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Al's Flowers

Here’s a little something to make your Tuesday a little brighter! These bags are perfect for Easter baskets, graduation gifts or Mother’s Day gifts. We have Annie Glass, wreaths, candles, stationary, and more! Check us out on instagram @alsflowersandgifts. Visit us at 1926 Mulberry Street. 334.265.1125



Still think it's not possible to find a well-fitting, fashionable jean for under $100? Well, think no more! Bella recently started carrying Kut from the Kloth. This brand is a women's denim and lifestyle brand that averages around $89. Kut from the Kloth sits alongside competitors such as Hudson, JBrand and AG jeans. With a focus on functional design and better fabrics, Kut from the Kloth makes a fit that flatters the curves of "real women" -with sizes ranging from 00-24.They are a jean that women can move around in without bagging or a gapping waistband. Come see us at Bella today and get fit in a pair of your new favorite jeans! Visit us at 8129 Vaughn Rd. or call with any questions 334.272.8116.


Candle Cabin

Stop by Candle Cabin and check out the elegant Norah Fleming serveware collection. The perfect addition to the table for any event. Peppertree Shopping Center, 8135 Vaughn Road. 334.244.2201.


Club Pilates

Hesitant to get into a class? Bring your friends along and all sign up for the free Intro Class! Call 334-328-2465 for more information!


El Taco Shop

Come enjoy this delicious guacamole at El Taco Shop, home of the Mexican Guacamole. Don't forget that we now cater! Come in and see us at 3271 Malcolm Drive. For catering orders contact


Frutta Bowls

We have WARM signature OATMEAL bowls! This Cinnamon Apple Caramel bowl is screaming your name! Açaí Bowls and more. All of our products are natural and fresh. Stop by 7056 Eastchase Parkway and see what you have been missing, and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram! 334.356.5107


Get Your Favorite Meal from Wharf Casual Seafood Delivered by Waitr!

Don't feel like cooking or going out? Try ordering your next meal for delivery from our Atlanta Highway or Eastchase locations. Place your order with the Waitr app or visit



Tick, Tick…Boom

FEB 19th | Times Vary- | Cloverdale Playhouse

Feb. 19-24. This autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning composer of Rent, is the story of a struggling composer and the sacrifices that he made in pursuit of his dream. Containing 14 songs, ten characters, three actors and a band, this rock musical takes you on the journey that led to a Broadway blockbuster. This story of self-discovery embraces the universal ideal of holding onto your dreams through life's most difficult challenges. Visit


Artful Yoga

FEB 20th | Noon-1pm | Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Does your yoga practice need a little artistic inspiration? Join us for this new program to stretch, reflect and relax. Each Artful Yoga session will draw inspiration from collections and exhibitions of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. The class is free and suitable for all levels, beginners are welcome. Guests are encouraged to bring their yoga mats and wear comfortable clothing. Visit


Blue Gray National Tennis Classic

FEB 21st | Times Vary- | Locations vary, see website

Feb. 21-24. Come watch Auburn and Alabama throw down against 16 of the top college tennis teams in the country as Montgomery hosts the playing of the prestigious Blue Gray National Tennis Classic. You can help ensure this world-class event stays in Montgomery with sponsorship levels starting at $100. Visit


Earth’s Heart: Connecting Cultures

FEB 21st | 2:30-3pm | Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts

Feb. 21, 28. Visit ArtWorks to explore the arts of different cultures. ArtWorks Educator Kelly Bazan will introduce young learners to the basic greetings, visual arts, music, clothing, and traditions of the country in focus. For more information, call 334.240.4333.


Food for Thought Lunchtime Lecture Series

FEB 21st | 12-1pm | Alabama Department of Archives and History

Food For Thought offers a wide range of unique topics spanning centuries of Alabama history. The public is invited to bring a brown bag lunch, complimentary beverages are provided. Admission is always free. Peggy Allen Towns will present Scottsboro Unmasked: Decatur’s Story. Visit


Our Town

FEB 21st | Times Vary- | Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Feb. 21 - Apr. 27. Our Town follows young lovers Emily and George and their neighbors through a life journey that delivers universal truths about what it means to be human. For more information, call 334.271.5353 or visit


Wind Down with Windsync in Concert

FEB 22nd | 7pm | The Warehouse at Alley Station

Windsync will delight with this concert. An energetic wind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and French horn) they are performing for the public on Friday night after spending the week in our Montgomery schools. Don’t miss it! For more information visit


6th Annual Mardi Gras Block Party and Cajun Cook-Off

FEB 23rd | 12-6pm | Commerce St.

