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Tuesday, January 1

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Joe Wheeler State Park's Annual New Year's Eve Party

Rogersville

Joe Wheeler State Park's Annual New Year's Eve Party

Coastal Christmas 2018

Gulf Shores

Holiday Festivities that take place in Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan during the Christmas Holidays. Visit the website for a schedule of events.

Conde-Charlotte Museum Holiday House 2018

Mobile

Enjoy the beauty of the holidays at one of the oldest homes in Alabama. The variety and authenticity of antiques and Christmas decorations that furnish the Conde-Charlotte Museum reflect Mobile's history under the five flags of nations that governed the Port City: France, England, Spain, the Confederacy, and the United States. The Conde-Charlotte Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The museum will be closed December 22 - 25, 2018, and January 1, 2019.

First Day Hike

Guntersville

Start the year off on the right foot! Join Mike Ezell, Park Naturalist for a 1st Day Hike at Lake Guntersville State Park.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Gulf Shores Polar Bear Dip

Gulf Shores

Bring in the New Year “Gulf Coast style.” Take the Plunge into the Gulf of Mexico for a unique, family friendly, Polar Bear Dip in Gulf Shores.

Hank Williams 66th Memorial

Montgomery

Enjoy live music at the Hank Williams Museum

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Mars Masquerade

Huntsville

Ring in the New Year under the Saturn V moon rocket at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s Davidson Center for Space Exploration. The party starts Dec. 31, at 8 p.m., and the the band takes the stage at 8:30 p.m. Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be available from 8 until 10 p.m., and bars will be open until 1 a.m. Enjoy a celebratory complimentary champagne toast with us at midnight. Mars Masquerade is a black-tie optional event.

New Year's Eve Gala

Guntersville

Look for upcoming packages to accommodate overnight on NYE or the weekend leading up to it? NYE at LGSP includes lodging, dinner, party favors, live entertainment, DJ party, breakfast buffet, and memories to last a life time.

Polar Bear Dip 2019

Ring in the New Year by taking a dip into the Gulf of Mexico at high noon. Dippers and other participants dress up or simply show up for this special day. The Flora-Bama provides the traditional feast of black-eyed peas, cornbread, ham, and more for those who take the plunge.

Reelin' in the New Year at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Reel in this upcoming year with us at The Wharf for our annual New Year’s Eve Street Party.

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Tinsel Trail 2018

Huntsville

The Tinsel Trail is a free display of live Christmas trees in downtown Huntsville’s Big Spring Park annually each December. www.tinseltrail.com

Wednesday, January 2

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Conde-Charlotte Museum Holiday House 2018

Mobile

Enjoy the beauty of the holidays at one of the oldest homes in Alabama. The variety and authenticity of antiques and Christmas decorations that furnish the Conde-Charlotte Museum reflect Mobile's history under the five flags of nations that governed the Port City: France, England, Spain, the Confederacy, and the United States. The Conde-Charlotte Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The museum will be closed December 22 - 25, 2018, and January 1, 2019.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Tinsel Trail 2018

Huntsville

The Tinsel Trail is a free display of live Christmas trees in downtown Huntsville’s Big Spring Park annually each December. www.tinseltrail.com

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Winter Garden Walk

Theodore

Learn about the interesting winter borders and containers throughout the Gardens from Bellingrath’s Horticultural Team. The event is the first of our Winter Wednesdays series in January and February.

Thursday, January 3

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Bouldering Adventure

Fort Payne

Come experience first-hand what bouldering is all about with guides who are fun, safe and energetic. This trip includes all the gear plus basic instruction. We will climb on some of the best boulders atop Lookout Mountain.

Conde-Charlotte Museum Holiday House 2018

Mobile

Enjoy the beauty of the holidays at one of the oldest homes in Alabama. The variety and authenticity of antiques and Christmas decorations that furnish the Conde-Charlotte Museum reflect Mobile's history under the five flags of nations that governed the Port City: France, England, Spain, the Confederacy, and the United States. The Conde-Charlotte Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The museum will be closed December 22 - 25, 2018, and January 1, 2019.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Tinsel Trail 2018

Huntsville

The Tinsel Trail is a free display of live Christmas trees in downtown Huntsville’s Big Spring Park annually each December. www.tinseltrail.com

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Friday, January 4

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Conde-Charlotte Museum Holiday House 2018

Mobile

Enjoy the beauty of the holidays at one of the oldest homes in Alabama. The variety and authenticity of antiques and Christmas decorations that furnish the Conde-Charlotte Museum reflect Mobile's history under the five flags of nations that governed the Port City: France, England, Spain, the Confederacy, and the United States. The Conde-Charlotte Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The museum will be closed December 22 - 25, 2018, and January 1, 2019.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Saturday, January 5

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Alabama Veterans Museum Coffee Call

Athens

All veterans and their families are invited to the museum for breakfast and a time of fellowship with fellow veterans on every first Saturday of the month.

