Schedule

Schedule for exhibit tour

 

Making Alabama. A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit will make its way through the state over an 18-month period, beginning with the opening on March 5, 2018, at the state capitol in the Old Supreme Court Library. The plan calls for the exhibit to visit all 67 of Alabama’s counties. Following is the schedule to date for host communities:

2018

April

St. Clair, Moody Civic Center, Moody

Wilcox, Gee’s Bend Ferry Terminal, Camden

Lee, Lewis Cooper Jr. Memorial Library, Opelika

May

Bullock, venue TBD, Union Springs

Cullman, Wallace State Community College, Hanceville

Talladega, Heritage Hall Museum, Talladega

Marengo, Marengo Co. History

& Archive Museum, Demopolis

June

Cleburne, The Armory, Heflin

Winston, venue TBD, Haleyville

Dale, Dale County Council of Arts & Humanities, Ozark

Lowndes, venue TBD

July

Marshall, Guntersville Museum, Guntersville

Choctaw, Choctaw County Community Center, Butler

Coffee, National Security Conference Center, Elba

Pickens, Aliceville Museum, Aliceville

August

Cherokee, Cherokee County Historical Museum, Centre

Calhoun, The Public Library of

Anniston-Calhoun Co., Anniston

Clarke, The Community House

(H.W. Pearce Memorial Park), Jackson

Russell, venue TBD

September

Blount, Blount County Fairgrounds, Oneonta

Covington, LAAC Gallery, Andalusia

Marion, Pastime Civic Center, Winfield

Mobile, Mobile Public Library / Toulminville Branch, Mobile

October

Clay, Ashland Public Library, Ashland

Colbert, Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, Tuscumbia

Hale, Greensboro Opera House, Greensboro

Henry, Solomon Memorial Library, Headland

November

Autauga, venue TBD, Prattville

Limestone, Athens-Limestone Public Library, Athens

Chilton, Jefferson State Community College, Clanton

Perry, Smith Building Art Gallery, Marion

December

Baldwin, Robertsdale Coliseum, Robertsdale

Houston, Landmark Park, Dothan

2019

January

Dallas, The Welcome Center, Selma

Jackson, Stevenson Public Library, Stevenson

Randolph, Annie L. Awbrey Library, Roanoke

February

Butler, Greenville-Butler County Library, Greenville

Chambers, Bradshaw Library, Cobb Memorial

Archives in Valley, Alabama

Fayette, Hubbertville School, Hubbertville

MAKING ALABAMA

TOUR SCHEDULE

March

Barbour, Clayton City Hall, Clayton

Conecuh, venue TBD

Coosa, venue TBD

Lauderdale, Rogersville Town Hall, Rogersville

April

Bibb, Bibb County Board of Education, Centreville

Monroe, Monroe County Public Library, Monroeville

Tallapoosa, venue TBD, Dadeville

May

Escambia, venue TBD

Macon, venue TBD

Madison, Early Works Museum Complex, Huntsville

Jefferson, Hoover Public Library, Hoover

June

DeKalb, Coal & Iron Building, Fort Payne

Pike, Pike County High School, Brundidge

July

Lawrence, venue TBD

August

Greene, venue TBD

Shelby, SCAC Complex, Columbiana

September

Crenshaw, Harrison Cultural Center, Luverne

Franklin, venue TBD, Red Bay

Lamar, Vernon City Complex, Vernon

Sumter, Black Belt Museum, Livingston

October

Elmore, venue TBD

Etowah, Gadsden Public Library, Gadsden

Walker, Bankhead House and Heritage Center, Jasper

November

Washington, venue TBD, Chatom

December

Morgan, venue TBD, Decatur

Tuscaloosa, venue TBD, Tuscaloosa

Montgomery, Old Supreme Court Library,

State Capitol, Montgomery