Saturday, July 11, 2020 Movie: Disney's Aladdin Movie starts at Dusk Free Event, Bring your lawn chairs and blankets as we gather on the grassy mall in downtown Trussville Presenting …
The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to coordinate a variety of events throughout the year. From City Fest to the annual Christmas Parade, you and your family are sure to enjoy events around Trussville.
We hope you will join us for the 2022 Christmas Parade as it passes through historic Downtown Trussville. This is a free event for the citizens of Trussville to enjoy. The parade will begin on Parkway Drive. It will turn right onto Gadsden Highway and right again onto Chalkville Mountain Road. The parade will end after it passes by the Christmas tree at the Mall.
Our parade theme will be announced closer to the event. Entries are encouraged but not required to take part in the theme for the float competition. Prizes will be awarded to: Best Interpretation of Theme, Most Original, Most Innovative, Best Overall, Best Walking Group and several honorable mentions.
Make plans to attend the City's Community Caroling and Tree Lighting Ceremony in historical downtown Trussville on Sunday, November 27 at 4:30-6pm. Gather on the mall where there will be Christmas carols, hot chocolate, cookies and other Christmas activities. Santa will also be there to visit with the kids. This free event is a perfect way to kick off the Christmas season in Trussville.
Make plans to join us on Tuesday, November 8 for the the Legislative Breakfast at the Trussville Civic Center. Congressman Gary Palmer will be joining us to give us a Washington update. Check-in will begin at 6:45 and breakfast will be served at 7am.
Trussville City Fest is a fun, family event all over downtown Trussville and the admission is FREE! So much going on including kids' activities, vendors, food trucks, art walk, cornhole tournament and lots of entertainment. Make plans to visit Trussville City Fest on September 17, it is a day you will not want to miss!
This event is a gathering of city and elected officials, along with church leaders, school administrators, members of the business community, and civic-minded individuals, for a faith-based time of intercession and thanks.
Grab your family, blankets, chairs and your furry friends and join us on the mall for this pet-themed movie event.
Make sure to visit the Pet Supplies Plus-Trussville tent for all sorts of giveaways and fun for the kids! They will have popcorn, balloon animals, facepainting and much more! They will be easy to find...look for the big red inflatable fire hydrant.
Featuring the movie, "Clifford the Big Red Dog"
Food trucks and vendors will also be there selling food and desserts.
Food vendors include Monumental Dogz, Snowie shaved ice and ice cream, Magnolia Baking Co., Rho Tan lemondade, Queen B'z Treats, and Southland BBQ
All other vendors: Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Mary Kay, Champ's Legacy, Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama, Windows by Anderson and Positive Choices.
Stop by the chamber table to register for some great door prizes!
It's going to be a "dog on good time" so don't miss out on the fun!
Join the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce in June for the 15th Annual Golf Tournament.
The date of the event is Monday, June 27, 2022
The shotgun scramble will begin at 8 a.m. at Pine Tree Country Club.
Chance to win $10,000 for a hole-in-one sponsored by Courtesy Buick GMC!
The dress code is soft spikes, collared shirts and no denim.
Swing Back to 1947 and help us celebrate 75 years since Trussville became incorporated!
The festivities begin at 5:30pm and the movie starts at dusk (7:45pm)
This is a free event! There will be lots of activities and fun for all ages to enjoy.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets as we gather on the grassy mall in downtown Trussville.
Food trucks will be there selling food and desserts.
The Trussville 1947 Fire Truck will be on display along with other vehicles from that time period.
Trussville history fair, 1940's music, free activities and games.
Featuring the 1947 film, "The Egg and I"
The Trussville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the Annual Taste of Trussville.
At the event, you will have the opportunity to sample food from area restaurants and bakeries. A cash wine bar will also be available.
Only a limited number of tickets will be available.
Shop local and get your shuffle card punched for every $10 spent at any our participating Trussville merchants Saturday, March 5-Saturday, March 19! Leave your filled card at one of the participating stores or at the Trussville Chamber Office to enter into a drawing for some fabulous prizes donated by our participating merchants. Fully punched cards must be turned in by Wednesday, March 23 to be entered for the drawing.
Help us honor our 2021 Gatekeeper Award winners and meet the incoming members of the chamber's Board of Directors for 2022.
The Trussville Tribune will also announce their Person of the Year award.
A brief awards presentation will begin at 6:15 pm.
Presenting sponsor: Bryant Bank
The night will begin at 6:00pm with Space of The Day playing Classic Rock and ending at 7:30. Then at 8:00pm the band Bourbontown will cap off the night with some country music till 10:45pm.
Make plans to join us at the Trussville Entertainment District (TED) on Sunday, July 18 for a double feature movie event! We will show Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs at 5pm and Ratatouille at 7pm. These two "food" movies will be shown on the big screen at the Entertainment District Stage to help celebrate the kick-off of Trussville Restaurant Week. Come early to get a good spot and visit our sponsors who will have activities set up for the kids.
Trussville Restaurant Week is scheduled for July 18-August 1 and is sponsored by Trussville To Go. It is designed to give restaurants an opportunity to showcase signature dishes and offer special deals and discounts. Restaurant Week will again feature Restaurant Bingo. Patrons who fill one of more rows by visiting restaurants featured on the Bingo card will be entered into drawings for prizes. Other corporate sponsors include the Trussville Tribune and Parcels Too Business Center.
Are you job hunting? If so, the Trussville Job Fair is for you! This is a free event for job-seekers and is scheduled for March 18, 10am-2pm at the Trussville Public Library.
Darrell Walker Workforce
Alabama Professional Services
Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services
Geico Local Office-Greg Armstrong
G.R. Manufacturing, Inc.
WDJC/WXJC/WYDE-Crawford Media Group
Wilbur's Plumbing & HVAC
AmFirst Federal Credit Union
Coil Manufacturing, Inc.
Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED, Inc.
Veterans Upward Bound
Gulf Distributing Company, Birmingham
Champion Sports Medicine
Hubbell Power Systems