IN THIS WEEK’S RUNDOWN: Can it Y’all & Carnival Cruise

Good deeds go a long way. Over the next few weeks, the city will be working with Mobile Baykeepers to host and promote “Can It Ya’ll”. A cleanup challenge to promote a fun way of keeping our watershed clean.

Mobile Baykeepers will take care of the supplies that you need. All you have to do is bring your crew with you.

Have you heard? The Carnival Cruises are set to resume cruises out of the Port of Mobile on Oct. 21. This move can greatly help the city’s economy and bring the community forward.

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A Few Of This Week’s Events

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Join the Mobile Public Library for an exciting outdoor program Tails & Tales Summer Reading Celebration Nine teams from across the United States — including the host Alabama Rawdogs — will join the island nation of Curacao to determine the best 16 to 18-year-old team in the Babe Ruth World Series.

07/28: Wonderful Wednesdays At Bellingrath: Life In Mobile During The Civil War
Wednesday @ 410:30 am – 11:30 am, Bellingrath Gardens
Paula Webb, a tenured librarian at the University of South Alabama, will discuss her research on Mobile’s history during the Civil War.

07/29: Sweet Summer Series: Weekly Pop-Up Performances
Thursday @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Cathedral Square
Join us every Thursday of the summer for the Sweet Summer Series! Each week will feature a local performance group for a free event in Cathedral Square. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, takeout from a local downtown restaurant, and your friends and family!

07/31: Mobile Arts Council: July Extended Gallery Hours
Saturday @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Mobile Arts Council
This month, the Mobile Art Council (MAC) is hosting three new exhibitions: “A Creative Coming of Age Show” by Malaya Bengel, “Coastal Creations & Other Works” by Curtis J. Giarrusso, and “VibRaNtaKe” by CJ Foster.

Check out our event page for more details!

Do Some Good Mobile

The 2021 Do Some Good Mobile Magazine is out. You’ll find it at local businesses or your favorite non-profit organization. You can also read the digital version by clicking here. We’re also starting an interview series with the organizations featured in this year’s magazine. Watch or listen to our latest interview below.

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