Calling all heroes in a half shell, it’s time to unleash those ninja skills and prepare for action. On Saturday, August 14, one of the coolest exhibits around hits McWane Science Center in Birmingham—Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer. Find out why this exhibit will have you shouting Awesome! Plus, discover more happening at McWane this August. Buy your tickets now.
YWCA Central Alabama’s KIDS Korner event is back on Thursday, August 19, but this year the event is at Regions Field from 6-9PM and has been reimagined into a night to feel like a kid again! Learn how this local organization is rolling cotton candy, fireworks and fundraising into one fun—and important—event. Tickets available now.
SWELTER ALERT: summer heat hits Birmingham, July 29-31, with temps in the 90s. While sweating is not for me, there are lots of fun ways to stay cool—pools, splash pads, ice cream + slushies to name a few. I also suggest staying in the delightful A/C and scrolling through events + more happening around the ‘ham this weekend.
After more than a year of virtual events, the highly-anticipated Alabama Launchpad Finale is returning to the stage in Auburn on August 26th! To celebrate, we’re highlighting the 5 competitors, including startups helping people breathe easier, eat local, build wealth, and more. Keep reading to learn about the event—and buy tickets here!
“Get Healthy on the Railroad” is back for another season of free exercise classes in Railroad Park. With diverse offerings like Zumba, hip hop cardio and yoga, there’s something for everyone. So lace up those sneakers, grab a friend and head to the park!
Feeling creative? Samford Academy of the Arts is calling your name. From drawing and pottery to photography and music, they’re offering a variety of classes to choose from this fall. Discover what’s available, plus how to register.
Calling all budding thespians! Birmingham’s foremost theatre company, Red Mountain Theatre, will hold auditions later this month for “The Addams Family Young@Part.” This show is a Young@Part production for teens ages 13-18, which is an adaption of the Broadway musical for youth actors. So, who’s ready to join the Addams family?