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National Dance Day on the streets of Downtown Mobile!
(photo courtesy of Katrina Kiefer Photography)
July 31: Drink & Draw:
FOS Comics, Azalea Rd: 6+ comic artists from the Mobile area will create spontaneous pieces right before your eyes! Then you can buy your favorite artwork created! Starts at 7PM.
July 31: Student Jazz Camp:
Mobile, History Museum of Mobile: Jazz Camp for ages 8 through 18 this Wednesday. Oh yeah, and it’s Free.
August 1: Family Game Night:
Saraland, Public Library: What activity, task, or game most brings out your competitive streak? Come out to Family Game Night for a night of fun and friendly competition. Oh, and it’s free!
August 1: It’s a Small World & I Have a Dream:
Downtown, Mobile Arts Council: Come view three exciting exhibits including works by community members depicting their dreams for Mobile! Free event!
August 1: Glass with Class:
Mobile, 300 Oakleigh Place: Enjoy wine and food while learning how to paint your own wine glass. Class starts at 6:30, Tickets are $25.
August 2 – August 11: Oliver! The Musical:
Mobile, Playhouse in the Park: Over 100 actors take part in this classic musical that’s game for all ages. Shows are on Friday, Saturday, and Sundays. Reservations Recommended.
August 2: Bienville Square Jazzbag:
Downtown Mobile, Bienville Square: 2013 Gulf Coast Ethnic & Heritage Jazz Festival described as “one of the finest & most original” begins at noon. This contemporary pop-jazz fusion is Free!
August 2: First Friday Artwalk:
Downtown Fairhope, Eastern Shore Art Center: Be one of the first to see the exhibit openings while enjoying refreshments & live entertainment. Be sure to check out the participating venues!
August 3: Comedy Whatever:
Mobile, St. Alchemy Tavern: Need a good laugh? Comedians from Atlanta and Mobile are teaming up to bring you some rumbling in your belly. For 21+, tickets $5. Starts at 10 PM.
August 3: Little Flower Petal & Dash Duathlon:
Mobile, Little Flower Church: Hone in on your running and biking skills by participating in this 5k dash and 10 mile bike ride! All for a good cause. Proceeds benefit Little Flower Church.
August 6: Chicken With Plums:
Mobile, Ben May Public LIbrary: The Foreign Film Festival kicks off with the viewing of a 2011 French comedy/drama at 6 PM. Rating: PG-13. And it’s free!
August 6: Auditions for Annie, Jr:
Fairhope, Eastern Shore Repertory Theatre: Calling all 3rd to 12th graders plus 1st and 2nd grade girls! Performances will begin on October 31st to November 2nd!
August 7: The Last Reef: Cities Beneath the Sea:
Downtown Mobile, Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center: This IMAX film is receiving raving reviews! Grab a friend and discover “The Last Reef”! Check website for viewing times.