The Community Entrepreneurial Institute (CEI) will unveil its newest program, the Urban Business Incubator, with an open house/celebration this evening starting at 5 p.m. at its home in the A.G. Gaston Building in Birmingham’s historic Civil Rights District. The program will, according to CEI’s founder Dr. Karen Starks, “provide entrepreneurs with the resources necessary to start and create a sustainable company.” Urbanham.com has additional information about tonight’s event, including how interested parties can submit an application. Don’t forget about the LinkedIn event listing either…
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These young ladies were taking part in this morning’s Wii bowling tournament at the open house for The Blue Store in Trussville. It’s been described by some as “an Apple Store for health” and I think you’ll agree with that statement when you get there. There’s even an interactive station for checking blood pressure and weight and the ability to access their Be Healthy website.
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The historic Lyric andAlabama Theatres will be open for tours this Sunday afternoon from 2-4 p.m. Historian Dan Liles will be on hand to give the history of the Lyric. Organ crew chief Larry Donaldson will be available to answer questions about Alabama Theatre’s Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ and the Alabama’s technical director, Jeff Kizziah will be up in the projection booth.
First United Methodist Church in downtown Birmingham’s got a busy week on tap.
First, they’re celebrating as Open House, their new mid-week service of “prayer, meditation and music,” begins this evening at 5 p.m., with the church’s historic entryway on 19th Street North opening at 4:30 p.m. The ability to enjoy some quiet reflection is something that all of us seek at one time or another regardless of religious affiliation.
We’ve also learned that this Sunday U.S. Congressman Artur Davis will be speaking in the church’s dining hall between 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. The man who seconded the Democratic presidential candidate’s nomination been told he can talk about whatever he wishes, though he’s been asked to make comments about the role of communities of faith in urban settings.