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Huntsville, AL — Operating under Alabama House Bill 20, the City of Huntsville will launch its new downtown Arts & Entertainment Districts on June 20, 2013, allowing local bars and restaurants to sell to-go beverages for patrons to enjoy. In an effort coordinated by The Arts Council, Huntsville will be the first city in Alabama to officially incorporate a variety of outdoor arts programming in the city’s largest open container
Carriage House Players is planning its second drama camp of the summer. Drama Camp 2, for ages 12 to 17, will be June 24-28 from 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. at the Lincoln County Museum Complex. The cost of this camp is $30, and you may pay on Monday, June 20. In Drama Camp 2, CHP will again work on team exercises, character building and stage direction, but Players will be
Boonshill Reunion Opry/Variety Show Benefit will be held Saturday, June 15, at the Boonshill Community Center. Music will be provided by the Boonshill Opry Band playing for a host of guest entertainers and variety acts. There will also be a drawing for a country ham and an auction of cakes, pies and other donated items during intermission. A hamburger steak meal with sides will be served beginning at 5 p.m.
Carriage House Players is planning its second year of drama camp. This year, the organization will hold two camps divided into separate age groups. The first camp, Drama Camp 1, will be June 10-14 for ages 8-11 from 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. at the Lincoln County Museum Complex. The cost of the camp is $30, and you may pay on Monday, June 10. In Drama Camp 1, the Players will
Defining the perfect essence of what is Southern hospitality can be found in the small historic town of Bell Buckle, Tennessee. The charming row of downtown shops and a famous Café nestled against a backdrop of tree lined streets, horse country, and slow moving trains beckon to those yearning for a simpler time. But every third Saturday in June the quiet, friendly little town becomes a bustle of excitement and
Everyone is invited to Provision Port’s 2013 Southern Gospel concert fundraiser, “Feed Our Families” concert, on Friday, June 14, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Ninth Grade Academy. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted. This year’s concert will feature southern gospel at its finest. Entertainers include HeavenSong (formerly The Joymen Qt.), AlversonBoyd Trio, Kingsland Quartet and Kent Smith and The Good News Boys Bluegrass. Josh Ogle is the guest
The Arts Council and the City of Huntsville’s Department of Parks and Recreation announced the 2013 season for Concerts in the Park, which will be held for eleven weeks every Monday evening beginning June 3 and concluding August 12. The series will showcase a mix of musical genres from rock and roll, pop, and top 40 to light classical, bluegrass, folk, and jazz. The Concerts will take place in downtown