Montgomery is considered the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement, and it’s part of the official U.S. Civil Rights Trail. That means there’s tons of Civil Rights history tied to the city and to the River Region as a whole. Here’s your guide to some of the most moving and interesting Civil Rights attractions and sites in the River Region.
This week is National Gardening Week, and there’s no better time than early summer to start your very own garden. What are you going to plant, though? Most plants are just like people— they have preferences when it comes to the climate and conditions of their homes. Here are a few flowers, vegetables, and plants that thrive during Southern summers in the River Region (Zone 8A).
You know what they say about the South: There’s a church on every corner! That means there are plenty of ways to get connected with your religious community, and there are lots of opportunities for the kids to get involved, too. Here’s a list of a few great VBS programs going on in the River Region this summer.
It’s warming up outside, and things are slowly starting to go back to normal. You know what that means: Live music is back! Here are a few of our favorite places in the River Region to catch a concert or discover an amazing new local artist.
If you haven’t already signed your kids up for summer camp, it’s not too late! Here’s a list of some of the River Region’s best camps for kids. Whether you have a rising star athlete or a promising young artist on your hands, there’s something here we know your child will love.