What to catch in Alabama during the month of September.

Thursday, September 6

6-9 pm Art Night in Tuscaloosa
includes straum at the Harrison Galleries and
Reclaimed Creek Wood Art Exhibit at Kentuck Art Gallery.

6-9 pm Brendan Nolan House Concert in Tuscaloosa
Irish singer-songwriter Brendan Nolan gives a house concert
with acoustic guitar at the Chambless Home in Woodland Hills.

Friday, September 7

6:30-9 pm September First Friday at Habitat Alchemy in Tuscaloosa.
Paintings by artist Gary Stone and music by DJ Tom Kat Kitten. Spirits abound.

Saurday, September 8

9am to 9pm A Red Clay Revival Contemporary Bluegrass and Arts Festival at Horse Pens 40
Located in Steele, Alabama. The sort of thing you just don’t want to miss.
Ever. Horse Pens 40 is a dream of a park and a hope for the future of Hurricane Creek.

Sunday, September 9

9am to 9pm A Red Clay Revival Contemporary Bluegrass and Arts Festival at Horse Pens 40
Located in Steele, Alabama. The sort of thing you just don’t want to miss.
Ever. Horse Pens 40 is a dream of a park and a hope for the future of Hurricane Creek.

6-8 pm First Annual Garden Party in Tuscaloosa
Fundraiser and local food extravaganza for the Druid City Garden Project
at the L and N Train Station. Delicious and beautiful.
Followed by Tuscaloosa premiere of Eat Alabama! at the Bama Theatre.

Tuesday, September 11

8:30 pm “Social Conquest of the Earth” lecture by E.O. Wilson
in Sellers Auditorium of Bryant Conference Center thanks to
Christopher Dana Lynn and his incredible crew.

Saturday, September 15

10 am to 2 pm Kentuck A La Carte in downtown Northport
Free food, clay crafts, and learn more about Hurricane Creek
at this free event which encourages hands-on activities and explorations
for kids and adults.

Sunday, September 16

2:30 to 4:30 pm Tuscaloosa Area Virtual Museum Grand Opening in Tuscaloosa
at the Tuscaloosa Public Library Main Branch. Come
see what all the history is about.

Saturday, September 22

6 pm Bonfire Drum Jam at Nomad’s Land in Attalla.
Families welcome, bring an instrument to jam and joy.

Thursday, September 27

6-9 pm Creekstravaganza for Hurricane Creek in Tuscaloosa at Kentuck Art Center
Live music, local foods, creek wood art exhibit and contest-
a beautiful, family-friend event for those who cherish our creek
and its future.

Ongoing

Down the Garden Path and to the Water’s Edge Exhibit
Art exhibit at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens with free entry.
Features work of local artist Deborah Hughes.

It’s All Good- Reclaimed Hurricane Creek Wood Exhibit
from September 6 through September 27th at the Georgine Clark Gallery
in downtown Northport. Free wood art with inspirations by art teachers
and their students.

Gee’s Bend Quilt Exhibit
Through the month of September at the Westervelt-Warner Transportation
Museum. An awesome opportunity to see the quilts in the flesh
and add a coloring book of quilt meanings to your local history
repertoire.

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