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2/13: Chemoflage Programs for New Cancer Patients:
University of South Alabama Faculty Club, Mobile, AL: USA Mitchell Cancer Institute is sponsoring Chemoflage, LLC, an event for women who have recently been diagnosed with cancer and are beginning chemotherapy. Participants will learn about a variety of topics, including nutrition, relaxation techniques and emotional challenges. Complimentary lunch will be offered.
2/13: Craig Morgan Concert:
Saenger Theatre: There is no one like him. Craig Morgan’s resume is one of the most varied and impressive on earth–soldier, sheriff’s deputy, EMT, adventurer, TV host, motocross racer, outdoorsman, farmer, family man. And then there is the career that ties it all together! Tickets on sale now!
2/13: Government Street Forum:
Government St Presbyterian Church: The Government Street Forum is lunch and a speaker on Thursdays. Lunch costs $7 and is served at noon; the forum begins at 12:30 p.m. No charge to attend the forum. This Thursday’s speaker is Roberta Swann, Director, Mobile Bay National Estuary Program
2/14: Grand Hotel Beverage Academy:
Marriott Grand Hotel Resort, Spa, & Golf Club, Point Clear: Love is in the air. On V-day explore the history of the holiday and learn how to incorporate chocolate and strawberries into cocktails, featuring Strawberry Mojito and The Chocolate-Lovers Margarita. This is a great class for couples & it costs $10! (Hint, hint… guys!)
2/14: “The Sound of Music”:
Chickasaw Civic Theatre: Chickasaw Civic Theatre remakes Rodgers and Hammerstein’s iconic tale, featuring lyrical darlings like “My Favorite Things,” “So Long, Farewell” and “Do Re Mi.” Showtime is at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $15!
2/14: AntiValentine’s Day Party:
O’Daly’s Irish Pub: Not into the Valentine’s mooshy gooshy? Want to get mingle with other single friends? O’Daly’s is having an ANTI-V-Day party! Oak & Ash performing on stage! No cover to get in.
2/15: Mardi Gras Parades:
Downtown Mobile: Beginning at 2:30 PM, Bayport Parading Society will kick off the day with a parade on Route A. Then later at 6:30 PM, Pharaohs, Order of Hebe, Conde Explorers will end the night with a parade on the same route.
2/15: Chili for Charity:
Oak Hollow Farm, 14120 S. Greeno Road, Fairhope: Beginning at 11:30am, eat chili, ride a mechanical bull, view antique tractors, taste homemade baked goods, and enjoy live music! Inflatables, hay rides and balloon animals available for kids! All funds raised benefit the Ecumenical Ministries of Baldwin County, a faith-based organization that improves the quality of life of residents in Baldwin County.
2/15: McKemie Place Emergency Fundraiser:
Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds: Emergency Fundraiser Benefiting McKemie Place, the region’s only shelter for single homeless women. $5,000 Grand Prize Cash Bash, Dress Casual • Donation $100.00 (includes one raffle entry and 2 entry tickets to event) Music, Dinner, and Drawing Included With Ticket Purchase!
2/19: Mental Health First Aid Training:
Housing First, 73 Azalea Road: Mental Health First Aid is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning sign of mental illnesses, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common supports. The training starts at 8:00am and goes until 4:30pm.
Upcoming event: Go Kickball Spring Season!
Sage Park in Mobile and _______ Park in Daphne: Registration ends on March 10th and the season starts on March 20th. This 8-week season will be filled with fastballs and base stealin’ all the while having the premier social experience with a 1,000 of your closest friends!