mobile is proud to host Fun Fridays at the Fort. Enjoy crafts, activities and stories for children age 5-10 celebrating Mobile’s unique colonial history at Fort Condé. Sessions are at 10 and 11am. Pirate themed activities- Come decorate paper pirate hats, create your own treasure map and hear the story of the pirate raid on Dauphin Island in 1710. Admission to the event is $1 and spots fill up fast- call 251.208.7569 to make reservations.


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6/18: Mystic Stripers Fishing Rodeo
Saturday – 6am, Dauphin Island Marina.
The largest one day saltwater fishing tournament on the Gulf Coast for both onshore and offshore fishing. Rodeo categories include King Mackerel, Speckled Trout, White Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Bonita, Croaker, Blackdrum, Ling (Cobia), Jack Crevalle, Flounder, Slotted Redfish, Tripletail (Blackfish), Bluefish, Sheepshead & Red Snapper – a total of 15 fish categories. Get your tickets now!

6/18: Race to the River 5K
Saturday – 7:30am, Ft. Conde Village.
While the start and finish lines for the 5K Run and Family Fun Run will be at Ft. Conde Village, the post-race activities, including the awards’ ceremony, will take place along the river in front of GulfQuest. Those festivities will include live music and refreshments, including a local favorite—shrimp and grits, provided by The Galley (GulfQuest’s café)—plus door prizes. All registered race and fun run participants will be entered to win door prizes that include a GulfQuest Family Membership and a child’s GulfQuest birthday party. Get out and race to the river!

6/18: Ride Yellow
Saturday – 7am, Halliday Park Bay Minette.
RIDEYELLOW is an Infirmary Health charity bike ride that begins at Halliday Park in Bay Minette, with a 6-mile tribute ride. Individuals can choose to participate in only the tribute ride or continue by pedaling the 10, 20 (new for 2016), 37 or 62 mile route at their leisure. Rest stops are available along the way and food, beverages and vendor booths are available when riders return to the park.

6/18: Distinguished Young Women Extravaganza
Saturday – 10am, The Shoppes at Bel Air.
It’s your chance to meet each and every one of the 51 state representatives for the Distinguished Young Women competition. Also, Maire Nakada, DYW of America for 2015 will be on site for a meet and greet. This will be a family fun, carnival style event for the whole family!

6/18: The Molly Ringwalds
Saturday – 10:30pm, Soul Kitchen.
The World’s Greatest 80’s Experience- teased hair, wild makeup and the best music from the 80’s. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 day of show. Admission is 18+ and the show is part of the Miller Lite Concert Series.

6/18: Locals Only Fest
Saturday – 11pm, The Brickyard.
The 2nd Annual Locals Only Fest is back again at the Brickyard on Dauphin Street Saturday night! The local artist line-up is quite impressive and includes The Mulligan Brothers, Harrison McInnis Trio, Eric Erdman and Lee Yankie- to name a few! Support our local musicians!

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6/19: Happy Father’s Day
Just a reminder to all fathers everywhere- we love you and thank you for all you do! Take a moment to reach out to your dad, your dad-like figure or a dad-to-be and let them know how much they are appreciated!

6/20: Young Professionals June Social
Monday – 6pm, Ralph & Kacoo’s.
Are you a young professional in the Mobile area? Looking to network with like-minded souls in a non-stuffy atmosphere? This event is for you! Door prizes are on the line, don’t miss out! Bring your business cards.

6/21: Mellow Milers
Tuesday- 6pm, Mellow Mushroom at the Loop.
Come join the Mellow Milers for a 5K through the charming neighborhoods of historic Mobile. Upon returning we will be serving pizza slices and beer! There is no fee, or purchase necessary to participate, so grab the whole family for a nice fun run!


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What’s Happening in Mobile the Week of 6/8-6/15/2016

Posted by on Jun 8, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

We check local calendar events in Mobile, Alabama so you don’t have to. Thank you for using us as your local resource!

Exchange Students
Featured Photo: These students are soon heading to Japan to represent Mobile in an Exchange Program. What an exciting opportunity, you guys will represent us well! Photo Credit: City of Mobile | Facebook.com


Do Some Good!
Lifelines Counseling Services
works to help our youth through different life stages. Having the support of the community through this mission helps ensure our youth can grow to be fruitful citizens. Help us continue our mission of empowering individuals and families in Mobile County. Read about how you can help Lifelines youth programs here or if you would like to make an online donation, click here. Thank you for your continued support of this fantastic resource in our community. Keep Doing Good, Mobile!

6/8: Harry Connick, Jr.
Wednesday – 8pm, Saenger Theater.
Recognized for his live and recorded musical performances and for his achievements on screens large and small, as well as on the Broadway stage, Harry Connick, Jr. has exemplified excellence in every aspect of the entertainment world. Check out his latest tour, “That Would Be Me” and see what everyone is raving about!

