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got plans 2.0 | 5.29 – 5.31

05.29.2009 by André Natta · → 3 Comments

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Of course you know that tonight’s the night with the first Art on the Rocks of the season and the second Sound of Summer evening with the Symphony in Caldwell Park, but I’m thinking that most of you haven’t figured out that it’s just the first night of an awesome Birmingham weekend.

Birmingham’s (and Alabama’s) only gay and lesbian film festival, Birmingham SHOUT, runs it’s opening film Sissyboy tonight at 8 p.m., but be sure to get there early for the filmmaker reception at 6:30. WorkPlay is host to the two day festival that showcases “…features, documentaries and short films by new and established artists” while giving “attendees the opportunity to view topics of interest to the LGBT communities.” Be sure to check this event out and show some support for Birmingham’s gay and lesbian community.

…to give a quick run down of what else is happening this weekend: The Birmingham Urban League is having the Young Professional’s Throw Back Prom tonight at 8 p.m., tickets are $25 at the door.

Saturday stop by the Open Door Cafe for the 5th Annual Mudbugs & Music Crawfish Boil benefiting Juvenile arthritis, checkout the details highlighted by NBC 13.

If you haven’t heard Manchester Orchestra, you need to, and to further emphasis that you need to go see them at Bottletree Sunday night. Speaking of Sunday, it doesn’t look like rain so that means kickball, check it out @gokickball.

I’ll be out of town overnight Saturday, but keep an eye on @J_Don, to find out about anything that I might have left out.

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Jason Donaldson
Jason Donaldson

How could I not mention it? Jacob, you know me better than that. Bump N' Grind warrants from page coverage. Check it out...

jacob
jacob

2nd manchester orchestra. they're fantastic. also, j_d, how could you not mention the best pro mt bike race ever in the deep south? bump n' grind tomorrow @ oak mtn. i'm going to spectate, not race, but it will still be awesome.

christina
christina

OOOoo..I like the Go Kickball thing...I'd love to go play.. and I'm crossing my fingers that I'll see you at Art on The Rocks...