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Come aboard if you dare for an evening excursion through the darker side of 'the people's city.' Join us for Tombigbee Haints and Haunts itombi ikbi: a coffin maker's tale, a spine-tingling presentation of stories about real people, true history, and ghosts! Tickets are available for $15 per person at the Canebrake Craft Corner next to Bluff Hall. Seating for each tour is limited, so please call the Canebrake Craft Corner at 334-289.9644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets and more…
Celebrate Atmore's founding in 1866 as a supply stop along the railroad. Enjoy fine arts, original crafts, food, children's activities, live music under the fiddlers' tent, heritage demonstrations including an old-time cane mill, antique car show, 5k run and live entertainment featuring blues, gospel, country music and more. For more information, call 251-368-3305.
Features children's activities: games, crafts, creepy-crawly table, owl prowl, story time. Plus: bird of prey shows, rehabilitated wild bird release, & complimentary candy. Meet Alabama’s native owls & the world’s largest owl species up close!! Free after paid admission to Oak Mountain State Park. For more information, call 205-663-7930 or email email@example.com.
Living history event featuring costumed re-enactors, demonstrations and more. Alston-Cobb House and Mathews Log Cabin open for tours. Live music, 1800's children's games, crafts and activities, homemade baked goods, and outdoor campfire cooking. Hands-on activities include rope making, candle making, clothes washing, hide tanning, old timey dancing, petting zoo and much more. The event is held annually on the last Saturday of October. For more information, call 251-275-8684.
The Pioneer Days event is the first week in November, when the park is turned into an early Alabama pioneer settlement. Watch a weaver, Banjo-maker, Spinner, a treenware maker, Blacksmith, Trapper, work in the Women's Camp and much more. School groups must call Monroe County Museum at 251-575-7433 in advance to register. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 251-575-7433 for more information.
Cane Syrup Makin' Day is an annual tradition, held the first Saturday in November. Watch as sugar cane is squeezed in a mule-driven cane grinder, boiled into syrup and then canned. Syrup for sale as it cooks off and is bottled. Food vendors on site. Hours are 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Taste of Monroeville is an annual food festival celebrating southern cuisine. The fun community event will feature live music and food from local restaurants, community groups and caterers. $30 tickets include 6 taste tabs for sample size tasting with 2 drink tickets for beer and wine. You are not going to want to miss this fun community event. For more information, call 251-743-2879.
Celebrate a cultural tradition during Thanksgiving this year, with the Poarch Creek Indians. Each Year, tribal members gather on this original Creek land for their annual Pow Wow. You're invited to join the festivities. Enjoy a brilliant display of authentic dress and exhibition dancing by Tribes from throughout the country. Watch the crowning of the Poarch Creek Indian Princesses and shop from numerous booths for crafts, quilts, and other keepsakes. For more information, call 251-368-9136.
The Town of Pine Apple through its Park and Recreation Committee is proud to sponsor the 24th Hunter Appreciation Day on Saturday, November 28, 2020, in historic downtown Pine Apple, Alabama. This downtown event features arts and crafts, live entertainment, hunters, and an antique car parade. Pine Apple is known as a popular deer and turkey hunting mecca as well as being on the National Register of Historic Places because of its unique combination of historical architectural style homes. FREE…
Step back in time at our annual tour of historic homes, churches, and buildings throughout Perry County, sponsored by the Perry County Historical and Preservation Society. Gracious volunteers decorate their homes and spread Christmas cheer! Period dressed ladies and gentleman will greet you at the door. The Marion Female Seminary serves as headquarters and is filled with crafts and food for sale from local vendors, including Mennonite baked goods. You will also find entertainment and homemade refreshments for your delight!…