Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery is proud to announce the Montgomery premiere of First Lady of the Revolution. Henrietta Boggs MacGuire, the remarkable first wife of President José Figueres, will attend as a guest of honor for the screening of the documentary film tracing her wildly improbable life path that profoundly shaped a new Costa Rica. A Spark Media production, written and directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Andrea Kalin, First Lady of the Revolution was met with accolades at its U.S. premiere at Sidewalk Film Festival. Tickets may be purchased online, https://flotr.eventbrite.com, over the phone, 240-4500, at the Old Alabama Town Museum Store or at NewSouth Books.
Karren Pell and the Old Alabama Town Crue
The Old Alabama Town Revue Crue will premier its first cd, “The Song Challenge,” during the Old Alabama Town Revue on February 2, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the church in Old Alabama Town on Columbus Street. Come one, come all. And don’t forget your cushion! CDs will be available for purchase after the show.
OAT Revue, We hope you LOVE LOVE LOVE our new CD! February 2nd, 7 pm Church in Old Alabama Town Free to the public
Cultural Crossroads XVI
Territorial Characters in Becoming Alabama
Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, the Alabama Department of Archives and History and the Caroline Marshall Draughan Center for the Arts and Humanities of Auburn University continue their exploration of early Alabama history with Cultural Crossroads XVI, “Territorial Characters in Becoming Alabama.” This annual symposium will introduce a series of lively programs through 2019 that will be centered around the upcoming celebrations of significant Bicentennials involving the creation of the State of Alabama. Join the caravan along with seven fellow travelers, historians all, who serve as guides over the often bumpy paths that finally led to Alabama’s recognition as an entity on the way to statehood! The program will take place on February 11, 2017, at the Department of Archives and History, 8:30 am-4:00 pm. There will be time during the lunch break to visit the Archives’ interpretive museum, “Voices of Alabama.” Free to the public, $25 for lunch and refreshments catered by Jennie Weller Catering and Events. Please register by February 1st.
Cultural Crossroads XVI: Territorial Characters in Becoming Alabama February 11th, 8:30 am - 4 pm
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Free to the public, registration required.
$25 for lunch and refreshments
For more information call 240-4500
Supported by Alabama Humanities Foundation, an affiliate of the National Foundation of the Humanities.
Landmarks Foundation’s Discovery Sundays
Join Landmarks Foundation for its dynamic new series, Discovery Sundays! Discovery Sundays will meet one Sunday afternoon month, and the program will vary from presentations at Old Alabama Town to field trips around Montgomery. Free to the public.
February 12, 2017, 2 pmMidcentury Modern Preview Tour
March 5, 2017, 2 pmLocal Modernism with Mark Driscoll
Discovery Sundays take place at 301 Columbus St. unless noted otherwise.
Mid-Century Modern Tour of Homes
Explore modernism right here in Montgomery with period music and cars and a variety of Mid-Century Modern style homes! Join Landmarks Foundation on Sunday afternoon, March 12th, at the Mid-Century Modern Tour of Homes. This tour will address Montgomery’s history, architecture and aesthetics, but for many, will offer a nostalgic trip back in time!
Tickets will be available soon! Tickets for the tour are $20 if purchased in advance online at landmarksfoundation.com, over the phone at 240-4500 or in the Old Alabama Town Gift Store. Tickets will be $25 the day of the tour and can be purchased at the Capri Theatre from 12 to 4 pm. Landmarks Foundation members will receive a $5 discount. All guests must meet at the Capri the day of the tour to check in and receive tour wristbands and materials.
Proceeds from the event support Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery and its mission to preserve, interpret and present Central Alabama’s architecture, history and culture. Landmarks Foundation is the city’s leading historic preservation group and oversees the operation of Old Alabama Town in downtown Montgomery.
Slow Flow Yoga
Join Juliet Thomas for Slow Flow Yoga at Old Alabama Town on Tuesdays and Thursdays! Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. Check in and place your belongings quietly under a bench. Quietly roll out your mat and get props if needed.
First time at Old Alabama Town? Let us know and we will be glad to show you around. Changing rooms are available.
What to wear: Comfortable clothing, something to easily move around in. Mats and props are provided if needed, although students may prefer their own mat after few yoga sessions. Bring water to hydrate on your walk back to the office!
Molton South, Inside OAT Working Block Enter through the Rose House on Columbus between Decatur and North Hull. Parking available on Decatur and North Hull St.
For more info contact Juliet Thomas at 334-207-0909 or firstname.lastname@example.org