RSVP Montgomery



NOV 24th
Live & Listen's FUNKSGIVING
Time: 4 pm

DEC 3rd
Hampstead Food Truck Take Over
Time: Noon - 3 pm

DEC 16th
Camellia Bowl
Time: 4:30 pm

DEC 31st
Downtown New Year’s Eve Celebration
Time: 10 pm - 12:30 am

DEC 31st
New Year's Eve Cruise
Time: 10 pm - 12:30 am

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Connections

Escapeology

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2017

You have sixty minutes. Sixty minutes to find clues, solves puzzles and riddles, and escape. ESCAPOLOGY, a new interactive gaming experience that opened in Montgomery on May 10th, is bringing people together as they act like sleuths, like Sherlock Holmes doing his best investigative work to break out of Budapest or Hong Kong.


Serquest

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017

How often do you see a Facebook post with friends looking for recommendations for a reliable plumber, babysitter, graphic designer or some other service? Most people know that searching on the internet will only get us the names of the companies that paid the most to the search engines so we rely on people we know and trust to share their positive experiences in order to reduce the risk of making a bad decision. Let’s face it, none of us want to choose the wrong provider when it comes to our health, home, kids or pets.


A Cultural Experience

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

It might be one of the River Region’s best-kept secrets. For others, it’s become a well-known and almost legendary way for members of our community to give back. Since the time of World War II, Maxwell Air Force Base has been lending a hand to international students enrolled in the International Officer School at Air University (AU). What began as a collaboration between the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce and AU, originally known as the International Sponsor Program, has now transformed into the Alabama Goodwill Ambassador Program that helps countless international students from over 80 countries better understand life in the state’s capital. The AGA program is not only a pivotal way for civilians to help students acclimate to life overseas, but it allows for volunteers to be introduced to new people and cultures and serves as a way to make long-lasting relationships that are fostered for years to come.


Emerge

MARCH/APRIL 2014

Like peanut butter and jelly, bread and butter, and coffee and doughnuts, some things just go together; that’s why we’re thrilled to announce RSVP’s partnership with EMERGE Montgomery, which is the premiere organization for young professionals to connect with each other and the community.


Flavor Meets Friendship

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2015

This was not your typical Monday night dinner, nor did it end in our usual banter. While our group is no stranger to bold and savory characters, we joined together for a tasting at the Vintage Olive in Peppertree Shopping Center to learn how to amp up the usual suspects in any meal.


SEC Predictions

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.”


Better Check the Biscuits

JULY/AUGUST 2014

Growing up in the small town of Lapine, Alabama (about 30 miles south of Montgomery), my summers were not easily filled with fun activities. Sure, we found ways to have fun – like digging a hole in the backyard and filling it with the water hose, essentially creating our own “pond.” It was a pool or a pond really, depending on what was good for us at that particular time. Such creativity wasn’t always appreciated by the parents, but we had to find our own entertainment.


Better Check the Biscuits

JULY/AUGUST 2014

Growing up in the small town of Lapine, Alabama (about 30 miles south of Montgomery), my summers were not easily filled with fun activities. Sure, we found ways to have fun – like digging a hole in the backyard and filling it with the water hose, essentially creating our own “pond.” It was a pool or a pond really, depending on what was good for us at that particular time. Such creativity wasn’t always appreciated by the parents, but we had to find our own entertainment.


Cloverdale Annual Events

MARCH/APRIL 2014

There are many events and attractions that make Cloverdale a unique community. Already known for its early 1900's architecture and history, the city is consistently updating and expanding to make this historic neighborhood a great one to live and thrive in today!


Get Kitchen Savvy

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2014

Whether you have minimal experience in the kitchen or you’re a veteran chef, the culinary arts are exciting to explore in all areas. Food has a way of reinventing itself for everyone, and people are constantly looking for new ways to spice it up in the kitchen. Consider Food Network attracted its largest audience last year (averaging 1.1 million viewers a night), a simple App Store search turns up hundreds of recipe-related tools, and Pinterest is brimming with thousands of tailgate-tailored, husband-pleasing, festive, you’ll be the hostess with the mostest, “OMG, this is so easy!” culinary concoctions. It’s safe to say, we’re food-obsessed.