Concerts, Cabbage, and Colors in Tuscaloosa this Weekend!
If you are looking for safe, socially distant events this weekend, Tuscaloosa has a few to offer! Events are trickling in slowly, but surely. As our city adapts to the new norms and you can find events for the whole family this weekend!
Thursday Concerts on the Rooftop Featuring Ronda Ray
Music is back at The Lookout! They are kicking it off with one of your favorites, too! Join The Lookout for Ronda Ray this Thursday. When singer/songwriter Ronda Ray takes the stage, it’s party time! Her authentic, gritty, cowgirl nature and love of rock ‘n’ roll contribute to her unique sound. Her style is inspired by the great rock bands of the 1970s, yet is current, fresh, singular, visionary, and uniquely her own. Head over early for Happy Hour from 5 pm – 7 pm featuring $2 domestics, $4 wells, and $5 house wines. Remember The Lookout is smoke-free and pet friendly so you don’t have to leave your best friend at home!
Tuscaloosa Farmers Market
Start your day off right with a cup of coffee and a basket of locally grown produce! The Tuscaloosa Farmers Market takes place on Saturday from 7 am until 12 pm. Featuring fresh, locally grown produce; grass-fed meats; unique artisan crafts; and an Alabama authenticity that cannot be replicated, the Tuscaloosa Farmers Market has something for everyone! Support your local farmers and artisans by shopping local.
Color Me Crazy at CHOM!
The Children’s Hands-On Museum is back at it again this weekend with another great event for your little ones! Color Me Crazy takes place from 9:30 am to 4 pm. If you have a little artist on your hands, they can grab a smock and some paintbrushes to decorate a snowflake, snowball painting, and more! CHOM offers three floors of fun with 26 unique exhibits to play in.