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Come to Old Alabama Town as the staff takes a moment to reflect on the history pf the Landmarks Foundation and embrace the new future. Staff members will lead two brief tours discussing how Landmarks built Old Alabama Town and give members a sneak peak of the new tour program. Come out and e…

Alabama Dance Theatre announces 2020-2021 Company, Covid-19 performance plans, and staff updates

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Following state and federal guidelines, Old Alabama Town reopened earlier this month. Located in downtown Montgomery, Old Alabama Town is an outdoor living history museum with 48 authentically restored 19th and early 20th century structures stretching six blocks. Visitors can see a one-room …

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Fans of two of Montgomery’s most famous residents will no doubt want to get a copy of the new book, All of the Belles: The Montgomery Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Published by New South Books, Belles tells of the Roaring Twenties, during which time Fitzgerald wrote three stories about the…

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Best-selling author Cassandra King Conroy was born and raised in Alabama’s Wiregrass region. She later embraced a move to South Carolina’s mesmerizing Lowcountry, where she currently lives.

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Huntingdon College will host the annual Vann Vocal Institute March 12 - 14. David Cangelosi and his panel of guest artists take two days to coach 25 aspiring young vocalists and instruct them on how to excel as pro. The venue for Vann Vocal has been moved to the Jim Wilson Auditorium at the …

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Have you ever asked a child what they think? Odds are you will get an honest answer! Ask area youth is exactly what Betsy Hosp did when Jasmine Hill Gardens was setting a vision for its future. “The smallest, kindest action makes a difference” said one child, and another “We can treat the pl…

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Back by popular demand, the Alabama Dance Theatre will present the full-length timeless fairytale classic “Cinderella” March 6-8 at the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts. Experience the magic of the royal ball, a beautiful princess, a pumpkin carriage, an enchanted Fairy Godmother, and o…

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Join the Alabama Dance Theatre as it honors and treasures the memories of Founding Artistic Director, Miss Kitty at  “Afternoon Tea with ADT,” Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 2:00 p.m., Capitol City Club. Your presence is precious.  All will enjoy a traditional English tea complete with tea sand…

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Come spend a Fall day in the country at the 52nd Pike Road Arts & Crafts Fair from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 2, 2019. See over 150 vendors display their beautiful and unique wares on the grounds of the historic Marks House (circa 1825). Shopping doesn’t get any bett…

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If you were out and about in Pike Road recently, you no doubt noticed roadside artists at various locations around the town. That’s not unusual, but there were more artists about Friday and Saturday the 18th and 19th of October. The Town of Pike Road and the Pike Road Arts Council welcomed a…

The public is invited to attend Bearing Witness: Art of Alabama, a gathering of art, history, and other experts from universities, museums, and organizations across the state and nation who will join with fellow professionals and others interested in the State’s cultural history over three d…

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Cornhole, The children's game that originated in Ohio, has now been adopted by adults. I'd seen youngsters playing the game but never gave it much thought until I realized just how popular cornhole really is. For the 5th year in a row, the River Region Amateur Cornhole Classic has been held …

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Alabama Dance Theatre dancers and students continue to win acceptance, scholarships, and awards at some of the nation’s most selective dance institutions, colleges and universities. ADT is proud to announce that the following dancers have received awards, acceptance and/or scholarships to th…

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Several years ago, when I heard the full mellow sounds of Alan Jackson’s voice singing Seven Bridges Road on the TNN Music City News Awards Show, I remembered a spring Sunday more than 30 years ago when the song was written.