Selma restaurants, landmarks to be part of Black Belt Adventures tourism, food event

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Alabama Black Belt Adventures is launching an event centered around food and tourism across the Black Belt Region, which will include local eateries and landmarks in Selma and elsewhere in Dallas County.

The event encourages people to travel throughout places to visit and places to eat detailed in a brochure that can be viewed online. Among the eateries listed in Selma are Hancock’s Country BBQ, Lannie’s Bar-B-Q Spot, and Tally Ho.

Landmarks included in the brochure encourages participants to visit several notable locations in Selma, such as Edmund Pettus Bridge, Arts Revive, and Charlie “Tin Man” Lucas Studio.

There will also be a photo contest for those who enter online. A drawing will be made to give away prizes. In addition, those who fill out their “passport” will have a chance to win a stay at Lakepoint State Park.

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, venues included in this event may be closed or have adjusted for social distancing. Participants are asked to call ahead and ask about their health guidelines.

For more information, visit the web page for the event here.