Agricenter: 7777 Walnut Grove, 757-7790, agricenter.Org. Jun 4: Donor Fest, Lifeblood’s largest blood drive, 8a–3p. Art Museum of the University of Memphis: 142 Communication and Fine Arts Bldg, 678-2224, amum.org. Thru Jun 25: Proximity, works by Ross McLean and Michael Darough exploring mysterious staged moments in time. Art Under a Hot Tin Roof: 117 S. Main, 522-4848, artunderahottinroof.com. An unpredictable gallery with art for all. Art Village Gallery: 410 S. Main, 521-0782, artvillagegallery.Com. Ephraim Urevbu’s permanent collection and artist showcases from exotic lands. Ballet Memphis: 7950 Trinity at Germantown Parkway, 737-7322, balletmemphis.org. Jun 2–4: Interiorworks 12, new works choreographed and performed by Ballet Memphis. Beale Street: Between S. Main and Fourth, 529- 0999, bealestreet.com, bealestreetmerchants.Com. Wednesdays thru Sep 28: Bike Night, 6p– midnight. Thursdays, Jun 16–Jul 21: Kix on Beale, live country music. Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art: Pembroke Square, 119 S. Main, 523-ARTS, belzmuseum.Org. Thru Jun 19: The Art of Chinese Cloisonne, decorative objects covered in precious metals from the late Qing dynasty and early Republic of China. Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library: 3030 Poplar, 415-2700, memphislibrary.org. Events free unless noted. 2nd Saturdays: Memphis Area Legal Services Clinics, 9:30a–noon, no appt, 523-8822, malsi.org. BRIDGES: 477 N. Fifth, 452-5600, bridgesusa.org. Jun 3, 17: ClimBRIDGES, a bimonthly opportunity to climb any (or all) of the 1400-square-foot climbing wall’s routes, 6-9p, $15. Brooks Museum of Art: 1934 Poplar, 544-6200, brooksmuseum.org. Thru Jun 15: A Taste of China, exotic luxuries on display, including porcelain, lacquer-ware, jade, and silk. Jun 30: Musician Jason Freeman performs in the Moss Gallery, 5–7p.Thru Jul 17: (Extra)Ordinary: The Story of Documentary Photography and the American South.Thru Jul 24: Eye Spy: The Elements of Art. Main, 576-1200, box office 576-1269, 800-726- 0915, thecannoncenter.com. See website for complete events listing Center for Southern Folklore: 119 & 123 S. Main, Pembroke Square, 525-3655, southernfolklore.Com. A showcase of folk art, Southern music, and food. Fridays: Live @ Noon Concert series with Memphis music veterans, free. Children’s Museum of Memphis: 2525 Central, 458-2678, cmom.com. See website for programs, clubs, and activities. Thru June 12: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz exhibit. Chucalissa Archaeological Museum: 1987 Indian Village, 785-3160, chucalissa.memphis.edu. Thru Jun 15: Paul Revere Williams, American Architect.Thru Aug 15: Family Day programs, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 10a–1p. Church Health Center: 1115 Union, 259-HOPE, churchhealthcenter.org. Indoor walking track, heated pool, yoga, Pilates, group exercise, racquetball and basketball courts, cooking classes, health education, and workshops. Thursdays: Free cooking classes, 9a, 10:30a, 5:30p. Jun 21: Commit to Quit, six-week smoking-cessation course, 6p, $60. Circuit Playhouse: 51 S. Cooper, 726-4656, playhouseonthesquare.Org. Thru Jun 5: The 39 Steps, four actors play more than 150 roles in this adaptation of Hitchcock’s comic thriller. Cook Convention Center: 255 N. Main, 576-1200, memphisconvention.com. See website for complete events listing. Jun 4–5: GRACE Magazine’s Sisterhood Showcase, entertainment and shopping for the whole family, Sat 9:30a–8p, Sun 9a– 6p, $20. Jun 20–22: Economic Development Fair, presented by the Mid-South Minority Business Council, 7:30a. Cooper-Young Historic District: 276-7222, cooperyoung.Biz. 