Events for Monday, Jul 17, 2017

MPL: Summer Flix

Take a break from the heat and enjoy popcorn and a film. For more information or a complete list of film titles, please call 645-6840.

Location: Semmes Branch

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Sunny Side Drama: Super Summer Drama Camp: 3rd Grade and up!

Each two-week camp ends with a full-length play. All campers have lines, costumes, get to help with set painting, play games, and learn about acting and singing!

Not only do we prepare for the show but we have fun playing water games, doing crazy hair day, learning about acting, and painting sets! 

Location: Azalea City Center for the Arts

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MPL: Movie of the Week

For more information or a complete list of film titles, please call 438-7075. Registration required for groups.

Location: Toulminville Branch

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Bellingrath Gardens: New, Better, Yours, Plant the Newest Best Plants

New, Better, Yours — Plant the Newest Best Plants: In recent years, new plant varieties and brands have filled your local garden centers, but how do you distinguish the best from the rest? Which are proven to be improved introductions that solve real landscape challenges? Plant expert Kip McConnell, Director of Plant Development Services Inc., will discuss the newest introductions, including new releases from the Southern Living Plant Collection and Encore Azalea. Kip will discuss proper placement, planting and care tips for each new plant release to solve your landscape challenges.

Location: Bellingrath Gardens

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Sunny Side Drama: Drama Junior: Pre-K- 3rd Grade

Each week's camp ends with a skit based on the theme for the week. Campers have lines, learn songs, dances, and help make the backdrop.

Location: Azalea City Center for the Arts

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The Dance Academy of Mobile: Island Kids: 5-25

Our own Hula expert Ashley Chewning will be teaching our 1st Island Kid Camp. Students will enjoy technique, choreography and costume making in the arts of Traditional Hawaiian Hula and Traditional Tahitian. 

Location: The Dance Academy of Mobile

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MPL: Learn to Knit Class

Learn to knit with Ms. Wilhelmina Davis. Participants need to bring their own supplies. We recommend size 10, 10” long needles and a 7 oz. skein of regular, worsted weight yarn. Registration is required. Please call 340-8561.

Location: West Regional Branch

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Mobile Baykeeper: Bay Bites Food Truck Festival

Hosted by Mobile Baykeeper's Young Advisory Council, Bay Bites is a unique opportunity to enjoy a variety of cuisine from local food trucks, craft beer, live music, and a variety of games on the beautiful riverfront of downtown Mobile. Bay Bites was created in 2014 to support the local food trucks as well as support Mobile Baykeeper's mission to protect and preserve the beauty, health, and heritage of the Mobile Bay Watershed, Alabama's waterways and coastal communities. 

Live music by Roadside Glorious
​Lawn games, dunking booth, face painting and more!

Location: Cooper Riverside Park

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Wednesday Comedy

Comedy open mic; 5 - 7 minute slots. 

Location: The Blind Mule Restaurant and Bar

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Art Blast Summer Art Camp registration is now open! With classes for 4-7 year olds, 8-11 year olds and 12 and up, there is truly something for everyone in the wide variety of art offered throughout the summer. Ceramics, painting, and drawing in all styles inspire students to energize their creativity, while learning about elements of art and art history.  The camp will run from June 12th through July 28th.

Location: Mobile Museum of Art

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Baldwin County “Superior Rated” Full Orchestra Auditions

The Baldwin County "Superior Rated" Full Orchestra is now accepting auditions for all instruments for the fall season. Contact the organization by email to schedule an audition time.

Location: Eastern Shore Baptist Church

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GCE&H: Marcus Johnson Summer Jazz Camp

The program is a dynamic, 10-day learning experience, focusing on the history and fundamentals of Jazz.  Jazz Camp classes focus on music appreciation of legendary jazz giants, noting the uniqueness of their interpretations of the genre, individual instruction on the structure of improvisational style and the important role each instrument plays in carrying out an authentic jazz sound. Students are also taught the fundamentals of self-discipline, responsibility and commitment to practice. The educational experiences our students receive instill the core values of confidence, leadership and teamwork, and good citizenship.

Registration is required.  For more information visit

Location: History Museum of Mobile

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