The Cultural Arts Center Dothan Al
This is a Black Tie Event that will congratulate all of our players for their commitment and hard work throughout their season. We have greetings from our Governor, Mayor and Superintendent (Dothan City Schools). Our speakers will be Angela Underwood(Director of Juvenile Services), Coach Kelvis White(Athletic Director DHS), Coach Derrick Lassiter (AAU coach Birmingham, Al), Billy Ray Jackson III (Certified Homeland Security, Washington, D.C.) and a host of guests.
Director of S.A.B.A.
9-11 Daleville Chamber Warrior Ride
Daleville Cultural and Convention Center, Daleville, AL
A 9-11 tribute ceremony and ride in memory and honor of all military, law enforcement, firefighters and rescue personnel.
Two Toe Tom Garage Sale
John Clark Park in Esto Fl
Fundraiser for our Festival. Inside space is $10 we provide one table, Outside space is $5 must bring own tables. Bake sale as well. twotoetomfestival.com
Darlene Madden 850-263-3201
September 13 & 14: Annual Patchwork Festival Center of Quilt Filled Weekend
1 p.m. until 5 p.m., 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center (BBTCAC) 209 Claiborne Street ● Camden, AL 36726
September 13 & 14: Annual Patchwork Festival Center of Quilt Filled Weekend
Camden, Alabama – Black Belt Treasures Cultural Arts Center (BBTCAC) will host its annual Patchwork Festival on Saturday, September 14th, from 10am to 3pm, in conjunction with the annual production of The Gee’s Bend Play, Wilcox ArtWorks’ Patchwork Quilt Walk, and Gee’s Bend Raised’s Airing of the Quilts.
Throughout the day, demonstrations will be given by Wilcox County quilters Tyree McCloud, Rennie Miller, and Mary Margaret Pettway, Hale County quilter Deborah Carter, Simply Making It’s Laura Spencer (Dallas County), wood sculptor John Sheffey (Dallas County), Monroeville potter Sam Williams, and textile artists Sheree Sullivan (Montgomery County) and Leslie Zacchini (Wilcox County). BBTCAC artists and volunteers will be hosting one of the most popular features of the day, art activities for youth of all ages. Pike Road, Alabama author Stacy Harris will be discussing and signing copies of her newest book “Recipes & Tips for Sustainable Living.” Stacy writes for outdoor and hunting magazines, as well as other publications, on the benefits and rewards of eating fresh from the wild.
This years’ entertainment will feature a juried selection of regional musicians, bands and storytellers. Interested musicians and performers are invited to apply by picking up an application at Black Belt Treasures or emailing email@example.com. Special guest, Linda Vice, Director of the Southwest Alabama Tourism and Film Office and locally acclaimed storyteller, will be sharing stories about “My Patchwork Life in the Black Belt.” Activities and demonstrations by artists will begin at 10:00 a.m. and continue until 3:00 p.m. at BBTCAC located at 209 Claiborne Street in historic downtown Camden. Delicious lunches will be available onsite through Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce. The 2013 Patchwork Festival is made possible by the generous support of the Alabama State Council on the Arts, the Black Belt Community Foundation, the Daniel Foundation of Alabama, and contributions from members of the Black Belt Treasures Guild.
Wilcox ArtWorks is coordinating a Patchwork Quilt Walk on Friday, September 13 and Saturday, September 14. Historic and Contemporary Quilts will be on display at various churches and businesses around Camden. Tickets are available through any Wilcox ArtWorks member or at BBTCAC for $10 ($5 for quilt exhibitors). All Tours will begin at BBTCAC. If you are interested in displaying quilts, either historic or modern, please contact Frankie Gaddy at (205) 516-7202 or pick up a Quilt Walk Application at BBTCAC.
Gee’s Bend Raised will be hosting the Airing of the Quilts Exhibit on Saturday from 9am – 4pm in Boykin (124 Rosewood Lane). Airing of the quilts was a tradition among the women of Gee’s Bend that was born out of necessity but was also a time to celebrate and show off their artistic and creative talents to their peers. On display will be never before exhibited quilts of Marie “Mooney” Pettway, quilts from the collection of M. Virginia Pettway, and wrought iron sculptures by Anvil Forge.
Gee’s Benders Productions will be performing Elizabeth Wilder’s Gee’s Bend Play at Wilcox Central High School Auditorium in Camden on Friday, September 13 at 6pm, and Saturday, September 14 at 4pm. Tickets are $20 in advance or $22 at the door. Tickets may be purchased at BBTCAC, or through Rev. Clinton Pettway (251) 423-4508 or (334) 573-9228.
contact: Kristin C. Law Art Programs & Marketing Manager
email: firstname.lastname@example.org ● 334.682.9878
Beth Moore Simulcast
8:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Ridgecrest Baptist Church, 1971 Deese Road, Ozark, AL
Well known author and speaker Beth Moore will be streamlined as she speaks at a conference in NC. Women have the opportunity to hear and see her deliver God's word to enrich the lives of women. Tickets include any materials you may need, lunch, and door prizes from some of the entrepreneurs in the church. You may purchase tickets at Lifeway Christian Bookstore in Dothan or by calling the church at 334-774-5610.
Ridgecrest Baptist Church Secretary
Deatsville Outdoor Craft and Flea Market
2060 airport rd, Deatsville, Al. 36022
We are opening an outdoor craft and flea mkt. Open the 2nd and 3rd Sat. of each month starting September 14th.
For space rental or more info contact Jamie Cobb at 334-207-4577
noon until 4 p.m.
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
EXPERIENCE THE PAST: PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY DAY TO TAKE PLACE AT PANHANDLE PIONEER SETTLEMENT, Blountstown , FL
Organizations throughout the panhandle are teaming up for a fun-filled day of activities to educate the public about archaeological and historical resources.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network, University of West Florida, the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement and the Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee will host a Public Archaeology Day at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement from 12 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 14, 2013. The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is located in Sam Atkins Park in Blountstown , Fla.
Archaeologists will be on-hand to provide general information about archaeology, historic preservation, and heritage tourism, as well as identify artifacts from the public’s personal collections. They will also bring authentic artifacts to share. Additionally, there will be craftsmen, vendors, and hands-on activities and old time games for children.
Have your personal artifact collections identified by archaeologist!
This event is free and open to the public!
For more information, contact FPAN Outreach Coordinator, Barbara Hines, RPA, at email@example.com or the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We Love Our Cause - Fundraiser for Love In Action Ministries
Dothan, Wiregrass, All of Alabama
Anytime a caller mentions Love In Action Ministries between August 15th and September 15th, while requesting a quote, The Johnson Allstate Agency will make a $10 donation to Love In Action Ministries. You do not have to become a customer; just get a quote! 8/15 through 9/15 only!
Germaine Johnson - Allstate Insurance. 334-699-4000
Beth Moore Live Simulcast
8:15 a.m. until 3:15 p.m.
Hartford Baptist Church, Hartford, AL
Hartford Baptist Church will be a host location for the Living Proof Live Beth Moore Simulcast on Sept. 14, 2013. LifeWay Christian Resources will bring well-known Bible teacher and best-selling author Beth Moore to Hartford Baptist Church via simulcast.
Living Proof Live starts Saturday, September 14 at Hartford Baptist Church from 8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Tickets are $25 covering one full day of music and worship; lunch; sessions led by Beth Moore; a guided tour of the HBC prayer garden; materials and opportunities for fellowship with other women from the Wiregrass community. Women may purchase tickets by calling the church office at 334-588-2236.
Cary Hatcher, 334-588-2343