Artist Market @ Lowe Mill A&E

Huntsville

Local and homegrown since 2003, each Saturday you can stroll through our vibrant hall as Flying Monkey Artist Market vendors occupy the spaces between the diverse and eclectic studios of Flying Monkey resident artists on the second floor south of historic Lowe Mill A&E. Prepare to be amused, amazed, and delighted by Tennessee valley artists and craftsmen. Free to attend!

Conde-Charlotte Museum Holiday House 2018

Mobile

Enjoy the beauty of the holidays at one of the oldest homes in Alabama. The variety and authenticity of antiques and Christmas decorations that furnish the Conde-Charlotte Museum reflect Mobile's history under the five flags of nations that governed the Port City: France, England, Spain, the Confederacy, and the United States. The Conde-Charlotte Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The museum will be closed December 22 - 25, 2018, and January 1, 2019.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

First Monday Weekend Trade days

Scottsboro

One of the Deep South's oldest and largest trade days where bartering, haggling, and swapping of goods has not passed on with time. It is a true blend of antique shows, craft fairs, and rummage sales. Believed to have begun in the mid-1850's, where merchants plied their wares around the Court House in downtown Scottsboro.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

ROC DAY: A Community Celebration of Fiber Arts @ North Floor Classroom 2008

Huntsville

It’s KNIT IN PUBLIC, y’all! That means bring a project to work on and join us for a day of of all things fiber. Although the focus for this event is strongly on knitting and crocheting, all fiber artists, makers, and lovers, are encouraged to join. Enjoy making new friends with like minded people. The first 50 arrivals can claim a goodie bag, and we will be handing out door prizes through the event. Network with other attendees and vendors. And stick around for our fashion show where the incredible fiber artists in your community can show off the outfits they’ve made!

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Sunday, January 6

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Old Christmas at Clay Hill

Brundidge

Old Christmas at Clay Hill is celebrated on January 6, each year at historic Clay Hill Church in rural Pike County.

Skating in the Park

Huntsville

Every November, the Huntsville Museum of Art constructs an ice skating rink on the back lawn in Big Spring Park (the heart of Downtown Huntsville, Alabama). Families, couples and friends are encouraged to lace up their skates and come out and experience this unique, holiday tradition in North Alabama!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Monday, January 7

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Tuesday, January 8

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Visit Foley Coffee

Foley

Jan 8, Foley. Visit Foley Coffee 251-943-1300. www.visitfoley.org. Free. Foley Civic Center--Free coffee and doughnuts. Enjoy a walk through Foley and a treasure hunt for free gifts. 9 a.m.-noon. .

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Wednesday, January 9

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Thursday, January 10

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Michael Unger, organ

Birmingham

The 2018-2019 Cathedral Concert Series presents Michael Unger, organ, performing on the 100-rank Grieb-Williams Organ at 7:30 p.m.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Friday, January 11

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Clay Walker at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Oxford

Clay Walker at Oxford Performing Arts Center

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Saturday, January 12

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Festival of the Cranes

Decatur

Festival of the Cranes. 256-350-6639. www.friendsofwheelerrefuge.com. Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge/Visitor Center--Sandhill and Whooping cranes spend the winter at the refuge. Events include viewing the cranes up close, birding workshops and nature walks, kid's activities, and more. Sat., 6:30-5, Sun., 7-5.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

GCAA Art Market

Gulf Shores

Gulf Coast Arts Alliance Art Market, a joint event with the First Presbyterian Church, Gulf Shores, Al.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Winter Excursion

Fort Payne

Fun scenic hike along a creek

Sunday, January 13

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Festival of the Cranes

Decatur

Festival of the Cranes. 256-350-6639. www.friendsofwheelerrefuge.com. Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge/Visitor Center--Sandhill and Whooping cranes spend the winter at the refuge. Events include viewing the cranes up close, birding workshops and nature walks, kid's activities, and more. Sat., 6:30-5, Sun., 7-5.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Ice Skating Rink at The Wharf

Orange Beach

Let us bring winter to you. Grab a pair of skates and glide, spin, or fall into the season at The Wharf!

