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Alabama Humanities: April Events

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  • Amos J Wright
    From: Alabama Humanities Foundation [mailto:jdome=ahf.net@mail29.us2.mcsv.net] On Behalf Of Alabama Humanities Foundation Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 10:06 AM
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      Alabama Humanities April Events

       

       

      From: Alabama Humanities Foundation [mailto:jdome=ahf.net@...] On Behalf Of Alabama Humanities Foundation
      Sent: Monday, April 04, 2011 10:06 AM
      To: Amos J Wright
      Subject: Alabama Humanities April Events

       

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      Alabama Humanities Foundation

       

      April 2011

       
      March 30 – April 2
      2011 Slash Pine Poetry Festival
      University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa sites
      Further information: (205) 348-5065
      Grants Project
       

      April 2
      Writing the Southern Epic: “Reborn in America”
      2 p.m.
      Unveiling the Cover: “Reborn in America”
      7 p.m.
      Lyon Hall (Demopolis)
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

       
      April 2
      Capote 1966: A Year in Black and White
      The Old Monroe County Courthouse Museum (Monroeville)
      4 p.m.
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project
       

      April 9
      Tallulah Bankhead: "The Devil and the Deep"
      A showing of clips from Tallulah's rarely seen 1932 movie, followed by a complete showing of the film.
      Alabama Department of Archives and History ADAH Theatre (Montgomery)
      1 p.m.
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project

       
      April 11
      Please Pass the Folklore: Family and Community Traditions
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Joyce Cauthen
      Birmingham Public Library—Avondale Branch
      Sponsored by Birmingham Public Library—Avondale Branch
      6:30 p.m.
      Ellen Shade: (205) 226-4001
      AHF program
       

      April 11
      Visiting Authors & Storytellers Series
      Shelby County Arts Council
      Further information: (205) 699-0044
      Grants Project

       
      April 12
      Selma-Dallas County Reading-Discussion Series
      Selma-Dallas County Public Library
      4 p.m.
      Further information: (334) 874-1725
      Grants Project
       

      April 14
      At Home Between the Earth and Sky: Voices from Chandler Mountain
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Dolores Hydock
      Country Club of Birmingham (Birmingham)
      Sponsored by the Princess Sehoy-DAR
      11:30 a.m.
      Hope McCarrell: (205) 525-1212
      AHF program

       
      April 14
      Fiddlers, Banjo Players, and Strawbeaters:  Alabama’s First Pop Musicians
      Road Scholars Speakers Bureau presentation with Joyce Cauthen
      First Presbyterian Church (Prattville)
      Sponsored by the Friends of the Autauga-Prattville Public Library
      6:30 p.m.
      Jan Earnest: (334) 365-3396
      AHF program
       

      April 15 
      Montevallo Literary Festival
      University of Montevallo (Montevallo)
      This celebration of the arts will feature poetry and creative nonfiction and fiction readings by a number of award-winning writers. A master class will be offered as well as workshops in prose, poetry and creative writing pedagogy for teachers of grades 7-12. 
      Further information: (205) 665-6420
      Grants Project

       
      April 16
      Alabama Book Festival
      Old Alabama Town (Montgomery)
      9 a.m.-6 p.m.
      Annual event. This year, the festival will feature 13 novelists and short-story writers and combine both single-author readings and panel discussions. 
      Further information: (334) 240-4500
      Grants Project
       

      April 21
      ArchiTreats: Food for Thought
      Alabama Department of Archives & History (Montgomery)
      12 p.m.
      Part of a public discussion series. Nancy Anderson will discuss “To Kill a Mockinbird: Successes and Myths.”
      Further information: (334) 353-4693
      Grants Project

       
      April 29
      Jim Haskins: From Demopolis to the Cotton Club
      The Demopolis Old School Theatre (Demopolis)
      7 p.m.
      Further information: www.southernliterarytrail.org
      Grants Project
       

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