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Tables indicate peak fish and game feeding and migration times. Major periods can bracket the peak by an hour before and an hour after. Minor peaks, half-hour before and after. Adjusted for daylight savings time. a.m. p.m. Minor Major Minor Major

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08:52 10:07 11:22 - - - - - - 01:37 03:22 04:22 10:52 11:22 - - - - 07:52 08:22

01:52 02:37 03:22 04:22 05:37 07:07 08:22 09:22 10:22 05:22 05:52 06:37 07:07 12:52 01:22

02:07 07:07 02:52 07:52 03:37 08:22 09:07 12:52 10:52 02:07 09:07 02:52 09:52 03:37 03:52 10:22 04:22 10:52 04:52 11:22 05:07 11:52 12:07 12:22 12:22 05:52 12:52 06:07 01:22 06:37

NOV. 1 08:16 01:01 01:01 06:01 2 09:01 01:31 01:31 06:31 3 09:46 02:01 02:16 06:46 4 11:01 02:46 03:31 07:16 5 - - 03:46 07:46 12:01 6 - - 04:46 07:46 01:01 7 - - 06:01 08:16 01:31 8 01:31 07:16 08:46 02:01 9 03:01 08:31 02:31 09:31 10 09:16 04:01 03:01 10:01 11 10:01 04:46 03:31 10:46 12 10:46 05:46 04:16 11:16 13 11:31 06:31 - - 04:46 14 07:16 12:01 12:16 05:31 15 08:16 12:46 01:01 06:01 16 09:01 01:31 02:01 06:46 17 10:01 02:16 03:01 07:31 18 11:01 03:16 04:31 08:31 19 - - 04:01 10:16 12:01 20 - - 05:16 07:31 12:46 21 12:46 06:31 01:31 08:31 22 02:46 07:46 02:01 09:01 23 08:46 03:46 02:31 09:31 24 09:31 04:46 03:01 10:16 25 10:16 05:16 03:31 10:46 26 10:46 05:46 04:01 11:16 27 11:16 06:31 04:31 11:46 28 11:46 07:01 - - 04:46 29 07:31 12:16 12:31 5:16 30 08:01 12:46 01:01 05:46 Alabama Living

20 • Cullman, Pre-electrical ’30s and ’40s at the Peinhardt Living History Farm, 9 a.m.-3p.m. Gristmill, sawmill, forge, covered wagon rides, quilting for all ages. Admission: small charge Contact: 256-734-0850 or biohn781@aol.com 20 • Selma, Hear the Dead Speak Old Cahawba Archaeological Park Guided walking tour of Alabama’s most famous ghost town lasts 45 minutes. Admission: $4 Information: 334-872-8058 20 • Rockford, Rockford’s Octoberfest Celebration - 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Full day of music featuring vendors of all types. Admission: Free Contact: Callie Thornton, 256-786-0894 or cthikr@gmail.com 20 • Hanceville, 3rd Annual Mudcreek Arts Festival. Downtown Hanceville. Art show, arts and crafts, entertainment, German food, children’s activities. Contact: Erika Mead, 256-734-0454 or www.emead@cullmanchamber.org 20 • Evergreen, 10th Annual Evergreen Sausage Festival and Alabama Barbecue Association Backyard Division Cook-Off Downtown Evergreen, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission: Free, for vendor booth and Barbecue registration contact: Carol Reed, 251-578-1707 or creed@evergreenal.org 23 • Enterprise, “Fiddler on the Roof” Enterprise High School Performing Arts Center, 7 p.m. Musical featuring music, dance, poignancy and laughter. Information: 334-406-2787 or www. CoffeeCountyArtsAlliance.com 27 • Greenville, Old Time Farm Day County Road 25, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Old tractors, miniature horses, mule plowing, peanut-pickin’, quilting, cane mill, syrup making, milking, butter, cake walks, facepainting and much more. Information: Carey Thompson, 334-382-8989 or Diane Ponder, 334-382-8669 27 • Atmore, Williams Station Day Pensacola Avenue, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Arts & crafts, entertainment, storytelling, hayrides, heritage display, old time cane milling and more. Admission: Free

Contact: Atmore Chamber of Commerce, 256-3683305 or www.atmorechamber.com 27 & 28 • Clanton, Chilton County Arts Council Artist Showcase CCPAC Jeff State Community College Sat. 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Arts and crafts inside the Exhibition Hall. Contact: Elizabeth Byrd, 205-294-2400 or chiltoncountyartscouncil@hotmail.com 27 • Grove Hill, 13th Annual Pioneer Days & Antique Tractor Show Clarke County Historical Museum, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Free living history event featuring costumed re-enactors demonstrating life in early Alabama. Live period music, old-timey kids’ games and more. Contact: Kerry Reid, 251-275-8684 www.clarkemuseum.com 27 • Orange Beach, Adult Halloween Costume Party Orange Beach Community Center, 7 p.m.-11 p.m. Live music, prizes for best, most original and tackiest costume. Tickets: limited number available Contact: Jane Woolwine, 251-974-2355 November 2 & 3 • Moulton, 3rd Annual Harvest of the

Valley. A.W. Todd Coliseum Fri. 6-9 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Formerly Moulton Farm Toy Show & Sale. Concessions available. Admission: $3, children under 6 free; vendor set up fee: $10/table Contact: Dwight Vanderford, 256-974-6960 (leave a message) 2 & 3 • Andalusia, Covington County Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show. Kiwanis Building Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Vendors, door prizes, quilts for sale. Tickets: $3 Contact: Three Notch Cottage Quilt Shop, 334427-8458 or ccquiltguild@gmail.com 3 • Bay Minette, Antique Car, Tractor, Truck and Motorcycle Show. Halliday Park, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Early registration discount until October 26. Information: 251-580-0627 or 251-379-6521 9-11 • Tallassee, 14th Annual Battles for the Armory. Historic Gibson View Plantation Civil War Reenactment, battles on Saturday and Sunday at 2p.m. Period Ball Saturday evening. Admission: $5 adults Contact: Chris Tribble, 334-391-4017 october 2012  31

Alabama Living SMEC October 2012  

Alabama Living SMEC October 2012