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FEATURED EVENTS

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer - The Children's Museum of Memphis

CMOM happily announces our newest traveling exhibit featuring the four heroic ninjas in training – Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opening Halloween Day at CMOM. Leap to the rescue and learn teamwork, collaboration, and problem-solving as you work your way through puzzles, mazes, and obstacles. since 1984, these four iconic brothers have rocked it with their talent and teamwork, inspiring generations. Now you can join these pizza-eating, crime-fighting “Heroes in a Half-Shell” to hone your ninja skills and problem-solving intellect while learning the secrets of the sewer!
Dates: 
03/03/2021
03/04/2021
03/05/2021
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Location:

2525 Central Avenue
Memphis, TN, 38104
United States

Phone:

901-458-2678

Drive-Thru Camp Carnival 2021

New and returning camp families are invited to see what is in store for MJCC Summer Camp 2021! Swing by the MJCC to pick up your MJCC Summer Camp 2021 In A Bag. There will be games, crafts, and other camp items in the bag to bring the carnival home with you! There will be a great photo opportunity for kids and a registration table to get signed up. Camp staff will be on hand to answer any questions. We can't wait to see you!
Dates: 
03/07/2021
12pm - 2pm
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Location:

6560 Poplar Avenue
Germantown, TN, 38138
United States

Phone:

(901) 761-0810

Historic Memphis Walking Tour

This two-hour walking tour of Memphis explores the city's rich history at a fun and leisurely pace. Memphis has always had sometihng of a dual character or split personality: at once a gracious old Southern city of riverboats and cotton money, as well as a rowdy river town of roughnecks, gangsters and gamblers.
Dates: 
03/05/2021
03/06/2021
03/12/2021
9:30am
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Organization:

Backbeat Tours

Location:

197 Beale St. on the Patio Bar at Alfred's on Beale
Memphis, TN, 38103
United States

Phone:

9015279415

Virtual Marine and Environmental Sciences College Fair

Ocean Institute is thrilled to be hosting a FREE Virtual College Fair sponsored by The Nicholas Endowment with keynote speaker- ocean advocate, TV personality, and science communicator Danni Washington. During the fair, there will be live presentations, small session chats, student and alumni panels, exhibits, and more! The interactive day from 9am-3pm will inform and encourage students about post-high school, college, and career opportunities.
Dates: 
03/27/2021
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY

Tennessee Arbor Day Celebration

Celebrate the official City of Memphis Arbor Day and help Memphis City Beautiful celebrate their 90 the anniversary by participating in the ‘Plant the Town Red’ campaign. The celebration will include a reading of the Mayor’s proclamation, tree planting demonstration, tree give-away and a tour of the magnificent trees at MBG. This event is free and open to the public. Masks and social distancing are required.
Dates: 
03/05/2021
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Location:

750 Cherry Road
Memphis, TN, 38117
United States

Phone:

(901) 636-4100

Dinosaurs in Motion - Museum of Science & History - Pink Palace

Dinosaurs in Motion is a new, interactive, engaging STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) experience built for visitors of all ages. Dinosaurs in Motion engages and educates visitors by using 14 magnificent, fully interactive, recycled metal dinosaur sculptures with exposed mechanics inspired by actual fossils. An amazing blend of art, science and innovation, the exhibition weaves in sketching, sculpting, kinetics, biomechanics, observing, and experimenting. Every piece is interactive for visitors to touch and learn. (Exhibit will be cleaned according to COVID protocols.)
Dates: 
03/03/2021
03/04/2021
03/05/2021
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Location:

3050 Central Ave.
Memphis, TN, 38111
United States

Phone:

901.636.2362

Beethoven & Strauss with the BPO (7 pm Eastern)

Double-threat violin and piano phenom Ray Ushikubo returns to perform Beethoven’s youthful, imaginative, first full-length orchestral piece, contrasted by the subdued resignation of Richard Strauss’ sunset years and Metamorphosen, and the pulsating Spanish rhythms of Turina’s tone poem capturing the toreador’s prayers to succeed in the ring versus the audience’s blood-thirsty anticipation of the spectacle.
Dates: 
03/09/2021
7 pm
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY