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Annual Events

Submitted by the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce

JANUARY

Tallassee Follies – A fun time for all Tallasseeans to show off their talent.

FEBRUARY

Heart Walk – In recognition of Heart Healthy Month.

Arbor Day – Celebrated with a free tree give-a-way.

MARCH

Tallassee Dam 5K Run & Walk – Run across the Historic Fitzpatrick Bridge with a breathtaking view of the Tallapoosa River and Thurlow Dam.

APRIL

Earth Day & Spring Team-Up to Clean-Up Tallassee – Citywide effort to beautify Tallassee. Included are Litter Teams, contests and outdoor celebrations.

MAY

Farmers’ Market – Local Farmers’ Market begins. Guests are invited to purchase locally grown produce and participate in activities.

JUNE

Relay for Life – Largest city celebration of the year! Tallassee hosts one of the most active events in the state for this cancer awareness program.

Tallassee Now! BBQ

Tallassee Now! BBQ – Homecoming-type festival where all the city is open for tours and activities, including BBQ, sales and music.

JULY

July 4th Parade

Water Fun – With great summer temperatures, area lakes and rivers are full of activities.

AUGUST

Football in the South – College and high school football seasons begin.

SEPTEMBER

Tallassee High School’s 20-Year Homecoming Festivities – A weekend full of activities for current graduates and alumni from 20 years prior. Includes a large parade, bonfire and more.

Fall Team-Up to Clean-Up Events – Citywide effort to beautify Tallassee. Included are Litter Teams, contests and outdoor celebrations.

OCTOBER

Cemetery Tours – Experience the history of Tallassee and its early settlers through the cemetery tours’ dramatic presentation.

Tecumseh at Tuckabatchee

“Tecumseh at Tuckabatchee” – An outdoor theatrical presentation of Tecumseh’s speech at Tuckabatchee to rally the Creeks against the Americans. Native American dancing and drama included.

Tallassee Trade Day – Large arts & craft fair under the large Oak trees that line the Historic King Street District.

Haunted Library Tour

NOVEMBER

Battles for the Armory – Civil War re-enactment of the Battles of Chehaw Station and Franklin. More than 3,500 visit this exciting event annually. Includes encampments, living history and school days.

DECEMBER

Christmas Activities – City tree lighting, parade, a holiday market and a tour of homes are all part of Tallassee’s many Christmas festivities.

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