Upcoming Events in DeKalb County!
May 11, 2018
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Upcoming Events in DeKalb County!

Check out these upcoming events in the DeKalb County area! To have your event placed in our community section or here online in next week’s post: please send your events to zach@southerntorch.com.

NACC Fall Registration – Northeast Alabama Community College registration for the fall semester is going on now! Visit nacc.edu, call (256) 638-4418 or (256) 228-6001 or download the free app for more information!

Every Wednesday, Parents of Addicted Loved Ones – A new support group for Parents of Addicted Loved Ones is starting in Fort Payne at Word of Life Ministry, located at 3610 Gault Avenue North. The meeting will be held every Tuesday from 6pm to 7:30pm. Any adult family member over 18 is welcome to attend these PAL meetings, however, for insurance reasons, no one under the age of 18 may attend and child care will not be provided. For more information, visit palgroup.org.

Every Wednesday, Breakthrough Church free meal – Come and enjoy a free meal and hear the Word of God on Wednesday nights starting January 3 at 5:30pm. If you need a ride, please contact: Lynn Haas at (256) 605-7854 or Connie Holdem at (256) 605-1776.

August 18, Plainview 50 Year Reunion – The Plainview High School Class of 1968 will hold its 50 year reunion on Saturday, August 18 from 6pm to 9pm in the school’s cafeteria.

August 18, Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament – The Rainsville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its annual golf tournament on August 18 with sign-in/registration at 7am and Shotgun Start at 8am at Rainsville Country Club. Cost is $50 per player. The format will be a 3-person scramble with 2 flights. Contests will be held at several holes. Come meet for a $1000 hole-in one prize plus nice prizes for closest-to-the-pin and longest-drive on select holes.

August 19, Chavies Singing – There will be a singing at Chavies Baptist Church at 6pm on Sunday, August 19 with Four-In-A-Chord as the special guests!

August 19, Fishermen Singing – The Fisherman Southern Gospel Quartet will be singing at Beulah Baptist Church in Fyffe on Sunday, August 19 beginning at 6pm! Everyone is welcome.

August 23, Women in Business Luncheon – The Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce will host its Women in Business luncheon on August 23 from 11am to 1pm at The Building in Fort Payne. The event is presented by Heritage Wire Harness and recognize these distinguished local women: Dr. Aimee Skelton, Brandi Lyles, and Dana Grimes Brewis. To purchase tickets or a table, visit www.fortpaynechamber.com.

August 24, Jason Crabb in Concert – Join the Barn at Blue Pond for a night of music and worship with Jason Crabb! The show will be held at August 24 at 6pm. Tickets are $20 with VIP tickets at $35. Meet and greet begins at 5:30pm.

September 3, Collinsville Mule Days – The day’s festivities will start with a parade at 9:30am that will come through the Town of Collinsville and end at Bar C Farms. We will have concession stands, a tack trailer, pony rides, games, and much more for the whole family to enjoy! Bring your own horse and participate in some of our fun events and our trail competition. We will have a Saturday night barrel race, Sunday morning roping and then Mule Day on Monday! Admission will be $2 per person. Children under 5 are free.

September 14-15, Fall Vintage Pickin’ Barn Sale – Shop from some of the best vendors around the South! Vintage marketplace featuring farmhouse, primitives, rustic junk, industrial, shabby and french country, repurposed goods and more! There will be live music and local food vendors! Priority Pickin’ Passes for both days are $15 for private 3-hour shopping day of the event from 9am to noon. General admission tickets are $6 per day and sale runs from noon to 5pm.

September 15, Boom Days Heritage Celebration – This annual art and musical event displays citizens of Fort Payne taking a second look at their past and the heritage passed down to them through the arts and crafts of our area. The Boom Days Heritage Celebration will feature many of these facets in the presentation of musical performances as well as art displays in City Park. It begins at 10am and is free and open to the public!

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