Dothan's historic Azalea Dogwood Festival will be celebrating its 44th anniversary when the azaleas and dogwoods bloom this Spring.
Every year, a caravan of cars weaves their way through some of Dothan’s heaviest azalea and dogwood-populated areas.
The areas are also part of the city's historic district.
In addition to the beautiful blossoms, lovely maidens dressed in antebellum gowns grace the lawns along the route.
It's an event that attracts local and out of town residents.
The Azalea trail ribbon cutting will be held this Sunday at the corner of Woodland and Main Street.
For more information, contact the Dothan Department of Leisure Services at 615-3700.
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