Friday, April 13, 2012

Weekend Activities 4/14/12

Saturday 4/14/12

10 am Lowe's Build and Grow Clinic
Plinko Game Show Chip Drop
Register Here.

10 am Saturday Walking Tours
Some 25 towns across the state are offering free guided walking tours each Saturday morning in April.
Each tour begins at 10 a.m. and is approximately one hour long. Community leaders will escort you through the historic districts or courthouse square areas of their hometowns, sharing their personal remembrances and some tall tales from the old days. In Montgomery the starting location is the Montgomery Area Visitor center, in Wetumpka the starting location is Chamber Of Commerce, in Prattville the starting location is Autauga County Heritage Center.


12-4 pm Virginia College
Bring the family and enjoy free food, music, and fun provided by The Space Walker, Montgomery Fire Department, Montgomery Police Department and Buffalo Rock!

5-8 pm Second Saturday Festival at the Riverfront featuring Clint Darby Duo along with the Spike Graham Band
Beginning April 14th, Montgomery’s Riverfront comes alive from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. every second Saturday through September. So plan on it, program it in and circle it on your calendar! To kick off the Second Saturday Riverfront Festivals, join us as WCOV and Baptist Health present a FREE family event featuring live entertainment, interactive activities for all ages and food concessions from Cantina, Dreamland BBQ, Peppertree Steaks and Wine, Cheezies Pizza, Nancy’s Italian Ice, Bruster’s Ice Cream and Nathan’s Hot Dogs. We will also be celebrating the grand opening of The Sand Bar at the Silos situated high atop Riverfront Park. Be sure to stick around on April 14th as John Lee Paints sponsors the “Paint the Sky” fireworks show at 8pm. The folks at Riverfront Facilities are making every Second Saturday special all the way through September!


Sunday 4/15/12

1 pm Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Free Docent-led tours every Sunday at 1 pm

4 pm Cloverdale Idlewild Association Spring Concert Series
Every Sunday afternoon beginning April 1st at Cloverdale “Bottom” Park's gazebo, at Cloverdale Rd and Ponce de Leon (From the “5-Points” intersection near the Capri, go south one block.) Bring your chairs or blankets (or both), coolers and snacks. Plan to sit under the beautiful oak trees in the park and enjoy the free music. Looney's Super Skate will again be providing inflatables for the youngsters and Pine Bar will be providing restroom facilities for all.
More info including a schedule of artists can be found on their Facebook page.

The Biscuits opening game is Sunday night so if you happen to be downtown, you can check out the fireworks after the game. (The game starts at 5:35.)

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