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Bring lawn chairs, enjoy live music and fellowship with family and friends. Alabama Veterans Museum & Archives - ongoing The museum houses memorabilia from all the wars in the United States history. Find all of the caches and receive a stamp for each location, then bring the completed passport to the CVB to receive a prize. Civil War Walking Tour - ongoing Stroll 13 blocks on a self-guided tour through the Old Decatur Historic District. TGIT (Thank Goodness It's Thursday) - Jun 25, Jul 30 Enjoy a free concert at the Union station Train shed the last Thursday of the month - June and July - Gates open 6 p.m. Exhibits include Alabama Indians, military and 19th century galleries along with a hands-on gallery for kids, "Grandma's Attic."
6 p.m.- p.m., 256.232.5411, [email protected], Cruise In Antique Car Show - First Saturday of each month The first Saturday night of each month through summer, more than 150 antique, classic and custom cars and trucks will circle the Athens courthouse and line the downtown street. The tour features 11 historic markers that trace the 1864 clash between Confederate forces and garrisoned Union troops at this key railroad and river transportation point. Carnegie Visual Arts Center - ongoing The center is housed in one of Decatur's most significant historical buildings, the former Carnegie Library. Hear today's hits, music from the 40s, 50s, 60s, and Elvis songs. Check out the Web site for scheduled performers call 251.968.1172. Swimming on Lake Guntersville - ongoing Enjoy swimming at three designated swimming areas on Lake Guntersville. North Alabama Birding Trail - ongoing The North Alabama Birding Trail consists of 41 birding sites located in northern Alabama, with 11 sites in Guntersville/Marshall County. Kids Days in Bienville Square - Thursdays Jun 4 - Jul 9 Bring the kids to Bienville Square for summertime fun each Thursday. Architreats: Food for Thought: "Reconstruction Alabama" - June 18 Alabama Department of Archives and History presents a Year of Alabama History lecture presented by Independent Scholar Richard Bailey. Alabama Judicial Building - ongoing The building is home of the Alabama Supreme Court, Courts of Criminal and Civil Appeals, the State Law Library, and the Administrative Office of Courts.
Biologists believe they were driven into hibernation early because they sensed impending big ...
more Poisonous yellow-bellied sea snakes like this one are washing up on California beaches thanks to warmer waters.
less Poisonous yellow-bellied sea snakes like this one are washing up on California beaches thanks to warmer waters.
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The snake is one of the most poisonous in the world and was last seen in California in the 1980s ...
more A rare sighting of a northern fur seal in San Francisco Bay was also made recently on a nature trip with the Golden Gate Audubon Society.