Don’t let spider veins, varicose veins or other unsightly vein conditions make you feel like hiding any longer. Come out to the Brookwood Baptist Health Vein Center this July 18 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for a free evaluation and seminar. To register, visit brookwoodbaptisthealth.com/vein.
Birmingham Events & Happenings
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Grab the whole family, some blankets and get ready for an evening of fun at this year’s Flicks Among the Flowers at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens! This June 6, attendees will enjoy Hitch and on July 18, Jaws will air. Admission is free, but a $5 donation is encouraged. For more information, visit bbgardens.org.
Summer nights in Alabama are hot and sticky and our wetlands are teeming with activity. Frogs and toads that hide during the day come out to call for mates and lay eggs while beavers are toiling on their lodges, voles and mice are scurrying around picking up insects near the water. It’s a world of
Come out to the historic Lyric Theatre this July 21 as contemporary jazz guitarist, Eric Essix performs his CD release concert alongside special guest, Roman Street. This Birmingham based artist will be celebrating a major milestone in his multi-faceted career with this project under the title, “25-30 Sessions,” his 25th full-length recording over the past
Join the Shelby Humane Society this July 21 as they host the ninth annual Bark and Wine event at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook. This elegant evening will feature delicious food and drinks and an exciting live and silent auction, in which proceeds will benefit the Shelby Spay Neuter Program, which helps to
The annual Float your Boat Summer Festival is back for its ninth annual celebration at Turkey Creek Nature Preserve! This fun-filled day will feature balsa wood boat races, delicious bites and treats, swimming and a fun zone for the kiddos. With over 2,000 attendees at last year’s celebration, this year’s Float Your Boat Summer Festival
On the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother’s past back to the Greek island paradise they last visited 20 years ago. The story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter, and friendship, and every night everyone’s
Get Healthy on the Railroad Cooking Classes Sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama will be held the first Sunday of each month through September at 3:30 p.m. The next class is Sunday, June 3. All events are free to attend. Classes are held on the Regions Bank 17th Street Plaza. Registration will
Come out to the Market at Pepper Place this through to explore more than 100 tents every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to noon as we approach the peak summer growing season in Alabama. Make plans to enjoy a cup of coffee and a warm breakfast at the market while celebrating everything Alabama grown and
Come out to the historic Alabama Theatre this summer for the 2018 summer film series! Its the perfect way to escape the heat and humidity while enjoying a classic in this jaw-dropping theatre. Tickets are $9 each. For more information, visit alabamatheatre.com. Here is this year’s schedule: June 8: Superman: The Movie, 7 p.m. June 10:
Join the Birmingham Museum of Art after dark for the 14th season of Birmingham’s most popular summer series, Art On The Rocks presented by Dale’s Seasoning! Featuring musical guests The Suffers, Seratones, and Tank and the Bangas, Art On The Rocks brings three Friday nights of entertainment to downtown Birmingham with artist collaborations, interactive performances,
Alabama Outdoors’ Party on the Porch benefits local charities and organizations, like the Alabama State Parks, the Junior League of Birmingham and the Homewood City Schools Foundation. It also supports local businesses by featuring them at the event. From eateries to breweries, there’s something for everyone. And, of course, live music from local musicians like
The “New Year, New You” Reveal Party celebrates the transformation of a life and uses the event to raise awareness and funds for the important cause, the Children’s Center for Weight Management at Children’s of Alabama. This is their 6th year hosting this event and they will exceed $100,000 raised to help children and adolescents
Bring the kiddos out and dance in your seat as STARS presents Hairspary Jr. at the Virginia Samford Theatre! Adapted from the Broadway production that won eight Tony Awards, this upbeat, fun and music-filled performance celebrates change and diversity while spreading a positive message and of course, making the audience laugh. Performances will start at
Take advantage of the Magic City’s gorgeous summer evening weather this July 28 as the Counting Crows grace the Oak Mountain Amphitheater stage. They’re bringing their 25 Years and Counting Tour to Birmingham for a night of classic favorites and a ton of fun. This is the perfect date night! Tickets start at $28 and
Celebrate the Magic City’s best female musicians this July 28 as they bring their talents to the Workplay stage. Artist, Jessica Meuse, an Alabama local who was on NBC’s The Voice, will be performing alongside Sharron Collins, Bai B, Kathryn Delacruz, All Folked Up, Raquel Lily, Peanut and Chrys Black. Tickets are $20 and the
Last, but most definitely not least, finish off the month with a bang at the 2018 Alabama Music Awards! The Alabama Music Awards Organization will host another fabulous show featuring entertaining performances and local artist recognition. There will even be a live performance by local artist, Fee Free Redmon. The event will begin at 5
Browning Trail Cameras and Ample Energy, Inc. present Boiling N’ Bragging benefiting the Critical Care Transport at Children’s of Alabama. Joined by Rotary International District 6860 and Spectrum Business, this pre-season football party and low country boil at Otey’s Tavern is in its tenth year of celebration. Join them this August 18! Tickets are $25 online
Prodigal Pottery is excited to announce their second annual Hymns of Hope with musical guests Sandra McCracken and Jill Phillips at the historic Lyric Theatre on September 13. Prodigal Pottery is handmade at King’s Home (formerly Hannah Home and Kings Ranch) by women fleeing homelessness and domestic abuse. Hymns of Hope is a time to
Each year the Cahaba River Society hosts a catfish cook-off and festival that’s not only good for the planet, but also the palate! This event has become another staple in Birmingham’s dynamic food scene as culinary masters, old and new, battle it out for the top catfish cooking prizes. This event features fun for all
Join the Les Dames d’Escoffier this Sunday, October 7 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. for a twilight dinner from Birmingham’s best chefs and restaurant owners to benefit the Jones Valley Teaching Farm. This is the perfect event for those wanting to explore Birmingham’s impressive food scene on a gorgeous summer evening! For more information,
The Hangout Oyster Cook-Off & Craft Beer Weekend showcases the talents and tastes of the best chefs from the Southeast for a decadent afternoon of oysters and spirits on the beach in beautiful Gulf Shores, AL. Sample inspired oyster dishes from dozens of restaurants who will be serving Rockefeller, Gulf Coast Cajun and Raw Oysters.
Scheduled for November 22, 2018, the 30A 10K, has already been named one of the top five Thanksgiving race events in the nation and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities in the South Walton area, which spans the Florida panhandle and is a popular destination anytime of year, but for race participants,