October 30, 2021 at 5 PM
Richard C. Hunt Reception Hall
Fort Payne, AL
Please call 256-845-6888 for more information
Landmarks – Richard C. Hunt Reception Hall,
516 Gault Avenue North. Fort Payne, AL 35967
This is the time to add Landmarks books to your collection
1/2 off most publications
110th DeKalb County Fiddlers’ Convention
June 4, 2022
Register online until June 3, 2022
On-site Registration begins at 10 a.m.
Children under 10-Free
Fort Payne Opera House & Coal & Iron Building
500 block of Gault Avenue North
Fort Payne, Alabama
Landmarks of DeKalb County, along with the City of Fort Payne, are reviving this time honored folk tradition in the 130 year old Fort Payne Opera House. Featuring 12 categories for competition and over $5600 in prizes, contestants can register for a single category for $10 and $5 for each additional category.
By William Shakespeare
Performed by Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Fellowship Company
Set in ancient Athens, the play is associated with the gods and goddesses of the Greek pantheon, mythical creatures who often manifested themselves to humans in strange, sometimes terrifying, and often magical ways. Love is the primary concern of the play, even when love is mutual it is often hampered by family disapproval. Commenting on the often difficult course of true love, and the conflict between imagination and reason, it is also a joyful and festive play, filled with dancing and singing, fairies and enchantment. Drenched in moonlight and filled with dreamers, this play is meant to mesmerize its audience.
February 29, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. @ the Fort Payne Opera House
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.