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The Shoppes at EastChase Farmers Market

AUG 29th | 7am-noon- | Shoppes at EastChase

Through Oct. 10. The Farmer’s Market is held every Saturday until October 10th. The Market includes local vendors with festivities for the entire family, including several stores and restaurants from The Shoppes at EastChase. Shoppers will continue to find unique, local items such as organic meats and milk, goat cheese, natural bath products and hand-made soaps, honey, fruit pastries, birdhouses and nursery plants. For more information, call 334-279-6046 or visit


Edith Morgan Photography Exhibit, Through a Woman’s Eye

SEP 1st | Book Signing on Sept. 15 11am - 1pm | Loeb Reception Center, 301 Columbus St.

Throughout the month of September, Old Alabama Town will be hosting Edith Morgan’s exhibit Through a Woman’s Eye, depicting life in early 20th Century Camden, Alabama. On Sept. 15th, Marian Furman will be signing her book and speaking about the exhibit.Marian Perdue Furman is a professional photographer working in Alabama’s Black Belt. Free to the public. For more information, visit or call 240-4617.


Love & Mercy

SEP 1st | Times vary- | Capri Theatre

Sept. 1-3. Love and Mercy present an unconventional portrait of Brian Wilson, the mercurial singer, songwriter and leader of The Beach Boys. Ticket prices vary. 334.262.4858,


A 3-in-1 Event!

SEP 2nd | 5:30-7:30pm | Biscuits Club Car Bar

You're invited to RSVP's Sept/Oct Release Party, Emerge Montgomery's Alive at 5 and the American Cancer Society's "Real Men Wear Pink" Campaign Kick Off Party! Enjoy free appetizers, cash bar and live music while mingling with friends and networking with young professionals and community leaders.


Harriott II Scenic Lunch Cruise

SEP 2nd | 11 a.m.-12:30pm | Harriott II Riverboat

Enjoy lunch and a scenic cruise aboard the Harriott II. The cruise begins boarding at 11 a.m. and cruises from 11:30 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person and include lunch. 334.625.2100 or


ARMS Chair Concert featuring Chuck Mead

SEP 3rd | 7pm | Kiwanis Park, Old Alabama Town

Join the Alabama Roots Music Society, Old Alabama Town and Landmarks Foundation as they welcome artist Chuck Mead Thursday, September 3rd. Kick back in Kiwanis Park downtown and enjoy the rockabilly stylings of this artist, known for co- founding the famed alternative country band BR549 and The Grassy Knoll Boys. Free to the public. For more information, visit or call 240-4617.


Business Builder Forum – How To Secure Your IT Assets

SEP 3rd | 6:30pm | Capital City Club

Renee Borg, of the RSA Dexter Avenue Data Center will provide an eye-opening look into the huge benefits available to local small businesses for storage of their IT infrastructure and the feasibility of sourcing it to a colocation. Not only will this information benefit small businesses, but the monthly Business Builder Forum also aids in connecting many of the areas businesses to one another. Reservations required: $20 for members and $30 for non-members. Contact Heather Logan at 334.834.8920 or for reservations.


Eggs and Issues with Congressman Martha Roby

SEP 3rd | 7:30 - 8:30am | RSA Activity Center, 201 Dexter Ave.

Get an update on activities in Washington D.C. at Eggs & Issues with Congressman Martha Roby. She will speak on the news of the day as it relates to Alabama and the River Region and answer your questions following the speech. $25 for chamber members and $35 for non-members. For more information, contact Heidi Powers at 333.240.6863.


Emerge Montgomery Annual Football Kickoff

SEP 3rd | TBD- | Blackfinn Ameripib

Are you ready for some college football? Emerge Montgomery is! Join them for a fun night of food, drink specials and, of course, football!


Group Bike Rides

SEP 3rd | 6 pm | Montgomery Multisport, Peppertree Shopping Center

Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24. Every Thursday, Montgomery Multisport is hosting a group bike ride from their location at the Peppertree Shopping Center.