We check for things to do in Mobile, AL on over 30 local websites so that you don’t have to…
Want your friends to know about us? Forward them this and send them here so that they can get our weekly event list too.
11/21: Fairhope Tree Lighting Celebration:
Downtown Fairhope: Kick off the holiday season with the beautiful lights in downtown Fairhope!
11/21: USA Mitchell Cancer Institute’s Celebrate Hope Gala:
USA Mitchell Cancer Institute: It’s the 5th Anniversary of Celebrate Hope! The event features celebrity chefs, wine pairings, dessert and music provided by nationally-recognized band Tayo Reed. This year, New Orleans Celebrity Chef John Besh will be the featured chef presenter!
15 PLACE, Mobile: In celebration of National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness week, come dine on celebrity chef’s signature soups, dance to BAY RUNNERS band enjoy adult beverages, & bid on original art in a silent auction! All proceeds go to 15 PLACE, the multi-Service Center for the Homeless in downtown Mobile!
11/22-24: Port City Craftsmen 2013 Fall Show:
Abba Shriners Temple, Mobile: 2013 Fall Arts and Crafts Show has been set for Nov. 22, 23, and 24. The perfect way to start your Holiday shopping! 80+ local and regional arts and crafters. Don’t want to miss it!
11/22-23: Christmas Spectacular:
Dauphin Way Baptist Church: The University of Mobile Center for Performing Arts presents a concert of classic holiday songs. Featuring more than 200 singers and an orchestra of 100, this show is a wonderful celebration of the Christmas season. And this group is REALLY good!!
11/23: Mobile International Festival:
Mobile Civic Center: The Mobile International Festival will mark their 30th Anniversary this year! The Festival’s theme is “Roots…the Journey.” Festival members’ cultural exhibits, food booths, and entertainment will treat visitors to their own personal and unique journeys from their homeland to Mobile.
11/23: Run you Stasch Off 5k:
O’Daly’s Irish Pub., Mobile: The 5-K course starts downtown & runs through parts of midtown. Proceeds benefit movember.com & Ronald McDonald House of Mobile. The post-race party will include live music from Dirty Dozen Brass Band & the Rotaract of Mobile 2nd Annual Corn Hole Tournament!
11/23: St. Jude Give thanks. Walk:
Eastern Shore Centre: The walk starts in front of Wintzell’s and registration is FREE! Donations are encouraged to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “In a single day we will come together to help St. Jude change the way the world treats childhood cancer.” Family-friendly event!
11/24: A Musical Nativity – By John Rutter & Charlie Brown:
Government Street Presbyterian Church: The Greater Mobile Bay Area Choral Society, the Spring Hill College Chorale, and the Boys & Girls Honors Chorus of Lower AL present a concert featuring both secular works including music from the “Peanuts Christmas” shows and other classic favorites and a sacred depiction of the Nativity as seen and heard through the compositions of Sir John Rutter.
11/27: Give Thanks at Moe’s BBQ:
Moe’s BBQ, Mobile: Come on out to celebrate Thanksgiving week with some great live music featuring Sweet Jimmy Carter & the Outlaws, Allie Logan, and Eric Lindell! And if you need Moe’s to do the cooking for you, they’ll do it! Birds, sides, and more!