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July 2013 What's Happening @ LWLC : Anti-Boredom Month

National Anti-Boredom Month










Cheer up! It's National Anti-Boredom Month!

Activities to spark your creativity and curiosity:

Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts -
The MMFA is open Tuesday - Sunday. Explore the collections, enroll in art class, book club, or summer camp. 

Bama Trails - Get out and enjoy Alabama - Enjoy the warm weather while exploring the nature in Alabama!

Montgomery Zoo - Explore the different realms and discover the amazing animals at the zoo. 

Montgomery Biscuits Baseball - The official farm team of the Tampa Bay Rays 

The MOOseum - The MOOseum offers a fun and interactive way for people to learn about Alabama's $2 billion beef cattle industry. 

Gayle Planetarium - Attend an educational show to explore the solar system and see displays from NASA. 

Martin Luther King Dexter Memorial Baptist Church - The church where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. pastored from 1954-1960 and began his quest for civil rights. Guided tours of the church and parsonage are available. 

Alabama Archives & History Museum - Visit the Archives website to access digital collection or visit the museum to explore the history of Alabama. 

First White House of the Confederacy - The residence of Confederate President Jefferson Davis while Montgomery, AL was the capitol of the Confederacy. Explore the history of Davis and the Confederacy. 

Alabama Shakespeare Festival & Park - Go for a walk with your family, friends, or pet, and enjoy one of the many theatre performance. Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash is playing July 11-August 4. 

Coosa River Adventures - Whitewater canoe and kayak rentals on the Coosa River in Wetumpka. 

Swayback Bridge Trail - Go for a hike and explore the Swayback just outside of Wetumpka. 

Montgomery City-County Public Library - Visit one of the eleven branches to take advantage of the numerous programs and services--book clubs, writing groups, homework assistance, video games, movies, arts & crafts, and much more!

The Capri Theatre - Located in the Cloverdale neighborhood, the Capri shows only independent films. 

Rosa Parks Museum - The Rosa Parks Museum is located at Troy University-Montgomery. Visit the museum to explore the materials and events of individuals associated with the Montgomery Bus Boycott. 

Anti-boredom Campaign Commercial 

Funkin' for Jamaica - Tom Brown

Summer Fitness

Books & eBooks

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