Renovators’ Happy Hour Thursday, 29 March 5:30 - 7 PM 420 South Perry Street Free to Landmarks Members
This building is one of the “four sisters” commissioned in 1872 by Dr. William Owen Baldwin for his daughters. Designed and built by James Hale, a former slave to Dr. Baldwin who was freed before the Civil War, this home was deeded to Alma Baldwin Bolton. We thank Mark Gisi, a Landmarks member, for opening the doors for a peek inside! Another membership benefit from Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery. Join us here for this and more free events.
The Old Alabama Town Revue
5 April, 7 p.m Old Church Old Alabama Town Free to the public
The Old Alabama Town Revue Crue closes its 2017-18 season with a salute to the Alabama Book Festival on April 21 in Old Alabama Town. Get ready to enjoy a variety of songs from a Tom Petty tribute to a ballad inspired from To Kill a Mockingbird. It’s rock n’ roll standards to originals and it’s fun!
Alabama Book Festival
A former Auburn football player, a death row exonerate, a coloring book designer and an award-winning food blogger are part of the diverse lineup for the 2018 Alabama Book Festival. They join a long list of bestselling authors taking part in the annual event at Montgomery’s historic Old Alabama Town from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. For a complete list of authors and events, visit here.