What's Happening

See what's happening in Selma and Dallas County.

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

  • UAB Selma Family Medicine Logo

Month Flat Week Day

Sun. 8 May, 2022

There are no events on this day.

Mon. 9 May, 2022

Parenting Classes

Mon. 9 May, 2022 9:00 am - 11:00 am


Tue. 10 May, 2022

There are no events on this day.

Wed. 11 May, 2022

Parenting Classes

Wed. 11 May, 2022 9:00 am - 11:00 am


Urban Green: Back 2 Basics Webinars

Wed. 11 May, 2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Budding flowers for Spring


Join the Alabama Extension Home Grounds team for the Urban Green: Back 2 Basics Wednesdays webinar series. This live online educational series provides basic gardening and landscaping training for individuals in limited space urban areas.

Tune in on Wednesdays

When: Every second and fourth Wednesday from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. CT

Where: Zoom and Facebook Live

Zoom Registration

Registration is required to attend this webinar series. The Zoom meeting number and link will be provided upon completion of the online registration. Visit www.aces.edu/go/B2Bzoom to register.

New to Zoom? Visit the Zoom website to watch a video that will help you prepare to attend.

Facebook Live

This webinar will also be available through Facebook Live on the Alabama Extension at Alabama A&M University Facebook page.

Winter/Spring 2022 Dates and Topics


  • February 9 – Landscape Designing Principles with Rudy Pacumbaba
  • February 23 – Landscape Form Composition & Plant Use with Rudy Pacumbaba
  • March 9 – Interior Plantscaping with Rudy Pacumbaba
  • March 23 – Plant Nutrition Symptoms with Rudy Pacumbaba
  • April 13 – Hay Bale Gardening with Allyson Shabel
  • April 27 – Plants in Space and Beyond with Rudy Pacumbaba
  • May 11 – Sod Installation 101 with Marcus Garner
  • May 25 – Common Diseases in the Landscape with Marcus Garner








Thu. 12 May, 2022

There are no events on this day.

Fri. 13 May, 2022

There are no events on this day.

Sat. 14 May, 2022

Chamber of Commerce Annual Community Shred Day

Sat. 14 May, 2022 9:00 am - 11:00 am


Ceramic Flower Making Class

Sat. 14 May, 2022 9:00 am - 12:00 pm


Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccination Drive

Sat. 14 May, 2022 10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Old Cahawba " If Bugs Could Talk" Walking Tour

Sat. 14 May, 2022 10:00 am

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Old Cahawba “If Bugs Could Talk” Walking Tour

(Orrville, AL) Saturday, May 14, at 10 am, Old Cahawba Archaeological Park, a historic property of the Alabama Historical Commission, will host a walking tour called “If Bugs Could Talk”.  "This will be a fun and informative hands-on activity for science lovers and history buffs alike,” said Carmen Yelle, Staff Member at Old Cahawba Archaeological Park. “You will discover how macroinvertebrates can be indicators of water quality while learning about the history of artesian wells at Cahawba."

The first permanent state capital of Alabama, Cahawba was also known as "the city of artesian wells." In the early history of Alabama, water from natural springs was readily available throughout most of the state, except in the blackbelt prairie. However, by 1830, the settlers realized that water could be obtained from deep-bored artesian wells. By the 1850s, Cahawba had more than 20 artesian wells, which allowed the area to develop into the wealthiest part of the state.

Tickets are $8 and are available at the Old Cahawba Visitor Center or by calling 334-872-8058. The tour is allotted for a maximum of 15 participants to accommodate social distancing. Interested parties are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.

Old Cahawba is a historic property of the Alabama Historical Commission. To learn more about Old Cahawba, or the Alabama Historical Commission, please visit

About Old Cahawba

Old Cahawba lies at the confluence of the Alabama and Cahaba Rivers, and from 1819 to 1826 it served as Alabama’s first capital. Today, the Alabama Historical Commission owns and operates this significant archaeological site.  ####


Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. Day

Sat. 14 May, 2022 12:00 pm