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Alabama Wine Trail Tours

About: Birmingham Metro Area local vineyards and wineries are unique to the South. Come experience a unique taste of a variety of wines that are state focus like the Muscadine grape and the French hybrid grape that make this trip a must for travelers. Take in awe inspiring scenic views throughout the tour. Birmingham is located on the northeastern side of the Appalachian Mountains. This tour is perfect fit for Corporate, Wedding Parties, Conferences, Family Reunions and Wine-interested travelers, and Frequent Travelers. Bookings must be made and confirmed at least week in advance. A minimum of 4 people is requiredContinue Reading ...

$89.99

Soccer Shots Summer Parks

Soccer Shots is hosting multiple Summer Park programs throughout Birmingham! Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development for kids ages 2-8. We will be utilizing various parks in Birmingham for the summer with multiple programs depending on your child’s age! For locations and enrollment information, click: soccershots.com/centralalabama Please note, Summer Park program dates and times vary depending on the park and your child’s program. Please see website for further information and enrollment opportunities!

DRUNK (art exhibition by Maegan Hill-Carol)

DRUNK by Maegan Hill-Carroll Opening Reception: Saturday, June 4, 5–8pm  Exhibition dates: June 4 – July 23, 2022  Gallery hours: 10am–2pm on Saturdays, and by appointment DRUNK is a new show of images and words both moving and still, spoken and painted by Maegan Hill-Carroll. Sculptural and painted interventions onto photographic surfaces combine with alterations made to previously glossy frames that are sanded down and repainted by hand and words painted onto the gallery wall describing the images and the impulses that made them. DRUNK examines a life lived and avoided through the compulsive collecting of pictures. The intoxicating stuffContinue Reading ...

AEIVA Presents 2022 Alabama Triennial

Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, 1221 10th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35205, USA 1221 10th Ave S, Birmingham

Join us for the inaugural launch of this exciting recurring exhibition showcasing some of Alabama’s best and brightest contemporary artists. Artists featured in the 2022 Alabama Triennial at AEIVA include: Tony Bingham Jillian Marie Browning Annie Kammerer Butrus Tameca Cole Derek Cracco Lauren Frances Evans Steven Mark Finley Jr. Sydney A Foster Roscoe Hall Chintia Kirana Jonathan Lanier Jasper Lee Erin LeAnn Mitchell Lily Reeves Missy Roll Lily Ahree Siegel

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Independence Day 1776

Gates open at 11:00 a.m. - programming is offered from noon through evening fireworks. $5 admission. Veterans, active military and children ages 4 and under are free.  The fourth of July means fun, food and fireworks at the American Village. Enjoy more than 40 patriotic activities throughout the day – music and dance, games, encounters with patriots of the past, the battle at Concord Bridge, and FIREWORKS at twilight’s last gleaming! Food trucks will be onsite with all your favorites.  http://www.americanvillage.org/site/PageServer?pagename=tours_events

4th @ Forge benefiting Forge Breast Cancer Survivor Center

A light-hearted event to raise support and awareness for a serious cause Monday, July 4th at 7:00 pm Fireworks begin at 9:00 pm This unique event features food, fun, and a front-row seat to Thunder on the Mountain! Don't forget to bring a lawn chair to sit in to enjoy the show!  Featuring food from: Stephen's Hotdog Wagon Big Spoon Creamery and more! Parking is available at Oasis Counseling for Women & Children or on neighboring streets.

Thunder on the Mountain

On July 4, the City of Birmingham welcomes all to visit and watch live a breathtaking show in honor of those who have fought for our country’s independence. Those in the Birmingham viewing area can also tune into WBRC Fox 6 for a live stream. Spectators can listen to the soundtrack exclusively on iHeart media radio stations 102.5 The Bull, 103.1 The Vulcan, 103.7 The Q, 104.1 The Beat, Birmingham’s ALT 991, B106.5, 105 Hallelujah FM, Magic 96.5, News Radio 960 WERC, News Radio 105.5 WERC and also on La Jefa 98.3. At approximately 9 p.m., the first of moreContinue Reading ...



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