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Alabama Humanities Events in April

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      Alabama Humanities Foundation April Programs and Grant Projects

      April 1-October 1
      From Factory to Field
      Vulcan Park and Museum
      (Birmingham)
      Further information: (205) 933-1409
      AHF grant project

      April 1
      The World of Childhood: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird and The Kite Runner
      Nancy Anderson
      Jane B. Holmes Public Library (Helena)
      6 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Jane B. Holmes Public Library
      Kim Emrick: (205) 669-3894
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation

      April 8
      Fiddlers, Banjo Players and Strawbeaters—Alabama's First Pop Musicians
      Joyce Cauthen
      Vincent Seniors Center (Vincent)
      10 a.m.
      Sponsored by the Jane Vincent Seniors Center
      Kim Emrick: (205) 669-3894
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation

      April 8
      Red Mountain Reading Series: Norman McMillan
      Jefferson State Community College (Birmingham)
      11 a.m.
      Further information: (205) 807-7627
      AHF grant project

      April 8
      The Chronicles of Up From Slavery
      Tuskegee University
      , University Chapel (Tuskegee)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 740-0606
      AHF grant project

      April 9
      TKAM 2010: To Kill a Mockingbird--Awakening America's Conscience
      "To Kill a Mockingbird at 50: Perspectives on One Book's Influence" discussion panel
      Sixteenth Street Baptist Church (Birmingham)
      4:30 p.m.
      More information: ahf.net/mockingbird
      AHF special event

      April 9
      TKAM 2010: To Kill a Mockingbird--Awakening America's Conscience
      Opening reception, preview exhibition and silent auction
      David J. Vann Gallery, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham)
      6 p.m.
      More information: ahf.net/mockingbird
      AHF special event

      April 9
      Up From Slavery theatrical production
      Tuskegee University
      , University Chapel (Tuskegee)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 740-0606
      AHF grant project

      April 10-May 14
      TKAM 2010: To Kill a Mockingbird--Awakening America's Conscience
      Preview exhibition
      David J. Vann Gallery, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham)
      Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sundays, 1 to 5 p.m., regular BCRI admission charged
      More information:
      ahf.net/mockingbird
       AHF special event

      April 13
      Selma-Dallas County Reading-Discussion Series
      Selma-Dallas County Public Library (Selma)
      4 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 874-1725
      AHF grant project

      April 17
      Alabama Book Festival
      Old Alabama Town (Montgomery)
      Further information: (334) 240-4617
      AHF grant project

      April 17
      Theatre in the Mind: Fall of the House
      Lecture on Ancestors and Descendants
      Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Montgomery)
      12-1 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 271-5395 or Theatre in the Mind
      AHF grant project

      April 18
      Daniel Wallace for “The Big Read”
      Pelham Public Library (Pelham)
      2-4 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Shelby County Arts Council
      Further information: (205) 669-0044
      AHF grant project

      April 19
      Daniel Wallace for “The Big Read”
      Mildred B. Harrison Regional Library (Columbiana)
      2-4 p.m.
      Sponsored by the Shelby County Arts Council
      Further information: (205) 669-0044
      AHF grant project

      April 20
      Ann Rosenheck: A Witness to the Holocaust
      Claudia Crosby Theater, Troy University (Troy)
      10 a.m.
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      AHF grant project

      April 20
      Ann Rosenheck: A Witness to the Holocaust
      Hawkins-Adams-Long Hall of Honor, Troy University (Troy)
      2 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      AHF grant project

      April 21
      Ann Rosenheck: A Witness to the Holocaust
      Sony Hall, Troy University, Dothan campus (Dothan)
      6:30 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      AHF grant project

      April 22
      Will Rogers: An American Original—Stand-up Comic and Political Commentator
      Daphne Simpkins
      Vestavia Hills Public Library (Vestavia Hills)
      10 a.m.
      Yvonne Chappell: (205) 824-3657
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation

      April 22
      Ann Rosenheck: A Witness to the Holocaust
      Gold Room on the second floor of Whitley Hall, Troy University, Montgomery campus (Montgomery)
      6 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 983-6556
      AHF grant project

      April 23-25
      Slash Pine Poetry Festival
      University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa and Northport)
      Further information: (205) 348-5065
      AHF grant project

      April 23
      Montevallo Literary Festival
      University of Montevallo (Montevallo)
      Further information: (205) 665-6424
      AHF grant project

      April 24
      Fiddlers, Banjo Players and Strawbeaters—Alabama's First Pop Musicians
      Joyce Cauthen
      Daphne Public Library (Daphne)
      10 a.m.
      Tonja Young: (251) 621-2818
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation

      April 24
      Theatre in the Mind: Fall of the House
      Professor Oliver Billingslea (AUM) on Edgar Allan Poe and The Fall of the House
      Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Montgomery)
      12-1 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 271-5395 or Theatre in the Mind
      AHF grant project

      April 25
      Please Pass the Folklore: Family and Community Traditions in the Kitchen and Around the Dinner Table
      Joyce Cauthen
      Fairhope Unitarian Fellowship (Fairhope)
      10:30 am
      Ruth Geraci: (251) 929-3207
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation

      April 28-30
      Coming of Age in the Small Town: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
      Ritz Theatre (Sheffield)
      9 a.m.
      Further information: (256) 383-0533
      AHF grant project

      April 29-30
      Coming of Age in the Small Town: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
      Ritz Theatre (Sheffield)
      6:30 p.m.
      Further information: (256) 383-0533
      AHF grant project

      April 29-May 1
      Literature on Location
      Alabama Center for Literary Arts (Monroeville)
      Further information: (251) 575-8226
      AHF grant project

      ONGOING 2010

      February 20-April 2
      Dora and the V-2: Slave Labor in the Space Age Exhibition
      University of Alabama at Huntsville (Huntsville)
      Further information: (256) 824-2565 or dora.uah.edu
      AHF grant project

       

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