Climb in. Buckle your seatbelt. And count down to the longest ride of your life. On July 13, theAlabama Organ Center is teaming up withAlabama Splash Adventure to host an eight-hour coaster marathon to raise funds and awareness for the Alabama Organ Center. Do you have the stamina to endure the ride?
July marks the 21st anniversary ofDriver’s Way. Yep, this used-car dealership has been serving the greater Birmingham area for 21 years! How will Driver’s Way be celebrating the occasion? By showering their loyal customers with great discounts and one really amazing prize!
Happy 242th Birthday America!! Bham Now has compiled our top 10 list of 4th of July celebrations in and around the Magic City. This year, with the 4th landing on a Wednesday, some communities are celebrating our nation’s founding a week in advance.
The countdown is on!Sloss Music and Arts Festival hits Birmingham on July 14-15 at Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark. Are you ready for two jam-packed days full of live music performances, local vendors and makers, demonstrations and a whole lot of fun?Grab your tickets now!
Birmingham’s food scene is not the only one bursting with creativity, the music scene is growing with the addition of The Bham Loft Show! It is a monthly show featuring musicians, artists, writers, centered around creativity. Created for the community, by the community, you will want not want to miss the next show.
Birmingham is a city with a lot of passion, momentum and resources behind tech, startups and workforce development. But how do you get plugged in? Come to Birmingham Innovation Week, July 9 to 13, 2018. Register for events and sign up for updates today. Read on to learn about three major events, imerge 2018, Sloss Tech and Birmingham’s Smart Cities Initiative, PLUS this year’s lead organizer, Innovate Birmingham.
Remember those childhood days spent on the floor amidst a pile of colorful Legos? We do, too! Now you can relive those days and celebrate all things Lego during Lego Day at McWane Science Center on June 16. (And it’s just in time for Father’s Day weekend!)
Something about folk art always grabs me. It may be rustic, the product of a self-taught artist. It may be utilitarian and intricate, like an heirloom quilt. But it always captures something intangible and raw about the everyday human experience. No surprise, I can’t wait for The Original Makers Festival on June 16, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Birmingham Museum of Art.