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“The B Side” group exhibit will be hosted by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center during October. The display, composed of works by 13 Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and Nashville artists, will open with a reception on Oct. 3 from 6 – 10 p.m. during First Friday and will conclude on Oct. 31. Two musical groups, The Infinite Monkey Typing Pool and the Alabama Blues Project, will be performing during the opening reception.
What to do on a bye weekend in Tuscaloosa? How about attending what is quickly becoming one of the state’s premiere beer festivals? The 2nd Annual Alabama Brewfest will be held on September 26 from 7-11 p.m., and September 27 from 5-9 p.m. at the L & N Station on 301 Greensboro Ave.
Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports (TTS) is pleased to announce the presentation of the Distinguished Service Award to Leroy McAbee, Sr. at the All Alabama Veterans & Family Reunion Military Ball on Saturday, September 27. This award is a representation of McAbee’s service not only to his country, but also to fellow veterans and his community. The presentation of the award will be a part of the state-wide Veterans Reunion Weekend being hosted throughout Tuscaloosa on Sept. 26th through 28th.
A delicious blend of sound and taste will delight attendees at the University of Alabama Opera Theatre’s “Gustatory Gala: Music and Food from Around the World,” on Friday, September 26. The event will be held at the Alabama Museum of Natural History on the UA Campus from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
If you’re looking for a great way to find some excellent bargains and shop for a wonderful cause, the Buy for Rise charity sale and silent auction promises to deliver. This event features wonderful clearance items from a variety of different local retailers, all to help raise money for the University of Alabama Rise School.
The Alabama State Nurses Association (ASNA) will hold its annual convention in Tuscaloosa, Alabama the first week in October. The Bryant Conference Center will be abuzz with nurses from all over the State of Alabama October 2-4, as they gather to promote excellence in nursing.
Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports (TTS) is excited to announce that Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner W. Clyde Marsh, a United States Navy Rear Admiral, will be the featured speaker for the Military Ball at the upcoming Alabama All Veterans and Family Reunion. The Military Ball is one of the many events that will take place during the Reunion. The Ball will be held on Saturday, September 27 at 6 p.m. in the Tuscaloosa River Market, and tickets for the ball are $20 person and $35 for a couple. The Reunion will consist of a series of events that will take place the weekend of September 26th-28th across Tuscaloosa.
Bama Belle Park is the site of this year’s Tuscaloosa Community Walk to Stop Diabetes. The Walk is set for Saturday, September 27. Organizers say the event is a pro-active way to change the future, with the ultimate goal being a life free of diabetes.
On Friday, September 26, members of the Alabama Water Agencies Working Group will discuss their recommendations for the formation of a comprehensive water management plan for Alabama at a symposium at the University of Alabama’s Bryant Conference Center. The report, Mapping the Future of Alabama’s Water Resources Management: Policy Options and Recommendations, was commissioned by Governor Bentley in a 2012 directive. It provides a starting point for developing a comprehensive plan for managing and protecting Alabama’s water resources.
This year’s Wine for the Walk will be held on Wednesday, September 24, at the home of Clint and Rena McEntyre in Tuscaloosa. The 11th annual event benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), and organizers say it just gets bigger and better with each passing year.
“We continue to be humbled by the amazing generosity of our Tuscaloosa community,” Michelle Crouse, organizer of Wine for the Walk, said.