Agricenter International & Show Place Arena: 7777 Walnut Grove, 757-7777, agricenter.org. See website for complete listing. Mar 12–14: Southern Women’s Show, Fri-Sat 10a–7p, Sun 11a–6p, 800-849-0248, southernwomensshow. Com. Mar 26–27: Master Gardener’s Spring Fling, Fri 9a–6p, Sat 9a–4p, free, memphisareamastergardeners. Org. Art Under a Hot Tin Roof: 117 S. Main, 522-4848, artunderahottinroof. Com. An unpredictable gallery with art for everyone. Art Village Gallery: 410 S. Main, 521-0782, artvillagegallery. Com. Permanent collection of Ephraim Urevbu’s work plus artist showcases from exotic lands. Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center: 3663 Appling, 385-6440, bpacc.org. Mar 6: Missoula Children’s Theatre: King Arthur’s Quest, 2:30p & 7p. Mar 13: Emile Pandolfi, concert pianist in the key of glee, 8p. Mar 26: DinnerStage with Minton Sparks, 7p. Beale Street: Between S. Main and Fourth, 526-0110, bealestreet.com, bealestreetmerchants.com. Mar 13: St. Patrick’s Day Parade, 4p. Mar 13–17: Events include raising of the goat, blessing of the kegs, and pub crawls. Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art: Pembroke Square, 119 S. Main, 523-ARTS, belzmuseum.org. Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library: 3030 Poplar, 415- 2700, memphislibrary.org. Events free unless noted. 2nd Saturdays: Memphis Area Legal Services Clinics, 9:30a–12:30p, no appt., 523-8822, malsi.org. BRIDGES: 477 N Fifth, 452-5600, bridgesusa.org. Mar 6: TN Health Care Campaign’s Health Care Training, 9a–3p, $15, 517-3204, thcc2.org. Mar 22: ClimBRIDGES, rock climbing, 6–9p, $15. Brooks Museum of Art: 1934 Poplar, 544-6200, brooksmuseum. Org. Mar 11, 26: Art of Good Taste winetasting, 6p. Mar 12: Art for Lunch, noon. Mar 18: Guided Tour: Venice in the Age of Canaletto, 6p. Thru Apr 25: The Apocalypse: A Series of Woodcuts by Josef Wiez. Thru May 9: Venice in the Age of Canaletto. Buckman Performing & Fine Arts Center at St. Mary’s Episcopal School: 60 Perkins Extd, 537-1483, buckmanartscenter. Com. Mar 20, 21: Says You!, the game of words and whimsy, Sat 7p, Sun 1:30p, $30. Mar 26: MSO: Mendelssohn’s Octet, 8p. Calvary Episcopal Church: 102 N. Second, 525-6602, calvarymemphis.org. Thru Mar 26: Lenten Preaching Series (Mon–Fri 12:05–12:40p) and Waffle Shop (Mon–Fri 11a–1:30p), free parking at St. Mary’s Episcopal, 692 Poplar. Cannon Center for the Performing Arts: 255 N. Main, 576- 1200, box office 576-1269, 800-726-0915, thecannoncenter. Com. See website for complete listing. Center for Southern Folklore: 119 & 123 S. Main, Pembroke Square, 525-3655, southernfolklore.com. A showcase of folk art, Southern music, and food. Thursdays & Fridays: Free Brown Bag Lunch Concerts, noon. Mar 6, 27: Daddy Mack Blues Band, 9p, $5. Mar 13: Bluff City Backsliders, 9p, $5. Mar 20: Lisa Lambert & The Pine Ridge Boys, 8p, $5. CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) Training: 515-2525, mscema.org. Shelby County offers free, two-day disaster preparedness training at the Emergency Operations Center. Schedule your own group of family, friends, and neighbors or RSVP to attend already scheduled classes: Mar 20 & 27 or 23 & 24. Children’s Museum of Memphis: 2525 Central, 458-2678, cmom.com. Thru May 16: Run! Jump! Fly! Adventures in Action! Thru Jun 13: Harry’s Big Adventure: My Bug World! World premiere of this blockbuster insect exhibit. Christian Brothers University: 650 E. Parkway S., cbu.edu. Mar 26–28: Memphis Association of Craft Artists crafts fair, free, 218-5392, memphiscrafts.org. Chucalissa Archaeological Museum: 1987 Indian Village, 785-3160, chucalissa.memphis.edu. Church Health Center Wellness: 1115 Union, 259-HOPE, churchhealthcenter.org. Thursdays: Free cooking classes, 9a, 10:30a, 5:30p. Mar 27: National Nutritional Month celebration, 8:30a–1:30p, free. Mar 30: Commit to Quit, sixweek smoking cessation course, 6p, $60. Circuit Playhouse: NEW LOCATION: 51 S. Cooper, 726-4656, playhouseonthesquare.org. Thru Mar 21: The Miracle Worker, the story of Helen Keller. Cook Convention Center: 255 N. Main, 576-1200, memphisconvention.com. See website for complete listing. Cooper Young Historic District: 276-7222, cooperyoung. Org. 1st Thursdays: Cooper Young Night Out, festive evening with live music, retail discounts, and restaurant specials, 5–9p, free. Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange: 65 Union, 531-7826, memphiscottonmuseum.org. Mar 13, 20, 27: Celebrate the new wing opening with different educators, speakers, and more, 10a–2p. D’Edge Art and Unique Treasures: 550 S. Main, 521-0054, d-edgeart.com. Contemporary folk and blues art and unique treasures. Mar 26–Apr 20: Sculptor and painter Philip Eubanks. Dixon Gallery and Gardens: 4339 Park, 761-5250, dixon.org. Mar 11–Mid April: 20,000 tulips in bloom in a rainbow of colors. Thru Mar 18: Metal in Memphis, five National Ornamental Metal Museum artists-in-residence. Mar 20–Apr 4: Made in Dixon, brilliant creations from inhouse and outreach series. Thru Apr 4: Monet to Matisse: French Masterworks from the Dixon Permanent Collection. Downtown Historic Walking Tours: Host Jimmy Ogle, 604- 5002, 11:45a, free unless noted. Mar 30: Union Ave. Manhole Cover & History, Union & Front. Downtown Neighborhood Association: 527-DNA1, memphisdna. Org. 4th Tuesdays: Public general meetings, Jan–Nov, 6p social, 6:30p program. Elmwood Cemetery: 824 S. Dudley, 774-3212, elmwoodcemetery. Org. Mar 12: Lunch & Lecture: Gayoso Bayou, Then & Now by Jimmy Ogle, noon, $10 incl. Lunch, RSVP. Mar 20: Public Docent Tour, 10:30a–noon, $10. Energy Fitness: 552 S. Main, 523-2348, energymemphis.com. Personal training, meal planning, supplements, off-site training, and online training. Envision Memphis: Cadre Building, 149 Monroe, 521-8117, envisionmemphis.com. Fitness, leadership, and teambuilding programs, group classes, and more. FedExForum: 191 Beale, 205-2525, fedexforum.com. Also see Memphis NBA Grizzlies. See website for complete listing. Mar 4: George Strait with Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack, 7p. Mar 5: Eric Clapton with Roger Daltrey, 7:30p. Mar 7: Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, 6p. Mar 19: John Mayer with Michael Franti and Spearhead, 8p. Mar 21:World Famous Lipizzaner Stallions, 2p & 6p. Germantown Performing Arts Centre: 1801 Exeter, 751- 7500, gpacweb.com. Mar 5: TAO: The Martial Art of Drumming, 8p. Mar 6: Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, Russia’s finest young string players, 8p. Mar 12: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, 8p. Mar 19: Jazz in the Box: Sachal Vasandani & Sara Gazarek, 8:30p. Mar 20: IRIS Orchestra: Jennifer Koh, violin, 8pm. Mar 26: Celtic Crossroads, 8p. Graceland: 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd, 332-3322, elvis.com. Mar 18: Fashion King opens, a new exhibit that explores fashion trends set by Elvis and the evolution of his outfits. Greater Memphis Chamber: 22 N. Front, 543-3500, memphischamber.com. See website for meetings, mixers, orientations, and education events. Harbor of Health: 718 Harbor Bend, 522-1559, harborofhealth.com. Yoga, pilates, family fitness, cardio/strength, karate, kickboxing, and more. Hattiloo Theatre: 656 Marshall, 502-3486, box office 525-0009, hattilootheatre.org. Mar 6–7: Children’s Theatre: The Mysterious Case of the Missing Ring. Mar 11–28: Shakespeare’s Women, an imaginative exploration of the bard’s women. IMAX Theater: Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central, 320-6362, memphismuseums.org. Thru Mar 5: Under the Sea. Mar 6–Nov 12: Lewis & Clark: The Great Journey West. Thru Nov 12: The Alps. Joysmith Gallery: 46 Huling, 543-0505, joysmith.com. African-American artists plus ancestral and contemporary art. Lichterman Nature Center: 5992 Quince, 767-7322, memphismuseums. Org. Open year-round for self-guided trail backpacking and nature programs/exhibits. Memphis Blues Rugby Club: McBride Rugby Field at Tobey Park (Central & Hollywood), 