6/9: Kids Days in Bienville
Thursday – 10am-1pm, Bienville Square
Bring the kids out to Bienville Square for summertime fun and enjoy live entertainment, arts and crafts and visits from The Dauphin Island Sea Lab, the Mobile Police and Fire-Rescue Departments and much more! Free Admission and fun for all ages!

6/9: 2016 Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale
Thursday – 6-9pm, Azalea Manor.
Local professionals in our community have been competing against each other in some wild and crazy events to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for months! Please join the candidates, survivors, sponsors, campaign teams, friends, family and other LLS supporters at the Grand Finale for the announcement of the Man & Woman of the Year. The evening will include cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres, live music, and a spectacular live and silent auction. All ticket sales and proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Tickets are $50 and cocktail attire is required.

6/9: LODA Fun Run
Thursday – 6pm, Moe’s Original Bar B Que Downtown
The summer series of LODA Fun Runs presented by Fleet Feet Sports is back! Every Thursday runners, walkers and socializers of all levels are welcome to come out, get a run in and stay around for food and beer specials provided by Moe’s Bar B Que.


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6/10-6/12: Flora Bama Fishing Rodeo
Friday-Sunday – Flora-Bama
Join Flora-Bama for their 3rd Annual Fishing Rodeo! The FBFR is a multi-species, recreational and competitive fishing tournament featuring 38 categories with 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place prize packages for each category. A portion of the FBFR ticket sales will be donated to Operation ReConnect – A non profit organization geared to providing combat veterans with well-deserved family vacations. Get your tickets now!

6/10: LODA ArtWalk
Friday – 6-9pm, Downtown Lower Dauphin Street.
Second Fridays in the LoDA Art District have become quite a popular time and place to be! With the LoDa ArtWalk in its 8th year, the event seems to be getting better each month. Join downtown art galleries, institutions, studios and unique shops as they open their doors and welcome you inside to see beautiful artwork, sample delicious foods and hear the sounds of the LoDa Artwalk. This month Cathedral Square Gallery will be hosting “Colors of the Coast” a competition of local artists and their ability to add local flair to their work. Don’t miss it!

6/11: 3rd Annual Dragon Boat Festival
Saturday – 8-4pm, Battleship Memorial Parkway
The Fuse Project has been working hard this year to put on THE BEST Dragon Boat Festival yet! Come out to the Battleship and watch over 70 teams go head to head in 40 foot long Hong Kong style Dragon Boats to win the coveted #1 spot all the while raising tons of money for local non-profits. This family friendly, alcohol free event is sure to be a blast! In addition to watching the races, you can check out food trucks, fashion trucks, a petting zoo, a trackless train, a gyro gym, jumpies for children, pony rides, and all of the wonderful exhibits of The Battleship.

6/11: Killer Beaz
Saturday – 7&9pm, Azalea Manor.
Legendary comedian Killer Beaz returns to The Azalea Manor with his brand of “Laugh out Loud” comedy.  Beaz says about his shows, “I love my job! I just love making people belly laugh, and seeing the room absolutely erupt in laughter and fun, it’s fun to me.”  Killer Beaz is currently touring with his most recent release, “Don’t Ever Touch Anybody You Don’t Know!”  With thousands of radio, television and stage appearances, Beaz has been entertaining audiences for over two decades.  Get tickets before they sell out!


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6/12: Market at the Pillars
Sunday – 12-4pm, The Pillars of Mobile
The Market at the Pillars is back! This month’s vendors are sure to wow you! Looking for that perfect Father’s Day gift? You will no doubt find it here! Local boutiques, food vendors, artists, makers and more!

6/12: Distinguished Young Women’s Arrival Ceremony
Sunday – 3pm, Mobile Civic Center
Distinguished Young Women is a unique program that combines scholarship opportunities and Life Skills Training to talented young women all over the country. These beautiful ladies have the grades, the charm, the determination and talent and bring them together to compete here locally and we couldn’t be more excited about their arrival! Come welcome them to our beautiful Mobile this Sunday- Bring banners and your smiling faces!!

6/12: Kirk Franklin
Sunday – 7:30pm, Saenger Theater.
For nearly two decades now, Kirk Franklin has been a multi-platinum-selling purveyor of majestic fusions of gospel and contemporary music, and a mirror of Christian humanity boldly reflecting what one faith walking man can accomplish when he focuses on God and taps deep into the gifts He gives. Come see this Grammy award winner live!

