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Commute Challenge

Commuters in Memphis are challenged to shift gears from riding alone to riding with friends, using public transit, walking, or biking to and from work.

12:00 AM

Tributaries: Jill Baker Gower | Reflection

Jill Baker Gower creates jewelry and sculpture informed by her female experience and our consumer culture’s portrayal of women’s needs and desires.

12:00 AM

Babalu’s Burger and Taco of the Month at East Memphis

May is National Burger Month! To celebrate, our taco of the month is The Baba Burger® Taco, a savory mix of caramelized onions, roasted tomatoes and all-natural ground beef, topped with chipotle aioli, sliced avocado and cotija cheese! Also, you can’t go wrong with a classic—our burger of the month is The Original Baba Burger®, available for $5 a la carte on Wednesdays.

11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Babalu’s Burger and Taco of the Month at Overton Square

May is National Burger Month! To celebrate, our taco of the month is The Baba Burger® Taco, a savory mix of caramelized onions, roasted tomatoes and all-natural ground beef, topped with chipotle aioli, sliced avocado and cotija cheese! Also, you can’t go wrong with a classic—our burger of the month is The Original Baba Burger®, available for $5 a la carte on Wednesdays.

11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Memphis 200 Living History Tour

Join Backbeat Tours and Elmwood Cemetery in celebrating Memphis' bicentennial with this fun and unique living history tour! With a modern day bluesman and the colorful Boss Crump as your guide, you’ll meet an eclectic mix of men and women, both famous and not-so-famous, who have made this city great: a frontier trader who knew Memphis before it was Memphis; a Civil War spy; yellow fever survivors; a Beale Street businessman who made the street a home for the African-American community; politicians, merchants, civil rights crusaders, and WC Handy himself, who made Memphis the Home of the Blues.

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Fashion Friends Fashion Show

The First Fashion show May 27,2018, there were 150 people in attendance.

3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Memphis 200 Living History Tour

Join Backbeat Tours and Elmwood Cemetery in celebrating Memphis' bicentennial with this fun and unique living history tour! With a modern day bluesman and the colorful Boss Crump as your guide, you’ll meet an eclectic mix of men and women, both famous and not-so-famous, who have made this city great: a frontier trader who knew Memphis before it was Memphis; a Civil War spy; yellow fever survivors; a Beale Street businessman who made the street a home for the African-American community; politicians, merchants, civil rights crusaders, and WC Handy himself, who made Memphis the Home of the Blues.

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

SCIENCE OF ARTS

Have your portrait painted/sculpted in approximately 10-20 minutes? True art is a science .

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Frenchie!

5:30 PM