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Pumpkins, a festival and more …

In October and November, St. Simon Peter Episcopal Church in Pell City will hold three events. The first is a pumpkin sale Oct. 15-31 (or until the pumpkins sell out). The second event, a white elephant sale, is Oct. 21 through Nov. 4. Both of these sales will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]

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Benefit tennis tourney Oct. 26

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Rotary Club of Pell City is presenting the tennis tournament Costumes on the Tennis Court. The event at Pell City Civic Center is Oct. 26 (in case of rain, Oct. 30). Youth will play 4-6 p.m. and the tournament for adults starts at 6 p.m. Cost is $25 for youth and $35 for adults. Registration […]

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At CEPA this fall …

Season tickets are on sale for the fall program lineup of the Center for Education and Performing Arts (CEPA) in Pell City. Here is what the fall season holds: – Sept. 23 — “A Magical Evening” feature six magicians from the Magic City Magic Club. – Oct. 5 — “Iron Horse Bluegrass” presents a new […]

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Summer’s bounty at farmers markets

St. Clair County Farmers Market offers produce for sale 2-5:30 p.m. every Wednesday. The growers-only market is located in the parking lot in front of Mary’s Mini Warehouse on U.S. 231 North near Pell City’s post office. Vouchers for the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program are accepted. In Talladega, a farmers market is open 3-6 […]

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Resource Fair set

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St. Clair Military Assistance Personal Support and the St. Clair County office of Alabama Cooperative Extension System are joining forces for the 2013 Central Alabama Veterans, Service Members and Families Resource Fair. It will be held June 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Pell City Civic Center, and there is no charge. […]

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Block Party set for June 7

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Pell City’s Hometown Block Party takes to the streets June 7 in historic downtown, an outdoor music festival that draws more than 15,000 people. Vendors line the streets of the courthouse square, and stages are placed in strategic locations to give festival goers an opportunity to hear and see a wide variety of musical entertainment. […]

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Join us at Lakeside Park

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Please consider joining the Council of the Arts for their 6th annual festival at Lakeside Park in Pell City, Alabama. Sign up before September 13 for only $35. Please write code ASF/JE on your application for your discount. All information is on the Council of The Arts website at www.councilofthearts.org. Hope to see you there! […]

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Fireworks show a blast

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Pell City’s Fireworks Show at Lakeside Park didn’t disappoint on the Fourth of July. The display was spectacular in every sense, seeming to get bigger and better every year. Those who watched the show came by boat, by car and on foot to see the show, which was synced to patriotic music on WFHK radio. […]

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Acclaimed folk artist coming to Pell City Library

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Nationally and internationally acclaimed folk artist, Charlie Lucas will speak at the Pell City Library on Wednesday, Aug, 10 at noon. He will share his story, which has recently been published by the University of Alabama Press in a work entitled, Tin Man, written by Lucas and Ben Windham, and illustrated by Chip Cooper. He […]

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