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It’s been a few weekends since we saw a shade other than gray out the window, so heat up your mug of “positivi-tea” and prep for a light-filled long weekend in Birmingham, January 15-17.
An eat, a sweet and a treat—just for you! Here are 3 to make your weekend sunny:
- EZ Street Wings: Lunch Special $5.00
- Collateral Cookies: 10% off your order, just say you found us on BHAMNOW!
- Blo Blow Dry Bar: 20% off all products (hair and makeup)
With over 800 local businesses listed in our Small Business Guide, you’re sure to find your dream deal.
This Weekend in The Magic City
“I have a dream.” – Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King Day holds significance for the entire country, but it also plays a big part in the Civil Rights movement that happened right here in Birmingham. Monday, January 18 is the official MLK Day holiday, and has become a day for people to give back to their community in multiple ways. So we encourage you to Serve, Learn, Move, Support and Donate this weekend. Get started with these 21 MLK Day events in Birmingham, January 16-23.
Birmingham Restaurant Week’s Winter Edition is January 14-31 here and the stalls in The Pizitz Food Hall are taking part in the delicious action. Find out the who and what here, plus learn how to win a $100 gift card to The Pizitz Food Hall for BRW.
Can I put you in a 2, 3 or 4 bedroom?
Check out these open houses going on Jan. 15-17 to find the rooms of your dreams.
It’s icy and it’s hot!
On Saturday, January 16 from 1-5PM, support over 20 small black-owned businesses through product demos, music, giveaways + more during the Fire and Ice Pop Up Shop at the Dannon Project. It’s FREE to attend, but registration is a must.
For even more going on this weekend in The Magic City, check out Now the Weekend—Video Edition. It’s filled with some GLOWING events.
Shopping made easy
The Winter Market at Pepper Place is back again. But don’t get out of that cozy car! This year’s market is curbside pickup only. Order now for pickup on Saturday, January 16 between 7AM and NOON.
Warm others through generosity
Help Keep BHM Warm by donating winter essentials to the Boutwell Auditorium’s warming center January 16-31. Approved donation items include blankets, scarves, hats, gloves, socks. Drop-off locations include: The Pizitz Food Hall, Pose at The Summit or Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham
Virginia Samford Theatre had to cancel their upcoming performances of 1776. If you bought tickets for the show January 27-February 7, call the box office for details on what to do next at 205.251.1206.