This year's 12th annual Outsiders Outside Doo-Nanny has moved from Pittsview, Ala., to Seale, Ala.
It's 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday at folk artist Butch Anthony's property at 41 Poorhouse Road.
More than 40 artists will be selling their goods. Music will be by the Mad Tea Party of Asheville; Adam Bork from Marfa, Texas; Jake Fussell from Oxford, Miss., and the Steps from Austin.
Because it is Anthony, there will be some unusual events, including Evil Boll-Weevil, who is allegedly the late Evil Knievel's third cousin. He will try to jump 29 Tonka trucks on a jet-powered bicycle.
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There will be a solar display and a worm-powered outhouse.
Anthony promises free guided tours of his Museum of Wonder.
Food will be provided by the Possum Trot BBQ and seafood by the Food Pimp of Seaside, Fla.
At dark, the Doo-Nanny Short Movie Fest will begin, featuring acclaimed filmmaker Les Blank's new documentary on tea.
For those so inclined, there will be free camping.
On March 30, there will be biscuits and a live Mexican wrestling championship bout.
To get the Doo-Nanny, take U.S. 431 west to Seale. Look for two water towers. As you get close to the water towers, turn left on Ala. 169. The first right will be Poorhouse Road. Follow the signs.
Call Anthony at 334-855-9547.