Shoals 2013 Events

If you would like your event listed here, please contact us.

Recurring Area Events:

First Fridays
Monthly Music and Arts event in Downtown Florence, 5-8pm
For more information, contact (877) 290-8880
Or visit them on the web at www.firstfridaysflorence.com

Rogersville’s First Saturdays
Monthly Music and Arts event in Downtown Rogersville, 3-8 p.m.
For more info, contact the Rogersville Chamber of Commerce (256) 247-9449 or www.VisitFlorenceAL.com

Vinyl Junkies
Vinyl record collectors meetings held at Pegasus Records
First Tuesday at 6:30pm every month
(See link for further information)

Blue Water Creek Polo Club, Elgin
Matches every weekend during May-October
(No matches in August to protect horses and players from heat)
All sessions free to the public!
Game schedule available here!

July 21–September 13
Artworks 2013
Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, Tuscumbia
Mon-Fri – 9am-5pm, Sun 1-3pm
Admission: $5 adults/$3 students, Sunday is free
Contact: 256-383-0533

September 29–November 15
Susan Weil & Joseph Betancourt: Blueprints
Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, Tuscumbia
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sun 1-3pm
Admission: $5 adults/$3 students, Sunday is free
For information, contact (256) 383-0533

October 2-31
Shoals Artists Guild Exhibition: Art Expressions
Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts, Florence
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Free Admission
For information, contact (256) 760-6379

November 13—December 13
Quit Challenge
Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts, Florence
Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Free Admission
For more information, contact (256) 760-6379

Various Shoals Events

September

2
Labor Day Weekend
Nation’s Oldest Labor Festival
Spring Park, Tuscumbia
9am–5pm
Includes a parade through downtown Tuscumbia

6-8
Shoals British Car Club Show
Joe Wheeler State Park, Rogersville , AL
Hours: TBA
Free Admission
For information, contact: (256) 247-5461

21-22
Trail of Tears Motorcycle Ride and Native American Pow Wow
Florence and Waterloo (Motorcycle ride only)
Hours: TBA
Free Admission
For info, contact (256) 740-4141 or visit www.VisitFlorenceAL.com

TBA Fall 2013
Deshler High School Homecoming Parade
Date and Time TBA

TBA Fall 2013
Colbert Heights Homecoming Parade
Date and Time TBA

13-14
Oka Kapassa Indian Festival
Spring Park, Tuscumbia
Activities All Day

October

1-31
Haunted History Ghost Walk Tours of Florence
Tours will begin and end at Wilson Park
7:30-9pm
Admission: Adults $10,/Students $8
Contact: (256) 757-7506

Arx Mortis Haunted Attraction
Arx Mortis, Hwy 72 Killen, AL
Hours: TBA
Admission: TBA,
For information, contact www.arxmortis.com

5-6
Oktoberfest
St. Florian City Park, St. Florian
Hours: TBA
Free Admission
For information, contact (256) 740-4141

19
Alabama Renaissance Feast
Florence-Lauderdale Coliseum
Hours: 7 pm
Admission charged, tickets must be purchased in advance.
For ticket information, visit www.alarenfaire.org

Rogersville Fall Festival & Tractor Show/Chili Cook-off
Downtown Rogersville
Hours: TBA
Free Admission
For information, contact (256) 247-9449

24
Fall Festival
Downtown Tuscumbia
5pm–9pm
Includes Live Music and Street Vendors on Main Street

26-27
Alabama Renaissance Faire
Wilson Park, Florence
Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 1-5pm
Free Admission
For more information, contact: Florence/Lauderdale Tourism (256) 740-4141 or visit www.alarenfaire.org

November

14
Christmas Open House
Downtown Tuscumbia
5pm–8pm

16
W.C. Handy Birthday Celebration
W.C. Handy Museum, College St., Florence
11am–1pm
Free Admission
For more information, contact (256) 760-6434 or visit
www.visitflorenceal.com

22
Veteran’s Day Parade
Main Street, Downtown Tuscumbia
Begins at 11:00am

December

3
Tuscumbia Christmas Parade
Downtown Tuscumbia, 6pm
Santa Express
The Depot/Roundhouse
8pm following the Christmas Parade
Includes visit with Santa and a reading of the children’s book “Polar Express”

6-7
Santa Express
The Depot/Roundhouse
6pm–9pm
Includes visit with Santa and a reading of the children’s book “Polar Express”

6–8, 13-24
Christmas Train Parade of Lights
Spring Park, Tuscumbia
5pm–8pm
Train and carousel rides will be open

6- 24
The Trees of Christmas
Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, 511 N. Water St., Tuscumbia
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sun 1-3pm
Admission: $5 Adults,/$3 Students
For more information, contact (256) 383-0533 or visit www.firstfridaysflorence.com

13-14
It’s Dickens Christmas Y’all
Downtown Tuscumbia
The Feast will be on the 13th at the Roundhouse
Includes Live Music and Street Vendors on Main Street

21
NCAA Division II Football Championship Game
Braly Stadium, Florence
Hours: TBA
Admission: TBA
For more information, contact (256) 740-4141

Tennessee Valley Art Association’s Theater Season

Season Ticket Information:

All productions are at the Ritz Theatre, 103 W. Third St., Sheffield
Season tickets are available with benefits including priority seating, a rollover policy for unused tickets, and names in the season program at $60 for adults, $47 for students
For details: Call TVAA at (256) 383-0533 or visit tvaa.net.
Patrons also may visit the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, 511 N. Water St., to purchase tickets
Business hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday

Production Information:

September/October
26-28/3-4
Center Stage presents “Foxfire”, written by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn
(Final show in the Center Stage season)

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