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Get active and have fun in Montgomery this week

"Luca" will be shown Monday at Montgomery's Riverwalk Amphitheater.

We’re filled with household enjoyable this week, with a giant dose of artwork appreciation. 

Film Mondays screening ‘Luca’ at amphitheater

There’s one thing sort of fishy about Monday’s film at Riverfront Amphitheater. Film Mondays, introduced by Guardian Credit score Union, is screening the Disney Pixar movie “Luca.” It is a story of two mercreature boys who simply need to have enjoyable on land. The film begins at nightfall. Distributors will likely be on web site, however picnics are welcome. Carry chairs and blankets. Enter the park via the downtown Montgomery tunnel on Commerce Road.

Get into the Montgomery Zoo for half value

Tuesday is half-price admission at the Montgomery Zoo.

Need to go to the Montgomery Zoo, 2301 Coliseum Parkway, and save a little bit inexperienced? Thrifty Tuesdays proceed to supply half-price admission. It’s a must to purchase them in particular person Tuesday between midday and 4 p.m. You can also’t mix this with every other reductions or coupon. So get wild about financial savings and go to the zoo. 

Paint your pets artwork class in Pike Highway

Pet owners who want to create portraits of their current furry friends can attend a July 20-21 painting workshop led by artist Steven Davis.

Sit, roll over… now stand completely nonetheless whereas we paint you. Steven Davis will lead a pet portrait portray workshop Wednesday and Thursday, courtesy of the Pike Highway Arts Council. That is simply in time for all the oldsters who simply attended their pet adoption occasion. It is occurring on the Arts Heart, 944 Wallahatchie Highway. Ship an e-mail to coordinator Patty Payne at patty@pikeroad.us to register. There’s additionally extra festive pet enjoyable forward on Saturday. Get pet pictures with Santa from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bye Bye Birdie: The Musical opens Thursday 

Bye Bye Birdie opens July 21 at the Millbrook Community Players.

Performances open Thursday for Bye Bye Birdie: The Musical, and can run via July 31 at Millbrook Group Gamers, 5720 Essential St., Millbrook. It options music by Charles Strouse and lyrics by Lee Adams, and is predicated on the e book by Michael Stewart. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12. millbrooktheater.com.

Montgomery Biscuits giveaways and fireworks for Gump Weekend

The Montgomery Biscuits are giving away Greenbow Biscuits jerseys Friday during Gump Weekend.

We’re taking a step into the “Forrest Gump” universe this weekend in Montgomery:

  • Greenbow Biscuits Duplicate Jersey Giveaway: The Montgomery Biscuits are gifting away 1,000 grownup measurement Greenbow Biscuits jerseys to first 1,000 followers 15 and older at Riverwalk Stadium on Friday. Sport begins at at 6:35 p.m.
  • Health Evening & MAX Fireworks: the Biscuits will host evening stuffed with video games at Riverwalk Stadium on Saturday, with the sport beginning at 6:05 p.m. MAX Fireworks after the sport. 
  • Youngsters Duplicate Jersey Giveaway: The Biscuits gifting away children reproduction jerseys to first 500 followers 14 and below at Riverwalk Stadium on Sunday. The sport begins at 3:33 p.m. 

Get tickets on-line at biscuitsbaseball.com.

Extra Backyard Glow jazz, gospel

Coleman Woodson III performs Friday at ASF's Garden Glow.

The third and ultimate Backyard Glow for the month is a jazz and gospel evening that includes Coleman Woodson III. It is all occurring on the Shakespeare Backyard, to the proper of Alabama Shakespeare Pageant in Montgomery’s Blount Cultural Park. Normal admission tickets are $10, and will be bought on-line at asf.net/garden-glow. Packages with admission and a charcuterie field or cheese field can be found for $30, however should be pre-ordered by 2 p.m. Thursday. Gates open Friday at 6:30 p.m., and the music begins at 7 p.m. Friends are inspired to deliver blankets and garden chairs. 

Colour Run/Stroll on Saturday

The Move MGM Color Run/Walk is Saturday at the YMCA soccer complex.

An entire bunch of colourful household enjoyable is forward Saturday on the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complicated, 300 Brown Springs Highway, Montgomery. Transfer MGM is presenting the Colour Run/Stroll, an enormous transfer and groove exercise. Friends will get to run via showers of shade. Together with the colour run, there will likely be Zumba, Hip-Hop Xtreme, and yoga. Join free on-line at movemgm.com/mgmevents.

River and Blues Music & Arts Pageant returns to Wetumpka

Nathan Williams & The Zydeco Cha Chas will perform Saturday at Wetumpka's River and Blues Music & Arts Festival.

We’re all in for a giant ol’ day of music Saturday in downtown Wetumpka, and it is free! Music begins at 5 p.m. with The Lo-Fi Loungers. The Jukebox Brass Band is from 6-7 p.m., adopted by BonBon Vivant from 7:15 to 9 p.m. The night caps off with Nathan Williams and the Zydeco Cha-Chas, on stage from 9:15 till 11 p.m. There will likely be an arts present, a child zone, and meals distributors will likely be there. Admission is free. Coolers and chairs are welcome. wetumpkaal.gov/events/river-and-blues-music-arts-festival

MAMA’s president Alesia Gilliland wants your assist

Alicia Gilliland, president of the Montgomery Area Musicians Association.

Alicia Gilliland, president of the Montgomery Space Musicians Affiliation, is going through some critical well being points. She’s an individual who has volunteered to boost consciousness and funds for Montgomery space musicians. She’s helped youths expertise the enjoyment of studying music. Now she wants assist, On Sunday from 4-7 p.m. at Sinclair’s East, 7847 Vaughn Highway in Montgomery, they will have an evening of music from OTI and Bama Sound. Donations will likely be accepted for Gilliland’s care. Donations will also be made on-line at montgomerymusicians.org. MAMA is a charitable group, and all donations are tax deductible. 

Stars on the Riverfront opens Sunday

Stars on the Riverfront from Alabama Dance Theatre returns to Montgomery's Riverwalk Amphitheater.

Superb dance performances, start Sunday beside the Alabama River from the Alabama Dance Theatre. Stars on the Riverfront is occurring at Riverwalk Amphitheater. These are free performances for audiences of all ages, carried out by ADT’s Summer season Intensive College students. It options unique, new items by each visitor and resident choreographers. Viewers members can deliver a picnic, or get pleasure from one of many meals vans on web site — Kona Ice, That’s My Canine, and Streetside Eats. Gates open at 6 p.m, with performances beginning at 7:30 p.m.  Enter the park via the downtown Montgomery tunnel on Commerce Road. Go to alabamadancetheatre.com or name 334-625-2590.

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