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Exchange Club’s Annual Chili Cookoff

Come out to the Bryant Conference Center for The Exchange Club’s 13th Annual Chili Cookoff! Admission includes children’s activities, drinks, over 30 samples of chili, live entertainment, and more! Awards and prizes will be given. The funds raised by t …

Free Crawfish and Low Country Boil Dinner

Come out to enjoy a free crawfish and low county boil dinner on March 5 from 5PM-7PM. The dinner is located at Morning Pointe in Tuscaloosa. Please RSVP by calling 205-345-1112.

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Hospice of West Alabama’s 5K Run/Walk

The 10th Annual Hospice of West Alabama’s family 5k will be held March 23, 2019 at 8am, with registration beginning at 7am. The registration form is available online ( and costs $20. The event will take place at the Tuscaloosa V …

23rd Druid Arts Awards

Come out to the Bama Theatre on March 28 at 6pm for The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa’s 23rd annual Druid Arts Awards! There will be a reception at 6pm followed by the awards ceremony at 7pm. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in person at the Arts Coun …

A Festival of One Acts

In celebration of World Theatre Day on March 27th, Theatre Tuscaloosa and The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa are presenting A Festival of One Acts, from March 27-31. Bringing together a myriad of directors and actors, six one-acts will be performed ranging …

16th Annual Classic Bridal Show in Tuscaloosa

Come meet with Premier Wedding Professionals, experienced in making your wedding dreams come true. Also, enjoy gourmet food tasting, trending decor options, and the most current bridal fashion during our fashion show. We are also excited to be giving a …

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Living River

Living River is a retreat and conference center recently built by a group of Birmingham Presbyterian churches to provide the visitors with a great outdoor  experience. There is a clearing on the north side of the road featuring a canoe launch and swimm …

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Runaway Branch Park

This area tends to attract many migrants in spring and fall. The park rings with the songs of the Prothonotary Warbler starting in April. Yellow-throated Warblers, Northern Parulas, and Pine Warblers are well represented here, as well.  On the banks an …

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Red-cockaded Woodpecker Colony

The Oakmulgee Division of the Talladega National Forest is home to the largest concentration of endangered Red-cockaded Woodpeckers in the state of Alabama – in excess of 100 groups, clusters of the birds live here.

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