Colors of the Coosa- July 18th, 2015

Support river conservation while enjoying wings & low country boil at Local Color Cafe in Springville, Alabama on Saturday, July 18th at 6:30 PM! We’ll have live music from the Blue Devils and the Something Else Trio, plus a fantastic silent auction!

Tickets are $25 at the door! You’ll receive a one year membership to Coosa Riverkeeper, your meal, and delicious local beer with your ticket purchase!

Show you care about the Coosa and have a great time! Invite your friends and let’s make it a family affair, after all– rivers connect us all! Click here for the Facebook event!

Reservations are not required, but if you’d like to get a table for the evening to have dinner and enjoy the music, you can call ahead a reserve a spot at 205-467-0334. We hope to see you there!

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