Good Morning Fort Payne friends and visitors from Fort Payne Main Street. I feel blessed to live in this beautiful area with all the natural resources we enjoy. We have several events happening soon.
Saturday, May 11, 2019 (Mother’s Day weekend) there will be a Fort Payne Main Street fundraiser with a tribute to Jimmy Buffet by the ULA band at the Vintage 1889. You can go online to purchase tickets at www.fortpaynemainstreet.org or buy them at the door. Tickets are $30.00 each. Wear your island attire to participate in a Hawaiian Shirt contest. There will be door prizes and lots of fun. Doors open at 7:00 pm. Come and enjoy a fun evening with some really great music!
The Third Saturday Sunset Cruise-In will be coming up on Saturday, May 18. It is from 4:30 pm until 8:30 pm. It is a great time for the whole family. Bring your family, bring your friends and come out for an entertaining evening of classic vehicles, wonderful music and lots of food. There will be food trucks as well as our downtown cafes. Check out The Strand Café, The Spot Coffee Shop, Fontana’s and 33 for delicious food.
Our first Fort Payne Main Street Farmers Market of the growing season will kick off Saturday, May 25, 2019. The farmers are local and have wonderful home-grown fresh vegetables and fruits. The fried pie lady and more will be there. In-stock only Farmers Market t-shirts will be on sale for $12 each. Come by the corner of 5th Street and Gault Avenue North across from the beautiful Coal and Iron Building to visit our state certified Farmers Market. If you are a local farmer and would like to participate in the Farmers Market, please call 256-996-2131 for more information or stop by our office for an application and guidelines.
We want to welcome our newest historic downtown business, “33” Restaurant at 110 Gault Avenue North. They are open 11 am until 8 pm. Tuesday through Saturday. Some of their menu offerings include an artisan chef salad, maple-pecan crusted pork tenderloin, and the “33” sampler. Thank you for saying “Yes to the Address!”
If you need a hand painted sign done stop by 112 First Street to place your order with Chris Hale. We are glad you said “Yes to the Address!”
We appreciate your support of Fort Payne Main Street and local businesses.