Things to Do in Mobile
Any time of the year, on any day of the week, Mobile Bay is teeming with energy. A variety of attractions, from innovative museums and antebellum homes to mighty battleships and outdoor pursuits, can be found in the area and on this Pinboard.
Here is bunch of things that you can do in Mobile on a budget all in one place.
Mobile's Greek Fest happens every year around November. Enjoy the food and culture of the land of Greece.
If you're an Alabama resident, make sure you try out Sweet Home Savings, a statewide savings campaign, only for the month of August. You'll get discounts at attractions and restaurants across the state!
Craft Alliance in St. Louis invites students to interact in the FREE webinar with metals artist Hunter Creel or ceramics artist Ruth Reese. Students will be able to interact with the artist as each creates a new piece. They’ll be able to ask their questions about how the design is created, what tools are used and why, and see the final piece created. Students are also encouraged to show their own art to the artists.
Painting, poetry, playwriting and more at Space 301
Space 301 is an 8,000 sq. ft. downtown gallery dedicated to the practice, study, exhibition and enjoyment of contemporary fine art. Exhibitions feature works by significant local, regional and national artists. Educational and public programs for all ages.
Over 25 participating galleries include: Blue Velvet Studio, Space 301, Artology, Robertson Gallery, Kangal Gallery, Mobile Arts Council, and more. All happens the 2nd Friday of every month.
December 31, 2012 Mobile, AL Mobile has a great party planned for New Year’s Eve. To start with, they are having a “Hunt for the Moon Pie” contest! The Commodores will be the featured band and there are tons of other activities on the books, before the Great Moon Pie Drop. http://ithappensinalabama.com/attractions-sites-2-see/
Mobile has a great party planned for every New Year’s Eve with MoonPie Over Mobile!
Crescent Movie Theater - downtown Mobile's spot for independent films. Photo by Major Adam Colbert
Authentic Throwbacks - Mobile Bay - July 2012 - Alabama
Brown Bag in Bienville, select Wednesdays at lunch in Bienville Square. Visit www.ncsmobile.org for schedule.
Downtown Mobile is the place to be every New Year's Eve with a family friendly street party with entertainment, a Mardi Gras-style parade and the drop of an electronic MoonPie at Midnight!
The Saenger Theatre in downtown Mobile is home to over 100 events per year. From Ballet to the Blues, the historic two-thousand seat auditorium is dedicated to presenting the latest and best music and entertainment touring the country.