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Wetumka is a small town of about 1,200 whose Indian name means “tumbling water”. This agriculturally dependent community is the headquarters of two federally recognizes tribes, the Alabama-Quassarte Tribal Town and the Kialegee Tribal Town. It’s also home of the Sucker Day, held every September. This unique event celebrates the day city business owners were “suckered” by a man selling tickets to a non-existent circus. In the early 1950s, F. Bam Morrison persuaded residents to contribute money to bring the circus to the town. But when the residents lined the streets on the morning of the alleged circus parade, nothing happened. Morrison had left town the night before with their money. Wetumka turned that disappointment into its Sucker Day, using the food and decorations they’d prepared for the circus to celebrate the first event. Today, the festival includes arts, craft, music, antique cars, a poker run and a variety of food.