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. Jun 4: King Cotton in Modern America lecture, 7p, $20. David Perry Smith Gallery: 703 New York, 347-3541. Contemporary gallery representing local talent. Davies Manor Plantation Museum: 9336 Davies Mansion, 386-0715, daviesmanorplantation.org. Shelby County’s oldest log house D’Edge Art and Unique Treasures: 550 S. Main, 521-0054, d-edgeart.com. Contemporary folk and blues art and unique treasures. Thru Jul 25: COLORed Pictures, the latest exhibit by renowned artist George Hunt. Disciple Design Gallery: 390 S. Main, 386-4299, disciple-design.com. Christian-based design firm and art gallery. Thru Aug 31: Hope in Kenya, photography By Craig Thompson. Dixon Gallery and Gardens: 4339 Park, 761-5250, dixon.org. See website for workshops, lectures, classes, garden demos, and children’s events. Wednesdays: Sunrise Yoga, 6:30-7:30a. Thru Jul 24: Larry Edwards: Three Themes. Jun 26–Oct 9: Jean-Louis Forain: La Comédie Parisienne, works by the youngest and most incisive Impressionist.Jun 26–Oct 9: John Rogers: American Stories, works by the popular 19th-century sculptor. Downtown Alive!: Court Square & Main, 575-0546, downtownmemphis.com. All events 11:45a–1p, free, unless noted. Check website for schedule.Jun 1: Visible School Showcase: Elbert Belk. Jun 2: Yoga. Jun 7, 14, 21, 28: Live from Memphis Showcase.Jun 9: New Ballet Ensemble. Jun 10: Karaoke Smackdown! Jun 15: Church Health Center Demo. Jun 16: Cuff Bracelet Workshop. Jun 17: Hip Sound. Jun 22, 29: Neosoulsville Showcase. Downtown Historic Bicycle Rides: Memphis Hightailers Bicycle Club, Memphis Farmers Market, Central Train Station Pavilion south of Power House, 634-0076. 1st & 3rd Saturdays Thru Oct: 9a, free, all skill levels welcome, helmets required. Downtown Neighborhood Association: 466-6893, memphisdna.org. 3rd Fridays: Happy Hour. Jun 28: Monthly public information meeting, guest speaker Pat Halloran, 6:30p social, 7p program, Orpheum Theatre. Elmwood Cemetery: 824 S. Dudley, 774-3212, elmwoodcemetery.org. Jun 4, 11: Public Tour, 10:30a, $12. Jun 17: The History of Juneteenth, a presentation about Emancipation Day, noon, $12. Jun 24: An Evening Stroll through Elmwood, 6:30p, $15. Farmers Market Botanic Garden: Thru Oct 26: Wednesdays 2–6p, 750 Cherry, 636-4100, memphisbotanicgarden.Com. Farmers Market Church Health Center Wellness: Thru Sep 6: Tuesdays, 10am–2pm, 1115 Union,259-HOPE, churchhealthcenter.org. Farmers Market Cooper-Young Community: Thru Oct 29: Saturdays 8a–1p, Congregational Church parking lot, Cooper and Walker, cycfarmersmarket.Org. Farmers Market Downtown Memphis: Thru Oct 29: Saturdays, 7a–1p, Central Train Station Pavilion, corner of S. Front and G.E. Patterson, 575- 0580, memphisfarmersmarket.org Farmers Market South Memphis: Thru Oct 27: Thursdays noon–6p, corner of Mississippi Blvd.And South Parkway East, 946-9675, somefm.org. FedExForum: 191 Beale, 205-2640, fedexforum.Com. See website for complete events listing. Jun 3: Michael Bublé, 8p. FireHouse Community Arts Academy: 985 S. Bellevue, 948-9522, memphisblackartsalliance.org. Last Sundays: Free jazz music concerts. Bring your own instrument to jam with the musicians, 3–5p. Mondays: Zumba at The FireHouse, 6:30–7:30p.Jun 24–30: Works by Leonard West, a retrospective, opening Jun 24, 6–9p, free. Fire Museum of Memphis: 118 Adams, 320-5650, firemuseum.com. Fountain Art Gallery: Chickasaw Oaks Plaza, 3092 Poplar, 458-7100, fountainartgallery.com. Contemporary, fine art by Midsouth artists. Gallery Fifty Six: 2256 Central, 276-1251, galleryfiftysix. Com. Fine art and sculpture gallery. Jun 3–25: Sticks and Stones (one thing follows another) by Niles Wallace, three-dimensional clay pieces and natural wood sculptures, opening Jun 3, 5–8p. Ghost River Brewing: 827 S. Main, 278-0087, ghostriverbrewing.com. Saturdays: Brewery tours and tasting, 1p, free. Gibson Guitar Factory & Showcase: 145 Lt. GeorgeW. Lee, 543-0800, gibson.com. Golf: Jun 6: Gurus of Golf at Spring Creek Ranch benefits Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, 7a–6p, lebonheur.org. Jun 15: Metropolitan Memphis Hotels & Lodging Association Golf Tournament at Cottonwood Gold Course benefits scholarships and the MMHLA Political Action Committee, 1p, mmhla.com. Jun 20: Golf Classic at Southwind benefits The Boys & Girls Clubs of Memphis, 11:30a–5:30p, bgcm.org. Jun 27: Shaun Micheel Make-A-Wish Golf Classic at TPC Southwind benefits Make-A-Wish Foundation fo the Mid-South, midsouth.wish.org. Graceland: 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd, 