Ballroom Dance Lessons

A series of eight one-hour adult group ballroom dance lessons for beginners will be taught at the Aliceville Museum by Victoria DaCosta, professional dance instructor and owner of the Let’s Dance Studio in Tuscaloosa.  Victoria will be teaching 4 different dances including the hustle, waltz, rumba, and triple-step swing.  Her style makes learning easy and

Pre-4th of July Fireworks Celebration

JULY 3, 2015 THE BEVIL VISITORS CENTER LOCK & DAM HIGHWAY 14, PICKENSVILLE, AL GATES OPEN AT 5:00  P.M. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT – JESSE REECE & BAND, CONTEMPORARY GOSPEL D.J. RICKEY 1-2-3 & CASEY THE GREAT D.J RADIO PERSONALIT D.D. HAMERIC BLUES AT SUNDOWN SOUNDS FROM THE BLUES LEGEND WILLIE KING. 9:15 P.M. AWESOME FIREWORKS DISPLAY

The Mystery of Miz Arnette

The Mystery of Miz Arnette Red Door Theatre July 30 & 31 and August 1, 8, & 9, 2015 located @ prairie street & us 82 ~ union springs, alabama  From the authors of Wedding Belles, Smoke on the Mountain, and the Sanders Family Christmas, THE MYSTERY OF MIZ ARNETTE is set in Oklahoma’s devastating Dust Bowl. The time is 1934

THE MYSTERY OF MIZ ARNETTE @ the Red Door Theatre

Dear Red Door Patrons, If you missed THE MYSTERY OF MIZ ARNETTE last weekend at the Red Door Theatre, you still have another chance to see it–audiences gave the performances standing ovations each night! Tickets are available for Saturday, 8/8 @ 7:30, and Sunday, 8/9 @ 2:30 – call (334) 738-8687; leave a message if we’re on the other line and we’ll

The Okra Festival August 29

Fifteen years ago, two neighbors sat trying to catch a breeze on a front porch.  It was August in Lowndes County, Alabama and it was hot.  It had not rained in weeks, and most folks’ gardens had burned up.  It seemed like summer would never end and the two women were bored.  Alice Stewart loved

Pickensville Community Festival

Community Festival JOIN THE FUN Live Entertainment Inspirational music by “The Godly Voices” of Pickens County & R&B Artist Brenda “B.J.” Corder-Reed from the Alabama Blues Project Band Saturday – September 5, 2015 Time – 2:00 to 7:00PM   Good music, quilt walk, jumper and back to school fun for the kids, prizes and free

Native American Craft Workshop

The Ridge Project’s Native American finger weaving workshop that is scheduled forSaturday, September 19, 2015.  The workshop is made possible by the Black Belt Community Foundation Arts grant that was awarded to The Ridge Macon County Archaeology Project in June. The workshop is open to members and prospective members of the Macon County Young Preservationist