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April 2015
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Lake LU Birdwalk

April 4 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Lake Livingston and Trails,
32.602958 -88.189811, Livingston, AL United States
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Join John Hall and James Lamb, expert birders and interpreters, along with Stephen Liberman, Black Belt Gardens at Lake LU for a bird walk that is sure to be spectacular. Spring migration will be well underway and this site, considered one of the best in west Alabama by the Alabama Birding Trails program, will be packed with birds! Start at Campbell House in Livingston with a cup of coffee and fresh muffins from the bakery, provided by the Sumter County…

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26th Annual production of “To Kill a Mockingbird”

April 10 - May 16
Old Courthouse Museum,
Downtown Square, Monroeville, AL United States
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Adaptation by C. Sergel, Apr 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 24, *25, & May 1, 2, 8, 9, 14 15, 16. Old Courthouse Museum. Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7 pm.  $50. (*$75 April 25, includes lavish party). www.monroecountymuseum.org  

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Alabama Artists Roots and Wings Art Show

April 11 - May 2
Arts Revive Carneal Building,
3 Church Street, Selma, AL United States
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ArtsRevive is pleased to announce its 13th annual juried art competition. The show has grown significantly over the past several years in size and popularity, and most importantly, in the quality of the submissions for consideration. Alabama Artists: Roots and Wings is a reflection of that growth. Entry for 2015 is open to artists who are from Alabama although they may now live and work elsewhere (Wings) as well as those artists who currently live in Alabama (Roots). The ArtsRevive show has…

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$30

Crappie Tournament

April 11
Miller’s Ferry Lake,
Camden, AL 36726 United States

Fishing for crappie.

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$20

Spring Pilgrimage in Demopolis

April 11 @ 8:00 am - April 12 @ 5:00 pm
Gaineswood,
805 South Cedar Avenue, Demopolis, AL United States
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The Marengo County Historical Society swings open the doors to its biennial Spring Pilgrimage of historic homes in Demopolis, Alabama, on April 11-12, 2015. This year’s tour includes THE WAY WE WORKED, a Smithsonian Institute traveling exhibit. The exhibit, in conjunction with the Southern Literary Trail 2015, welcomes Alabama Humanities’ Road Scholar Christopher Lang to talk about Antique Alabama Furniture. Lang depicts the rich and diverse traditions of Alabama cabinetmaking trade. There will be a display table with show and…

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Historic US 80 Hi*Way Sale

April 16 - April 18
Courthouse Square – Downtown Livingston,
Livingston, AL United States

The Historic US 80 Hi*Way Sale takes place the third Thursday through Saturday of April, April 16th – 18th, 2015, and is a project of the Alabama Rural Development Office, the Black Belt Commission, and the Chambers and Cities all along Highway 80 from Texas to Georgia and Phenix City to Cuba in Alabama. The Hi*Way Sale will even veer off Hwy 80 to go through several other Black Belt counties including York and Livingston. This back roads tour will provide visitors…

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Livingston – Sucarnochee Folklife Festival

April 18

The Sucarnochee Folklife Festival is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of the unique life ways of Black Belt residents with demonstrations of traditional crafts including pottery, metal works, quilting, and more from artists throughout the State. (205) 652-3829 centerforblackbelt@uwa.edu http://centerforblackbelt.org/

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Old Howard 100 Bike Ride

April 18
Judson College,
302 Bibb St, Marion, AL 36756 United States
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The Old Howard 100 is a ride through three counties in Alabama’s historic Black Belt sponsored by Samford University’s Howard College of Arts and Sciences. The event benefits Sowing Seeds of Hope, a partnership between Perry County and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship that seeks to enhance the quality of work and life in Perry County through improved educational opportunities, health care, tourism, transportation and economic development. Starting with the 2013 ride, the Old Howard 100 became part of the Alabama Backroads…

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Selma – Butterflies and Bridges 8K Race

April 18 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Selma High School,
2180 Broad Street, Selma, AL 36701 United States

The Butterflies and Bridges Run is a fun, family-oriented event that showcases historic Selma, Alabama, its artists, architecture and its students athletes. Held each Spring, The Butterflies and Bridges Run serves as a fundraising event for Selma City School’s Athletic Department. Local students, teachers, parents and friends can earn extra money for their respective school by participating in one of two events: a competitive 8K or a 2-mile fun run and walk. We encourage all of you to join us,…

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Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

April 21 @ 7:30 pm
Bibb Graves Hall-University of West Alabama campus, Livingston,
100 U.S. 11, Livingston, AL United States

The Sumter County Fine Arts Council welcomes the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra this Spring. As the largest professional performing arts organization in their state, the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra performs for more than 75,000 Mississippians each year at more than 120 concerts statewide. Many of their Bravo and Pops Series concerts are performed on their home stage in Thalia Mara Hall in Jackson, Mississippi, but their musical magic can be experienced in Livingston, Alabama. Critics and presenters around the country have embraced…

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