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Junior League of Birmingham’s Shop Save & Share 2022

Make plans to shop for a great cause with the Junior League of Birmingham’s (JLB) 17th annual Shop Save & Share fundraiser taking place Wednesday, Sept. 28, through Sunday, Oct. 9! The 12-day event allows patrons to receive 20 percent off and/or exclusive offers at nearly 250 participating businesses with the purchase of a Shop Save & Share card. 100 percent of proceeds from the sale of cards benefit the Junior League’s 21 community projects improving the lives of those in our community. With a goal of benefiting business and Birmingham, the JLB is encouraging patrons to purchase a cardContinue Reading ...

$40 – $250

Teacher Workshop: Holocaust By Bullets in Central and Eastern Europe

Alabama Holocaust Education Center 2100 Highland Avenue South, Suite 101, Birmingham, AL

Wednesday, September 28, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Thursday, September 29, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm ATTENDANCE ON BOTH DAYS IS REQUIRED   Workshop Flyer Workshop Agenda Register Here   Join us for a free 2-day workshop, facilitated by Yahad—In Unum educators, to learn more about this unknown chapter of Holocaust history and its contemporary implications. Interviewing a Witness in Ukraine Nina, Ukraine                     Most students learn about the concentration and death camps of the Holocaust, but few are aware that more than 1/3 of the 6 million Jewish people andContinue Reading ...


Cahaba Brewing-Freshwater Land Trust Run Group

Cahaba Brewing Company 4500 5th Ave S, Birmingham, AL

Meet the Freshwater Land Trust in front of the entrance to Cahaba Brewing for a four-mile run along the newest Freshwater Land Trust trail - the Hugh Kaul Trail. This will be an out-and-back run with all paces welcome! After the run, join us for a beer on the patio or stay for Cahaba Brewing’s Charity Bingo from 7 - 9

Recurring Event Bingo Benefiting Workshops Empowerment

Bingo Benefiting Workshops Empowerment

Cahaba Brewing Co. 4500 5th Ave South, Birmingham, AL

Join us in the Taproom for 'donate to play' bingo every Wednesday. This month all proceeds from the game and a portion of our Wednesday Taproom sales (to-go and in-house) will be donated to Workshops Empowerment. For more than 120 years, Workshops Empowerment Inc. has provided employment opportunities to people with disabilities. Today WE Inc. continues that legacy and provides much more, including training and workforce development, handwork and fulfillment, and the creation of retail goods. Learn more at https://weincal.org/

Recurring Event Cahaba Chess Night

Cahaba Chess Night

Cahaba Brewing Company 4500 5th Ave S, Birmingham, AL

Join us for a night of beer and chess at Cahaba Brewing Company. Chess sets will be provided, but you're welcome to bring your own. New to chess? No problem! We'll have David Harris on-site to show you all the ins and outs of the game. Chess master? All skill levels are welcome! Come through for a casual and friendly game. Chess sets will be provided, but you're welcome to bring your own. **David Harris, Certified US Chess Coach Level II District Leader David taught chess at Woodlawn High School, Willowwood Recreational Center, and the Eastlake Library. He's very passionateContinue Reading ...


Join us at The ReFRAME, an immersive celebration with a fresh perspective, inspired by art and culture from around the world. As the seasons change, so do our galleries. Come see what’s new at the BMA as we enliven our art-filled spaces with music, performances, and curator-led gallery talks. Inspired by our current exhibition, Light Play, this evening will celebrate the role of LIGHT in art and cultures across the globe. The ReFRAME is presented by Medical Properties Trust. 5 – 9pm // Open Galleries Explore our three new exhibitions along with the rest of our rotating permanent collection. 5Continue Reading ...

Grateful Pumpkin paint party

University Pickers – Birmingham 6200 Grand River Blvd, Suite 672, Leeds, AL

Grateful Pumpkin paint party Join us to paint this Grateful pumpkin, This will be a great addition to your fall decor!  The price is $35.00 and that includes your instructor and all the supplies needed to create this 11×14 canvas.  The class will be from 6:00-8:00PM.  If you purchase 2 tickets together, you’ll save 10% off the total cost.  Registration ends on Sept 27th.

Recurring Event The Birmingham Ghost Walk

The Birmingham Ghost Walk

Downtown, Birmingham Birmingham, AL

The most chilling ghost tours in all of central Alabama is right around the corner! You’ll never forget our chilling adventures walking through the darkened streets. We take you to the doors and behind the legends to find out what really happened to those who sinned (or had sins committed upon them). We call upon the spirits of the past…hold your hand…and introduce you to them.

Southern Exposure Screening

SOUTHERN EXPOSURE is a film fellowship program that is actively raising awareness about Alabama’s incredible natural resources and important environmental issues that impact all of us. This innovative summer fellowship brings emerging filmmakers from across the country to tell authentic, engaging stories through short documentary films about Alabama’s environment — and the people who cherish it — from the mountains to the coast. The program is hosted by Alabama Rivers Alliance each summer. Made possible through the support and partnership with environmental and conservation groups across the state, Southern Exposure fellows have the opportunity to create inspiring, captivating films that give viewersContinue Reading ...

AEIVA Presents: Thornton Dial: I, Too, Am Alabama

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

I, Too, Am Alabama is the first retrospective covering Thornton Dial’s entire career. This is also the first large-scale exhibition of his work in his home state of Alabama. The exhibition features masterworks spanning Dial’s entire career including sculpture, works on paper, and assemblages, with many works that have never been previously exhibited or published. The exhibition features significant loans from the Dial family, Alabama institutions, and private collections across the United States.


Civil Rights History -The Church, Children & Communityd

About: The Crusaders for Civil Rights -The Church, The Children and The Community, Birmingham, AL Tour is a historical American story many will never forget. This tour tells the story of the evangelistic support in Birmingham and of the crusade for LOVE - the greatest commandment. We will explore the crusade of the brave children who marched for all our futures and the involvement of the business community that culminated in the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. There are stories and activities that would make you want to cry and others that would make you laugh as ourContinue Reading ...


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