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October 2014

Marion – Alabama Military Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony

October 24
Marion Military Institute,
Washington St, Marion, AL United States
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The Military Hall of Honor honors Alabama’s military heroes with an annual induction ceremony, Pass in Review, and luncheon.  Reservations required for lunch. The AMHH Museum is open by appointment. https://www.marionmilitary.edu/ 334-683-2346

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Halloween in Historic Gainsville

October 25
Downtown Gainesville,
Gainesville, AL United States
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Children will enjoy a hay ride, pumpkin carving contest, costume contest, face painting, and inflatable bounces, and the adults can participate in the Chili Cook-off.

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Atmore – Williams Station Day

October 25 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Williams Station Day,
South Pensacola Ave, Atmore, AL United States
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For the young and young at heart we offer an old fashioned sampling of southern heritage seasoned with the blues, arts and crafts, cane milling and heritage displays.  Join us! (251) 368-3305 atmoreal@frontiernet.net http://www.atmorechamber.com/stnday.htm

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Monroeville – 1930s styled Harvest Hoedown

October 30 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Old Courthouse Museum,
Downtown Square, Monroeville, AL United States
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As the heat of the summer growing season fades to the cool crispness of fall evenings, our attention turns to the bounty of the harvest in this still-rural community. The Monroe County Heritage Museum will be hosting a 1930s styled Harvest Hoedown. Travel back in time as the lawn surrounding the Old Courthouse becomes the setting for a simple Alabama county festival. Come in period dress to dance under the stars, or just stomp along, as our favorite regional band,…

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November 2014

Jackson – Fall Festival

November 1 - November 2
Downtown Jackson,
Commerce Street, Jackson, AL United States
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Arts and crafts booths and food vendors line the streets of downtown from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. selling a variety of items perfect for holiday gifts. The Fall Festival is a family event offering entertainment for every age. The children can enjoy unlimited use of various games with the purchase of an armband. Outdoor enthusiast will be entertained by the Lumberjack Competition and the Bob Smith Memorial Antique Auto Show. (251) 246-3251 jacksonchamber@earthlink.net http://www.clarkecountyal.com/annual_events.htm

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Selma – Kenan’s Mill Festival

November 1

Held the first Saturday of November, Kenan’s Mill Fall Festival is a celebration of rural life and traditions in the Black Belt of Alabama.  The 13th annual Kenan’s Mill Festival will be held on Saturday, Nov. 1 with live music, stone-ground cornmeal, an apple-cider making demonstration, and children’s activities. http://historicselma.org/kenans-mill-festival/

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Jackson – The Clarke-Washington Fair

November 3 - November 9
Jackson Fairgrounds,
Stanley Drive, Jackson, AL 36545 United States
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Carnival rides and games, competitions, exhibits, and entertainment go on throughout the week. http://www.clarkecountyal.com/annual_events.htm

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Beatrice – Pioneer Days at Rikard’s Mill Historical Park

November 6 - November 7
Rikard's Mill,
Beatrice, AL United States

An Interactive Learning Experience Like No Other!  Teachers statewide have been invited to bring their history and social studies classes of all ages to Rikard’s Mill, a restored 1845 grist mill, for a full day of interactive learning. They will have hands-on experience of helping women wash clothes, see yarn being made, basket-making, ride a mule-pulled wagon, play old –timey instruments, walk nature trails, and see many more old fashion activities. Mac, the mule, will be pulling the mill and…

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Grove Hill – Pioneer Day at Clake County Historical Museum

November 8
Clarke County Historical Museum,
116 W. Cobb Street, Grove Hill , AL 36451 United States
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The grounds are transformed into a living history exhibit for visitors interested in the pioneer way of life. How to make syrup from sorghum cane… how a pioneer wife washed her family’s clothes… how cotton was cleaned, combed, spun, and eventually woven into fabric… candle making… lye soap making… corn husk doll making… and many other techniques are revisited and demonstrated for the public. Children can even play games from the late 1800’s. Admission is free. http://www.clarkecountyal.com/annual_events.htm

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Orrville – West Dallas Antique Tractor Show

November 8

The ORRVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT sponsors the annual WEST DALLAS ANTIQUE TRACTOR, CAR, GAS ENGINE & CRAFT SHOW for family fun! http://www.orrvilletractorshow.com/ orrvillefire@yahoo.com

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