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Saturday, September 16th, 2017
4:45 on the Donohoo Chevrolet Stage in the Alabama Walking Park Boom Days Heritage Celebration honors Fort Payne’s rich cultural past with events that tie the history to the present, great historical artifacts and clothing at the Fort Payne Depot Museum, a miniatures railroad system in the original office of the Coal and Iron Company, music covering all musical genres with more than 30 acts on 8 different stages. City Park, once the front yard of the DeKalb Hotel with its 1889 Ginkgo trees, is filled with some of the finest arts and craftsmen in the region. There is a quilt display, artist demonstrations, a wine and beer tasting and you might find the Mayor and First Lady of Fort Payne dressed up in period clothing of the Boom Days era. Boom Days begins on the third Thursday of September each year and runs through Saturday ending with name musical acts at the Alabama Park and Rotary Pavilion and our traditional Third Saturday Sunset Cruise In with a couple hundred classic cars.