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Christmas Traditions in Evergreen, Alabama

No one is left out in Evergreen Alabama when it comes to celebrating Christmas—from your companion animals, children, and the elderly citizens, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

My favorites include The Christmas Journey—a live nativity scene presented by the members of the Community of Christ Church on the corner of Rural and Martin Streets a block from Historic Downtown Evergreen one weekend out of the month of December. The church members dress up as members of that Nativity scene of long-ago with live animals; visitors can drive by or park and get out and walk along the sidewalk with luminaries lighting their way. This is a project in which the church members give back to their community—a gift to Evergreen—every year.

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Native American Trail

Baldwin One of the most brutal massacres in American history took place at Fort Mims during the Creek Indian War. The Creeks, led by Red Eagle, took the fort killing all but about 36 of some 550 in the fort. The Creeks had been armed by the British at Pensacola in this phase of the […]

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Evergreen City Park

Evergreen Municipal Park is a 65-acre emerald in the crown of the community! This park is located within the city limits of Evergreen, Alabama about 2 miles from downtown and brimming with year-round activities, from family reunions to baseball games and community festivals. While important events are celebrated here, like Christmas and the Fourth of […]

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Conecuh Sausage Factory & Gift Shop

Conecuh hickory smoked products began back in 1947. A lot of preparation goes into producing the delicious smoked sausage, bacon, ham and turkeys. Only the best quality meats have been chosen. Those quality meats have been prepared with a patented blend of seasonings. They are then smoked over a pure hickory fire for that True […]

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The Federal Road

This trail starts in Milledgeville, Ga, with an off-shoot to Mobile through Conecuh, Clarke and Washington Counties in Alabama and ends in New Orleans. The Old Federal Road was traveled by all settlers coming out of the original 13 states around 1814 (after the Indian wars). These settlers wanted to attain land grants in the […]

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