for arts, entertainment, education inc.
Supporting Arts for Central Alabama
The Weogufka Center serves Mississippi Farm Raised Catfish!
with great shows and events!
"Just down a country road in Weogufka Alabama"
"Supporting the American Farmers"
We serve Mississippi Farm Raised Catfish
Weogufka Center Clubs and Organizations:
The Weogufka Center Dinner Theatre
with shows every month.
The Nashville Songwriters Association International Club
Weogufka Chapter with meetings every month and Showcase shows. Plus the Weogufka Songwriters are featured on festival stages all over central and north Alabama
The Southeastern Songwriters
An event held once each year.
The Mule Owners Club
With Dinner meetings 4 times a
year and show of Mules at Mule Day and Old Farm N Bluegrass Day.
The Antique Tractors Club
With Dinner meetings and a showing of tractors at Mule Day and Old Farm N Bluegrass Day.
The Antique Car Club
With Dinner meetings and a showing of cars at Mule Day and Old Farm N Bluegrass plus the clubs show cars all over central Alabama.
With meetings every month on the third Thursday night.
High School Alumni Association
With Alumni Banquet every April on Easter Weekend.
The Coosa County Voting Station
for all elections.
The Loop Exercise Walking Trail
The Walk is open everyday
The Little league practice fields
open during season
The Weogufka Veterans Memorial Park
A project of the Weogufka Neighborhood Watch and open every day.
With the names of Coosa County Veterans on display.
The Weogufka Walk of fame
A walkway of bricks with names of families, friends, alumni, teachers, proudly displayed on a beautiful brick walkway.
The Weogufka Center RV Campgrounds
Open Year round for camping with Electric and Water.
“Good Show, Good Food, Good People, the
“Weogufka Center is dedicated
volunteers working to save the Historic Old Weogufka School and build the
future for Arts, and Entertainment for the Central Alabama Area.”
The Weogufka Center is a member of the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce!
The Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee was formed April 1st 2007 to save the buildings and campus of the Weogufka School. The Preservation Committee became the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education Inc.
is to save the Historic Old Weogufka School Buildings and Campus to build the a future community center for arts.
The Weogufka center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education.
The Historic Old Weogufka School
was first founded on this site in 1888. The first High School was constructed on this site in 1924 and has been a Weogufka Landmark since. The current main building was constructed in 1940. We welcome all visitors to the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education. Attend our dinner theatre shows every month and our special gospel concerts with leading southern gospel groups. And be sure to attend our special day events such as Mule day in the spring and Old Farm N Bluegrass in the fall. come visit the Weogufka Center.
Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education:
An organization of Weogufka Alumni and friends dedicated to saving and preserving Weogufka High School Buildings and Campus for the purpose of Arts, Entertainment, and Education. Weogufka Center is the former Weogufka High School Campus which was chartered as a school in 1924. The campus was used as an Elementary and High School from 1924 until 1988. It was used as West Coosa Elementary School from 1989 until 2004. It has been used as the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education since 2007. All officers and staff volunteer. There are no paid employees.
and be a part of the Weogufka Center. We need volunteers to help with shows, Food Services, Building Maintenance, Grounds Maintenance, Electrical, Plumbing, Air Conditioning, Roofing, and much more. We need Volunteers to coordinate plays, events, dances, and more.
The Weogufka Center Volunteers
Ann Ezekiel , Bobby Ezekiel
, Linda Alexander, Billy Alexander
Betty McGalliard , Billy
Mann , Brenda Sayers , Vaughn Sayers ,
Corene Lackey , Don Riggins,
Faye Allen , Frankie Lackey, George King, Virgie Mae King, Huelon Liveoak , Elaine
Liveoak, Jack Varner
Lynn Varner, Jason Roberts Tommy
Ham, Jean Ham, Jerry Reeves
Jimmy Gilliland, Johnny
Faulkner, Johnny Payne , Judy Stocks
Kattie Hocutt, Linda Green, Roy Green, Betty McGalliard
Linda Palmer , Melvin Palmer, Linda Palmer, Linda Shurette, Gary Shurette, Margaret
Thornton , Shirley Stephens, Paul Wynn, Sandy Wynn, Joan Black, Gerald Green,
Robbie Green, David Barnes, Glen Helms, Morgan Varner. David Compton, Gay Lynne
Adams, Marlene Riddle, Donna Goff, Gerald Green, Quent Varner, Myles Varner. Kevin Rogers, Anne Evans,
Weogufka High School Campus (Now The Weogufka Center for art, entertainment, and education) is located at 145 Memorial Loop. Weogufka Alabama 35183. Post Office Box 175 Weogufka Alabama 35183
Mr. Dennis Sanford Superintendent of Education for Coosa County Signs deeds to the Weogufka School Campus over to the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education Inc.
Weogufka Center members at Coosa County Board of Education Office to accept the deeds for the Weogufka School Property. Left to right Billy Alexander, Dennis Sanford, Ann Ezekiel, Bobby Ezekiel, Linda Alexander, Margaret Thornton, Lola Parker, Susan Yarbourgh, Jackie Carter, Joyce Thomas, Faye Allen, and Melvin Palmer.
"the greatest entertainment deal in Alabama."
For Arts, Entertainment, and Education Inc.
Board & Committee Members:
Board Faye Allen
Board Gary Shurette
Board Billy Wayne Alexander
Alexander City Alabama
Board: Bobby Ezekiel
Our Thanks for all the assistance and cooperation with crowd control and parking at our events from Coosa County Sheriff Terry Wilson and the Coosa County Sheriff’s Department.
Weogufka Center Newsletter:
Published each month. The newsletter is electronic by email and is free to Members, Alumni and Friends. There is no mailed hard copy.
Weogufka Center Website is on line. The Website is a reference for all to use to find our events, history, contact us, purchase tickets, or buy merchandise.
Weogufka Center was founded as Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee with a goal of saving the Weogufka School Campus from destruction. Then finding a future use for the facilities and grounds. The name change from Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee to Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education is part of the future use program.
The Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee became the Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education May 2009. The Weogufka Alumni School Preservation Committee is a non-profit organization founded 01 April 2007.
Weogufka Center For Arts, Entertainment, and Education
Post Office Box 175
Weogufka Alabama 35183
145 Memorial Loop
Star Route Box 60
County Road 41
Downtown Weogufka Alabama
"Good Shows, Good Food, Good Family Place, Good Price, and Good Fun!
"The Best Entertainment Deal in Alabama, Maybe event the Nation!"