Events for Wednesday, Apr 05, 2017
The Mobile Architectural Review Board will address a petition to demolish the same property that is under application for rezoning ... 1055 Elmira Street.
The presence of concerned citizens at the ARB meeting is important.
The historic integrity of our city is important.
Let's protect it together.
FINALLY... on Wednesday's agenda is a house just across the street, applying to keep windows previously installed without approval. While this may seem minor, the community must work to uphold the policies of the MHDC! Take a break on Wednesday afternoon to come over to Government Plaza and show your support!
Location: Government Plaza
Paulette Davis-Horton, RN BSN will explain what she discovered in writing her book "Death in 60 days-Who silenced Booker T. Washington?-A nurse's view", about the newly discovered evidence on what really killed Booker T. Washington, and why, and its effects on racial advancement and racial understanding during the 20th century. This event will be on the 161st birthday of this important cultural leader .
Location: Cox-Deasy Cottage
Mobile Museum of Art welcomes Mobile Symphony Orchestra Music Director Scott Speck for a discussion about the sharps and flats of classical music. Speck is the co-author of two of the world’s best-selling books on classical music for a popular audience, Classical Music for Dummies and Opera for Dummies. This talk will draw from Classical Music for Dummies and use live musicians to demonstrate topics like the difference between Beethoven and Bach and how all “classical” music is not defined as such.
Location: Mobile Museum of Art