Scenes and Stories of Monroeville: “To Kill a Mockingbird” Seminar

Old Courthouse Museum Downtown Square, Monroeville, AL

251-575-7433- www.tokillamockingbird.com. Free admission. Citizens of Monroeville share their life stories to help teachers and readers of “To Kill a Mockingbird” understand the differences between Monroeville and Harper Lee’s fictional Maycomb of Lee’s novel. SARIC credit given for teachers. This program is open to the public as well as teachers.

Monroeville – Cajun Fest

Old Courthouse Museum Downtown Square, Monroeville, AL

Our Hoedown on the Square was so much fun last year, we’re gonna do it again…but with a Cajun twist! Join us on the lawn of the Old Courthouse from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm on Thursday, Oct. 13th for mouth-watering servings of Gumbo, Jambalaya, Red Beans & Rice, Boiled Peanuts, Fried Fruit Pies and […]

Monroeville – Fruitcake Festival Celebrating Truman Capote

Old Courthouse Museum Downtown Square, Monroeville, AL

Festival celebrating Truman Capote and the Southern fruitcake made famous by Sook and Buddy in “A Christmas Memory”. Homemade fruitcakes, divinity and local pecans will be on sale. A silent auction will be held for specially made fruitcakes in collectible tins, much as Capote himself made. Friday night’s program will feature Dawn Hare as Monroeville’s […]

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