Camellia City Fest
Downtown Greenville is the the place to be the last Saturday in March as hundreds gather for the city’s annual Camellia CityFest. Camellia CityFest offers plenty of festival food, live entertainment, vendors galore and fun for the whole family. The event will host vendors from around the state, will display arts and crafts, custom-made knives and furniture, jewelry, pottery, apparel, home décor, and much more.The downtown park area will feature a variety of concessions, such as hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, nachos, boiled peanuts, cupcakes and smoothies, and much more.For more information about Camellia CityFest, contact the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce at 334-382-3251 or visit us online at greenvillealchamber.com or visit the Chamber’s Facebook page.
The Alabama Medieval Fantasy Festival
Here Ye’ Here Ye’ One and All! Does sword fighting, jousting, & medieval cuisine sound intriguing to you? If so, the Kingdom of Dragon Croft is where you will want to be in March! This is a family-friendly event with crafts, face-painting, medieval games, and a true weekend experience of medieval lifestyle. For more information visit the ALMFF Facebook Page or their website.
Putting on the Ritz
Mark your calendars for the last Thursday, Friday and Saturday in April every year for the Annual Putting on the Ritz! The Greenville Area Arts Council presents our Community Cast as they display their talents of song and dance on the historic Ritz Theatre stage. The Arts Council brings professional live performances to our Ritz Stage throughout the year. https://www.gaac-ritz.com/
Relay for Life
Relay For Life is a fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs of your American Cancer Society. The event is held in May at the Butler County Fairgrounds..
Hank Williams Day Celebration
The first weekend of June thousands of Hank Williams fans come to Georgiana to pay tribute to country music’s greatest legend. Everyone enjoys country music concerts, street dances, mouth-watering food, and special activities. While you are there, tour Hank Williams boyhood home and museum. Visit the Hank Museum website or call 334-376-2555 for more information. http://www.hankwilliamsfestival.com/
The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce hosts Celebrate America, an annual Fourth of July Celebration. It is held at the Greenville High School stadium and continues to grow each year. This family-friendly event is sure to wow the audience with a fireworks spectacular. Refreshments are available. Call the Chamber at 334-382-3251 for more information.
Fast and Furry Car Show
Greenville Haunted Firehouse
For 16 years, the Greenville Haunted Firehouse has been spooking, scaring, terrifying all who enter their attraction every weekend in October. People travel hundreds of miles to enter the Haunted Firehouse that was voted #1 Haunted Attraction in the state in 2017. For more information visit the Greenville Haunted Firehouse Facebook Page or their website.
Trick Or Treat On Commerce Street
Every October 31st the Chamber of Commerce calls for all children up to 6th grade to wander up and down Commerce Street in their most festive Halloween attire for a fun-filled evening of trick or treating. Call the Chamber at 334-382-3251 for more information.
Old Time Farm Day
Old Time Farm Day is held every year on the last Saturday of October; from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Admission is free for children under six; $2 for children six to 11; and $3 for those 12 years old and older. Location: The Thompson Farm, 4 miles down Sandcutt Road on Left
- Boot Races
- Farm Animals
- Mule-Plowing Teams
- Pedal Tractor Races
- Demonstrations of blacksmith, gristmill and basket making will transport you to the past.
For more information call Carey Thompson at 334-382-2295. Vendors call Harold Turner at 334-382-8989 or 334-303-9399.
Butler County Fair
The last week in September the Kiwanis Club of Greenville will host the Butler County Fair. Art exhibits, flower arrangements, and livestock shows are just a few additions the Kiwanis Club adds to the traditional cotton candy and Ferris wheel fair. Contact Richard Branum at 334-371-2000, for more information. https://www.butlercountyalfair.com/
Santa arrives in Greenville via fire truck to start our holiday season. Local organizations, schools, and community groups participate with floats, tractors, scooters, etc. The processional is judged and prizes awarded to the best entries in float and decorated vehicle divisions. Be sure to pick your parade application at the Chamber office or call 334-382-3251. Caroling in the park and hot refreshments are a few additions to the traditional parade.