Agricenter: 7777 Walnut Grove, 757-7790, agricenter.Org. Jul 10: Bridal Rhapsody Extravaganza, the Mid-South’s largest bridal show, 11:30a–5p, $12. 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. Beale Street: Between S. Main and Fourth, 529- 0999, bealestreet.com, bealestreetmerchants.com. Thru Jul 21: Kix on Beale, live country music every Thu, 7:30p. Thru Sep 28: Bike Night every Wed, 6p–midnight. Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art: Pembroke Square, 119 S. Main, 523-ARTS, belzmuseum.org. Jul 3: Armed Services Day, hourly tours and free admission for military members. Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library: 3030 Poplar, 415-2700, memphislibrary.org. Events free unless noted. Tuesdays: Genealogy Workshops, 7p, RSVP 415-2742. Jul 7: History of Memphis Baseball, “Mr. Memphis Baseball” J.J. Guinozzo recounts the history of Bluff City baseball, 6:30p. BRIDGES: 477 N. Fifth, 452-5600, bridgesusa.org. See website for complete events listing. Jul 1, 11, 25: ClimBRIDGES, a bimonthly opportunity to climb any (or all) of the 1,400-square-foot climbing wall’s routes, 6–9p, $15. Brooks Museum of Art: 1934 Poplar, 544-6200, brooksmuseum.org. Thru Jul 17: (Extra)Ordinary: The Story of Documentary Photography and the American South. Thru Jul 24: Eye Spy: The Elements of Art. Thru Aug 26: Global Lens Film Series screenings, 214-5171, indiememphis.com/globallens. Jul 7: Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry, 6–8:30p. Jul 16: Celebrate French Independence, 10a–4p. Jul 20: Let Them Eat Paik! Noon–1p, free. Jul 23: A Very Impressionistic Family Day, 10a–1p. Cannon Center for the Performing Arts: 255 N. Main, 576-1200, box office 576-1269, 800-726- 0915, thecannoncenter.com. See website for complete events listing. Jul 2: LMAO Comedy Explosion, 8p, $25. Center for Southern Folklore: 119 & 123 S. Main, Pembroke Square, 525-3655, southernfolklore.Com. A showcase of folk art, Southern music, and food. Children’s Museum of Memphis: 2525 Central, 458- 2678, cmom.com. See website for programs, clubs, and activities. Jul 4: Bubble Wrap Fireworks, a popping good time with a bubble wrap–covered floor, 10:30a. Jul 11–15: Cherished Treasures Adventure Camp, children explore seven of the world’s most famous treasure islands, 8:30a–1p, $130, RSVP 458-2678. Jul 16: Salsa Splash Bash, 10a–1p, $15. Chucalissa Archaeological Museum: 1987 Indian Village, 785-3160, chucalissa.memphis.edu. 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. Circuit Playhouse: 51 S. Cooper, 726-4656, playhouseonthesquare.Org. Jul 8–31: Dividing the Estate, three children vie for control of their mother’s 100-year-old Texas estate. 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. Mondays: Music Mondays, live music presented by Visible Music College, 6–8p, free. Cornelia Crenshaw Library: 531 Vance, 525-1643, memphislibrary.org. Jul 30: Craft Day, find a new hobby, 1–2:30p. Cossitt Library: 33 S. Front, 526-1712, memphislibrary.Org. Jul 13: Tae Kwon Do, noon–1p. Jul 20: Summer Skin Care, noon–1p. Jul 15: Craft Day, noon–1p. Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange: 65 Union, 531-7826, memphiscottonmuseum.org. 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: CP Blues, 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 Thomson. 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. Thru Oct 9: Jean-Louis Forain: La Comédie Parisienne, more than 125 works by the youngest and most incisive Impressionist. Thru Oct 9: John Rogers: American Stories, dozens of works by the popular 19thcentury sculptor. Jul 14: Bastille Day Celebration & Film Screening: Paris Je T’aime, 6–9p. Jul 15: Cocktails with Forain, drink and learn about famed French Impressionist Jean-Louis Forain, 6p, $10. 