Events for Thursday, Apr 20, 2017

MPL: Bayside Book Club

This month's topic of discussion is The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.

Location: Mobile Public Library: Parkway Branch

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Thursdays at MMofA

Free admission and access to all galleries; special programs. Thursday, 10 AM - 9 PM.

Location: Mobile Museum of Art

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MPL: The LUV Club- Girls ages 7 - 18

“Living Up to Values” for girls is a program designed to empower and encourage all girls through a variety of activities that include - crafts, games, music and special guests. Registration is encouraged.

Location: Mobile Public Library: Toulminville Branch

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MPL: Movie Time with Mr. Butch- Two Screenings

The featured film for April is Finding Dory. The film runs 103 minutes and is rated PG. Thursday & Friday, April 20 & 21, 4 p.m. 

Location: Mobile Public Library: Moorer/Spring Hill Branch

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HMPS: “The Ellicott Stone”

Speaker: Greg Spies- Andrew Ellicott & the survey of the 1st U.S. Southern Boundary pursuant to the Treaty of San Lorenzo el Real (aka the Pinckney Treaty) (1795). Greg is archaeologist, regional historian and has presented similar subjects nationwide.

To purchase tickets and register, please visit our events page, here.

Location: Cox Deasy House

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HMPS: Speaker: Greg Spies

Andrew Ellicott & the survey of the 1st U.S. Southern Boundary pursuant to the Treaty of San Lorenzo el Real (aka the Pinckney Treaty) (1795). Greg is archeologist, regional historial and has presented similar subjects nationwide

Location: Cox-Deasy Cottage

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LIVE at the Museum: Daniel Markham

Hailing from Denton, Texas, Markham is a one-man rock and roll band who pumps out album after album. Since 2012, Markham has churned out nine albums and doesn’t appear to be slowing down. Hear regional and local artists perform live in an intimate setting every 3rd Thursday for Live at the Museum, an original music and performance series celebrating the rare talents that heat and humidity can inspire. Admission is $10 a person and the performance is in Larkins Auditorium.

Location: Mobile Museum of Art

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