Join us for the 6th Annual Mardi Gras Block Party and Cajun Cook-Off featuring New Orleans' own Stooges Brass Band with performances by The Outlawz Brass Band and Avant Garde Creative League. This block party is free to all. Cook-off prices are $20 in advance and $25 at the gate. All proceeds benefit Valiant Cross Academy & That's My Child.


Art With A Heart

FEB 23rd | 11am-3pm | The Prattauga Art Guild

The Prattauga Art Guild will hold their annual fundraiser for the Autauga Interfaith Care Center food bank. There will be a Soup Cook-Off with teams and individuals competing for the Golden Bowl and Silver Ladle Awards. For a donation of $5 you get a cup of soup from one of our local restaurant sponsors, for a donation of $10 or more you get a cup of soup and a handmade bowl by a local artist. To register your team for the cook-off or for more information, contact the Cultural Arts Office at (334) 595-0854 or visit


Eastbrook Flea Market and Antique Mall’s Anniversary Sale

FEB 23rd | 9am-6pm | 425 Coliseum Boulevard

Stop by Eastbrook for store wide sales and giveaways. For more information, call 334.277.4027.


The Rummage Sale of Montgomery

FEB 23rd | TBD- | Alcazar Shrine Temple

Junior League of Montgomery presents the 63rd Rummage Sale. This much anticipated fundraiser grows bigger and bigger every year. All proceeds go directly back to the local community in the form of grants to deserving River Region non-profit organizations. Visit


{SWEAT} Winter Fitness Series

FEB 25th | 6pm | The Shoppes at Eastchase, near Francesca’s

Start the new year off with The Shoppes at EastChase for a {free} Winter Fitness Series every Monday in February. Each week a new fitness class will be featured, so grab a friend and get fit at The Shoppes! For more information, visit




BB King's Blues Club

Tuesday: Ayesha Mosley Acoustic, 6 p.m.
Wednesday: Jilla Webb & Kurt McKinney, 6 p.m. 
Thursday: Kuntry Funk, 6 p.m.
Friday: Destiny, 6 p.m.; Jeremy Flyy, 10p.m.
Saturday: Kirk Dudley, 1 p.m.; 
Yung Vokalz, 5 p.m.; Souled Out, 10 p.m.
Sunday: Slim Barnes, 6 p.m.
Monday: Vennie Kush, 6 p.m.
Tuesday: Ayesha Mosley Acoustic, 6 p.m. 



Friday: Reid Beasley, 7-10 p.m.
Saturday: Cameron DuBois with Jason Givens, 7-10 p.m.


The Exchange

Tuesday: Todd Fulmer, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
In Kahootz, 7:30-10 p.m.
Wednesday: Lucky, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
Beth Cooper, 7:30-10 p.m.
Thursday: Jim Geiger, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
Ella Langley, 7:30 -10 p.m.
Friday: Rob Thornhill, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
The Joe Jack Band, 7:30 -10 p.m.
Saturday: Frank Jordon Duo, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
The Marvtones, 7:30 -10 p.m.
Sunday: Richard Murray, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
Jimbo & Larry, 7:30 -10 p.m.
Monday: Breckenridge, 5-7:30 p.m.; 
Trest Richerson, 7:30 -10 p.m.
Tuesday: Dennis Pugh Jr., 5-7:30 p.m.; 
Kenny Heard, 7:30 -10 p.m. 


Tipping Point

Friday: Live at 5, 7 p.m.




Romeo and Juliet

FEB 28th | Times Vary- | Alabama Shakespeare Festival

Feb. 28 - Apr. 28. Romeo is a Montague, and Juliet a Capulet—“star-crossed lovers” whose families’ long-standing feud has pitted neighbor against neighbor in Shakespeare’s iconic story. For more information, call 334.271.5353 or visit


Beauty and The Beast

MAR 1st | Times Vary- | Troy University’s Davis Theatre

March 1-3. The Alabama Dance Theatre, celebrating its 32nd year, “Once Upon a Season,” will present the long-awaited full length production of “Beauty & the Beast.” Visit


Cold War

MAR 1st | Times Vary- | The Capri Theatre

March 1-6. Wiktor and Zula are in love. It's more Casablanca than fairy-tale, what with their post-WWII surroundings, but the two are drawn together by music over the decades and can never resist each other, no matter the year or the country. And yet, there's too much pulling them apart. Inspired by the director's parents' love story, Cold War celebrates love in all its glory and ugliness. In lovely black and white. Visit


Harriott II Friday Dinner Cruise

MAR 1st | 6:30pm | Harriott II

March 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29. Enjoy dinner, live entertainment and a cash bar as you take a relaxing cruise down the river aboard the Harriott II. Ticket prices vary. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 334.625.2100 or visit


Farmily Day - Planting & Transplanting

MAR 2nd | 9-11am | EAT South Downtown Farm, 485 Molton St.