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

ServisFirst Bank First Light Marathon Presented by Mobile Sports Authority

Mobile

First Light Marathon is coordinated by and benefits L'Arche Mobile. L'Arche is a community where people with and without intellectual disabilities share life together.

Something Rotten! THE BROADWAY MUSICAL - NATIONAL TOUR at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Oxford

Something Rotten! THE BROADWAY MUSICAL - NATIONAL TOUR at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Monday, January 14

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Martin Luther King Celebration & Services

Scottsboro

Come experience where Civil Rights began.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Tuesday, January 15

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Mountaineering Adventure

Fort Payne

Explore a rock maze while, climbing, rappelling, and mountaineering techniques.

Tuesday with Kelly

Wetumpka

Tuesday with Kelly is a lunch and learn event that features a speaker each month and a spot light business. It occurs the 3rd Tuesday of each month from Noon to 1:00 pm.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Wednesday, January 16

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Thursday, January 17

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Choral Evensong

Birmingham

Choral Evensong, 5:30 p.m., sung by the Cathedral Choir, under the direction of Frederick Teardo.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Friday, January 18

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Air Supply at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Oxford

Air Supply at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

An Evening of Songs and Stories with Sean of the South

Gadsden

Cultural Arts is pleased to present Sean Dietrich, also known as Sean of the South. Dietrich is a writer, humorist, novelist, and biscuit connoisseur, known for his commentary and stories on life in the American South.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Toddies and Goat Selfies

Birmingham

Toddies and Goat Selfies Get your GOAT SELFIE with cloven- hoofed Flanders and Clarine. All tips and 10% of art sales will benefit a local charity!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Saturday, January 19

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

Elkmont Hound Dog Half Marathon

Elkmont

This half marathon set in scenic Elkmont, AL is named after Ludivine - a haphazard Blood Hound who wondered into the race start line, ran the race and placed third. Come try to beat her record.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Frigid 5k run & Polar Plunge

Scottsboro

The 5k Trail course is a loop entirely on Camp Maranatha property and is comprised of trail, grass, and gravel.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Mad Scientist Bash

Huntsville

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center Education Foundation’s Saturn Circle is hosting the 2018 Mad Scientist Bash this Saturday, Jan. 20, at the Davidson Center for Space Exploration. Come dressed as your favorite mad scientist or in geek chic for an evening of food, dancing and science under the Saturn V moon rocket. The Mad Scientist Bash benefits the Rocket Center’s STEM-based children’s programs and exhibits, Space Camp scholarships and the newly-created U.S. Cyber Camp. For tickets and more information, visit www.rocketcenter.com.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Sunday, January 20

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Monday, January 21

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

D.A.T.E. Week

Tuscaloosa

D.A.T.E. Week is a chance for you and your significant other to enjoy a night on the town in Tuscaloosa. Local businesses will offer special menu items or prices to help make your night out a wonderful experience.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

Birmingham

BCRI will be open to the public from 9 am-5 pm in honor of MLK Day.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King - Talladega National Forest - Talladega District

Talladega

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Contact Gloria Nielsen

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Bankhead National Forest

Double Springs

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Contact Rita Patterson - 205-489-5111

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Conecuh National Forest

Andalusia

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Contact Tim Mersmann

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Talladega National Forest - Shoal Creek District

Heflin

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Contact Lesley Hodge

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Tuskegee National Forest

Tuskegee

Free Fee Day - Martin L. King Day - Contact Andrew Brown

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Martin Luther King Day Celebration

Montgomery

Held in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Martin Luther King Jr., was pastor of the church from 1954 to 1960.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Tuesday, January 22

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

D.A.T.E. Week

Tuscaloosa

D.A.T.E. Week is a chance for you and your significant other to enjoy a night on the town in Tuscaloosa. Local businesses will offer special menu items or prices to help make your night out a wonderful experience.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Julian Gargiulo- Classical Piano

Troy

Enjoy a fun-filled evening of jokes and classical piano music with internationally renowned Steinway Artist Julian Gargiulo!