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 Historic Walking Tours: Host Jimmy Ogle, 604-5002, jimmyogle.com, 11:45a, free unless noted. Jul 12: Manhole Cover & History Tour, meet at Union and Front. Jul 19: Mississippi River, meet at Confederate Park. Jul 26: Court Square & Surroundings, meet at Court Square. Jul 30: Saturday Super Tour, meet at Union and Front, 10a. Downtown Neighborhood Association: 466-6893, memphisdna.org. 3rd Fridays: Happy Hour. Jul 15: Monthly public information meeting, 6:30p social, 7p program, Orpheum Theatre. Elmwood Cemetery: 824 S. Dudley, 774-3212, elmwoodcemetery.org. Jul 8: An Evening Stroll through Elmwood, 6:30p, $15. Evergreen Theatre: 1705 Poplar, 274-7139, theatreworksmemphis.Org. Jul 29–31: Cult Movie Show, Memphis’s newest burlesque troupe presents a show inspired by cult classic films. Farmers Market Agricenter: Thru Oct 25: Mon–Fri 7:30a–5:30p, Sat 7a–5:30p, 7777 Walnut Grove, 757-7777, agricenter.org. 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. Also see Memphis NBA Grizzlies. See website for complete events listing. Jul 29: Sade and John Legend, 8p. 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. Welcoming six new artists: photographers Lauren Beyers, Michelle East, and Terry Woodard; painters Phyllis Boger, Gail Buckman, and Terry Kenney. Gallery Fifty Six: 2256 Central, 276-1251, galleryfiftysix.Com. Fine art and sculpture gallery. Jul 8–30: Metes and Bouinds, recent works by potter Brian Blankenship, opening Jul 8, 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. George W. Lee, 543-0800, gibson.com. Graceland: 3734 Elvis Presley Blvd, 800-238-2000, 332-3322, elvis.com. Harrah’s Event Center: Tunica, 800-303-7463, harrahs.com. Jul 22: Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-list, 9p, $35. Harrell Performing Arts Theatre: 440 W. Powell, Collierville, 457-2780, harrelltheatre.org. Jul 8–24: The Drowsy Chaperone, a musical comedy that satirizes musicals of the Jazz Age. Hattiloo Theatre: 656 Marshall, 502-3486, box office 525-0009, hattilootheatre.org. Saturdays: The Music Box, 8p. 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: Hubble, fantastic images from the far reaches of the universe. Thru Mar 2: The Ultimate Wave Tahiti: Learn about Tahiti’s famed wave, Teahupo’o, and how waves influence and shape our planet. 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 Aug 31: Cultural Affirmation, works by Reyna Castano, Irmajean, Brenda Joysmith, Leon Morris, and others. Lichterman Nature Center: 5992 Quince, 767-7322, memphismuseums.org. Open year-round for selfguided trail backpacking and nature programs/exhibits.Tue–Sat: Wild Lunch! Watch Backyard Wildlife Center animal keepers feed the animals, noon. Live at the Garden Concert Series: Memphis Botanic Garden, 576-4105, tickets 800-745-3000, liveatthegarden.com. Jul 8: Michael McDonald & Boz Scaggs, gates 6:30p, show 8:30p. Jul 22: Huey Lewis and the News, gates 6:30, show 8:30p. Madison Hotel: 79 Madison, 333-1200, madisonhotelmemphis.Com. Jul 7, 14, 21, 28: Sunset Atop the Madison Rooftop Parties, 6p. Memphis Botanic Garden: 750 Cherry, 636-4100, memphisbotanicgarden.com. Visit website for classes, workshops, lunch and learn events, camps, receptions, and lectures. Mondays: Mudpie Mondays, 11a–1p. Thru Oct 15: Delicious Dining, explore how plants are used in the culinary world. Jul 1–31: Phyllis Boger Exhibit, opening Jul 7, 5:30– 7:30p. Jul 16: Sprinkler Day, cool down as sprinklers are turned on and off throughout the garden 10a–noon. Jul 18: Tuesdays on the Terrace Wine Tasting–Grapes from the Golden State, 6–8p, $35. Memphis Redbirds AAA Baseball: AutoZone Park, 721-6000, memphisredbirds.com. Season runs Apr–Sep, games 7:05p unless otherwise noted. Jul 2–3: Red, White, and Baseball BOOMS! Oklahoma City Redhawks, 6:05p followed by fireworks. Jul 14–17: Round Rock, Sat & Sun 6:05p. Jul 18–21: Omaha. Jul 30–Aug 2: Iowa. Memphis Riverboats: 45 S. Riverside, 527-BOAT, memphisriverboats.net. Sightseeing cruises, dinner & music cruises, and airboat rides, RSVP. Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum: Inside FedEx- Forum, 191 Beale at Third, 205-2533, memphisrocknsoul.Org. Jul 1–Sep 11: Beatles Hidden Gallery Photo Exhibition. Memphis Zoo: 2000 Prentiss Place, 276-WILD, memphiszoo.org. See website for workshops, classes, and clubs. Thru Jul 4: Beguiled in the Wild: The Art of Charley Harper. Jul 4: Military Appreciation Day, free admission for active military members.Jul 9: Farm Porch Pastimes, special music at this down-home good time. Metal Museum: 374 Metal Museum Dr, 774-6380, metalmuseum.org. Thru Sep 11: Digital Mettle: Jewelry and Objects of CAD. Jul 15–Sep 11: Tributaries: Jewelry and Sculpture by Andy Cooperman. Minglewood Hall: 1555 Madison, 312-6058, minglewoodhall. Com. See website for complete events listing. Jul 15: The B-52s, 8p. Mud Island Park: 125 N. Front, 576-7241, mudisland.Com. Jul 8: Sleep Out on the Mississippi. Jul 30: Bob Dylan and his Band with Leon Morris, 8p, $60. National Civil Rights Museum: 450 Mulberry, 521- 9699, civilrightsmuseum.org. Thru Sep 18: Portrait of a Movement: Building the Museum, photographs, letters, receipts, and artifacts tell the story. Jul 27: Civil Rights Jeopardy Game: Test your knowledge of civil rights history based on information in the museum, 11:45a–1p, free. New Daisy Theatre: 330 Beale, 525-8981, newdaisy.Com. See website for complete events listing. Jul 17: Ted Nugent, 7p, $36. Orpheum Theatre: 203 S. Main, 525-3000, 800- 982-2787, orpheum-memphis.com. Jul 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 29: Memphis Film Fest, films set in Memphis or featuring famous Memphians, 7:15p, $7. Jul 30: Chris Tucker Live, 8p, $45. Peabody Memphis: 149 Union, 529-4161, peabody- memphis.com. Jul 6: Master Taster’s Club, 5–6:30p. Jul 7, 14, 21, 28: Peabody Rooftop Parties, 6–11p. Pink Palace Museum: 3050 Central, 320-6362, memphismuseums.org. Thru Jul 4: George WashIngton Carver. Thru Oct 1: Unmentionables: Fashion’s Hidden Foundations, an exhibit that shows 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. Jul 23–Oct 16: Diamonds, the natural history and economics of diamonds. Playhouse on the Square: 66 S. Cooper, 726-4656, playhouseonthesquare.org. Jul 1–24: Footloose, a musical based on the the ‘80s film. Jul 10: Footloose Benefit Performance, 1:30p, $35. Red Fish Gallery and Gifts: 356 N. Main, 577-1468, redfishgalleryandgifts.com. Boutique and gallery with an eclectic collection of art, jewelry, and collectibles. 1st Thursdays: Sip and Shop Party, 5–9pm. Run/Walk: Jul 3: Firecracker at The Racquet Club benefits St. Jude, 7p, 765-4409, firecracker5k.com. Jul 16: Design-A-Wish 5k at Chickasaw Gardens benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the International Interior Design Association, 8a, designawish. Racesonline.com. Sharpe Planetarium: 3050 Central, 320-6320, memphismuseums. Org. Thru Sep 5: WSKY: Radio Station of the Stars, the latest information about planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and meteors. Thru Sep 10: Starlit Nights Live, a fanciful tour of the brighter stars and constellations found in the summer night sky. 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. Southland Park Gaming & Racing: I-40 & I-55, exit 279A, West Memphis, 870-735-3670, southlandgreyhound.Com. 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. T Clifton Art: 2571 Broad, 323-ARTS, tcliftonart.Com. Distinguished art, artistic custom framing, hip location! Thru Jul 30: Texture, new works by mezzo fresco artist Tom Clifton, cylindrical tapestries by Myra Burg, and works in bronze by Mike Sluder. TheatreWorks: 2085 Monroe, 274-7139, theatreworksmemphis.org. Jul 15–31: Eleemosynary, a play that examines the lives of three generations of extraordinary women. Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum: 680 Adams, 526-1469, woodruff-fontaine.com. Thru Aug 2: Southern Summers, what turn-of-the-century Memphis summers were really like. YMCA Fogelman Downtown: 245 Madison, 527- 9622, ymcamemphis.org. Jul 5–28: Rumba lessons, Tue & Thu 8–9p, $50. Jul 9: Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider course, 9a, $75. Jul 14: Nutrition Seminar, 5:30–6:30p, free.
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