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Sundowners

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Montgomery's Historic City of St. Jude

Join us for the next exciting Sundowners program, with historian Jeff Benton discussing the City of St. Jude, an important piece of history during the Selma to Montgomery march in 1965.

Tuesday, February 24th @ 5:15pm
301 Columbus St.
Free to the public

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Upcoming Events

Black Heritage Tours
Every Saturday at 9:30 and 11:30am
Starting in February
Groups of 10+ contact us at
334-240-4517 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
$10 Adults, $5 Children

Cultural Crossroads
February 14th, 8:30am to 4:00pm
"The Rivers in Becoming Alabama"
The Alabama Dept of Archives & History
624 Adams Ave, Downtown Montgomery
Register now!

Sundowners Series:
Montgomery's Historic City of St. Jude

February 24th @ 5:15pm
301 Columbus St.
Free to the public

Slave Dwelling Project
March 1st
TBA
Read about Joseph McGill's work here

Cider Saturdays
Hot Apple Cider in the Tavern
Saturdays this Fall
9am to 4pm
$10 Adults, $5 Children
Buy tickets at 301 Columbus St. 

Slow Flow Yoga
Tuesdays and Thursdays
11:30 am and 12:30 noon
$12 per class / $50 for 5 classes
The Haigler House, 410 N Hull St.
For more info: 334-207-0909 or
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Jam Sessions
2nd & 4th Saturdays, 9am to Noon

Cultural Crossroads XIV

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Landmarks Foundation presents, "Cultural Crossroads XIV: The Rivers in Becoming Alabama"

Landmarks Foundation of Montgomery, the Alabama Department of Archives and History and Auburn University’s Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities, with the support of the Alabama Humanities Foundation, invite you to join us for the fourteenth annual Cultural Crossroads Symposium. This year’s program will focus primarily on the central and southwestern rivers that played major roles in the exploration, settlement and early development of those regions of Alabama. 


Saturday, February 14th, 8:30am to 4:00pm

General Admission $45.00
Members $40.00 (Landmarks, ADAH, Draughon)
Faculty and Students $25.00
Lunch included
Register now!

 

 

 

Cider Saturdays

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Cider Saturdays at Old Alabama Town

 

Combat winter chill by enjoying hot apple cider in the Tavern at Old Alabama Town! Each Saturday we are serving hot cider inside Lucas Tavern, the perfect way to begin a tour of our historic village! Come see what winters were like in early Alabama. 

 

Hot Apple Cider in the Tavern
Saturdays this Fall
9am to 4pm
$10 Adults, $5 Children
Buy tickets at 301 Columbus St. 

 

Photo by Bryan Carter of Carter Photo Design

 

Rescued Relics

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Rescued Relics, a Do-It-Yourselfer's dream! Find all kinds of historic architectural elements, from mantels to sinks to doors! Open Tuesday through Thursday 10am to noon. 423 Madison Ave.
Love Rescued Relics? Become a volunteer and get first pick!

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