800-238-2000, 332-3322, elvis.com. Hattiloo Theatre: 656 Marshall, 502-3486, box office 525-0009, hattilootheatre.org. Saturdays: The Music Box, 8p. Jun 11: Hattiloo Block Party, 4–8p, free. IMAX Theater: Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central, 320-6362, memphismuseums.org. Thru Nov 11: Legends of Flight, an insider’s view On how modern aircraft is built. Thru Jan 6, 2012: Hubble, fantastic images from the far reaches of the universe. Jack Robinson Gallery of Photography: 44 Huling, 576-0708, robinsonarchive.com. By appointment.Works of Jack Robinson and other fine arts photographers. Joysmith Gallery: 46 Huling, 543-0505, joysmith.Com. African-American artists plus ancestral and contemporary art. Thru Jun 5: Homage, the latest exhibition by award-winning photojournalist Leon Morris. Levitt Shell at Overton Park: 272-2722, levittshell.Org. See website for detailed listing. Tue thru Jun 21: Family concerts, 10:30a, 7p. Thu–Sun thru Jun 21: Free concerts, 7:30p. Lichterman Nature Center: 5992 Quince, 767- 7322, memphismuseums.org. Open year-round for self-guided trail backpacking and nature programs/ exhibits. Tue–Sat: Wild Lunch! Watch Backyard Wildlife Center animal keepers feed the animals, noon. Jun 4: Buckman Water Science Trail Dedication at Mertie’s Lake, 10a–2:30p. Live at the Garden Concert Series: Memphis Botanic Garden, 576-4105, tickets 800-745-3000, liveatthegarden.com. Jun 4: ZZ Top, 8:30p, $44.Jun 25: Steve Miller Band, 8:30p, $44. Madison Hotel: 79 Madison, 333-1200, madisonhotelmemphis.Com. Jun 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Sunset Atop the Madison Rooftop Parties, 6p. Medicine Factory: 85 W. Virginia, 581-5815, Medicine- factory.org. Installation-based work and onsite artist studios. Memphis Botanic Garden: 750 Cherry, 636-4100, memphisbotanicgarden.com. Visit website for classes, workshops, lunch and learn events, camps, receptions, and lectures. Jun 1–30: The art of Marcia Mathis. Jun 3–5: Memphis Potters’ Guild Spring Show and Sale. Jun 18: Teddy Bear Picnic, 11a–1p, $24. Jun 11 & 25: The Way of Tea in Tennessee, the art of the Japanese tea ceremony, 11a–1p, 1–3p, 3–5p, $6. Memphis Heritage: Howard Hall, 2282 Madison at Edgewood, 272-2727, memphisheritage.org. Jun 10–11: Heritage Yard Sale, 9:30a–3:30p. Memphis Music Mondays: Hard Rock Cafe, 315 Beale, 529-0007. 1st & 3rd Mondays: Music business community: networking and ideas exchange, live music, food, 5:30p. Memphis Redbirds AAA Baseball: AutoZone Park, 721-6000, memphisredbirds.com. Season runs Apr–Sep, games 7:05p unless otherwise noted.Jun 1–3: Albuquerque Isotopes. Jun 13–16: New Orleans Zephyrs, Thu 6:05p. Jun 17–20: Nashville Sounds, Sat & Sun 6:05p. Jun 30–Jul 3: Oklahoma City Redhawks. Memphis Riverboats: 45 S. Riverside, 527-BOAT, memphisriverboats.net. Sightseeing cruises, dinner and music cruises, and airboat rides, RSVP. Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum: Inside FedEx- Forum, 191 Beale at Third, 205-2533, memphisrocknsoul.Org Memphis Zoo: 2000 Prentiss Place, 276-WILD, memphiszoo.org. See website for workshops, classes, and clubs. Jun 4: Farm Porch Pastimes, special music is performed at this down-home good time. Thru Jul 4: Beguiled in the Wild: The Art of Charley Harper. Metal Museum: 374 Metal Museum Dr, 774-6380, metalmuseum.org. Thru Jun 19: The Art of Chinese Cloisonne, decorative objects covered in precious metals from the late Qing dynasty and early Republic of China. Thru Jun 19: Antique Guns from the Liege Arms Museum of Belgium.Jun 24–Sep 11: Digital Mettle: Jewelry and Objects of CAD. Mississippi River Museum: Mud Island River Park, 125 N. Front, 576-7241, mudisland.com. Open Apr–Oct. Mud Island Park: 125 N. Front, 576-7241, mudisland.Com. Jun 26: Raw Foods Vegan Cooking Class, 2:30–3:30p, $10. RSVP 870-732-5900. National Civil Rights Museum: 450 Mulberry, 521- 9699, civilrightsmuseum.org. Jun 7–21: Educators Professional Development, designed to meet state standards and to assist in the teaching of U.S. civil rights history. Jun 15–Sep 18: Portrait of a Movement: Building the Museum, photographs, letters, receipts, and artifacts tell the story. Jun 29: Lunch & Learn: Portrait of a Movement: Building the Museum, history of Lorraine Motel and campaigns to build and to expand the Museum, 11:45a–1p, free. Orpheum Theatre: 203 S. Main, 525-3000, 800- 982-2787, orpheum-memphis.com. Jun 5: Dinner on Stage, a three-course meal, trivia, wine, backstage tour, and Q&A session with Pat Halloran. 