saturday, 28 

saturday, 28

Today s Brooks Museum Family Day in Overton Park starts at 10 a.m. with a panda parade from the museum to the zoo and features Chinese folk dancers, hands-on art activities, Chinese calligraphy and fan making at the Peabody Place Museum Tent on the lawn of the Memphis College of Art, and other celebrations of Chinese culture. Tonight s Memphis Jam Concert Series show at the Mud Island Amphitheatre features Saliva, July for Kings, The Working Title, and Lucero. Native Son is at the Blue Monkey Midtown (and if you haven t heard, the Blue Monkey Downtown is now open!). And back at The Lounge, there s a Crash Into June CD-Release Party.

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