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Earth Day may have been celebrated on April 22nd, but that hasn’t stopped several conservation groups in Birmingham from turning it into a week-long party.
Beginning tonight, Thursday, April 25th groups such as the Alabama Environmental Council will be holding events across the area.
Check out the calendar – and make plans to celebrate Earth Day everyday this week.
Here is the latest schedule of events.
Alabama Environmental Council’s Green Tie Affair
Tickets are available for the 23rd Annual Green Tie Affair at Sloss Furnace for Thursday, April 25th, 7:00PM t 11:00PM (there is an inside venue in case there is rain). Always one of the biggest conservation events of the year, the AEC will have an exciting live & silent auction, delicious food & beverages, super fun photo booth provided by Blythe Events and live music with two feature bands: Taylor Hunnicutt and Soul Of ’46!
Earth Month Party
Before the Green Tie Affair, take a quick visit to English Village and checkout the Tonya Jones SalonSpa Earth Month Party beginning at 5:00PM. A long-time supporter of the Cahaba River Society, Tonya Jones has been holding events during the entire month of April supporting the Society.
There will be a fashion show, jazz band and a silent auction. Here are the details.
Shades Creek Fest
What ties Mountain Brook and Homewood? Shades Creek, of course!
On Saturday, April 27, 10:00AM to 2:00PM at Jemison Park, join Mountain Brook and Homewood’s Mayors, Board of Landscape Design, Friends of Jemison Park, and other officials from both Mountain Brook and Homewood for the second annual Shades Creek Fest. There will be fly fishing demonstrations in Jemison Park, the City’s annual tree giveaway, live music, and nature demonstrations! Free parking available at National Bank of Commerce.
Don’t miss this event on Saturday!
Other events – Birdwatching and hikes
Along with the parties/events – here are some additional ways to celebrate Earth Day this weekend.