The 12th annual Alabama Book Festival will be held in downtown Montgomery at historic Old Alabama Town on April 22, 2017. The free public event is the state’s premier book festival, with more than 4,000 people from around the state converging in the capital to meet with and hear from their favorite authors and scholars—and discover new favorites. A children’s activity area is sure to make it a day of fun for the entire family!
See a major renovation in progress and meet the fearless folks who are bringing this Old Cloverdale home back from the brink (photos above are all pre-renovation). Free to Landmarks members, $10 non-members. Pay at the door or register online. Refreshments will be served.
Renovation Happy Hour
April 27th, 5:30 - 7 pm
740 Felder Avenue
Free for Landmarks members, $10 for non-members
Karren Pell and the Old Alabama Town Revue Crue
For our last show of this season, we are celebrating Mother’s Day. However, in true Crue fashion, expect fun and frolic. I have written a sassy number on advice. Tim has a ballad on an infamous mom. Larry has a new song about sibling harmony (or not) and mom. Then we are planning some faves like featuring Stephen Bray on “Mama Tried,” and Toni on “Mama Said There’d Be Days Like This.” We also welcome featured artist singer-songwriter Abby Katherine Douglas. So bring your mom out for a fun evening celebrating her. Remember we won’t see you during the summer so let’s make this Revue a humdinger! Don’t forget your cushion (& bring one for mom too!)
P.S. We will have the new OAT Revue Crue cd for sale at the show. A GREAT Mother’s Day gift.”
OAT Revue, What the Muses Said About Mom May 4th, 7 pm Church in Old Alabama Town Free to the public
OATHS 20th Annual Herb Day
Celebrating 20 Years!
The 20th annual Herb Day, Saturday, May 13, 2017, 8:00 am –3:00 pm, sponsored by Old Alabama Town Herb Society will be held in the‘Living Block’ at Old Alabama Town, 301 Columbus Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104.
The annual ‘Herb Day’ festival is a free, fun-filled, public educational event for the entire family, offering lectures and demonstrations featuring experts on identifying, growing, and using herbs, including a cooking demonstration.
There will be live music performances, activities for children, and the opportunity to find that perfect Mother’s Day gift in the open-air market as a variety of vendors sell their garden related wares including a huge selection of herbal and other plants, crafts, herbal teas, goat cheeses and various sundry yard art.
“Celebrating 20 Years!” is the theme of the year of Old Alabama Town Herb Society’s 2017 Herb Day. The designated Herbs of Year for 2017 are Cilantro & Coriander.
OATHS Herb Day Festival
May 13th, 8 am - 3 pm
Old Alabama Town, 301 Columbus St
Free to the public oathsblog.com
Slow Flow Yoga
Join Juliet Thomas for Slow Flow Yoga at Old Alabama Town on Tuesdays and Thursdays! Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. Check in and place your belongings quietly under a bench. Quietly roll out your mat and get props if needed.
First time at Old Alabama Town? Let us know and we will be glad to show you around. Changing rooms are available.
What to wear: Comfortable clothing, something to easily move around in. Mats and props are provided if needed, although students may prefer their own mat after few yoga sessions. Bring water to hydrate on your walk back to the office!
Molton South, Inside OAT Working Block Enter through the Rose House on Columbus between Decatur and North Hull. Parking available on Decatur and North Hull St.
For more info contact Juliet Thomas at 334-207-0909 or firstname.lastname@example.org