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April 2014

Monroeville – Alabama Writers Symposium

April 24 - 26

Monroeville April 24-26 Join us to explore the theme “Saints and Sinners” – to challenge your preconceived ideas of good and evil, of real and imagined places, and of where you believe stories begin and end. The lively weekend of literary offerings features readings, signings, an award-winning production of To Kill a Mockingbird and the renowned Readers’ Theatre performed by Alabama’s best. (251) 575-8226 or mbmurphy@ascc.edu. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alabama-Writers-Symposium/234338706040  

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Battle of Selma

April 24 - 27

Selma April 24-27 See the Flags waving, the Bands playing, the Horses prancing, and the Cannons dueling along the Alabama River. 334-872-0901 or info@battleofselma.com www.battleofselma.com  

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Mississippi Symphony Orchestra

April 24
Bibbs- Graves Auditorium,
Livingston, AL United States
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As the largest professional performing arts organization in the state, the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra performs for more than 75,000 Mississippians each year at more than 120 concerts statewide, and the Sumter County Fine Arts Council is lucky enough to draw them across the state line and into Alabama again this year. Area concert goers are no doubt familiar with the symphony’s rich mixture of both classical and popular music. Come out to this annual concert to see what Maestro Crafton…

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Monroeville – To Kill a Mockingbird Play

April 24
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Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until May 17, 2014
Monroe County Heritage Museum,
31 North Alabama Ave, Monroeville, AL 36460 United States
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A two-act play based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Monroeville, Ala. is the birthplace of Harper Lee and is generally regarded as the model for the novel’s fictitious setting of Maycomb. Tickets go on sale March 3. 251-575-7433 http://www.discovermonroeville.com/

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Monroeville – To Kill a Mockingbird Play

April 25
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Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until May 17, 2014
Monroe County Heritage Museum,
31 North Alabama Ave, Monroeville, AL 36460 United States
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A two-act play based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Monroeville, Ala. is the birthplace of Harper Lee and is generally regarded as the model for the novel’s fictitious setting of Maycomb. Tickets go on sale March 3. 251-575-7433 http://www.discovermonroeville.com/

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Camden – Hog Wild for Art

April 26
Black Belt Treasures,
209 Claiborne Street, Camden, AL United States
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Camden April 26 Artists demonstrations from regional traditional and folk artists, youth art activities, storytelling, great food, and an annual Juried Art Show. 334-682-9878 www.blackbelttreasures.com  

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Camden – Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce 4th Annual BBQ Cook-off

Camden April 26 Teams interested in competing for prizes should contact the Wilcox Chamber to sign up. This fun event features live entertainment, children’s entertainment, face painting, delicious BBQ, and lots of community fun. 334-682-4929 or wilcoxdev@pinebelt.net www.wilcoxareachamber.com  

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Thomaston – Pepper Jelly Festival

April 26
Alabama Rural Heritage Center,
Thomaston, AL United States
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Thomaston April 26 Vendors, exhibits, musicians, various tournaments, etc. from Marengo County and throughout the southeast region. Enjoy arts, crafts, food, entertainment, participative activities and take part in many other aspects of Southern life. 334-627-3838 www.ruralheritagecenter.com/festival  

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Selma – Civil War Walking Tour of Old Cahawba

April 26
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Every 3 weeks on Saturday until April 26, 2014
Old Cawhaba Archaeological Park,
Orrville, AL United States
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Civil War Walking Tour of Old Cahawba April 5 & 26 334-872-8058 www.cahawba.com  

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Monroeville – To Kill a Mockingbird Play

April 26
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Every week on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until May 17, 2014
Monroe County Heritage Museum,
31 North Alabama Ave, Monroeville, AL 36460 United States
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A two-act play based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Monroeville, Ala. is the birthplace of Harper Lee and is generally regarded as the model for the novel’s fictitious setting of Maycomb. Tickets go on sale March 3. 251-575-7433 http://www.discovermonroeville.com/

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