ALABAMA 200 information sessions bring the who, what, when, where, and why of the bicentennial to you. Each session offers an overview of statewide plans as well as information about next steps in your community.
What can I expect to learn?
- ALABAMA 200 overview, goals, objectives, and timeline
- ALABAMA 200 projects and project resources
- How to form local committees and use the ALABAMA 200 resolution
- How to create bicentennial projects, initiatives, and commemorations
- How to put a “bicentennial twist” on existing projects, initiatives, and commemorations
- How to find funding, support, and resources
- How to apply for bicentennial endorsement
Who should attend?
ALABAMA 200 information session are led by Alabama Bicentennial Commission Local Activities Committee co-chairs, committee members, and/or ALABAMA 200 staff. They may be attended by project partners, funders, and resource providers.
Participants will include anyone interested in knowing more about the bicentennial or participating, including representatives of local history/heritage and arts groups; public libraries; schools; civic, social, and service organizations; city and county governments; media (newspaper, radio, TV, digital); and businesses.
Book a session
Contact the Alabama Bicentennial Commission office to schedule a session.
Alabama Bicentennial Commission
P.O. Box 246
Montgomery, AL 36103