Fairview HS Class of 1963 Reunion
Friday, July 15 at noon at Waterbrook Restaurant, 10645 U.S. Hwy 278 E in Holly Pond. For more information, call 256-339-3451.
Swamp John’s Dinner
Friday, July 15 from 4-7 p.m. at Tri-County Volunteer Fire Department. Plates $10. Money will go to help build a community storm shelter. Call 256-302-4202 or 256-507-2313 for information or tickets.
Student Art Show
Friday, July 15 is the student art show at the end of local artist Laura Walker’s art camp. Stop by and see the 36 students' work. Happening at the The Link Community Place in the reception room/Fellowship Hall at 2 p.m. 708 Ninth St. SE
Yard sale will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 15-16, inside Building One at the Cullman County Fairgrounds by Sportsman Lake. The sale will be going on from 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. each day. Sale being held by Brittney and Jared Hopper to raise funds for the adoption of their child from China.
Sensory-Friendly Trip to Cullman Fire Station No. 2
The Cullman Autism and Special Needs Family Support Group has several group activities planned for this year’s summer break in addition to their regularly scheduled events. On Friday, July 15 at 10 a.m., the gang will head out for a free sensory-friendly trip to Cullman Fire Station No. 2 which will include safety tips and a tour of Cullman’s newest fire station by the fire fighters and a visit from members of the Cullman Police Department. The fire station is near Marvin’s at 1711 Main Ave. SW in Cullman. Lunch at Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits, at 1821 Cherokee Ave. SW, will follow the tour. Bates has requested RSVPs via the group’s Facebook page for this event.
5:30 p.m., Friday, July 15
Cullman Carmike 10, 232 Olive St. SW, Cullman
$5 if reserved by Wednesday, July 13
$6 at the door
Rhonda Davis 256-962-2208 or Sarah Bates 256-338-1301
On Facebook: Cullman Autism and Special Needs Family Support Group
Sensory Friendly Movie Details: NO previews, the movie auditorium keeps their lights turned slightly up (dim lights will remain on) and the sound turned slightly down, for all ages and special needs to be able to "feel free to be you."
Families are permitted to bring their own gluten-free, casein-free snacks from home.
When: Fridays at 1 p.m. in June & July
Where: A different CP&R small park each week (July 15 – East Side Park, July 22 – Carol Acres Park, July 29 – Ingle Park)
What: A free weekly program for ages 5-12 with organized time at the parks including: scavenger hunts, water balloon fights, slip-n-slides, capture the flag, kickball, relay games and more!