RSVP Montgomery



OCT 23rd
Zoo Boo
Time: 6-9 pm

OCT 24th
Bill Cosby at Montgomery Performing Arts Center
Time: 8 pm

OCT 25th
The Chapel Market
Time: 9 am- 4 pm -

OCT 29th
ZZ Top at MPAC
Time: 7:30 pm

OCT 30th
Dracula...A Ballet to Die For
Time: Times Vary -

OCT 31st
Celebrate Halloween in Hampstead!
Time: Times Vary -

NOV 1st
Black Jacket Symphony presents Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”
Time: 8 pm

NOV 1st
MISTLETOE
Time: 2:30 pm

NOV 1st
Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair
Time: 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. -

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Cover Story

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014

Ask most Montgomerians what Oktoberfest is all about and the common answer will be "BEER." The stereotypical image of a buxom German waitress delivering frothy mugs of brew has become symbolic of the word "Oktoberfest" in our culture. But over the past few decades, this highly-imitated party has morphed from a folksy Bavarian beer festival into the world's largest and most famous "Fun Fair" with an activity playlist now loaded with all types of hits. Nevertheless....Oktoberfest is still about the BEER!

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Reply Yes

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014

Game day is more than a sporting event. Southern girls know how to rock a game day outfit and it doesn't mean breaking out the jeans, T-shirts, and football jerseys. That’s right, team loyalty is always in fashion and Southern belles take game-day attire to a whole different level as they strategically combine jewelry, dresses and boots in anticipation of these Saturday afternoons. Game day shipments are arriving and we asked our favorite local boutiques to show us some of the looks that we might see on the holy turf this season!

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Now Hear This

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014

As a little girl growing up in Bulgaria, Delyana Lazarova was enchanted with both music and theatre, but even she did not know at such an early age the success that awaited her in the world of classical music. Delyana was born in Plodiv, Bulgaria; a province considered by many to be one of the cultural hubs of the country. Her father works in journalism, and her mother was (and still is) a pianist and composer for the theatre. Delyana spent many of her formative years in the theatre, and quickly memorized every line of the plays she watched in rehearsals. It was during this period that Delyana says she developed her passion for music and theatre.

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Connections

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014

A season of change has come for the Southeastern Conference. Gone is the Bowl Championship Series, which the league dominated. Gone is perhaps the best stable of senior quarterbacks the south has ever seen. And with that, perhaps prematurely, gone is the thought nationally that the SEC will remain “the king of the hill.”

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In Motion

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014

Kid One Transport System is in the business of moving children, and now it’s asking you to get moving for children. Founded in 1997, Kid One provides free rides to health care appointments for children and expectant mothers with little or no means of transportation. It’s the only nonprofit of its kind in Alabama and among a few similar organizations nationwide. In 17 years, Kid One has completed more than 275,000 transports covering hundreds of thousands of miles. And now, Kid One wants you to add mileage to your physical odometer by participating in the Transporter Triathlon on September 13, 2014, at The Waters in Pike Road, Alabama.

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