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Saturday, May 25

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Sunday, May 26

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Monday, May 27

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Tuesday, May 28

Elayne Goodman: Art as Life

Tuscumbia

May 28-Jul 12, Tuscumbia. Elayne Goodman: Art as Life. 256-383-0533. www.tvaa.net. Admission charged. Tennessee Valley Museum of Art--Exhibit of works by the artist created from recycled yard sale and auction items, some with motifs such as Elvis, Bible stories and fish. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1-3 p.m.

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Millbrook Farmers Market

Millbrook

May 28-Aug 27, Millbrook. Millbrook Farmers Market. 334-285-0330. www.cityofmillbrook.org. Free. The Village Green--Tuesday afternoons throughout the summer enjoy fresh locally grown produce and more. 3-6 p.m..

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Opelika Farmers Market

Opelika

Every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Wednesday, May 29

Elayne Goodman: Art as Life

Tuscumbia

May 28-Jul 12, Tuscumbia. Elayne Goodman: Art as Life. 256-383-0533. www.tvaa.net. Admission charged. Tennessee Valley Museum of Art--Exhibit of works by the artist created from recycled yard sale and auction items, some with motifs such as Elvis, Bible stories and fish. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1-3 p.m.

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Millbrook Farmers Market

Millbrook

May 28-Aug 27, Millbrook. Millbrook Farmers Market. 334-285-0330. www.cityofmillbrook.org. Free. The Village Green--Tuesday afternoons throughout the summer enjoy fresh locally grown produce and more. 3-6 p.m..

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Opelika Farmers Market

Opelika

Every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Thursday, May 30

Elayne Goodman: Art as Life

Tuscumbia

May 28-Jul 12, Tuscumbia. Elayne Goodman: Art as Life. 256-383-0533. www.tvaa.net. Admission charged. Tennessee Valley Museum of Art--Exhibit of works by the artist created from recycled yard sale and auction items, some with motifs such as Elvis, Bible stories and fish. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1-3 p.m.

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Millbrook Farmers Market

Millbrook

May 28-Aug 27, Millbrook. Millbrook Farmers Market. 334-285-0330. www.cityofmillbrook.org. Free. The Village Green--Tuesday afternoons throughout the summer enjoy fresh locally grown produce and more. 3-6 p.m..

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Opelika Farmers Market

Opelika

Every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.

Friday, May 31

Elayne Goodman: Art as Life

Tuscumbia

May 28-Jul 12, Tuscumbia. Elayne Goodman: Art as Life. 256-383-0533. www.tvaa.net. Admission charged. Tennessee Valley Museum of Art--Exhibit of works by the artist created from recycled yard sale and auction items, some with motifs such as Elvis, Bible stories and fish. Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1-3 p.m.

Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez

May 19-Sept 29, Huntsville. Encounters: Rocio Rodriguez. 256-535-4350. www.hsvmuseum.org. Huntsville Museum of ArtThe latest exhibition in this long-standing showcase for outstanding regional contemporary art features the large-scale canvases of Rocio Rodriguez, a Cuban native who has spent over 20 years living and working in Atlanta.

First Fridays

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. Florence First Fridays. 256-740-4141. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Downtown Florence--Monthly event with local and regional artists selling their works on the sidewalks. Downtown merchants open late. 5-8 p.m.

First Fridays Florence

Mar 1-Dec 6, Florence. First Fridays Florence. 877-290-8880. www.firstfridaysflorence.com. Free. Downtown Florence-- On the first Friday of each month from March through December, Historic Downtown Florence comes alive with art, music, shopping and entertainment for the whole family. 5-8 p.m. .

Get Healthy on the Railroad Sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of AL

Birmingham

Free Exercise Classes Every Weekday Evening at 6:00 p.m., April through October!

Green & Gray Saturday

Fort Payne

Jan 12-Dec 12, Fort Payne. Green & Gray Saturday. 256-845-8548. www.canyoncenter.org. Free. Little River Canyon Field School Educational/Interpretive Center--The National Park Service staff and volunteers will present Green & Gray programs on the second Saturday of each month. Topics include park resources and activities, climate change, recycling, energy conservation, eco-gardening, exotic plants, native landscaping, pollution prevention, green energy, and more. 10-11 a.m.

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

Huntsville

May 1-Sept 30, Huntsville. Green Things and Butterfly Wings. 256-830-4447 ext. 290. www.hsvbg.org. Admission charged. Huntsville Botanical Garden--The Nature Center at Huntsville Botanical Garden is the nation's largest open-air butterfly house with more than 2,000 butterflies, fluttering freely among beautiful vegetation, a trickling creek and even a cascading waterfall. Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Guided Nature Hikes

Guntersville

Mar 2-Dec 14, Guntersville. Guided Nature Hikes. 256-571-5440. www.alapark.com/events. Free. Lake Guntersville State Park Resort--Guided nature hikes every Saturday morning with a different trail hiked each week, so meeting places vary. Bird watching, hiking safety, plant identification and edible/medicinal properties of some plants are discussed.

