Events for Tuesday, Aug 01, 2017
Patrice Hall, Case Manager and Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist with Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) Mobile Regional Center, will discuss the services offered by the AIDB and demonstrate aids and devices that help those with vision and hearing loss. She will also share information and education on other available resources. AIDB is a state agency serving Mobile County and several surrounding counties. All of their services are free. For more information, please call 208-7078 or 208-7085 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Ben May Main Library
Thank goodness it's Thursday! Participants are invited to explore contemporary art and music through hands-on and minds-on activities that stimulate and deepen their understanding of art. For more information, please call the children’s department at 208-7086 or email email@example.com.
Location: Ben May Main Library
This film showcase, curated by filmmaker April Dobbins whose work is in our exhibition Contemporary Alabama Photography, will feature a number of short films by Southern filmmakers followed by a Q&A after the screening. These films have debuted at international festivals such as Cannes and Sundance. Films include: Rabbit Hunt New Orleans Sazerac Eat White Dirt
Location: Mobile Museum of Art
Ebony Moments is a book discussion designed to increase the awareness of African-American authors, both past and present, and to promote the love of reading for all. This month’s topic of discussion is The Inheritance by Rochelle Alers. For more information, contact Betty Kidd at 470-7766.
Location: West Regional Branch
“Beauty in USA’s Back Yard” refers to the beauty Ron and Dawn have discovered at USA’s very own Glenn Sabastian Nature Trail. It is their hope that by this exhibit, they can make more people aware of the beauty of the nature trail. All but two of the photographs in this exhibit were taken at the nature trail (the other two were taken on USA Campus). The nature trail has been a part of the USA campus for nearly 30 years. Efforts to officially recognize the trail began with geography major Amy Milam in 2006. Amy mapped the trails and held numerous fundraisers that helped to pay for trail improvements. She also received approval to name the trail for Dr. Glenn Sebastian. In the fall of 2011, Brian Allred, assistant director of Campus Recreation, spearheaded efforts to bring the nature trail project to fruition. With substantial financial support from the Student Government Association, the Glenn Sebastian Nature Trail is now a reality.
Ron and Dawn have been interested in photography their whole lives and are both well-traveled, having taken pictures the world over. Interested in many facets of photography, they have a special love for the beauty of God’s nature, which is exemplified by the Glenn Sabastian Nature Trail.
The exhibit is free and open to the public during regular library hours.
Location: Marx Library, University of South Alabama
Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film produced by Howard Ashman & Josh Musker and written and directed by John Musker & Ron Clements. For tickets and information visit cctshows.com or call 251-457-8887
Location: Chickasaw Civic Theatre