Calendar Events

SEPTEMBER 2019

BALDWIN

Through September 20 – ORANGE BEACH
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit at Orange Beach Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

BARBOUR

September 1 – September 30 – EUFAULA
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Tourism Exhibit at Eufaula Carnegie Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

COLBERT

September 14 – TUSCUMBIA
Spruce Pine Pottery children’s program at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art. Grant to the Tennessee Valley Art Association.

September 21 – TUSCUMBIA
Spruce Pine Pottery symposium at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art. Grant to the Tennessee Valley Art Association.

CRENSHAW

September 3 – 20 – LUVERNE
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Crenshaw County Development Authority.  3 South Forest Avenue, Luverne, AL  36049.  For more, contact Robyn Snellgrove / 334.429.3498.

ELMORE

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – MILLBROOK
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Animal Tales” at Coosada Elementary, 5260 Airport Rd, Millbrook, AL 36054.  For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – WETUMPKA
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at Wetumpka Elementary School, 510 Micanopy St, Wetumpka, AL 36092. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

FRANKLIN

September 9 – 27 – RED BAY
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Red Bay Museum, 110 Fourth Avenue SE, Red Bay, AL 35582.  For more information, contact Mayor Charlene Fancher / 256.460.0288.

JEFFERSON

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Animal Tales” at Birmingham Public Library Five Points West Regional Branch, 4812 Avenue W, Birmingham, AL 35208. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3992.

September 4 – September 25– BIRMINGHAM
Book+Film Club series at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

September 5, 12, 19 and 26 – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “A More Perfect Union” at Birmingham Public Library Inglenook Branch, 4100 40th Terrace N, Birmingham, AL 35217. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

September 24 – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at Avondale Elementary School, 4000 8th Ct S, Birmingham, AL 35222. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

LAMAR

September 10 – 20 – VERNON
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Cobb Memorial Library, 44425 Hwy. 17, Vernon, AL  35586.  For more, contact Amanda Bravo Glasgow / 205.431.0498.

LAUDERDALE

September 8 – FLORENCE
African American Music in Military Life presentation at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library.

September 9, 16, 23 and 30 – FLORENCE
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library, 350 N Wood Ave, Florence, AL 35630. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

September 10 – FLORENCE
Dream with Me lecture recital at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the library.

Through September 15 – FLORENCE
I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage exhibit at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the library.

LEE

September 12, 19, and 26 – AUBURN
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at Boykin Community Center, 400 Boykin St # A, Auburn, AL 36832. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

LIMESTONE

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – ATHENS
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at The Athens Limestone Public Library, 603 S Jefferson St, Athens, AL 35611. For more, contact Jerald Crook / 205.558.3996.

MADISON

Through October 13 – HUNTSVILLE
Woodstock Vision: 50th Anniversary of Peace and Harmony exhibition at the Huntsville Museum of Art. Grant to the Huntsville Museum of Art.

MOBILE

Through September 19 – MOBILE
Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation traveling exhibit.  Government Plaza, 205 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36644.   Grant to Auburn University Department of Political Science.

MONTGOMERY

September 19 – MONTGOMERY
“Food for Thought” lecture series w/ William Nichols – Go and Be Reconciled: Alabama Methodists Confront Racial Injustice, 1954 – 1974 – at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives. For more information, contact Georgia Ann Hudson /334.353.3312.

September 29 – MONTGOMERY
Real Talk Community Forum at the Rosa Parks Museum. Grant to Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

RUSSELL

September 1 – September 30 – PHENIX CITY
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at the Troy University Phenix City Campus. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

SUMTER

September 13 – October 18 – LIVINGSTON
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Black Belt Museum, 126 Franklin Street, Livingston, AL 35470.  For more information, contact James Lamb / 205.382.3185.

ONGOING

MONTGOMERY

Through 2019 – MONTGOMERY

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. Alabama Public Television (APTV), 1255 Madison Avenue, Montgomery, AL  36107. For more information, contact Mary Davis / 334.694.5875.

Through 2019 – MONTGOMERY

2019 Food for Thought Series. Grant to Alabama Department of Archives and History. Contact Wesley Garmon/ 334.353.3288.