HillBilly Trade Days

Tuskegee

Jan 12-Dec 14, Tuskegee. HillBilly Trade Days. 334-727-6476. Free. The HillBilly Mall, 8870 U.S. Hwy. 80 E.Year round flea market on the second Saturday of each month. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Korean War Jets Exhibit

Birmingham

Jan 1-Dec 31, Birmingham. Korean War Jets Exhibit. 205 833 8226. www.southernmuseumofflight.org. Admission charged. Southern Museum of Flight--Features the fighter jets F-86 Sabre and the MiG-15 aircraft of the Korean War era as part of a unique diorama display. Tues.-Sat., 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Library Exhibit Series

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City. Library Exhibit Series. 256-329-6796 or 256-234-4644. www.alexandercityonline.com/adelia-russell.html. Free. Adelia M. Russell LibraryPoetry readings, musical presentations, movie, games, book signings and more. Special events, seasonal activities and more at the Children's Library. Call or check website for event schedule. 9 a.m.-4 p.m..

Market Day

Woodstock

Jan 12-Dec 14, Woodstock. Market Day. 205-938-3299. www.woodstockfestivalartcenter.com. Free. Woodstock Festival Art Center--Vendors, handcrafters, live music. Special activities TBA. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Market Day at Plank Road Station

Talladega

May 25-Oct 26, Talladega. Market Day at Plank Road Station. 256-362-2857. www.facebook.com/PlankRoadStation#!/PlankRoadStation. Fee for participants only. AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station, Winterboro--Local arts and crafts and food and music vendors sell their wares. Market held the fourth Saturday, May-October. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Memories of World War II

May 25-Jul 14, Dothan. Memories of World War II. 334-794-3871. www.wiregrassmuseum.org. Wiregrass Museum of Art--The exhibition is a spectrum of over 100 photos from all theaters of World War II and the home front, culled from tens of thousands of pictures in The Associated Press Archives, including material from AP photo files in Europe and Asia that have not been seen since the war. Opening reception May 24th.

Millbrook Farmers Market

Millbrook

May 28-Aug 27, Millbrook. Millbrook Farmers Market. 334-285-0330. www.cityofmillbrook.org. Free. The Village Green--Tuesday afternoons throughout the summer enjoy fresh locally grown produce and more. 3-6 p.m..

Mountain Top Flea Market

Jan-Dec, Attalla. Mountain Top Flea Market. 800-535-2286. www.mountaintopfleamarket.com. 6 mi. w. of Attalla--Flea Market to buy, sell or trade all types of merchandise, 1000 booths. Open 5 a.m. Sundays only all year round. . .

Neighborhood Watch Meetings

Center Point

Feb 5-Dec 3, Center Point. Neighborhood Watch Meetings. 205-853-9711. www.centerpointchamber.com. Free. Center Point City Hall--Every 1st Tuesday. 7-8 p.m.

Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit

Anniston

Feb 1-Nov 1, Anniston. Noble Gallery's Artist Reception and Exhibit. 256-237-5921. downtownanniston.com/nunnallys. Free. Nunnally's Custom Framing, 1014 Noble St.--Noble Gallery's quarterly opening and wine and cheese reception, with a display of local art including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and more. Events will take place on Feb. 1, May 3, Aug. 2 and Nov. 1, from 5-8 p.m.

Opelika Farmers Market

Opelika

Every Tuesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show

Alexander City

Jan 1-Dec 31, Alexander City . Sarah Carlisle Towery Art Show . 256-215-4251- www.alex.k12.al.us. Free. Alexander City Board of Education, 375 Lee St.Yearlong exhibit featuring art composed at Childrens Harbor retreats. Also included are select works of Sarah Carlisle Towery. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.. .

Saturday Jam Sessions

Jan 12-Dec 24, Montgomery. Saturday Jam Sessions. 888-240-1850. www.oldalabamatown.com. Free. Old Alabama Town--Pick and grin the jam sessions, held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month at the historic Rose House. Admission to the jam sessions is free; tickets to tour Old Alabama Town are available at the Reception Center. 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Second Saturdays at Riverfront Park

Montgomery

Every second Saturday in April through September, the entire city as well as visitors or invited to Riverfront Park for a free family-friendly event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fun includes live entertainment, games for all ages (bocce ball and more!), food vendors and adult libations at the SandBAR at the Silos.