March at the lake
Hello March. Glad to see you! Thankful you will be ushering in the first day of Spring.
March 1 - 2 Dixie Division Military Vehicles Club Rally
The Dixie Division Military Vehicles Club of East Alabama Regional Spring Rally will be held again this year at Wind Creek State Park with special convoy Saturday afternoon. There will be displays, a swap meet, convoy and campfire discussions. More information contact Gary Poe at 256.496.3241
March 2 - Meeting of the Mopars
The Wellborn Musclecar Museum in downtown Alexander City host annually the Phillip Love’s Meeting of the Mopars. Sponsored by the Birmingham Mopar Club. For more information contact the museum at 256.329.8474
March 2 - Lake Martin Cleanup Walk
Meet Saturday morning at designated areas to receive breakfast from Dirt Road Gourmet and supplies from Lake Martin Resource Association. Bring your own gloves. There are four main areas that will be covered this morning. For more in Contact the Lake Martin Resource Assocation.
March 4 - Horizons Unlimited
Suzannah Solomon Wilson will present Alabama Cemeteries and Other Things from 1:30pm till 3pm at the Alexander City Board of Education, located at 375 Lee Street, Alexander City.
March 9 - Lake Winds Par 3 Golf Tournament
The Lake Winds Golf Club will host its par 3 tournament for $45 per player. The fee includes cart fees and lunch. There will also be a closet to pin contest, and the winner will be awarded a Callaway MD4 Wedge. To sign up contact Jim Gunnells 256.825.9860, email@example.com
March 12 - United Way Annual Meeting
The Lake Martin Area United Way will host its 2018 Campaign Celebration and Annual Meeting at The Mill Two Eighty at 5:30pm. Spirits and horsd’ oeuvres will be served and the awards presentation will begin at 6pm.
March 16 - 13th Annual Ronald Koon Sporting Clay Classic
Register now for the annual Boys and Girls Club of the Lake martin Area benefit event to be held at Lower Wetumpka Shotgun sporting Club. Entry fees for each shooter include a steak dinner and Calcutta Auction at the Alexander City Elks Lodge at 6pm. Friday; pratice shoot on Friday night or early Saturday morning; a shotgun raffle ticket; breakfast, a tee shirt and door prizes. The four-man team sponsorship ($700) includes a logo on the welcome banner and inclusion in event advertising. The two-shooter team entry fee is $350; individuals may enter for $175 each. Sign sposorships also are available. Email Misty Chadwick at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration forms and details.
March 22 - Jon Cnlee at The Rodeo Club
Country music star Jon Conlee will perform live at the World Famous Rodeo club in Dadeville from 9pm-12am. For more information visit the Rodeo Club Facebook Page.
March 23 - 205th Anniversary of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park will host the 205th Anniversary of the Battle of the Horseshoe on Saturday, March 23, 2019, 9am - 4pm This annual event recreates traditional Creek Indian life, frontier life in the year 1814 and emphasizes the importance of the battle in United States history through a variety of special demonstrations and interpretive programs.
March 23 - Tallassee Combat Bikesaver Bike Run
Operation Combat Bikesaver will host its Alabama Chapter inaugural Kick-Starter to raise startup funds for the Tallassee chapter of the nonprofit organization. This event will include a Dice Run open to cars and motorcycles. Meet at Chapp’s Deli in Prattville and end at the Thirsty Turtle in Millbrook for barbecue, live music and a raffle. For more information visit combatbikesavers.org
March 23-24 - Lake Martin UltraRun
Runner will participate in a 27-, 50- and 100-mile races through the rocky, elevated Russell Forest Trail System. Sign up by March 9 for a racing T-shirt. Participants will check in Friday to pick up race packets at Harbor Lodge. For $13, a pre-meeting dinner is offered at Harbor Lodge. Dinner reservations are due by March 15. Dinner starts at 5:15pm with mandatory pre-race meeting to follow. An optional pre-race breakfast will be available for $5. For more information and to sign-up, visit southeasterntrailruns.com
March 28 - The Charlestones
Alexander City Arts will host The Charlestones, Brink Norton with Maile a cappella quartet, at 7pm in the BRHS Auditorium. The group has been performing throughout the Southeast since 2014, and Norton spent 10 years teaching music in the Alexander City school system. for additional information contact Mary Wood Perry at 256.749.8073