Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama today:
JEH JEH LIVE- Jeh Jeh joined us from Cottontail's Village Arts, Crafts, and Gifts Show at the BJCC North Exhibit Hall! It runs today from 10am-8pm, tomorrow from 10am-7pm, and Sunday 12-5pm. Tickets are $6 for adults, $2 for children ages 6-12, and free for kids under age 6. The event includes over 500 booths filled with one-of-a kind party dresses, personalized Easter baskets, home décor, garden accessories, and much more! For more information, visit http://christmasvillagefestival.com/cottontails.html.
SEVEN WONDERS - Janice talked with Peter Lerangis about his latest book in the "Seven Wonders" collect – "The Curse of the King." Having already defeated the Colossus of Rhodes, hunted through Ancient Babylon, and outfoxed legions of undead, the Select have recovered three of the lost Loculi hidden in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, only to lose one of them in order to save a life. They must now find a way to undo what has been done, to save themselves from the power that will overwhelm them and destroy the world. Outnumbered, underequipped, and growing weary, Jack, Cass, and Aly come upon their greatest challenge yet-the long-lost Statue of Zeus. Check outwww.sevenwondersbooks.com.
Kelly Garrison joined from the Birmingham Zoo to introduce Mickey to a new animal. To learn more information about the animal or visit the zoo, go to birminghamzoo.com.
JERRY BROWN ARTS FESTIVAL - The 13th Annual Jerry Brown Arts Festival is this weekend at the Tombigbee Electric Cooperative in Hamilton. It runs Saturday from 9am until 5pm and Sunday from 10am until 4pm. The Tombigbee Electric Cooperative is located off I-22 at Exit 14 -- 3196 Co. Hwy 55 in Hamilton. Admission is free! This year you can see work from 72 artists from Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina. The Jerry Brown Arts Festival is a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 event for fifth time in seven years. The indoor festival includes artist demonstrations, a free kids' art station, a writers' nook with area writers, and more. For more information, visit