The Old Alabama Town Revue presents a “Fa-la-la-lapaloozer….Holiday Show,” on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at the church in Old Alabama Town on Columbus Street at 7:00. The show features the Old Alabama Town Revue Crue along with very special guests Bruce and Debbie George, Stephen Bray, and the Reckon Crew. Bruce and Debbie are big-time favorite guest of the Revue, and Stephen Bray has a new Christmas song. The Reckon Crew, Tom House, Tommy Goldsmith, & Karren Pell, is known for their literary adaptations and especially as composers of the music for the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s production of Fair and Tender Ladies.” Tom House journeys from Nashville and Tommy Goldsmith from North Carolina, so seeing them together is a great opportunity. It will be a great night of new music, old faves, and friends. Come one, come all.And don’t forget your cushion.
OAT Revue, Fa-la-la-lapaloozer: Holiday Show December 1st, 7 pm Church in Old Alabama Town Free to the public
12th Annual Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball
The Members of the Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery request the honor of your presence at the 12th Annual Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball! Dads, Granddads & Uncles come dance the night away with your special princesses. No Moms allowed!Open to girls in 6th grade and below, black tie optional, hors d’oeuvres will be served. $120 per couple, and $60 per additional guest. A Diamond Princess Tiara will be waiting for your daughter when you arrive as part of your reservation.
Reservations can be made by following the link below, or by calling Landmarks Foundation at 240-4617.
Girls in 7th grade and above are invited to join us as Teen Reception Committee members! The Reception Committee members serve as the hostesses for the ball, and help the princesses pick out their tiaras! Please call 240-4500 for more information.
Holiday Open House
We would like to show our appreciation to the Montgomery community by opening our doors once again for Old Alabama Town’s annual Holiday Open House! Come enjoy the holidays Old-Alabama style! It will be a true 19th Century experience with a variety of live music, children’s pioneer-style crafts, storytelling, candlelight house tours, history of the holidays, and cookies & cider! Admission: Non-perishable food item for HandsOn River Region’s Christmas Clearinghouse
Holiday Open House December 13th, 4-6 pm Old Alabama Town Living Block, Enter at Lucas Tavern, 310 N. Hull Admission: Non-perishable food item for HandsOn River Region’s Christmas Clearinghouse
Landmarks Foundation’s Discovery Sundays
Join Landmarks Foundation for its dynamic new series, Discovery Sundays! Discovery Sundays will meet one Sunday afternoon month, and the program will vary from presentations at Old Alabama Town to field trips around Montgomery. Free to the public.
February 12, 2017, 2 pmMidcentury Modern Preview Tour
March 5, 2017, 2 pmLocal Modernism with Mark Driscoll
Discovery Sundays take place at 301 Columbus St. unless noted otherwise.
Alabama Decorative Arts Symposium
Mark your calendars! Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery presents the second annual Alabama Decorative Arts Symposium (ADAS), Crossing Lines: Decorative Arts of the Alabama Territory. Crossing Lines will feature presentations on the earliest artistic expressions of pioneers on the frontier that would later become the state of Alabama. In celebration of the Bicentennial of territorial Alabama, noted experts will present topics such as decorative and trade goods being brought to the frontier, artwork documenting Native Americans, botanical drawings, archeological findings of decorated utilitarian objects and other topics related to settling the Alabama territory. The symposium will take place on January 19th and 20th. After tremendous support for the first ADAS, the symposium has been expanded to begin on Thursday afternoon and include extra events. See the tentative agenda below for topics, speakers and events.
Symposium admission* is $85, or $100 to attend both the symposium and reception. Reception only admission is $25. For more information, visit www.landmarksfoundation.com or call 334-240-4512.
*Admission includes lunch and refreshments.
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