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What’s Happening in Mobile June 1-June 8th, 2016

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Battleship Womens Rugby
Featured Photo: The Battleship Women’s Rugby team won the the Seersucker Sevens Tournament this weekend at the the USS Alabama. The team went undefeated in the first tournament of the 7’s season. Go Girls!! Want to play? They are now welcoming new members, click here for more info! Photo Credit: Battleship Women’s Rugby | Facebook.com


Do Some Good!
Victory Health Partners 
has been providing health care to low income uninsured members of our community for over a decade. To help these services continue in our area, Victory needs your help! For every $1 donated, $20 in medical care is given to someone in need. You can be a life saving hero and donate here. Would you rather get hands on and volunteer? Great, click here for more info! Keep Doing Good, Mobile!

06/01: All 4 Run – National Running Day
Wednesday – 6:15pm, Moe’s Bar B Que Downtown
Fleet Feet’s summer running series is back, just in time for National Running Day! Everyone and anyone of all ages are welcome to join in on the run! After the run, Moe’s will have specials available for participants including an All 4 Run pint glass- first come, first serve!

06/02: Cajun Cornhole Classic
Thursday – 5:30pm, Cathedral Square
Sponsored by Budweiser Busch Distributing and Rolling Rock, the 2nd annual Cajun Cornhole Classic in Cathedral Square might just be the liveliest fundraiser in town! Form a two-man team to help raise money in this tournament open to all ages. The proceeds will benefit Springboard to Success, the non-profit that manages the Urban Emporium, Mobile’s retail incubator. There’s even a $200 cash prize for the overall winning team and some great downtown swag for the team the with best name. $75 per team entry fee.

06/03: National Doughnut Day
Friday – All day – Krispy Kreme Locations
Quite possibly the sweetest day of the year! Don’t miss out on what everyone else is getting out of bed a bit earlier for! All Krispy Kreme customers will receive a FREE doughnut of any variety. We will certainly see you there!

06/03: 2016 Coastal Seafood Craze
Friday – 5-7pm, Hank Aaron Stadium
The Coastal Seafood Craze invites local restaurants to feature dishes made with locally caught seafood.  Gulf Coast seafood is an important part of our local culture, and we need to do everything we can to support and celebrate it.  Come enjoy the best of what our local waters have to offer while enjoying a great American pastime! Tickets are $25 per person.



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06/03: Mobile BayBears VS Pensacola Blue Wahoos
Friday – 7:05pm, Hank Aaron Stadium
Come out to support the 20th season of our homegrown BayBears as they take on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos. This game is extra special as it is also “Survivor Celebration Night” presented by Southern Cancer Center. Come out and honor our local cancer survivors, enjoy a photo booth, free giveaways, treats and fireworks!

06/04: Kyser Miree Fishing Tournament
Saturday – 5am, The Wharf
The Kyser Miree Memorial Fishing Tournament is a fundraiser for transitional housing and vocational training for a family at Wilmer Hall Children’s Home and to benefit the Kyser Miree Memorial Scholarship Fund. The tournament is open to all ages and the prizes are pretty sweet! Be a part of a great way to remember Kyser Miree.

06/04: 12th Annual Publix Grandman Triathlon
Saturday – 7am, Fairhope Municipal Pier
The 12th Annual Publix Grandman Triathlon consists of 1/3-mile swim, 18 mile bike ride, and 5K run along the shore of Mobile Bay in Fairhope, AL. The event features between 700-800 racers and requires between 100-150 volunteers. Proceeds from the race benefit three local nonprofit organizations: Mobile Baykeeper, Gulf Coast Area Triathletes, and myTeam Triumph: Southern Alabama. Register to be a racer or sign up to be a volunteer instead!

06/06: Farm to Table
Monday – 6-8pm, Sessions Farm Market
Sponsored by the Mobile County Office of The Alabama Cooperative Extension System in partnership with the Master Gardener Program, The Farm to Table dinner seeks to connect local growers, restaurant chefs, and consumers in one network. Chefs and growers are excited to provide full servings of dishes prepared from locally grown produce. It’s going to be a delicious evening! Tickets are $60 per person.

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06/07: The Steeple – Open House
Tuesday – 5-7pm, The Steeple
The construction is coming to a close, the lights are about to be turned back on, and The Steeple is almost open for business! Come check out the new and improved space! Enjoy live entertainment and a drink as you explore the newest venue in town! This event is free and open to the public.

06/07: Weird Al Yankovic- The Mandatory World Tour
Tuesday – 6pm, Saenger Theater
The highest selling comedy recording artist in history and a pop culture icon, Weird Al Yankovic, is coming to the Saenger! Now in his fourth career decade as America’s foremost song parodist, he has been honored with four Grammy® Awards and fifteen nominations, including his most recent win in 2015 for Mandatory Fun, the first-ever comedy album in history to debut at #1 on the Billboard charts. Don’t miss him LIVE! Regular and VIP tickets still available!

