Tuscaloosa will celebrate its third Lemonade Day on April 21 as kids from all around the city will learn about entrepreneurship and open up lemonade stands to earn money

Lemonade Day is designed to show kids how to start their own business, teaching them the same principles required to start a company by giving them the tools to start, own, and operate their very own business – a lemonade stand!    The kids collect the profits, keep them or donate them to their favorite charity.

The event is free for children of all ages.  Everyone that registers here will receive a backpack and workbook to help get their lemonade stand going but supplies are limited so sign up early.  Register starting March 13 online by clicking here.  Special pick up locations will be announced soon.  Be sure to like the Facebook page to stay updated.

Lemonade Day is presented by Canada Dry Ginger Ale & Lemonade, Cadence Bank, Chicken Salad Chick, Harrison Construction, Bryant Bank, and McAbee Construction with local support from Ward Scott Architecture.