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Community Calendar

  • Date October 30
You're invited to Grace Baptist Church’s Friends and Family Day on Oct 30! Sunday School at 10:00, Church Service at 11:00.  Immediately after the service, we’ll be gathering in the fellowship hall for a chili, soups, and desserts potluck lunch. There will be a singing right after lunch. Anyone who would like to sing a song or two is invited to join in. If you have your music on CD, we will be equipped to play them. The following is the link to the church’s website:  The church is located at 2613 Pulaski Pike, Huntsville, AL 35810. It’s at the top of the hill just North of the intersection of Pulaski Pike and Oakwood Avenue.  For more information, please feel free to contact me or Pastor Michael Jackman, 256-852-8093.
  • Date November 6
Friends of the General Joe Wheeler Home Foundation public meeting, Sunday, November 6th, at 3 pm at Wheeler Grove Church, 12571 AL HWY 20, near the Wheeler Home in Hillsboro, Alabama.
  • Date October 30

Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama will host a Founder’s Day event to reconnect former Girl Scouts and friends at the Girl Scout Little House in Delano Park on Sunday, October 30th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The council will host walking tours of the camp, conduct a traditional flag ceremony, display local Girl Scout memorabilia and serve refreshments.

“We encourage anyone who was involved in Girl Scouting as a girl or volunteer to reach out to past leaders, fellow Girl Scouts and camp friends to join you at any of GSNCA’s properties for a party!” said Karen Peterlin, chief executive officer of the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama.

“We’ll share and capture stories to help keep our Girl Scout traditions alive,” Peterlin said.

Founder’s Day celebrations will also be held at Kanawahala Program Center in Chelsea; Camp Trico in Guntersville; Camp Coleman in Trussville House and Camp Cottaquilla in Anniston. Anyone interested in attending can view more information and RSVP at

Founder’s Day honors Girl Scouts' founder Juliette Gordon "Daisy" Low, who believed in the power of every girl. She organized the first Girl Scout troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia.
  • Date November 1 - 3
Community Baptist Church in Moulton, AL is having a Harvest Revival Meeting November 1st - 3rd at 6:30pm nightly.
Tuesday, Nov 1st
- Nationally known evangelist David Ring from Nashville,TN (Held in the Gym at Lawrence Co Christian School, across the street from the church)
Wednesday, Nov 2nd - Pastor Jamie Suggs of Pleasant Ridge Church in Moulton, AL
Thursday, Nov 3rd - Pastor Brandon Kerby of Hillsboro Baptist Church in Hillsboro, AL
There will be special singing each night.  For more information, call Pastor Brandon Pylant at 256-339-0665.
The church is located at 10485 Co Rd 460, Moulton, AL 35650.
  • Date October 31

Huntsville, ALCommunity creativity is now on display in downtown Huntsville at Arts Huntsville's Pumpkin Patch, sponsored by Lyon Family Farms. From now until October 31st forty pumpkins will decorate the windows of downtown businesses, showing off the imaginations of Huntsville artists, nonprofits, businesses, schools and families.The public is encouraged to take a stroll around downtown Huntsville and vote for their favorite pumpkin now through October 31st. Arts Huntsville will award cash prizes to the top three winners in both the artist/individual/family category and non-profit/business/organization/club category, with first place receiving $100, second place $75 and third place $50. The pumpkins can be viewed in the windows of the following businesses on the downtown Huntsville Square as well as Clinton and Eustis Avenues: Alamex Translation Services, Harrison Brothers Hardware, Jerry Sanford Barclay, Commerce Kitchen, Green Bus Brewing, Greene Street Market Store, Madison County Law Library, A Cup of Everything, Larry Marsili Attorney at Law, Clinton Row, Pints & Pixels, UG White and Wilmer & Lee Attorneys at Law.

  • Date November 6
The Annual Lions Strides Walk for Diabetes Awareness is Sunday November 6, 2016 and will be held at Cullman Heritage Park at Olive Street entrance, Cullman. Registration at 1:00 pm and Walk at 2:00 pm. Registration forms can be downloaded at or register the day of walk. Participation is free. Donations accepted and appreciated and will go to help support diabetes. Come and walk to help bring awareness to this disease affecting so many children and adults. For more info contact Chairperson Laurita Hogeland 256-531-2298 or Patty Miller 256-347-5080.
  • Date October 29
Nature’s Trail Church, The Outdoorsman’s Family Church located at 1908 Shoal Creek Road will be having a Fall Festival on Saturday October 29, 2016 from 2-4pm.
  • Date October 30
You are invited to an evening of great gospel music by The Hymnsmen Quartet at Okolona Baptist Church in Hatton, Alabama. The singing will be Sunday, October 30th 6PM. The church is located at 6909 HWY 101 Town Creek, Alabama.
  • Date October 28
Hartselle Parks and Recreation, along with Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce, Hartselle Downtown Merchants Association and Life Church, proudly announce the Inaugural Hartselle Hay Day!  This event will be filled with free festivities for the entire family.  The streets of downtown Hartselle will be closed for a free candy stroll for the kids, free inflatables, free hay rides, costume contest inside Life Church, live music, free games and even a free viewing of the movie, “Woodlawn”.  We will also have food trucks on site to allow you the opportunity to purchase a variety of different food for your dining pleasure!  Hay Day will be Friday, October 28 from 5-8PM with the movie beginning at 8PM at Earth Park.  In case of rain, the movie will be moved inside Life Church.
  • Date October 24 - 29
For more information on this great event, please click here.



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