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2/25/2015 – 3/4/2015 

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Finish out February with fantastic musical performances and plays, educate yourself at creative conferences and brave the cold with a 5K and cycle for a cause.  

 

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Birmingham, AL 35205
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Bourbon & Bacon
Tonight at 6:30PM
Little Savannah Restaurant

Join Little Savannah for Bourbon & Bacon, a four course dinner and special book signing featuring recipes from author Morgan Murphy’s recent book, Bourbon & Bacon. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, a three course family-style meal and a chat with Morgan.
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Creative Roundtable
February 26 from 7:30AM to 8:30AM
Trim Tab Brewery

Join Creative Roundtable for their Birmingham Makers kickoff with Yellowhammer Creative’s Brett Forsyth and Brandon Watkins. The two will share their story as well as details on how to be successful in a full industry, and how to take a business from hobby to full-time. Coffee and breakfast items will be provided.

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Mnozil Brass
February 26 at 7:30PM
Leslie S. Wright Center-Samford University

Don’t miss the “Monty Python of the music world” as they perform in Birmingham. The unique Viennese brass septet brings a sense of fun and adventure with their blend of theatre, comedy and musicianship. The whimsical and intelligent show will provide fun and entertainment for all ages.
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Clay Conference
February 26 through 28
Boutwell Auditorium
The 30th annual Alabama CLAY Conference features presenters from all over the country and includes an exhibition and sale, auction, raffle, mug and pint exchange, vendor trade show and more!
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Southern Voices Festival
February 27 through 28 and March 1
Hoover Library
Join the Hoover Library for the Southern Voices Festival, a celebration of writing, music and art. The festival presents best-selling author, Wally Lamb, as well as Karen Abbott, Amy Greene, James Scott, Jon Sealy, Thrity Umrigar, Meg Wolitzer and Chelsea Cain as they discuss themselves and their literature.
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Disney’s Peter Pan Jr.
February 27 through March 1
Virginia Samford Theatre

Join the Virginia Samford Theatre STARS (Students Take a Role at the Samford) as they present this immortal classic. The cast of the all-ages show includes talented young performers from various schools in the Birmingham metro area.

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Swan Lake
February 27 through March 1
The BJCC

Don’t miss the mesmerizing crowd favorite, Swan Lake. The Russian folklore tale follows young Odette who is turned into a swan by the evil Von Rothbart. Enjoy the Birmingham Ballet’s take on the classical favorite with contemporary vision.

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The Clever Dr. George Washington Carver
February 28 at 11AM
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens
The talented young actors of ArtPlay’s Make It Happen Performing Ensemble perform a play tribute to Dr. George Washington Carver written by ArtPlay’s own Alicia Johnson-Williams. The tribute follows his life and legacy through poetry, song and dance, and it is sure to educate and entertain audiences of all ages.
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ArtBLINK Gala
February 28 at 6:30PM
The Kirklin Clinic
Experience a creative fundraiser event as artists work in a variety of media to create one of kind masterpieces. Bid on a silent auction to take home your favorite work of art in support of cancer research and patient care. The evening begins with cocktails followed by dinner and dancing to live music by The Rock Candy Band.
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Walk or Run with UAB OT
February 28 from 8AM to 10AM
Heardmont Park
The UAB Student Occupational Therapy Association celebrates its 4th annual 5K run/walk this weekend. The student-run organization raises money to provide students with scholarships for books, supplies for local community sites, and more. Proceeds from the event contribute directly to the UAB SOTA.

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Edge of Chaos Gala
February 28 from 6PM-10PM
Lister Hill Library-UAB

Join the Alabama Waldorf School as they present “The Edge of Chaos,” a silent and feature auction event. The evening includes music from DJ Supreme, a photo booth, hors d’oeuvres as well as beer and wine.
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Living Legends of Jazz
February 28 at 8PM
Shelby County Arts Council

Join the Shelby County Arts Council for an upscale evening of jazz and blues. The event features Diane McNaron, Elnora Spencer and Ray Reach, the director of education at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame, and a lineup of legendary players.

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Ovarian Cycle Ride
March 1 from 9AM to 12PM
Levite Jewish Community Center
Ride together with Ovarian Cycle Birmingham to raise funds in support of ovarian cancer research. The event is designed to engage and encourage community participation. You don’t need to be an athlete, cyclist, ovarian cancer survivor or family member, you just need to be willing to make a difference in the lives of many.
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Singer/Songwriter Series
March 2 from 7PM to 10PM
Workplay

For eight Monday nights, singers and songwriters will have the opportunity to perform in the theatre. Audiences will vote for their favorite performances, and the more nights you perform, the higher your score can be. On the 10th week, winners will be announced to perform in front of three highly respected Birmingham judges.

 


Pepper Place Pop-Up
March 5 from 5PM to 8PM
Pepper Place

First Thursday features a book signing by Morgan Murphy of Bourbon & Bacon, a book detailing the pairing of the two through recipes, ratings and photos. Other retailers will be open late.

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