140 Matthew Paul Court
Florence, AL 35630
Phone: (256) 246-2300
Fax: (256) 246-2301
Feel like seeing a movie today? Check out Hickory Hills 6 for the latest in action, drama, romance, and comedy.
This juried art show has more than 100 vendors with a special art contest and activities for children, food, music, and more. Proceeds benefit area schools' "Artist in Residence" program.
See the talents of local and regional quiltmakers displayed in a beautiful and scenic area.
Home to the University of North Alabama Lions football team, as well as the Florence High School Falcons, this stadium has seating for up to 14,000. The stadium was also used for Division II National Championships.
The cultural center for Florence, Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts is a gallery, educational facility, museum, and a center for the coordination and promotion for cultural activity in the area. It serves as the administrative office for all the museums. It is a home base and meeting place for cultural groups and a showcase and classroom for all arts disciplines. The Center features annual exhibits and rotating exhibits by artists from the Southeast, workshops and classes for all ages, concerts, and interesting lectures and programs.
Located inside the Florence campus of University of North Alabama, Norton Auditorium is a state-of-the-art auditorium which is used as a venue for concerts and a number of other events from time to time. The auditorium has as many as 577 seats, and is equipped with advanced sound and light technology that enhances the experience of listening to live music. Call ahead to know more.
Held annually on the third Saturday of September, the Trail of Tears Commemoration & Motorcycle Ride begins in Bridgeport, AL and ends in Florence, AL. Follow and learn the history of the Trail of Tears. A celebration of Native American history with storytelling, demonstrations, arts, crafts, and food vendors, and three-day Pow Wow.
Huff 'N Puff on The Bluff is an annual race held on the first Saturday of March that finishes at the Sheffield Recreation Center. The USATF certified 15K (9.3 mile) course goes along the banks of the Tennessee River and through historic downtown Sheffield, Alabama.