Family Calendar

Want to know what’s happening around town? You’re at the right place!  We love helping families find the perfect activities for getting out with each other and for connecting with our community.

12:00 am
Auburn Montgomery’s Confucius Institute continues to offer free Mandarin classes to the community.
May 1 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Pratt Park Splash Pad Opening Day
8:00 am
For the season, ending on September 30.
Capital City Master Gardener Association Lunch and Learn Series Open to the Public @ Armory Learning Arts Center, | Montgomery | Alabama | United States
12:00 pm
The first Wednesday of each month, noon to 1 p.m. Sessions are held at the Armory Learning Arts Center, 1018 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, next to the Curb Market. Related handouts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service are provided each session...
Alabama Shakespeare Festival Presents The Two Gentlemen of Verona -- Through May 13
12:00 am
Proteus is in love with Julia until he gets an eyeful of his best friend’s girl, Silvia. When friends turn into rivals things quickly go comic as they clash with bandits, a bad-mannered dog, an angry father and a girl...
May 4 @ 7:00 am – 8:30 am
The 2017 Montgomery Prayer Breakfast @ Alabama Activity Center
7:00 am
Located at 201 Dexter Avenue, downtown Montgomery. Mayor Todd Strange and Commissioner Elton Dean invite local citizens to join them on this day in a spirit of humility and prayer.  The prayer breakfast begins the local acknowledgment of the National Day...
3rd Annual Bible Reading Marathon -- Through May 7
8:30 am
Following the Montgomery Prayer Breakfast. Guests will make their way up Dexter Avenue to the steps of the Capitol. Local churches, businessmen and interested individuals of all ages are encouraged to participate by reading publicly and continuously in 15-minute segments. The...
Prattville High Theatre Presents "Into the Woods" @ Prattville | Alabama | United States
7:00 pm
The Prattvile High School Theatre Department invites you to their performance of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods.”  There are 7 chances to come out and enjoy the musical talents of the theatre department students.  Tickets are only...
Cloverdale Playhouse Theatre Presents The Crucible
7:30 pm
Inspired by the events of the era of McCarthyism, playwright Arthur Miller explores the mass political and cultural hysteria created by the U.S. Government’s attempts to suppress Communism and the radical leftist activity in America. Using the avenue of the Salem...
Millbrook Community Theatre Presents The Odd Couple -- Through May 7
7:30 pm
7:30 p.m. except for April 30 and May 7 @ 2 p.m. Written by Neil Simon; directed by Susan Chain. Down-on-their luck Oscar the Slob and Felix the Neat Freak become reluctant roommates to hilarious and disastrous results. Tickets are $12...
Wetumpka Depot Presents Last of the Red Hot Lovers -- Through May 13
7:30 pm
Sunday matinees. Written by Neil Simon; directed by Tom Salter, this charming comedy follows long-married Barney Cashman, a 47-year-old seafood restaurant owner, as he tries to have one passionate tryst before opportunity passes him by. His attempts to become a...
May 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday Night Open Volleyball
6:00 pm
Bell Road YMCA. For students in 5th through 12th grades every first and third Friday. Students cannot leave without being picked up by parent or guardian (unless students drove themselves). Free for members; $3 for non-members.
Parents’ Night Out at United Gymstars & Cheer
6:30 pm
$20/first child; $15 per sibling. For ages 5-12. Pizza and drink provided. Fun games, trampolines, rope swing, tumble tracks, foam pits and more!
Prattville High Theatre Presents "Into the Woods" @ Prattville | Alabama | United States
7:00 pm
The Prattvile High School Theatre Department invites you to their performance of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods.”  There are 7 chances to come out and enjoy the musical talents of the theatre department students.  Tickets are only...
Alabama Shakespeare Festival Presents Sherlock Holmes -- Through May 13
7:30 pm
A new adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes story by Geoffrey Sherman, this gripping tale of the world’s most famous detective features amazing twists and turns, accompanied by a healthy dose of comedy. Recommended for ages nine and up. call 271-5353.
Cloverdale Playhouse Theatre Presents The Crucible
7:30 pm
Inspired by the events of the era of McCarthyism, playwright Arthur Miller explores the mass political and cultural hysteria created by the U.S. Government’s attempts to suppress Communism and the radical leftist activity in America. Using the avenue of the Salem...