See what's happening in Selma and Dallas County.
Workshop location: Dallas County Family Resource Center (in the Alagasco Building)
Address: 10096 Alabama Highway 14 West, Selma, AL 36701
Contact Information: Contact Stephanie Tarver at 334-327-3293 or email at
Lest we forget: one hundred years BEFORE the 1965 Voting Rights March focused on the Dallas county courthouse in nearby Selma, a brave community of recently emancipated African-Americans gathered around an older courthouse in Cahawba. These 19th century "foot soldiers" exercised their right to vote and - for a brief time - gained great political power. This wagon tour tells the story of Cahawba's African American majority and traces their path from slavery to freedom with a special emphasis on how they reshaped Cahawba as they pursued their dreams of equality. ($10 Adult, $8 Children)
TKO's Black Sheep Relief Center Presents
Starts at 9:00 pm
First Card Free
$1.00 per card
Join Blackbelt Benefit Group for Bloody Mary's and music, featuring TheKebbi Williams Wolfpack with special guest Harkestra!
Stacey Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook: “Cook Fresh Food Every Day of the Year”.
Meet Alabama Chef and author Stacey Lyn Harris and enjoy a lunch from the Orrville Farmer’s Market.
Seating is limited to 40.
Lunch begins at noon. Program begins at 12:30.
Reservations at 334-874-1725 www.selmalibrary.org
ArtsRevive, in cooperation with The Alabama Humanities Foundation, will examine water as an environmental necessity and an important cultural element as it hosts “Water/Ways,” a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street (MoMS) program. “Water/Ways” will be on view March 9, 2018, through April 5, 2018. Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.