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The <a href=””>Tuscaloosa Bicentennial Commission</a> will host a community-wide book discussion at the Tuscaloosa Federal Building and United States Courthouse on Thursday, Nov. 21 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

The event will be an evening of fun and education, surrounded by the fourteen gorgeous murals by artists Caleb O’Connor showcasing Tuscaloosa’s history.

Author Guy Hubbs and Dob Noble will speak on Tuscaloosa’s history and the events that define our community.

The Commission encourages locals to read <a href=”” rel=”noopener noreferrer”><em><strong>Tuscaloosa: 200 Years in the Making</strong></em></a> by G. Ward Hubbs in anticipation of the event.

Published by The University of Alabama Press, the book is a versatile history for scholars to use as a starting point for further research, general readership, and for city and county school students to better understand their community.

Copies of the book are available at local booksellers and online retailers. It may also be checked out at all branch locations of the <a href=””>Tuscaloosa Public Library</a>.

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