The Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce hosted their popular Business After Hours event on Thursday at the new Five and Dime venue on Broad Street.
The Five and Dime is owned by A.C. Reeves in the location where Queen City Market was. The market is now a block over on Broad Street.
Reeves started the Five and Dime with a goal of hosting events and as a location for local chefs to sell food as pop up restaurants. The space also includes areas for children to play and seating for small gatherings.
The concept also features an Artist of the Month, starting with Montgomery artist Kay Jacoby who showed her artwork on the walls of the Five & Dime at the Chamber event.
The next Business After Hours will be held at the Five and Dime on July 15 from 5-7 p.m. at 201 Broad Street.