Brown Bag Lunches At The Birmingham Public Library During November And
Please join us at the
Birmingham Public Library each Wednesday at 12:00 noon for
our Brown Bag Lunch series. These programs will be held in the Arrington
Auditorium of the Linn-Henley Building at the Birmingham Public Library,
2100 Park Place. Bring your lunch, the Library provides a beverage.
Reservations are not necessary. These programs are free and open to the
public. For more information call, 226-3604.
AN ARTFUL CELEBRATION
November 7 Two to Tango
Experience the passion of the Tango
performed by the "Dancing Doctors", Dr. Roswell Pfister and Dr. Sarah
Alvarez. The doctors have performed this dance with "One heart and four
legs" throughout Birmingham and the Southeast, and also in Europe and
November 14 Discover the Alys Stephens
They say art imitates life, we say art
inspires life! Join us for an overview of the ASC's exciting new
season and a discussion of the role a performing arts center plays in the
community. Through special arrangement with the ASC, anyone presenting a
valid library card for the Jefferson County Public Library system will
receive a 10% discount off tickets to David Sedaris' hilarious show on
November 28 Ukrainian and Spanish Folk Dance
Eye-catching, colorful costumes enhance
the rich pageantry behind Ukrainian and Spanish folk dances. The two
cultures come together in this performance by instructors of the Barlow
Academy of Dance. Natasha Russo and Wanda Hackett are both active in the
Birmingham dance community.
December 5 European Masterpieces
The Birmingham Museum of Art will show a
superb exhibition from February – April 2002 featuring the finest old
master and modern European paintings from a world-renowned collection in
the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. Dr. David Moos, Curator of
Painting and Sculpture at the Museum, will speak about the overall
exhibition and discuss several keynote works in depth.
December 12 A Christmas Memory
Get into the holiday spirit as Birmingham
storyteller and actress Dolores Hydock presents "A Christmas Memory".
Truman Capote’s poignant reminiscence of his boyhood in rural Alabama is
brought to vivid life in this performance.