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Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit is a statewide celebration of 200 years of statehood presented by Alabama Humanities Foundation in partnership with Alabama Department of Archives and History and Alabama Bicentennial Commission. The exhibit will feature interactive displays, locally created exhibits and events, and an impressive display of Alabama’s history.
You won't want to miss this critically acclaimed production by The Mockingbird Company of Christopher Sergel's play, "To Kill A Mockingbird." Directed this season by founding director Kathy McCoy, the city is celebrating 29 years of the production in Monroeville, hometown of Nelle Harper Lee, author of "To Kill A Mockingbird." All performances are on Friday and Saturdays. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.tokillamockingbird.com.
Every Saturday in April, walking tours will be given of historic downtown Monroeville. Meeting will be on the steps of the Monroe County Museum at 10am. The tours will last approximately one hour.
Join us for the Alabama Writers Symposium, celebrating 22 years in Monroeville, the Literary Capital of Alabama. Two days of author readings, book talks, poetry, and more kick off on Thursday, April 25 in the Old Monroe County Courthouse. All general sessions and workshops, plus a showing of Big Fish are free and open to the public. For more information and for tickets for the Thursday evening Fish Fry and Friday Author Awards Luncheon, please visit www.coastalalabama.edu/aws .
Monroeville Main Street in partnership with the City of Monroeville invite you to celebrate the 10 writers who made Monroeville, Alabama's Literary Capital with a bronze sculpture trail. Artist Craig Wedderspoon's Bronze Sculpture Class at the University of Alabama has created 14 works of art which will form a permanent exhibit throughout historic downtown Monroeville. The sculptures will be unveiled on April 26, 2019 at 2:30 pm on the south lawn of the Monroe County Museum. For more information visit…