Sometimes when things are moving so fast you look back and realize you failed to do something very important. Such is the case with this post. Earlier today (actually just a few minutes ago) I posted on how great the pancake breakfast was at the Shelby Iron Works Parks on July 7th. After posting, I realized that I had neglected to post an important update (it was sitting in draft form waiting to be published) that would explain why I was writing about an event at the Shelby Iron Works Park. So, here is the content of that post, which I hope will explain why I’m posting about the park: Continue reading “A Month Late, But Big News All The Same”
Herbert James (Jim) Lewis will speak at the upcoming meeting of the Shelby County Historical Society, Inc. on Sunday, August 5th at 2 p.m. at the Shelby County Museum & Archives. Jim will discuss his new book, “Alabama Founders: Fourteen Political and Military Leaders Who Shaped the State.” He will have copies of his book to purchase, as well as copies of his book “Lost Capitals of Alabama.” We hope you will be able to join us! A reception and light refreshments will follow!
On July 7, 2018, 239 people enjoyed all you can eat pancakes, bacon, sausage, coffee, juice and tea during the monthly pancake breakfast. What and awesome and fun morning that was. If you have not had a chance to attend our pancake breakfast, please join us for the next one Saturday, August 4th from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Only $5! Continue reading “July 7th Pancake Breakfast Largest In Shelby Iron Works Park History”
Author Gladys Sherrer will introduce us to some heroic women who played a role in the Civil War. Some of them were soldiers, some were spies, and even one was a trapeze artist. Sherrer will also be selling signed copies of her book, Trapped in the Crossfire: A Civil War Saga of the Endurance of Family. A reception will follow. Hope to see you there!
Shelby County will turn 200 years old on February 7th, but on February 4th the Shelby County Historical Society, Inc. will pay tribute to this milestone during their quarterly meeting at the Shelby County Museum & Archives. The event begins at 2 p.m.