Monthly Events

Art in the AlleyArt in the Alley

A MONTHLY ART EVENT TO ENCOURAGE DOWNTOWN CONNECTIVITY WITH COMMUNITY & PROMOTE ECONOMIC VITALITY

On the first Thursday of each month, from 5-8 pm, downtown Fort Payne comes alive with artists, musicians, food vendors, and people as we showcase and celebrate the importance and abundance of area talent with a celebration in downtown Fort Payne.

Art in the Alley was inspired by Fort Payne Main Street, in partnership with Boom Town Makers Market, a project of Landmarks, the Historic Association of Dekalb County, (501c3), and the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce. These organizations work toward the common goals of local prosperity, preservation and community growth.

Vendor/Artist set up begins at 4 pm. Everyone begins to congregate after work at Boom Town Makers Market on the corner of Gault and 4th Street, across from the Alabama Band statues, to view the latest things the market has to offer. From there, meander at your own pace to the DeKalb Theater Courtyard, Radiovizions, The Spot, or other local venues offering food music, beverages, and shopping. For more information contact: ArtintheAlley@BoomTownMakersMarket.org

Fort Payne Farmers Market

Fort Payne Main Street Farmers Market

Every Saturday, from May 26 until the 'maters are gone.
Fort Payne Main Street Farmers Market attracts farmers from throughout Dekalb County - and beyond. In its 3rd year, our farmers share local bounty with us each and every Saturday during the season. And there is more — an Antique Tractor show, area homemaker groups sharing recipes, music and more. Located at the Rotary Pavillion next-door to the Alabama Walking Park and across from Patriots Park. Hope to see you there! 7 am to Noon - Rain or shine.

3rd Saturday Cruise In

Third Saturday Sunset Cruise-In

Join hundreds of car collectors and spectators converge on downtown Fort Payne, as it hosts its monthly (May-October) Vintage Vehicle Show. Great music, food vendors, and other entertainment. Come early — 4 pm — and stay late.

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