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Diamond Princess Ball

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It's time once again for Landmarks Foundation's Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball, a night your princess will never forget! To celebrate our tenth anniversary, we've got some special treats in store, including a brand new location at the Ware-Farley-Hood House, a guest appearance by the Ice Princess, and more! Dads & Granddads 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. $100 per couple, and $50 per additional guest. Special Princess Memories will also be available for purchase at the Ball.

Friday, Dec 5th • 6:00-8:00 p.m.
The Ware-Farley-Hood House in Old Alabama Town
$100 per couple
Order Online Here
Or Call to Reserve Tickets at 334.240.4500
450 N. Hull Street

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Upcoming Events

Sundowners Series
Tour of Knox Hall
Sunday November 16th
2:00pm, free to the public
405 South Perry Street

Holiday Open House
Live holiday music, pioneer crafts, storytelling, cider & cookies
December 4th, 4:00-7:00pm
Free admission

The Daddy Daughter Diamond Princess Ball
A night your princess will never forget!
December 5th
$100 per couple
RSVP at 334-240-4500

Slow Flow Yoga
Tuesdays @ 11:30 & 12:30 noon
Thursdays @ 11:30, 12:30, and 5:00pm
$12 per class / $50 for 5 classes
Lucas Tavern 310 N. Hull St.
For more info: 334-207-0909 or
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Jam Sessions
2nd & 4th Saturdays, 9am to Noon

Sundowners Series

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Knox Hall
Sunday November 16th
2:00pm, free to the public
405 South Perry Street
 

 

Tour historic Greek Revival mansion, Knox Hall, with Architectural Historian Robert Gamble and Historian May Ann Neeley.

 

About Sundowners: Since the late 1960s, Landmarks Foundation has had a hand in the re-development of downtown and its valuable historic properties. With so much currently going on in the center city, Landmarks wanted to create an exciting new series of free monthly programs, focusing on various topics relating to historic Montgomery and featuring aspects of life from the traditional, to suburban life styles, entertainment and a field trip or two.  

Tavern Fest

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Thank you so much to all of our sponsors and volunteers! We couldn't have done it without you!!

Thank you Sponsors, for making all of this possible:
Alley Station
Aronov
Alabama State Council on the Arts
Allstate Beverages
Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles P.C.
Bell Media
Dr. John Bennett
Bluewater Broadcasting
Capitol Filmworks, Inc
Cohens Electronics & Appliances
Cumulus Broadcasting
Gordy Mead Britton Foundation (Reese & Beverly McKinney)
Loeb and Company, Inc
Logobranders
Montgomery Advertiser
Montgomery Vet Associates (Dr. Cade Armstrong)
Partners Realty
Renasant Bank
Sabel Steel Service, Inc
Standard Roofing
Troy University (Dr. Lance Tatum)
United Johnson Brothers of Alabama, LLC
Dr. Marla Wohlman

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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