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Wednesday, January 23

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Cold Weather Survival Class

Fort Payne

Learn how to survive the wilds even during winter

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

D.A.T.E. Week

Tuscaloosa

D.A.T.E. Week is a chance for you and your significant other to enjoy a night on the town in Tuscaloosa. Local businesses will offer special menu items or prices to help make your night out a wonderful experience.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Thursday, January 24

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

D.A.T.E. Week

Tuscaloosa

D.A.T.E. Week is a chance for you and your significant other to enjoy a night on the town in Tuscaloosa. Local businesses will offer special menu items or prices to help make your night out a wonderful experience.

Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Oxford

Erth's Prehistoric Aquarium at Oxford Performing Arts Center

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Friday, January 25

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

D.A.T.E. Week

Tuscaloosa

D.A.T.E. Week is a chance for you and your significant other to enjoy a night on the town in Tuscaloosa. Local businesses will offer special menu items or prices to help make your night out a wonderful experience.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Glory Denied

Birmingham

Glory Denied is the story of an American family during the turbulent Vietnam War era

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Midday Music

Birmingham

A free, 30-minute concert by the Birmingham Boys Choir.

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival

Troy

The festival begins at 6:30 on Friday night with supper and stories at the We Piddle Around Theater in Brundidge and continues with three storytelling concerts on Saturday (10 a.m., and 2 and 6:30 p.m.) at the Trojan Center Theatre (Troy University) in Troy. The festival features some of the country's top storytellers and includes pre-show music by popular old-time bands. Call 334-685-5524 to find out more.

The Beach Boys at Oxford Performing Arts Center

Oxford

The Beach Boys at Oxford Performing Arts Center

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Saturday, January 26

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

7th Annual Polar Plunge Benefiting Lee County Special Olympics

Auburn

Lee County Special Olympics will host the 7th Annual Polar Plunge on Saturday, Jan. 26 at Samford Pool. Sign up, dive in, and brave the cold as we raise money to help support Lee County Special Olympics athletes at area, state, and national games. Registration forms are located below. Come brave the cold!

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Birmingham Feline Fanciers CFA Allbreed Cat Show

Irondale

Birmingham Feline Fanciers CFA Allbreed Cat Show. 205-919-8129. www.Birminghamfelinefanciers.com. Admission charged. Zamora Shrine Temple, 3521 Ratliff Rd, Irondale, AL--Breeds from around the country will compete for titles, regional and national points. Feline art show, vendors, cats and kittens available for adoption

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

Glory Denied

Birmingham

Glory Denied is the story of an American family during the turbulent Vietnam War era

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival

Troy

The festival begins at 6:30 on Friday night with supper and stories at the We Piddle Around Theater in Brundidge and continues with three storytelling concerts on Saturday (10 a.m., and 2 and 6:30 p.m.) at the Trojan Center Theatre (Troy University) in Troy. The festival features some of the country's top storytellers and includes pre-show music by popular old-time bands. Call 334-685-5524 to find out more.

Senior Bowl 2019

Mobile

Senior Bowl. 251-438-2276. www.seniorbowl.com. Admission charged. Ladd-Peebles Stadium--The Senior Bowl is the nations most unique football game and footballs premier pre-draft event, annually featuring the countrys best senior collegiate football stars and top NFL draft prospects on teams representing the North and South, which are coached by the entire coaching staffs from two National Football League teams. Contest will be nationally televised by NFL Network.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Sunday, January 27

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Alabama Dance Festival

Birmingham

Jan 18-27, Birmingham. Alabama Dance Festival. 205-602-3599. www.alabamadancefestival.org. Admission charged with some events free. Birmingham, various locations--An annual dance festival including dance classes, workshops, performances, and community residency activities.

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Birmingham Feline Fanciers CFA Allbreed Cat Show

Irondale

Birmingham Feline Fanciers CFA Allbreed Cat Show. 205-919-8129. www.Birminghamfelinefanciers.com. Admission charged. Zamora Shrine Temple, 3521 Ratliff Rd, Irondale, AL--Breeds from around the country will compete for titles, regional and national points. Feline art show, vendors, cats and kittens available for adoption

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

Glory Denied

Birmingham

Glory Denied is the story of an American family during the turbulent Vietnam War era

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Monday, January 28

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Tuesday, January 29

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Spotlight on Business

Dothan

Jan. 29, Dothan. Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce Spotlight on Business. 334-792-5138. www.dothan.com. Admission charged. Dothan Civic Center. More than 90 businesses ranging from restaurants to landscaping, home heating to consultants, health care to financial services will be on hand showcasing their products and services to the community. 3-7 p.m..

