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    Decatur is Positively Soaring at the Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic!

    Decatur is Positively Soaring at the Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic! By: Lillie Beth Warner, Communications Director, Decatur Morgan County Tourism Share this story social social Email To The Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic is a one-of-a-kind event that takes place every year in Decatur, Alabama, at Point Mallard Park. The event has […]

    The #VisitDecaturAL Ambassadors Are Your Local Guides to Decatur and Beyond

    The #VisitDecaturAL Ambassadors Are Your Local Guides to Decatur and Beyond By: Lillie Beth Warner, Communications Director, Decatur Morgan County Tourism Share this story social social Email To Have you met the new #VisitDecaturAL Ambassadors? Decatur Morgan County Tourism (DMCT) has launched an ambassador program featuring local photographers, influencers, and travel writers to showcase Decatur […]

    Thanks to the Morgan County Master Gardeners, Decatur is Positively Blooming This Spring!

    Are you passionate about plants? Do you want to have a beautiful garden but have no clue where to start? The Morgan County Master Gardeners Association can help!

    Young Professionals in Decatur Are Positively the Best and Brightest!

    The Best and Brightest Initiative is the first comprehensive incentive package in the nation for STEM young talent, and the 7-year-old program is growing rapidly.

    Positively Impacting Students’ Futures

    The annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Breakfast and Scholarship Awards Program, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2023, is a shining example of what makes Decatur special.

    Carnegie Carnival Is Positively Fun!

    In 2012, the Carnegie Visual Arts Center presented Decatur’s first Mardi Gras-style celebration with the “Carnegie Carnival.” Charter members created a season that spans from Carnival Petition to the King and Queen to open the royal season to Twelfth Night in January to candidate events and culminates with the Carnegie Carnival parades, always held on the Saturday before Fat Tuesday.

    The Jones Family Is Positively Loving Decatur!

    All of my travels, far and wide, finally led me back to North Alabama, where I belong. It’s here in Decatur that my wife from Arizona and my kids from California have finally found their roots. Decatur, Alabama, is our home now, and we positively love it.

    Built for the Birds, Wheeler National Wildlife Positively Dazzles All Year Long

    Each winter, anywhere from 10,000 to 25,000 temporary residents show up to bring an experience that’s positively Decatur. The guests? Migrating sandhill cranes and even several pairs of extremely rare whooping cranes.

    River Clay Fine Arts Festival Is Positively Educational!

    River Clay Fine Arts Festival is Positively Educational! The Positively Decatur team is please to have Stevi Price, the immediate past president of the River Clay Fine Arts board of directors, share her perspective as an educator. Share this story social social Email To The River Clay Fine Arts Festival (RCFAF) has evolved into an […]

    Judge David Breland Is Positively Proud of Decatur’s History!

    Judge David Breland has a long personal history in Decatur and loves it so much that he has made the city’s history his job! Working in the Old State Bank and as the director of the Decatur Historic Union Depot brings the Judge a great deal of joy.

    ¡El Día de los Muertos Es Positivamente Tradicional!

    La Cuidad de Decatur en Alabama se complace en anunciar que este año inauguramos la Celebración del Dia de Muertos. Dia de Muertos, también conocido como el día de Las Almas, es un día festivo mexicano donde las familias le dan la bienvenida a las almas de sus seres queridos fallecidos para una reunión breve que incluye comida, bebidas y celebración.

    Día de los Muertos Is Positively Traditional!

    The City of Decatur, Ala. is pleased to announce its inaugural Día de los Muertos celebration! Día de los Muertos, also known as “The Day of The Dead” or “All Souls Day,” is a Mexican holiday where families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a brief reunion that includes food, drink, and celebration.