568-8338, memphisbluesrugbyclub. Com. Mar 6: Jackson and the Rowdies from Belleville, IL, 1p, free. Mar 13: Little Rock, 1p, free. Mar 27: Baton Rouge and Memphis Rugby Alumni Appreciation Day, 1p, free. Memphis Botanic Garden: 750 Cherry, 636-4100, memphisbotanicgarden.com. Mar 1–31: Memphis 10, art show and sale. Mar 6: Rake, Shove, and Hoe garden sprucing, 9a–noon. Mar 10: Brown Bag Lunch & Learn, noon. Mar 21: Signs of a Spring Walk, 1p. Memphis Music Mondays: Hard Rock Cafe, 315 Beale, 529-0007. Mar 1, 15: Live performances and networking for music professionals, 5:30–9p. Memphis Mystery Tours: Downtown Memphis, 619-2163, memphismysterytours.com. Mar 13, 27: Laugh your way to a closed case in this clue-based walking journey Downtown, every 30 minutes 11a–3:30p. Memphis NBA Grizzlies: FedExForum, 205-2640, grizzlies.com. Season runs Oct–Apr. Game time 7p unless noted. Mar 1: Portland. Mar 6: San Antonio. Mar 8: New Jersey. Mar 12: New York. Mar 13: Denver. Mar 16: Chicago. Mar 20: Golden State. Mar 31: Dallas. Memphis Redbirds AAA Baseball: AutoZone Park, 721- 6000, memphisredbirds.com. Season runs Apr–Sep. Memphis Riverboats: 45 S. Riverside, 527-2628, memphisriverboats. Net. Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum: Inside FedExForum, 191 Beale at Third, 205-2533, memphisrocknsoul.org. Memphis Zoo: 2000 Prentiss Place, 276-WILD, memphiszoo.org. MIFA: 910 Vance, 527-0808, mifa.org. Mar 27: Day of Reflection and Service, honoring MIFA staff, volunteers, and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 10a, free. Minglewood Hall: 1555 Madison, 312-6058, minglewoodhall. Com. See website for performances & times. Mississippi RiverKings Hockey: DeSoto Civic Center, Southaven, 662-342-1755, riverkings.com. Gametime 7pm unless noted. Mar 12: Texas. Mar 13: Bossier-Shreveport. Mar 19, 20: Tulsa. MPACT Memphis: 22 N. Front, 528-8340, mpactmemphis.org. See website for meetings, networking events, lunches, happy hours, and more. Mud Island Park: 125 N. Front, 576-7241, mudisland.com. Open Apr–Oct. National Civil Rights Museum: 450 Mulberry, 521-9699, civilrightsmuseum.org. Thru Apr 30: Soul Soldiers, first national exhibit to explore the black experience in the Vietnam War. National Ornamental Metal Museum: 374 Metal Museum Dr, 774-6380, metalmuseum.org. Thru Mar 28: Different Tempers, metalwork from both the jeweler’s bench and the blacksmith’s forge. New Daisy Theatre: 330 Beale, 525-8981, newdaisy.com. Orpheum Theatre: 203 S. Main, 525-3000, 800-982-2787, orpheum-memphis.com. Mar 3: A Year with Frog and Toad, 6p. Mar 5: Family Series: MVP, story of Jackie Robinson, 6p. Mar 7: Gordon Lightfoot, 8p. Mar 19–21: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Mar 23–28: South Pacific. Mar 30: Tomie de Paola’s Strega Nona: The Musical, 6p. Overton Park: 2080 Poplar, overtonparkforever.org. Peabody Memphis: 149 Union, 529-4000, peabodymemphis. Com. Pink Palace Museum: 3050 Central, 320-6362, memphismuseums. Org. Thru Mar 31: Ah, But It’s Cold Outside: winter coats and outerwear through the 20th century. Thru Apr 11: Bagels & Barbecue: The Jewish Experience in Tennessee. Thru Apr 25: Chocolate: The Exhibition. Thru Oct 24: I Am a Man, Ernest Withers photography. Playhouse on the Square: NEW LOCATION: 66 S. Cooper, 726-4656, playhouseonthesquare.org. Feb 27–28, Mar 4–7: Ballet Memphis: AbunDANCE: Joyful Noise, 737-7322, balletmemphis. Org. Mar 23: MSO: Mendelssohn’s Octet, 7:30p. Recording Academy Memphis Chapter: 493 S. Main, 525- 1340, grammy.com. Music-related art and info. Red Fish Gallery and Gifts: 356 N. Main, 577-1468, redfishgalleryandgifts. Com. Boutique and gallery with an eclectic collection of art, jewelry, and collectibles. Rhodes College Music: 2000 N. Parkway, 843-3775, rhodes.edu. All events 7:30pm, free, unless noted. Mar 11: Patrick Street, the Legends of Irish Music, 6:30p. Mar 25: Commercial Music Ensemble Concert. River Workout: Greenbelt Park in Harbor Town, 488-7740, riverworkout.com. One-hour group fitness classes by the river