sunday, 7 

sunday, 7

More art openings at: Memphis Jewish Community Center for Laurel Sternberg; Memphis Botanic Garden for work by Caroline Winters; and there s an open house at Lisa Kurts Gallery for French Impressionism, with works by such greats as Degas, Monet, and Renoir. Di Anne Price & Her Boyfriends are at the Blue Monkey. Tony Furtado is at the Hi-Tone. And tonight s biggest party is An Evening to Remember at Jay Etkin Gallery, a benefit bash for the Alzheimer s Association, featuring both a silent and live aution, hors d oeuvres, wine, music, and lots of dancing.

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