On the first Saturday in October, is a day filled with arts and crafts, food, children's amusements and live music. The event is held every October in downtown Ozark, AL.
Grab a chair and listen to the sounds of wonderful music while biting into savory delights! This is a family-friendly, annual event held in downtown Ozark, AL each April.
Foster Fest is the 1st Friday March to October and is always a free downtown event, bringing live music, local street vendors, cars, bikes and jeeps and the spirit of the Wiregrass to your downtown nights.
The Kiwanis Covington County Fair is sponsored by the Kiwanis Covington County Fair Association Inc. and co-sponsored by the Agriculture Center Board/Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.
A great way to end the summer with plenty of music, food and fun while raising funds for Landmark Park. Includes a silent auction, wagon rides and hot dogs for the kids and music. Advance tickets required. Ticket price includes all you can eat, plus beer, wine and soft drinks.Find on Facebook
Annual concert series held on the park’s Gazebo Lawn. Bring your picnic and lawn chairs and enjoy an evening under the stars. No pets or alcohol, please. The Martin Drugstore and Shelley General Store will be open selling ice cream and drinks.Find on Facebook
The National Peanut Festival, the nation's largest peanut festival, is held in Dothan, Alabama each fall to honor local peanut farmers and to celebrate the harvest season. Located in the southeast corner of Alabama, Dothan is known as the "Peanut Capital of the World" and is a prime location for growing peanuts. In fact, if you're in Dothan you're in the heart of peanut country, considering the majority of all the peanuts grown in the United States are grown within a 100-mile radius of Dothan. The 10-day event includes a host of numerous fun-filled, family events ... amusement rides, animal attractions, agricultural displays, concerts, livestock shows and a parade. Of course, we wouldn't be the National Peanut Festival without tons of PEANUTS!Find on Facebook
A fun-filled, family friendly weekend held every March with snake shows, arts and crafts, and good food.
Scarecrows line the walking trails of Frank Jackson State Park during the months of October and November. The decorations and scarecrow scenes are created and donated by various individuals, businesses and school groups.
The area’s largest trade show provides the opportunity for the public to see what over 90 area businesses are offering and meet new businesses.
Turn back the clock over 100 years and experience living history demonstrations of blacksmithing, plowing with mules, quilting and other traditional springtime farm activities. Entertainment will include traditional music. New this year! chuckwagon and dutch oven demos, an expanded Kids Zone with a petting zoo, reopening of the Alabama Agricultural Museum and more. Co-hosted by Alabama Cooperative Extension System and the Alabama Agricultural Museum.
A truly unique event that offers children a hands-on opportunity to explore a variety of heavy equipment, trucks and machinery while also meeting the people who build, protect and serve our community. Parent supervision is required and cameras are highly recommended.Find on Facebook
Join Landmark Park for its annual Victorian Christmas. Sip hot apple cider or hot chocolate while listening to Christmas carols and visiting with Santa. Enjoy old fashioned desserts, arts and crafts, music, wagon rides and handmade decorations. A circuit riding preacher will deliver a holiday message. Admission is free and visitors are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for donation to the Food Bank.Find on Facebook
The Championship is always held the second weekend of July, with more than 300 people participating.
A one-night music and art festival held on the lawn of the museum on. Yard Party for Art celebrates the museum’s mission to inspire lifelong learning through visual art in the Wiregrass region and creates a platform for southeastern artists and musicians.Find on Facebook
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