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Upcoming Events in Demopolis Alabama


March

2 - 3 Heritage Appreciation Days - Mar 16-17, Demopolis
Heritage Appreciation Days
334-289-4846. www.preserveala.org. Admission charged. Gaineswood, 805 S. Cedar Ave.—Program geared to 4th grade Alabama history curriculum with fun, hands-on activities and demonstrations about agriculture, architecture, and 19th-century life. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. D—1(g, h, i, n).

Ph: 334-289-4846 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

July

4 - 5 River City Rumble - This is a two-day event of the Outboard Drag Boat Association. The speed boat races are held on the Tombigbee River with over 100 boats competing. The spectators can enjoy the races from the banks of the Tombigbee at the Demopolis City Landing. There is also live entertainment, children's activities and good food to enjoy!

Address: Demopolis City Landing , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-0270 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

4 Freedom on the River - This event features children's activites, live entertainment, good food, a patriotic parade and one spectacular fireworks show! All events take place on the banks of the Tombigbee River at the Demopolis City Landing in Demopolis, Alabama.

Address: Demopolis City Landing , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-0270 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

October

1 Harvest Festival - For a nominal admission fee, bring your family to Gaineswood, a National Historic Landmark of the Alabama Historical Commission, to hear entertaining tales of the harvest, see antique agricultural tools, and participate in craft activities. Open house tours are included as part of the admission fee.

Address: and Magnolia Grove House Museum (Hale County) , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-4846 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

November

19 Christmas on the River - Since its debut in 1972, Demopolis, Alabama's Christmas on the River has grown into one of the Southeast's leading attractions. People travel from coast to coast to see the floats that really float. Each year, events have been added until Christmas on the River has developed into a week long festival. The festival takes place from Sunday through Saturday, the first week of December.

This week will begin with the lighting of the love trees. We will devote one evening to a performance by the Alabama Boy Choir, the candlelight tours of our antebellum homes, and the famous championship BBQ cook-off. The week will end on Saturday with an arts and crafts show, a children's day parade, and our traditional nighttime nautical parade and fireworks extravaganza. Last year's attraction brought approximately 40,000 into Demopolis. We hope that you will put Christmas on the River on your list of "must do's" for this year!

Address: Various locations throughout the week , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-0270 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: dacc.cotr@westal.net
Web: www.demopolischamber.com/COTR

December

20 - 25 Christmas on the River - Since its debut in 1972, Demopolis, Alabama's Christmas on the River has grown into one of the Southeast's leading attractions. People travel from coast to coast to see the floats that really float. Each year, events have been added until Christmas on the River has developed into a week long festival. The festival takes place from Sunday through Saturday, the first week of December.

This week will begin with the lighting of the love trees. We will devote one evening to a performance by the Alabama Boy Choir, the candlelight tours of our antebellum homes, and the famous championship BBQ cook-off. The week will end on Saturday with an arts and crafts show, a children's day parade, and our traditional nighttime nautical parade and fireworks extravaganza. Last year's attraction brought approximately 40,000 into Demopolis. We hope that you will put Christmas on the River on your list of "must do's" for this year!

Address: Tombigbee River in Demopolis , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-0270 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: dacc.cotr@westal.net
Web: www.demopolischamber.com/COTR

23 Christmas In The Canebrake - For a small admission fee, enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of Christmas Past during this annual event co-hosted with Bluff Hall as part of Demopolis' Christmas On The River week. Candlelight, period decorations, and Christmas-style entertainment are sure to warm your heart with the spirit of Christmas. Date and time of Christmas In The Canebrake to be determined, please call 334-289-0270. 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Address: and Bluff Hall House Museum (also in Demopolis) , Demopolis, Alabama
Ph: 334-289-0270 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

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