include strength, body toning, and cardio. Mar 22: Downtown classes begin for the season. Rivertown Gallery: 125 S. Main, 527-7573, rivertowngallery. Net. Independent, artist-operated fine art and gift gallery. New items for spring on the way this month! Rumba Room: 303 S. Main, 523-0200, memphisrumbaroom. Com. Run/Walk: Mar 6: Chucalissa 5K Relic Run at Chucalissa, 9a, $15, 785-3160, memphis.edu/chucalissa. Mar 13: Daffodil Dash 3-Miler and Family Fun Run at Memphis Botanic Garden, 8a, $25, 636-4115, memphisbotanicgarden. Com. Mar 26: Help for Hope 5K at Maria Montessori School benefits Hope House, 6:30p, $25, 272-2702, hopehousememphis.org. Shannon Lazek Personal Training: 634-7426, shannonlazek. Com. Group, private, and in-home personal training plus nutritional supplements. Sharpe Planetarium: 3050 Central, 320-6320, memphismuseums.org. Thru Mar 13: Wonders of a Winter Night. Mar 20–Jun 9: Visions of a Spring Night. Thru Mar 27: Nine Planets and Counting, a tour of the solar system. Small Business Chamber: 763-1800, smallbusinesschamber. Com. See website for schedule of meetings, mixers, orientations, and education events. South Main Association: 578-7262, southmainmemphis. Net. 2nd Tuesdays: Public information meetings, Jan–Nov, 6p social, 6:30p program. Mar 9: Police Director Larry Godwin at Local Gastropub, 95 S. Main. South Main Historic Arts District: Between Vance and St. Paul, 578-7262, southmainmemphis.net. Last Fridays: South Main Art Trolley Tour, 6–9p. Saturdays Apr 17–Oct 30: Memphis Farmers Market, 7a–1p, Central Station Pavilion, memphisfarmersmarket.org. Stax Museum of American Soul Music: 926 E. McLemore, 942-2535, staxmuseum.com. Thru Apr 30: Still Life in Soul: Contemporary music photography explores resurgence in popularity of soul music. Studio 1688: 497 N. Hollywood, 726-1688, blownfuseglassart. Com. Co-op gallery with changing exhibits. Classes and workshops available. Sue Layman Designs: 125 G.E. Patterson, Suite 103, 527-2872, suelaymandesigns.com. Original oil paintings and prints by Sue Layman. T Clifton Art: 2571 Broad, 323-ARTS, tcliftonart.com. Distinguishing art, artistic custom framing, hip location! Thru Mar 31: Exploring the Shadows, various mediums only in black and white. Theatre-Lite: Beignet Cafe, 124 GE Patterson, 524-0108. Mar 12–Apr 3: 2 Across, a comedy of crosswords and romance, Thu–Sat, 7:30p. Theatre Memphis: 630 Perkins Extd, 682-8323, theatrememphis.org. Thru Mar 14: Buffalo Gal, a contemporary comedy. Mar 26–Apr 11: La Cage aux Folles, a lighthearted and sentimental musical; Friends for Life benefit, Mar 25, 7:30p. TheatreWorks: 2085 Monroe, 274-7139, theatreworksmemphis. Org. Mar 5–14: Voices of the South: Hold Fast, the poetry of Langston Hughes, 229-0359, voicesofthesouth.org. Mar 19: Voices of the South: Wild Legacy, 8p. Mar 20–21: Voices of the South: Frindle. Mar 26–Apr 4: Emerald Theatre: The New Century, hilarious collection of four short gay-themed comedies, 272-0909. University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music: 3775 Central, 678-5400, memphis.edu/music. All times 7:30p, free, unless noted: Mar 2–6: UofM Jazz Week. Mar 19: Dunamis Trio. Mar 19–20: Mid-South Flute Festival. Mar 22: Symphony Orchestra. Mar 23:Wind Ensemble. Mar 24:Woodwind Quintet. Mar 25: An Evening of New Opera in Memphis. University of Memphis Theatre: Studio Theatre, 3745 Central, 678-2576, memphis.edu/theatre. Mar 13: Beyond the Mask, 7p 503-1387, majestikentertainment.com. W. C. Handy Home & Museum: 352 Beale, 527-3427, heritagetoursmemphis.com. Woodard Photography Studio: 511 S. Main, 351-8201, terrywoodardphotography. Com. Fine art photography and large format fine art prints. Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum: 680 Adams, 526- 1469, woodruff-fontaine.com. YMCA Fogelman Downtown: 245 Madison, 527-9622, ymcamemphis.org. Mar 2–30: Dance Lesson of the Month: Bolero, Tue & Thu, 8–9p, $50. Mar 27: CPR Training, 9a–1p, $75, RSVP
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