6p, $75. Jun 14–19: Beauty and the Beast, a musical production of Disney’s popular adaptation. Painted Planet Art Space: 798 S. Cooper, 502- 7668, paintedplanetart.com. Local art and handcrafted jewelry that’s out of this world. Palladio Art Gallery: 2169 Central, 276-3808, palladio- antiques.com. Original art by local artists. Peabody Memphis: 149 Union, 529-4161, peabody- memphis.com. Jun 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Peabody Rooftop Parties, 6–11p. Pink Palace Museum: 3050 Central, 320-6362, memphismuseums.org. Thru Jul 4: George Washington Carver, the achievements of the trail-blazing scientist whose experiments with plants laid the groundwork for today’s research on plant-based products. Thru Oct 1: Unmentionables, Fashion’s Hidden Foundations, how undergarments create the silhouettes that define fashion — from hoop skirts and bustles to the natural look. Thru Oct 23: New Connections, small parts of the big history of African-Americans in Memphis through a collection of nearly 400 artifacts. Red Fish Gallery and Gifts: 356 N. Main, 577-1468, redfishgalleryandgifts.com. Boutique and gallery with an eclectic collection of art, jewelry, and collectibles.Jun 2: Sip and Shop with wine, cheese, and music, 5–9p, free. Run/Walk: Jun 3: Harbor Town 5K Run at Island and Auction benefits Boys and Girls Club of Greater Memphis, 5p, harbortown5k.racesonline.com. Jun 4: Kidney Walk at Rhodes College benefits the National Kidney Foundation, 8a, nkfwtn.org. Jun 5: Navy Ten Nautical Miler at Naval Support Activity Mid-South benefits Fisher House, 6:30a, bit.ly/mBo0RA. Jun 18: St. Mary’s Catholic Church Steeplechase 5K Run at 155 Market benefits St. Mary’s, 7p, steeplechase5k.racesonline.com. Jun 25: UPS Ultimate 10K/5K race at St. Philip Episcopal Church, 9380 Davies Plantation, benefits Youth Villages, 8a, ultimate10k.racesonline.com. Sharpe Planetarium: 3050 Central, 320-6320, memphismuseums.org. Thru Jun 17: Visions of a Winter Night. Thru Jun 25: Oceans in Space. South Main Association: 578-7262, southmainmemphis.Net. Monthly public information meeting.Second Tuesdays: 6p social, 6:30p program, $5 for nonmembers. South Main Historic Arts District: Between Vance and St. Paul, 578-7262, southmainmemphis.net. Last Fridays: South Main Art Trolley Tour, shops, restaurants, and galleries stay open late, 6–9p. Stax Museum of American Soul Music: 926 E. McLemore, 942-2535, staxmuseum.com. Studio 1688: 497 N. Hollywood, 726-1688, blownfuseglass- art.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. Distinguished art, artistic custom framing, hip location! Jun 17–Jul 30: Texture, new works by mezzo fresco artist Tom Clifton, cylindrical tapestries by Myra Burg, and works in bronze by Mike Sluder, opening June 17, 6–9p. University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music: 129 Music Bldg, 678-5400, memphis.edu/ music. Events 7:30p, free, unless noted. Locations vary. Sundays: Sunday Brunch Music Series at The Majestic Grille, 11:30a–2p. Jun 3–5: Classical Guitar Festival, see website for times and prices. W. C. Handy Home: 352 Beale, 527-3427. Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum: 680 Adams, 526-1469, woodruff-fontaine.com. Jun 10–Aug 2: Southern Summers, what turn-of-the-century Memphis summers were really like. Jun 11: Junebugs and Juleps, 7–11p, $25. YMCA Fogelman Downtown: 245 Madison, 527- 9622, ymcamemphis.org. Jun 2–30: West Coast Swing lessons, Tue, Thu 8–9p, $50. June 4: Heartsaver First Aid/CPR, 9a, $75. June 9: Summer Sizzling Grilling, recipes and tips on staying hydrated in the summer, 5:30–6:30p, free.June 27: Healthy Living with Dr. Barbara Geater: Arthritis, 11a, free.
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