06/08: Kids Gulf Discovery Day 2016
Wednesday – 9am-12pm, Bellingrath Gardens and Home
Learn about the wonders and biodiversity of the Gulf Coast from a variety of environmental organizations throughout the region at Bellingrath’s kid-focused Wonderful Wednesday program! Enjoy the Raptor Road Show from the Environmental Studies Center and take a cruise on Fowl River with Delta Safaris. Cruise times are booking quickly– make reservations today!

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What’s Happening in Mobile, AL Memorial Day Weekend 2016

Posted by on May 25, 2016 in RunDown | No Comments

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Dog Park
Featured Photo: Mayor Sandy Stimpson is excited about the new dog parks coming to town and we are too! Dog parks are a great way for communities to get together and pets to socialize! Photo Credit: Facebook.com | Sandy Stimpson

Do Some Good!
McKemie Place needs YOUR help! This week’s #Wishlist includes bleach, laundry detergent, 33-gallon trash bags, paper goods (plates, cups, napkins), hand sanitizer, hand soap, Ziploc bags (quart and gallon-sized), aluminum foil, cleaning supplies, socks, and Ladies’ underwear (all sizes). Follow McKemie Place on Instagram and Twitter (McKemiePlace) and like them on Facebook. You can also donate securely online here. No donation is too small to help them do BIG work in their Guests lives!

05/25: Ladies Night & Merry Market
Wednesday – 6-10pm, The Merry Widow
Grab your friends and join The Merry Widow for cocktails and shopping at this month’s Ladies Night! Local vendors will be set up for your shopping pleasure and drink specials will be on hand for your drinking pleasure! Free admission. 21+ event.

05/25: BayBears VS. Biloxi
Wednesday – 6:35pm, Hank Aaron Stadium
Take me out to the ball game! The Mobile BayBears are set to take on Biloxi this week. It’s $1 Wednesday and select concessions are $1 the entire night! Come out to enjoy some of the best food you’ve ever had and maybe even time with Baby Bear!

05/26: Market on the Hill
Thursday – 3-6pm, Lavretta Park.
This Thursday kicks off the Market on the Hill that will run Thursdays until the end of July. The Market is the place to go for late spring/early summer fruits and veggies, baked goods and hand-made crafts! Free admission.

05/27-05/29: Mobicon- Mobile Comic Con 2016
Friday-Sunday- Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel
Don’t miss out on Mobile’s only 3-day convention for comic book, fantasy, science fiction, anime and gaming fans! Open to all ages!

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05/28: Seersucker Sevens Tournament
Saturday – 10am, USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
Come out and watch Rugby teams of all ages go toe to toe at the Seersucker Sevens Tournament presented by Mobile Sports Authority. Help build the Rugby community in our area– yes, we have a Rugby community and it’s soon to be a common sport in Mobile. Kids love it, adults love it! You will too!

05/28: Lucerno and The Underhill Family Orchestra
Saturday – 9pm, The Merry Widow
Lucero is an alt-country/punk rock band from Memphis, TN. Formed in 1998, the six-piece has built its reputation on writing sing-along songs about small town life and love, putting a modern edge on classic Americana subjects. The Underhill Family Orchestra is an enthusiastic rock-n-roll local favorite from right here in Mobile. 21+ event.

05/29: Sunday Sunset Concert
Sunday – 6-8pm, West End Beach Dauphin Island
Can you think of a better view of the sunset than from the sandy beaches of Dauphin Island? We can’t either! Starting this Sunday, concerts will be held each Sunday throughout the summer. Bring your lawnchairs and beverages to relax and let the view and sounds blow your mind!  

05/29: K. Michelle
Sunday – 7:30, Mobile Civic Center
K. Michelle “More Issues than Vogue” Tour.  Atlantic recording artist K. Michelle continues to reign over the Billboard charts; debuting at #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Chart – for the 3rd time and #2 on Billboard’s Top 200, with her third full-length album “MORE ISSUES THAN VOGUE.” This marks K. Michelle’s third consecutive #1 album on the R&B charts. Tickets selling out fast, get yours today!


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05/30: Mobile Symphonic Pops Memorial Day Concert
Monday – 7pm, Medal of Honor Park (Cottage Hill Park)
The very best way to spend Memorial Day night! Please join The Mobile Pops as they honor our country and service men and women, particularly those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Feel free to bring your favorite drinks or snacks and your own seating (chairs or blanket) and enjoy the concert!

05/31: Jimmy Buffett
Tuesday – 8pm, The Wharf
Going to Orange Beach for Memorial Day? Stay an extra day and get your Margarita’s ready! Jimmy Buffett is coming to The Wharf and there is no better way to say “Hello Summer” like a Buffett concert. Tickets are limited, snag one while you can!

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