Have your fill of food, culture and causes this week

Have your fill of food, culture and causes this week

Tons of exciting, audio, dancing and, of program, meals is forward in Montgomery in this week’s The 10 for Sept. 26-Oct. 2.

Eat at the tee throughout the Grand Pineapple Golf Challenge

Have your fill of food, culture and causes this week

No, this event has absolutely nothing to do with SpongeBob SquarePants. The 2022 Grand Pineapple Golf Problem and “Flavor at the Tee” is Monday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Wynlakes Golf & Country Club, 7900 Wynlakes Blvd., Montgomery. This is the Alabama Cafe & Hospitality Association’s annual golfing tournament, a enjoyable four-person scramble. At every gap, the “Taste at the Tee” allows golfers sample food stuff and drinks from Alabama places to eat, breweries and distilleries. Everybody walks absent with a prize — seaside trips, spa offers, lodge stays, dinners and extra. This party sells out speedily. Register online at www.arhaonline.com/arhagolf.html.

Hispanic Heritage Month Live performance at ASU

Dr. Adoniz Gonzalez will be a part of ASU's Hispanic Heritage Month Concert on Sept. 27.

On Tuesday, Alabama Condition College will host a Hispanic Heritage Thirty day period Concert, 7-9 p.m., showcasing piano professor Dr. Adonis Gonzalez. It can be going on in the Tullibody Songs Setting up, 1001 College Generate, Montgomery.  It’ll also have solo and chamber operates by Hispanic composers and in Hispanic musical kinds done by several ASU songs college and students. It’s also a celebration of Santiago de Cuba indigenous Gonzalez’s heritage. They’re going to hold a gentle reception featuring Hispanic hors d’oeuvres in the music lobby space following the general performance. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Common admission tickets are $10 at the doorway. For extra data, connect with 334-229-4341.

Capture the earth premiere of Ashes & Ink play

"Ashes & Ink" is a play from Nora's Playhouse being presented at The Sanctuary in Montgomery.

You’ve however bought 4 odds to capture the world premiere of “Ashes & Ink,” a perform being offered at The Sanctuary, 432 Goldthwaite St., Montgomery by Nora’s Playhouse. Published by Martha Pichey and directed by Caroline Reddick Lawson, it can be a tale about grief, habit, and a mother’s enjoy. Here’s the enjoy description: Molly’s son is a talented actor who is planning for an audition to a prestigious drama school. He is also a recovering addict. Can he conquer his habit and get into drama school at the identical time? And can Molly’s interactions endure his anger? Exhibits are Thursday, Friday and Saturday are at 7 p.m., and Sunday is 2 p.m. Tickets are $25, and student tickets are $10. Get them on line at www.norasplayhouse.org.

Massive evening of state at City & State Revel

A handmade guitar from Hank Teuton is in a drawdown for Town & Country Revel on Sept. 29.

On Thursday at 6 p.m., Town & Place Revel will be held at the Everest Team Lodge, 2015 E. 2nd St., Montgomery. It can be a evening of nation new music to benefit the Jackson Healthcare facility Foundation. Michael Jay Hughes will open up the night for a lineup that features Cameron DuBois, Jessie Wilson, Kyle Wilson, Mo Pitney, Reid Haughton and Blane Rudd. There will also be a guitar drawdown for a 1-of-a-form handmade guitar from Hank Teuton of Baruch Guitars. All proceeds profit palliative and hospice care at Jackson Medical center. Tickets commence at $125 a individual, and are accessible at www.jackson.org/types/town-place-revel-tickets. For extra information and facts check out www.townandcountryrevel.com.

Postponed to Oct. 7: Ballet and the Beasts at Montgomery Zoo

Ballet and the Beasts is a free night of dance at the Montgomery Zoo by Montgomery Ballet.

Due to the unpredictability of Tropical Storm/Hurricane Ian’s forecast, Ballet and the Beasts at the Montgomery Zoo has been postponed a week to Friday, October 7 for the protection of company and dancers.

Two days of Oktoberfest coming to Wetumpka

Two days of Oktoberfest are coming to downtown Wetumpka.

Points are having ‘wunderbar’ in downtown Wetumpka on Friday and Saturday through Oktoberfest Wetumpka 2022. It starts each individual working day at 4 p.m. with foodstuff, audio, browsing and drinks. Lasts right up until 9 p.m. Arrive celebrate the harvest and our farmers.

Catch ‘Hocus Pocus’ movie at the library in Prattville

The Disney film "Hocus Pocus" is being shown at the Autauga Prattville Public Library.

Anything witchy is brewing Saturday at the Autauga Prattville Public Library, 254 Doster St., Prattville. They’re offering a totally free viewing of the beloved 1993 Disney film “Hocus Pocus” at 2 p.m., in celebration of the future release of the film’s sequel. Treats will be obtainable for buy.

Plant-dependent junk meals is back at Frequent Bond

Get some plant-based junk food Saturday from Common Bond.

They may look meaty, and they are surely delicious, but Prevalent Bond Brewers has a day of astounding plant-dependent foods in advance for Montgomery from 1p.m. to5 p.m. They are going to submit their total menu that morning. Of class, they’ll have their Crispy Chik’n sandwiches and loaded fries. Patties are manufactured from soy, wheat and peas. You’ve received to position your purchase in man or woman at 424 Bibb St., Suite 150.

When Queens Uplift Queens in Prayer

"When Queens Uplift Queens in Prayer, Together We are Tougher than Cancer" is a breast cancer awareness event.

Arrive out Saturday to My Location, 185 Japanese Blvd., Device 159, Montgomery, when attractiveness source group The KayLuxe Selection honors Breast Most cancers Consciousness from 2-5 p.m. The celebration is “When Queens Uplift Queens in Prayer, With each other We are Harder than Cancer.” Visitors should don pink and white semi-casual apparel. It’s an afternoon of foods, video games, prizes, amusement, procuring and much more. Guests contain Dynamic Sisters-N-Christ praise dance workforce, speakers Edwyna Mack, Pam Phillips and Genesis Johnson, spoken term by Tebrial Alexander, and singer Kyoka. Tickets are $45. Phone 334-318-8710 for much more details.

Overcomer Tour with Tamela & David Mann at MPAC

The Mann's Family Concert and Comedy Show is coming to Montgomery Performing Arts Centre.

The Mann’s Family members Live performance and Comedy Show with Tamela and David Mann is producing a stop Sunday at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre. Coming in for the Overcomer Tour, this night of joy, inspiration, comedy, and singing begins at 7 p.m. Tickets assortment from $40 to $65, and are available online at mpaconline.org or by contacting the box business office at 224-481-5100.

Contact Montgomery Advertiser reporter Shannon Heupel at[email protected].