Hogwarts Day at CHOM! Saturday July 28, 2018 9 am - 4:30 pm Design your own wand! Create your House Tie! Adopt a magical creature! Potions demonstrations! Have a Chocolate Frog! Try some “Every Flavor Beans!” Costumes Welcome!!!
Join Kentuck Art Center for August Art Night, featuring exhibits from Leanne Leithauser-Lesley in the Museum Gallery and Colonel Lee Busby (Ret.) in the Teer Gallery. Live-music and pop-up shops in the Courtyard of Wonders!
Tuscaloosa is proud to be hosting the men and women who have served our country through the Alabama Veterans Reunion event. The goal of the event is to facilitate an Alabama, state-wide, Veteran’s and Family Reunion that engages with the men and women who have or had elected to defend our country by providing a memorable day which showcases appreciation and gratitude for the many heroes in Alabama.
This free event is a unique celebration which brings together craft persons, musicians, dancers, storytellers, food specialist, artists and community workers--all of whom are considered bearers of the traditions and folkways of the West Alabama region. Held the fourth Sat. and Sun. in Aug., 8 AM - 5 PM.
September Art Night features the opening of a show by Kentuck Festival Artist Dennis Thompson (Museum Gallery) and the opening of an exhibition entitled, "The Kids of Kentuck," which features work by participants in this summer's kids workshops at Kentuck (Teer Gallery). In the Courtyard of Wonders, live music will be performed by Angela & the Able Brothers. Kentuck's 8 Studio Artists will have their studios open for demonstrations, questions, and buying art. Kentuck's Gallery Shop will be open, and…
49th Annual Fayette Arts Festival 205-932-8727 Guthrie Smith Park--A great outdoor event for the entire family, this festival is the longest consecutive running festival in Alabama. Sponsored by the Fayette Art Museum. Alabama's own Three On A String will lead off entertainment celebrating Alabama's Bicentennial. The afternoon entertainment will be live, local groups/individuals which will provide a musical backdrop to the juried, handmade fine art, folk art and crafts and free children's art activities sponsored by local businesses, and with…
Mark your calendars — the 30th annual Moundville Native American Festival will be October 3 - 6, 2018! We will have Native American performers, demonstrators, living history teachers and crafts vendors here to teach and celebrate Native American culture. This is a great trip for school groups, so share with your educator friends! Group booking is available in advance: email Kayla at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. See you there!
Octoberfest brings together the community for an authentic German celebration of food, beer, music, and the arts.
47th Kentuck Festival of the Arts October 20 & 21, 2018 located at Kentuck Park, 3501 5th Street, Northport, AL is nationally and internationally acclaimed. 270+ folk, visionary, and contemporary artists and expert craftspeople presenting their work to you, free hands-on art-making area for children and throughout the park interactive live demonstrations by expert craftspeople—basket-makers, blacksmiths, woodworkers, traditional potters, fiber and fabric artists, quilters, jewelers, and a glassblower. Live music and story-telling, food and fellowship - this is one of…
November Art Night features the opening of a show by the Crossroads Arts Alliance of Gordo, Alamabam (Museum Gallery) and selections from Kentuck's Permanent Collection (Teer Gallery). In the Courtyard of Wonders, live music will be performed by Three-Eyed Cyclops. Kentuck's 8 Studio Artists will have their studios open for demonstrations, questions, and buying art. Kentuck's Gallery Shop will be open, and we offer wine samples to members.