Making Alabama host communities scheduled

Many of Alabama’s host communities for the Making Alabama. A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit have been scheduled.

This historic Alabama Humanities Foundation exhibit will tour all 67 Alabama counties beginning in April 2018 and ending in November 2019, just before the 200th anniversary of Alabama’s becoming a state. The exhibit will open at the state capitol on March 5 in the Supreme Court Library.

Although it continues to be a work in progress as dates and venues are confirmed with the host communities, following is a list of counties and dates finalized thus far:

By Month:

St. Clair, April 2018, Moody Civic Center
Wilcox, April 2018, Gee’s Bend Ferry Terminal
Lee, April 2018, Lewis Cooper Jr. Memorial Library, Opelika

Cullman, May 2018, Wallace State Community College, Hanceville
Talladega, May 2018, Heritage Hall Museum, Talladega
Marengo, May 2018, Marengo County History and Archive Museum, Demopolis

Winston, June 2018, Haleyville, Venue TBD
Dale, June 2018, Dale County Council of Arts & Humanities, Ozark

Marshall, July 2018, Guntersville Museum
Coffee, July 2018, Elba, Venue TBD

Cherokee, August 2018, Cherokee County Historical Museum, Centre
Calhoun, August 2018, The Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County
Clarke, August 2018, The Community House (H.W. Pearce Memorial Park), Jackson

Marion, September 2018, Pastime Civic Center, Winfield
Mobile, September 2018, Mobile Public Library, Toulminville Branch

Colbert, October 2018, Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, Tuscumbia
Hale, October 2018, Greensboro Opera House

Limestone, November 2018, Athens-Limestone Public Library
Chilton, November 2018, Jefferson State Community College, Clanton
Perry, November 2018, Smith Building Art Gallery, Marion

Baldwin, December 2018, Robertsdale Coliseum, Robertsdale

Monroe, April 2019, Monroe County Public Library, Monroeville

Madison, May 2019, Early Works Museum Complex, Huntsville
Jefferson, May 2019, Hoover Public Library

DeKalb, June 2019, Coal & Iron Building, Fort Payne

Franklin, September 2019, Red Bay, Venue TBD
Sumter, September 2019, Black Belt Museum, Livingston

Etowah, October 2019, Gadsden Public Library
Walker, October 2019, Bankhead House and Heritage Center

Washington, November 2019, Chatom, Venue TBD

Morgan, December 2019, Decatur, Venue TBD
Tuscaloosa, December 2019, Tuscaloosa, Venue TBD
Montgomery, December 2019, Old Supreme Court Library, State Capitol