Elmore County

Elmore County was established on February 15, 1866, from portions of Autauga, Coosa, Tallapoosa, and Montgomery counties. The county has a total area of 657 square miles of which 618 square miles is land and 39 square miles is water. The county was named for John Archer Elmore who was a military officer and politician. The area around Wetumpka was the heart of the Upper Creek lands, whose largest towns were located on the banks of the Coosa and at its confluence with the Tallapoosa River, at Wetumpka and Talisi (now Tallassee), respectively.importantnumberselmoregaspowerwaterelmoresheriffschool


MILLBROOK BIRTHDAY BASH

     Join The City of Millbrook for a huge Birthday Bash celebrating Millbrook’s 40th Year. It all happens September 29, 2017 at the Alabama Wildlife Federation Pavilion at 3050 Lanark Road. Music will kick off with The River Rats featuring Sonny Grier with the headliner The Sweet Young’uns. There will be bouncy houses for the kids, and concessions of all kinds. Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $20.00 for adults kids under 15 free. Proceeds benefit the Alabama Wildlife Federation. For more information call (334) 285-6428


HAUNTED WETUMPKA INVESTIGATIONS

Investigate the Haunted Chamber of Commerce Building at 116 E. Bridge Street in Downtown Wetumpka every third Saturday of the month from 7:00 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. The cost is $25 Per Person. Go on an authentic, in-depth paranormal investigation of the most haunted building in Wetumpka. Use specialized equipment to locate the many spirits inside the Chamber’s buildings who make their presence known. Spend time in the basement with moving objects, disembodied voices, and responses to knocks or taps. Roam the unused third floor of the building where the haunted scarecrow resides and moves from room to room. Reserve today to guarantee your spot. Reservations limited to 15 people each month. Call 334-567-4811 or email jyoung@wetumpkachamber.org