More events will be posted as they are planned. For current info, see Landmarks of Dekalb’s facebook page

Boom Town Makers Market events:

Mosaic Workshop with Linda Munoz

Saturday, May 5th 10am-2pm
Sunday May 6th As needed to finish stepping stone

In this 2 session class, participants will create a mosaic stepping stone for their garden this summer or great gift for the art lover!
In the first class (Saturday), students will learn design techniques, glass cutting and gluing of glass to precast stepping stones. Special attention will be given to safety procedures when handling glass and tools.
In the second class (Sunday), students will learn to grout their stepping stones and can take them home.

There is a maximum of 8 students and a minimum of 4 for the class to make. No children younger than 15 will be allowed unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Linda will provide all supplies. Each person will take home their Stepping Stone Mosaic on Sunday. $45 – includes brown bag lunch sandwich, pickle, chips, and a beverage.

Boom Town Makers Market

Save the Dates!

Art in the Alley

Join Boom Town Makers Market, a project of Landmarks, Fort Payne Main Street, and the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce for Art in the Alley every 1st Thursday of the month at 5 pm. Enjoy local art – and meet the artists, food vendors, and entertainment as we work to develop downtown Fort Payne’s entertainment district. Radiovizions is the same night, its Open Mic Night at Vintage 1889, and various downtown stores will be open.

Coming up May 3rd!

Boom Town Makers Market

Grab your original work and head down to the Makers Market for our very first poetry night! Bring a poem or spoken word piece that you would love to read. Freestyle. Grab a friend and see what else our community has to offer. Open for all ages however some poems may not be suitable for younger audiences (as it is open-mic). 

Coffee and some refreshments will be provided with a small donation to the Market.



Who We Are

Landmarks of DeKalb County, Inc. was organized on August 4, 1969 as a private, non-profit 501c3 corporation. Landmarks’ was created for the purpose of sharing and preserving the history of the people and the places in Dekalb County, Alabama.

Landmarks’ issues publications, maintains interpretive exhibits, and conserves historical properties such as the Opera House, the old Cabin Fort Site, Wills Town Mission Cemetery, Wills Valley School, Richard C. Hunt Hall, the Hosiery Museum, & the Council Bluff School.