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  • Terminator Exterminating
  • Cornerstone Realty
  • Legacy Properties
  • Pinebelt Wireless
  • Frazer Group
  • Town Country Real Estate
  • St Pauls Episcopal Selma
  • First Cahawba Bank
  • NexteraEnergy Logo

Month Flat Week Day

Thu. 1 Mar, 2018

Conflict Reconciliation Train the Trainer Institute

Mon. 26 Feb, 2018 8:30 am - Fri. 2 Mar, 2018 11:30 am

RSVP at   or call 334-526-4539

Columbus 334-407-3638 or 334-505-4503

Conflict Reconciliation Train the Trainer Institute

Fri. 2 Mar, 2018

Conflict Reconciliation Train the Trainer Institute

Mon. 26 Feb, 2018 8:30 am - Fri. 2 Mar, 2018 11:30 am

RSVP at   or call 334-526-4539

Columbus 334-407-3638 or 334-505-4503

Conflict Reconciliation Train the Trainer Institute

2018 Bridge Crossing Jubilee Student Events

Fri. 2 Mar, 2018 8:30 am

2018 Jubilee Student Events

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018

Road to Freedom Wagon Tour

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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)

Intergenerational Summit

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 11:00 am

Intergenerational Summit

Lunch & Learn Political Education

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm

Lunch and Learn Political Education

"Doyle A Political Martyr"-Film Trailer and Discussion

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Doyle a Political Martyr Film Trailer and Discussion

MDA Muscle Walk -March 4 Muscles

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 3:00 pm

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Bingo Night

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 9:00 pm

TKO's Black Sheep Relief Center Presents

BINGO NIGHT

  • Games
  • Fun
  • Prizes

Starts at 9:00 pm

First Card Free

$1.00 per card

www.tkosociety.com 

Slay or Die Drag Show Fundraiser

Sat. 3 Mar, 2018 11:00 pm

Slay or Die Drag Show Fundraiser

Sun. 4 Mar, 2018

Kebbi Williams at Play Selma

Sun. 4 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Join Blackbelt Benefit Group for Bloody Mary's and music, featuring TheKebbi Williams Wolfpack with special guest Harkestra!

Mon. 5 Mar, 2018

Farmers Market Training and Meeting

Mon. 5 Mar, 2018 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Farmers Market MeetingSpring 2018

Tue. 6 Mar, 2018

Siren Testing

Tue. 6 Mar, 2018 10:00 am - 10:15 am

Dallas County EMA sounds the tornado sirens the first Tuesday of the month at 10:00AM.

Operation Hope-Small Business Workshop

Tue. 6 Mar, 2018 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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

Thu. 8 Mar, 2018

Lunch at the Library

Thu. 8 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm

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.

Lunch $8.00.

Reservations at 334-874-1725 www.selmalibrary.org

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Thu. 8 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

2nd Annual Selma's Night of Hope

Thu. 8 Mar, 2018 5:30 pm

Night of Hope

Fri. 9 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Fri. 9 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Sat. 10 Mar, 2018

Litter Free in Ward 3

Sat. 10 Mar, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Jackson Litter Free Flyer 3.10.18

Masquerade for the Cure

Sat. 10 Mar, 2018 6:00 pm - Sun. 11 Mar, 2018 12:00 am

We are partnering up with ENTUNE to benefit Selma-Dallas CountyAmerican Cancer Society Relay For Life! Drinks and hors-d'oeuvres will be served, an auction will be held, and John Bull Band will play into the night.
Tickets are $30/person or $50/couple.
You must be a sponsor to reserve a table with seats.
Contact Alvin Craig for sponsorship information and tickets at  

Sun. 11 Mar, 2018

Cahaba River Watershed: Artist Talk

Sun. 11 Mar, 2018 2:00 pm

Cahaba Artist Talk

Mon. 12 Mar, 2018

Workforce Behaviors Workshop

Mon. 12 Mar, 2018 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

3.12.18 AIDT Customer Service Workshop

Tue. 13 Mar, 2018

Wed. 14 Mar, 2018

Master Gardeners Gardening Lunch & Learn 2018

Wed. 14 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Master Gardener 2018 Dallas LL Full Page Flyer

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Wed. 14 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Ward 7 Meeting

Wed. 14 Mar, 2018 5:00 pm

Thomas Ward 7 Meeting Flyer June 3.14.18

Business after Hours-"Come Back to the 5 & Dime"

Wed. 14 Mar, 2018 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

BAH Real Estate Gallery

Thu. 15 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Thu. 15 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Selma Redevelopment Authority Meeting

Thu. 15 Mar, 2018 4:00 pm

 

 

The Selma Redevelopment Authority

will hold its regular meeting of the Board of Directors

at 4:00 pm in the conference room of ArtsRevive in the Carneal Building, located at 3 Church Street, Selma, AL 36701.

