Sucarnochee Folklife Festival
April 18 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Everyone is invited to Livingston to discover some of the best musicians, artists, storytellers and cornbread chefs the Black Belt has to offer. The festival, named after the Sucarnochee River that flows through Livingston, is packed with a variety of activities situated around Courthouse Square. An always favorite is the Cornbread Cook-off, a culinary delight, allowing cooks to wow the judges in three categories: traditional cornbread, specialty cornbread and best recipe using cornbread. Artisans from around the region will create a variety of folk crafts including pine needle and gourd baskets, shell carvings, metal works, wood carvings and pottery. Food vendors and artists allow visitors to take home a piece of tradition. For more information, call 205-652-5545.