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

Red Door Revue

ANNOUNCING!!!! the first ever… Red Door Revue Thursday September 24, 2015 7:30 p.m. …featuring many of your favorite Red Door performers  from plays such as… Always…Patsy Cline Hank Williams: Lost Highway Conecuh People Cotton Patch Gospel Christmas Letters ~ Artists include… Alicia Atkins Stan “Chilly” Cooks Aleta Davis Beth Egan Tyson Hall Tina Hosey Lynn


Next Thursday, September 24th, at 7:30, the Red Door Theatre will present its first-ever RED DOOR REVUE. Showcasing musical artists who have performed in many of the Theatre’s plays over the past 12 years, this evening of songs will appeal to everyone who loves music. Look at the incredible line-up of musicians–many from the community and others from Auburn, Montgomery,


Please mark your calendars!  Everyone is invited to attend “OctoberFest” in Union Springs, Alabama, in Bullock County, on Saturday, October 10, 2015.  The event will be held on Main Street.  Vendors are welcomed for a small fee.   For additional information, contact Ella Louise Dumas or Union Spring City Hall at 334-738-2720.

TCBC Annual Meeting Speaker Is Glenn Wheeler—Award Winning Outdoors Writer and Photographer

Glenn Wheeler, an award winning professional photographer, writer, PR consultant, lecturer and workshop teacher from Harrison, Arkansas, will be the featured speaker at the Tourism Council’s 2015 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, October 13. Glenn’s work has appeared on the covers and pages of numerous magazines from Arkansas Wildlife and The Ozarks Mountaineer to Log Home Design, Bugle, and Turkey Call. His work has

The Black Belt Connection

Tuesday, October 13  6:30-9 p.m. Black Belt Garden Gazebo A night of unique live entertainment featuring local music, poetry and readings. Admission: No charge. Sponsor: University of West Alabama’s Garden. For more information, contact John Rhodes at205.499.9338/email or Creed Robbins at205.499.5637/ Click here to view an event flyer.   Tuesday, October 20  7:30-9 p.m. Black Belt Garden Join

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