These meetings are open to the public. For further information, please contact Juanda Maxwell, Chair at

Old Depot Low Country Boil

Thu. 15 Mar, 2018 6:00 pm

Old Depot Low Country Boil

Thursday, March 15, 2018

6:00 pm 

at the Old Depot Museum

For more information call 334-412-4860

Fri. 16 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Fri. 16 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Sat. 17 Mar, 2018

Tue. 20 Mar, 2018

Operation Hope-Banking 101

Tue. 20 Mar, 2018 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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

Civil Conversations Exhibit

Tue. 20 Mar, 2018 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Civil Conversations Exhibit

Wed. 21 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Wed. 21 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Thu. 22 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Thu. 22 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Fri. 23 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Fri. 23 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Sat. 24 Mar, 2018

McConnell Twins Dance Studio Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening

Sat. 24 Mar, 2018 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

McConnell Ribbon Cutting

Mon. 26 Mar, 2018

Diabetes Support Group Meeting

Mon. 26 Mar, 2018 9:30 am

Support Group Meeting March2018 flyer

Wed. 28 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Wed. 28 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Thu. 29 Mar, 2018

Lunch at the Library: Cahaba River Keepers

Thu. 29 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm

Lunch at the Library-"Cahaba River Keepers"

at 12:00pm

Vital importance of protecting the watershed of Alabama Rivers.

A Program sponsored by the Smithsonian Museum's "Museum on Main Street" along with ArtsRevive, Alabama.  As part of the Smithsonian Museum’s Museum on Main Street Exhibition of Water/Ways presented by ArtsRevive, Cahaba Riverkeeper executive director, Myra Crawford, will talk about the state of the Cahaba River and its role as part of "the American Amazon" that feeds the Gulf of Mexico. Dr. Crawford will present data gathered from four years of Swim Guide testing of the water quality of the Cahaba and why science-based information and healthy water are critical to the health of the public. Please join us as we look at the importance of protecting our Alabama rivers and our water supply.
Water/Ways is free and open to the public March 9-April 8. Go to www.artsrevive.com for a complete listing of events.
www.cahabariverkeeper.org

 

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Thu. 29 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Fri. 30 Mar, 2018

Water/Ways Traveling Exhibition

Fri. 30 Mar, 2018 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Exploring Water’s Environmental

And Cultural Impact Coming To [Town Name]

From above, Earth appears as a water planet with more than 71 percent of its surface covered with this vital resource for life. Water impacts climate, agriculture, transportation, industry and more. It inspires art and music. 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.

ArtsRevive and the surrounding community has been expressly chosen by the Alabama Humanities Foundation to host “Water/Ways” as part of the Museum on Main Street program—a national/state/local partnership to bring exhibitions and programs to rural cultural organizations. The exhibition will open in Eufaula June 2017 and close in Selma April 2018.

“Water/Ways” explores the endless motion of the water cycle, water’s effect on landscape, settlement and migration, and its impact on culture and spirituality. It looks at how political and economic planning have long been affected by access to water and control of water resources. Human creativity and resourcefulness provide new ways of protecting water resources and renewing respect for the natural environment.

Designed for small-town museums, libraries and cultural organizations, “Water/Ways” will serve as a community meeting place to convene conversations about water’s impact on American culture. With the support and guidance of The Alabama Humanities Foundation, these towns will develop complementary exhibits, host public programs and facilitate educational initiatives to raise people’s understanding about what water means culturally, socially and spiritually in their own community.

“Water is an important part of everyone’s life and we are excited to explore what it means culturally, socially and spiritually in our own community,” said Martha Lockett, ArtsRevive’s Executive Director. “We want to convene conversations about water and will develop local exhibitions and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

“Water/Ways” is part of the Smithsonian’s Think Water Initiative to raise awareness of water as a critical resource for life through exhibitions, educational resources and public programs. The public can participated in the conversation on social media at #thinkWater.

“Water/Ways” was inspired by an exhibition organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org), and the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul (www.smm.org), in collaboration with Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland; The Field Museum, Chicago; Instituto Sangari, Sao Paulo, Brazil; National Museum of Australia, Canberra; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada; San Diego Natural History Museum; and Science Centre Singapore with PUB Singapore.

The exhibition is part of Museum on Main Street, a unique collaboration between the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), state humanities councils across the nation, and local host institutions. To learn more about “Water/Ways” and other Museum on Main Street exhibitions, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org.

Support for MoMS has been provided by the U.S. Congress.

                SITES has been sharing the wealth of Smithsonian collections and research programs with millions of people outside Washington, D.C., for 65 years. SITES connects Americans to their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of exhibitions about art, science and history, which are shown wherever people live, work and play. For exhibition description and tour schedules, visit www.sites.si.edu.

# # #

Water/Ways will be housed in the Carneal Cultural Arts Center. 

Monique Martin Williams will be the local project coordinator.  We will be identifying water related issues that affect the Black Belt and looking to develop programming that speak to these issues.  Monique will be looking for a cadre of volunteers to work the exhibit as we get closer to the time.

Another aspect of Water/Ways is the chance to work with MuseWeb. This is a community storytelling project that will record stories from throughout the Black Belt and eventually be housed in Story Core at the Smithsonian.  Through technology we can now give local voices a new platform. MuseWeb allows stories to be pinned to geolocated areas that are triggered by smart phone apps.  Think of the impact our local stories in local voices can have on visitors for Selma.

 

Wannabe Rescued 3rd Annual Draw Down

Fri. 30 Mar, 2018 6:30 pm

WBR DD 2018

Sat. 31 Mar, 2018

(Join TODAY) B.O.S.S. LEAGUE ENTREPRENEURS (AGES 6-18)

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SELMA, ALABAMA.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Sat. 31 Mar, 2018 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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