Thursday, November 12, 2015

Celebrate the 200th Bicentennial Harpersville Celebration

"Harpersville, Alabama is a great city to move to and call home." Earl's Moving Company

One perfect example of a great town to live in happens this Saturday, November 14, at 83 Town Hall Lane, citizens and visitors will gather for the 200th Bicentennial Harpersville Celebration. The festivities will begin at 8:00 am, with children's activities, arts and crafts vendors, antique car show and you will be sure to enjoy the parade that begins at 10:00. The noon hour brings recognition to our local Veterans and a Hay Bale Art Contest. Stick around for afternoon musical festivities and plenty of good food.

Harpersville, AL

If you didn't know about, or were not convinced previously, Mayor Theoangelo Perkins may be able to persuade you ~ 

"Harpersville is a great place to live, work and raise a family. This community has so much to offer. Small town charm with big city conveniences are just one of the many reasons to call Harpersville home. Highway 280 allows our businesses to prosper and grow while keeping safe with local police department coverage. Harpersville has many churches, a local school, a public library, a drive-in movie theater, and so much more.

Business is growing in Harpersville as we have just welcomed our newest corporate citizen Bama Budweiser. We have many industrial businesses, local restaurants and retail to name a few. 

Most of all, Harpersville is a wonderful place to call home because of its people which are why we are proud of our town's motto "Rich Past, Bright Future"! We invite you to come and grow with us!

Attractions that you will enjoy include Old Baker Farm where you can choose and cut your Christmas tree. The whole family will enjoy complimentary hot apple cider, candy canes and a hayride through the Christmas trees. School children come from all over to visit the pumpkin patch each year. 

Well known Morgan Creek Vineyards offer a beautiful and elegant place for weddings or other special occasions, big or small. Gorgeous vineyards and scenery offer a perfect getaway for girls day out, or celebrating an anniversary. 

Stone Hollow Farmstead provides historical tours showcasing handmade, farm fresh artisanal products using the highest quality standards. Locally and naturally grown botanicals and handcrafted specialty goat cheese. 

With over 30 years spent in perfecting the art of growing, selling and the delivery of quality turf grass, Sunbelt Turf Farm is located on Highway 25. Sunbelt Turf Farm provides Harpersville and surrounding areas with "home grown" sod.

Located less than 30 miles from downtown Birmingham, Harpersville is convenient to work and colleges. Even closer is shopping, banking and an almost endless variety of restaurants. 

With all that Harpersville has to offer, Earl's Moving Company enjoys moving families, long or long distance, home to Harpersville, Alabama. If you live in Harpersville, share your favorite thing about living in this fun city with us. 

Jeremiah 29:11 ~ For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Earl's Moving Company, a Christian based company, was founded in 2008 by Earl Pike. Earl's strives to make moving as easy as possible so you can enjoy your new home. Raised in Alabaster, Earl enjoys moving people home with southern hospitality. Earl's Moving is available for residential and commercial moves in Alabaster, Auburn, Calera, Chelsea, Clanton, Helena, Hoover, Montevallo, Mountain Brook, Pelham, Prattville, Trussville, Tuscaloosa, and Vestavia Hills.

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