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Wednesday, January 30

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.

Thursday, January 31

"Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963"

Montgomery

Four little girls who are multi-talented and filled with promise share their hopes and dreams against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

2019 Concert Series

Winfield

The 2019 Concert Series starts in January and ends in April. 1 concert per month.

2019 Double Exposure Statewide Photography Competition-Junior Div.

Tuscaloosa

The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa will present the 16th Annual Double Exposure Juried Photography Exhibit at the Bama Theatre and Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in 2018. The competition will be open to Alabama photographers with divisions for both juniors (Ages 12-17) and adults (Ages 18 and older).

34th Annual Eagle Awareness at Lake Guntersville State Park

Guntersville

Lake Guntersville State Park is sponsoring its 34th year of Eagle Awareness in 2019. Lodging packages will be available in the fall as well as free guided tours and birds of prey programs. Check out our website at: http://www.alapark.com/Lake-Guntersville-State-Park-Eagle-Awareness-Weekends

Beaks & Barks Winter Festival

Huntsville

When the weather outside is wintery, that’s no reason to stay trapped inside. Come have fun in the Garden during Beaks and Barks. We’ve got lots of activities taking place mid January through the end of February for enjoying the Garden during the coldest months of the year. You’ll be able to explore the Lewis Birding Trail, included on the North Alabama Birding Trail Map, take some classes on birding and be part of the global Great Back Yard Bird Count. Bring your favorite four-legged friend to the Garden each day to stretch your legs and play some fetch in our “No Leash Zone.” Here, your dog can play off-leash with his pals while you make friends with other pet parents.

Collectors and Collections III: Broader Horizons

Wetumpka

Imagine collecting art your whole life…. now imagine an exhibit from more the thirty collectors. Come see these beautiful collections at “The Kelly,” on Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 4:00. at 408 S. Main Street, Wetumpka, AL.

First Monday Trade Days

Scottsboro

First Monday Trade Day in Scottsboro may sound like just a day but it's an entire weekend of trading. First Monday is held each month beginning on the Saturday before the first Monday of the month in Downtown Scottsboro at the Square. It's a trade day for local craftsman, food vendors, and anyone who wants to come sell or trade their items.

Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, at the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center

Mobile

The Gulf Coast Exploreum proudly announces a new exhibition, Genghis Khan: The Great Civilizer, to be presented in Mobile, January to April 2019.

In Recollection of Revelry and Grandeur Past: Carnival Courts of 1969 and 1994

Mobile

Every year, The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the people and art objects of the Mobile Carnival Association's 25th and 50th Anniversary Courts. Revel in a elaborate display of royal trains, crowns, and memorabilia. The stories of the people and designers behind the glittering array rival the objects themselves.

John Augustus Walker: Artist-Designer of Mobile and Carnival

Mobile

John Augustus Walker ranks as one of the most admired Alabama artists of the early 20th Century. His diverse oeuvre includes WPA murals, delicate watercolors, and detailed paintings. Walker was for over years the parade designer of the Infant Mystics, Mobile's second oldest parading society. This exhibit explores Walker's art and life through a lavish selection of his varied works.

Let it Snow!

Gadsden

Slide on the snow slide, go sock skating and play in the snow!

Million Dollar Quartet

Birmingham

The Tony® Award Winning musical, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is set on December 4, 1956, when an extraordinary twist of fate brought Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Elvis Presley together at Sun Records in Memphis for what would be one of the greatest jam sessions ever.

The Bomb Show Exhibition

Birmingham

The Bomb Show Exhibition with guest curator Larry Jens Anderson

Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Kickoff

Tuscaloosa

This event will serve as the official kickoff for Tuscaloosa's Bicentennial celebration.

Winter Camellia and Cold Hardy Displays at Bellingrath Gardens and Home

Theodore

Enjoy our numerous camellia varieties and an interesting winter garden filled with the blooms of ornamental kale, cabbages and mustard, pansies and violas, cyclamen, tulips and more.