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FLORENCE – Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts will be showing an exhibition of recent landscape paintings by Huntsville artist, Conor O’Brien, entitled, Places, from February 10–March 10.   The artist will present a painting demonstration on Sunday, February 19 from 2–4pm.  O’Brien is best…

THE 5TH ANNUAL NORTHWEST ALABAMA FARM TOY SHOW takes place Friday and Saturday, February 10-11 at the Clarion Inn Hotel in Sheffield.   Hours are Friday from 5–8:30pm and Saturday 8:30am– 2pm.  General admission is $3 and kids 12 & under are admitted free with adult. The show benefits th…

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COMMUNITY NOTES may be submitted for non-profit, civic or church-related events and published free of charge AS SPACE IS AVAILABLE in the Courier Journal.  Community Notes must be submitted in writing by 3pm Friday for consideration in the following week’s issue.  

THE 5TH ANNUAL NORTHWEST ALABAMA FARM TOY SHOW takes place Friday and Saturday, February 10-11 at the Clarion Inn Hotel in Sheffield.   Hours are Friday from 5–8:30pm and Saturday 8:30am– 2pm.  General admission is $3 and kids 12 & under are admitted free with adult. The show benefits th…

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FLORENCE – Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts will be showing an exhibition of recent landscape paintings by Huntsville artist, Conor O’Brien, entitled, Places, from February 10–March 10.   The artist will present a painting demonstration on Sunday, February 19 from 2–4pm.  O’Brien is best…

YOU ARE INVITED TO A SCREENING OF THE MOVIE, “MOTHER TERESA: NO GREATER LOVE!” at the Shoals Theater, 123 North Seminary Street, in Florence at 2pm on Sunday, February 5.  This film highlights the life and contributions of a true Saint who represented God’s Goodness.  Please come as guests o…

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TUSCUMBIA – The Tennessee Valley Museum of Art presents the work of five contemporary artists over the coming weeks, each exploring innovative ideas and form through the mediums of drawing, textile, painting, collage, and sculpture.

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FLORENCE – The Pope’s Tavern Archaeology Club will host a historic pottery workshop on Thursday, February 2 from 6–7:30pm at Pope’s Tavern Museum in Florence. 

KENNEDY-DOUGLASS CENTER FOR THE ARTS EXHIBIT, CLAY TO BRONZE, by Huntsville sculptor Everette Cox, is open through March 10.  There will be a meet-and-greet at 2pm on Sunday, January 29.  The center is open to the public with no entry fee from 9am-4pm Monday-Friday and 1-4pm Sunday.  256-760…

FLORENCE – The Shoals Symphony will present, Movies Of Our Generation, on Saturday, January 28 at 7pm in Norton auditorium. The night will feature music from Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, West Side Story, Chariots Of Fire, Hunger Games, and many more.  

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SHEFFIELD – The Ritz Theatre in Sheffield will host a musical celebration of The Beatles this Friday with an inventive musical romantic comedy from director Danny Boyle, entitled, Yesterday.

COMMUNITY NOTES may be submitted for non-profit, civic or church-related events and published free of charge AS SPACE IS AVAILABLE in the Courier Journal.  Community Notes must be submitted in writing by 3pm Friday for consideration in the following week’s issue.  

CLAY TO BRONZE AT THE KENNEDY-DOUGLASS CENTER FOR THE ARTS, 217 E. Tuscaloosa St., Florence, will have an exhibition by Huntsville sculpture Everette Cox from January 13 - March 10. There will be a meet-and-greet at 2pm January 29. The center is free and open to the public from 9am-4pm Monda…

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FLORENCE – The Florence Indian Mound Museum is hosting a series of children’s programs that will explore 12 Native American figures of early Shoals history through their biographies, contributions, hopes, and accomplishments.  Students will be given a passport with the 12 figures and they wi…

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FLORENCE – With all the diets, folklore, TV commercials, and social media opinions regarding our weight and the prevalence of obesity in our community, the afternoon gathering on January 21 may help you sort things out. 

COMMUNITY NOTES may be submitted for non-profit, civic or church-related events and published free of charge AS SPACE IS AVAILABLE in the Courier Journal.  Community Notes must be submitted in writing by 3pm Friday for consideration in the following week’s issue.  

THE RITZ THEATRE IS HOSTING A ONE-NIGHT-ONLY screening of Moonage Daydream—a cinematic odyssey exploring David Bowie’s creative and musical journey—on Friday, January 13 at 7pm.  Tickets are $10 and are available at tennesseevalleyarts.org or by calling 256-383-0533.

SHOALS – The Brothers of the Kappa Nu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. invite you and your family to their 31st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Breakfast.  This community event will take place on Monday, January 16 from 8–10am. at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center. …

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FLORENCE – Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts will be exhibiting works by Huntsville sculptor, Everett Cox, from January 13-March 10.  The artist is best known for his figure sculptures cast in bronze.  Cox will be available for a “Meet and Greet” on Sunday, January 29 from 2–3pm. 

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FLORENCE – The Florence Indian Mound Museum is collaborating with the Alabama Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association to host a presentation series titled, “Southeastern Native Americans—Fact, Fiction, and Folktales.” The series will focus on different aspects of southeastern Native Americ…