Farmily Days are chances for kids and their grown-ups to enjoy outdoor games, crafts and fun on the farm. With the support of Max Credit Union and Alabama AARP, we host six Farmily Day events a year. Visit


First Saturday Community Project

MAR 2nd | 8-10am | EAT South Downtown Farm, 485 Molton St.

Get hands-on gardening experience and watch the gardens grow at the First Saturday Community Project. On the first Saturday of every month, E.A.T. South hosts a volunteer project open to the entire community. The family-friendly projects reflect the different needs of the farm at different times of year. Sometimes we plant; sometimes we weed or clean the chicken coop. Every month is different! Wear shoes and clothes that can get dirty and join us! Visit


Graduation Ball Ballet

MAR 2nd | 2pm | Greenville High School

Join us for Montgomery Ballet’s Graduation Ball with special performance after the ballet by the Pike Road Middle School Choir. Tickets are $15. Visit for more information.


Harriott II Saturday Getaway Cruise

MAR 2nd | 4:30pm | Harriott II Riverboat

March 2, 9, 16 & 23. Enjoy a sunny Saturday afternoon aboard the Harriott II. Includes live entertainment, cash bar & concessions. $25 per adult and $15 per child. Call 334.625.2100 or visit


I Am Still

MAR 2nd | Times Vary- | 540 Clay St.

March 2-April 27. We begin the “I Am Still” Artist Tour with Sunny Paulk and the opening reception on March 2 and follow up with the Artist Talk on Saturday, March 9th at 3:00 p.m. You can join Sunny for a live demonstration on March 15th at 5:30 p.m. Visit anytime during regular gallery hours. For more information visit


Montgomery Ballet Mardi Gras Soiree

MAR 2nd | 6-8pm | Montgomery Ballet Studios

Join us for a double feature and courtyard party. Event tickets include ballet performances of Graduation Ball, catered food and alcohol, DJ and dancing, and a costume contest. Tickets are $40. Visit for more information.



MAR 2nd | 7pm | Montgomery Performing Arts Centre

NEEDTOBREATHE is a Grammy nominated rock band hailing from South Carolina, comprised of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart, Seth Boltand and Josh Lovelace. Visit


Zoo Serve Day

MAR 2nd | 9am-4:30pm | Montgomery Zoo

Join us along with other zoo volunteers as we spend the day focused on several Zoo grounds projects to prep for the holiday season. We will work on landscaping, trimming bushes, planting flowers, raking leaves, painting, and overall prepping of the Zoo. It is amazing what volunteers on task can accomplish in one day. Join us for a great day of community service at the Montgomery Zoo. For more information or to register visit


25th Annual Culinary Caper

MAR 3rd | 11:30am-2pm | Alabama Activity Center, 201 Dexter Ave.

Chefs from Montgomery’s finest restaurants will host the 24th Annual Culinary Caper to benefit MACOA and our Meals on Wheels program. The silent auction will open at 11:30 am with a reception to follow at 12:00 p.m. and lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m. You may experience this exciting afternoon by purchasing a ticket at $75 per person. Tables of eight may be purchased for $750 to ensure preferred seating requests with your party. For more information visit or call 334.263.0532.



MAR 3rd | Times Vary- | Alabama Shakespeare Festival

March 3 – May 5. Join Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and friends in this charming musical adaptation of A.A. Milne’s classic stories. Winnie the Pooh spends his days searching for honey, doing his exercises, and playing with his best friends. Adventures ensue as a new animal — a kangaroo — moves to the forest! Visit





Well howdy! My name is Bear and I am in need of a new home. You see I had a home where we had some cows and horses and well I just couldn’t leave them alone. I know I should have just walked away, but I couldn’t do it. So I am having to “relocate” to a place that doesn’t have any “farm” animals! I am a ten-month-old shepherd mix and I have all of my vaccinations, I am heartworm negative, I have a microchip, and I have been neutered. I guess this old cow dog needs to become a city slicker!


The Montgomery Humane Society

For more info on the featured Pets of the Week or many other adorable, adoptable pets, visit or call 334-409-0622



Tudor here! I am here at the shelter hoping I can find a “real” home soon. I was brought in as a stray and I was never claimed. I am about seven months old and I have all of my vaccinations, I have a microchip, and I have been spayed. I am a fun girl that loves to find special places to curl up and snooze! It sounds like a good plan to me!