Time for the Alabama Weekend Roundup. This weekly post highlights different and unique events across Alabama or near Alabama that you should consider attending. So for this weekend, here are 7 events you should consider going too!
November 8-18 – Frank Brown International Songwriter’s Festival – Orange Beach, AL
Festival attendees enjoy an up close and personal concert experience and are often able to learn the stories behind the songs as told by the original author. Venues of all kinds welcome the nearly 200 songwriters that come from around the country and around the world. Whether you are looking for a “listening room” experience, a pleasant dinner and music venue, a family friendly musical adventure or a gritty roadhouse, FBISF has a place for you.
Learn more at: http://frankbrownsongwriters.com/wp/
November 7-10 – Alabama Frontier Days – Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park – Wetumpka, AL
Using Fort Toulouse-Fort Jackson Park as its historical backdrop, Alabama Frontier Days focuses on demonstrating frontier life in the southeast during the period 1700-1820. The public can experience this living history as frontier trades and crafts are demonstrated by living historians in period correct costumes. The event takes place over four days, Wednesday to Saturday, from 9 AM to 4 PM each day.
Learn more at: https://fttoulousejackson.org/
November 9-11 – Battles for the Armory – Tallassee, AL
Tallassee Living History and Heritage Days, brought to you by The Tallassee Armory Guards (SCV Camp 1921) in conjunction with the new Talisi Cotton Belles (OCR Chapter 020), is a Veteran’s Weekend celebration featuring the Battles for the Armory live Civil War Reenactment.
Learn more at: http://tallasseearmoryguards.org/
November 8-11 – Fairhope Film Festival – Fairhope, AL
The focus of the Fairhope Film Festival is on national and international film festival competition finalists of the past year: the “best of the best” in cinema arts. Notable foreign and feature films, documentaries and shorts—many that never made it to the big box theaters or were only there briefly–will be selected for appreciative audiences. Although the festival will pull out all the stops, Southern-style, to host opening and closing events and parties, the emphasis will be on the art of filmmaking and the experience of seeing exceptional films. Directors, actors and screenwriters will participate in the screenings both in person and via live electronic transmission.
Learn more at: https://www.fairhopefilmfestival.org/
November 10 – Harpersville Day Celebration – Harpersville, AL
The Town of Harpersville will be celebrating its 6th Annual “Harpersville Day Celebration” on Saturday, November 10, 2018. This fun filled day has a lot to offer including a Hay Bale Art Contest, Recognition of our Local Veterans, Arts, Crafts and Food Vendors, Cruise-In/Antique Car Show, Parade, Music and Children’s Activities.
Learn more at: http://www.townofharpersville.com/
November 10-11 – Creative Spirit Market – Fort Payne, AL
Adding a new twist to a typical art fair, this event is designed as an open air showcase, with artist demonstrations, locally & regionally created fine & folk art, premium hand-crafted goods, live acoustic music, as well as interactive kid’s art area. Shoppers can browse and watch artists in their creative process, listen to music, plus purchase goods from fine and folk artists such as painters, potters, quilters, weavers & basket makers, fabric spinners, culinary artists and craftsmen. Some unique and one-of-a-kind gifts will be available for purchase. Stop by and get some early gift-shopping in!
Learn more at: https://www.alapark.com/creative-spirit-market
November 10 – Holiday in the Country Festival – Sylacauga, AL
Arts, Crafts, Food And Fun. Kids Korner and lots more Pancake breakfast 6am-10am. BBQ, burgers, Kettlecorn, fried pies and more. All to benefit cancer patients and their families. Sponsored by Cancer Outreach And Community Hope. A non-profit organization who’s sole purpose is to give direct financial aid to cancer patients and their families.
Learn more at: http://coachcoosa.org/
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