Holiday pictures are not the same without your furry friends. Why not include them during your annual pic with Santa? Throughout December, you’ll have a chance to do just that at the Claus and Paws events throughout Bham.
Never miss out on an event, again, thanks to the New Bham Now Calendar! This extensive list will let you know a variety of things to do in our city. From hobbies to business, you’ll be sure to find something to get involved with.
Haisley Beard Smith I heard him speak about 6 years ago and he is phenomenal. A local treasure, for sure.
Liz Rozzelle He spoke at the Birmingham Audubon banquet a few years ago. Last week we had dinner at Food Bar and we said hello to him. Local celebrity!
Will Marble This should be good.
Quote of the week – “I love to think of Nature as wireless telegraph stations through which God speaks to us every day, every hour, and every moment of our lives.” ~ George Washington Carver
The week of the Supermoon. Drought continues. Move I-20/59 takes a hit. And the big question – will Alabama ever develop a sustainable water plan?
Looking for something to do this weekend? Become a Preserve Ranger!
Kickback. Relax. Sippin’ at Sims.
Join Birmingham Southern College’s Southern Environmental Center in Homewood on Thursday, November 17th, 5:30-7:30 to help celebrate the arrival of fall with a cocktail at the Sims Garden (908 Highland Rd, Homewood, Alabama 35209).
The Fall In Love With The Outside Road Tour is coming to Birmingham!
The event benefits the Alabama Rivers Alliance.
Bham Now Director Pat Byington sat down with the next speaker in the BOLD Speaker Series; Polar Researcher Dr. Jim McClintock .
McClintock touches on several topics including climate change in Antarctica and Alabama; how he would “educate” President-elect Trump about the devastating impacts of climate change he has seen up close in Antarctica and a personal story about why he chose Hand in Paw as his BOLD Speaker Series charity. Join us on Tuesday, Dec. 6th 5:30 at Avondale Brewery. Limited seats. Get tickets here
Do you Recycle? Love Soccer and Good People beer? Are you very patriotic and a big supporter of the US Men’s National Soccer Team?
Well, if you answered “yes” on all these questions, the Alabama Environmental Council and Good People Brewing are holding a special event for you.
Checkout the following slideshow of Birmingham’s National Veterans Day Parade 2016 edition.
Ever wanted to have a beer with a world famous explorer? Join Bham Now, sponsored by EBSCO, at Avondale Brewery on Dec. 6th for a conversation with Jim McClintock, Explorer Club Fellow, before he takes off for his 15th trip to the Antarctic. We’ll meet upstairs at Avondale Brewing Company Doors open at 5:00 pm for networking. Program from 6 – 7pm. Get ticket here.
Save the date. This Friday, November 11th, at 1:45pm, Bham Now will be holding a Facebook Live interview with December BOLD Series speaker Jim McClintock.
One of the annual events that makes Birmingham special is the city’s unique role in holding the Annual National Veterans Day Parade.
So, you support Trump “bigly” and can’t wait to “Make America Great Again.”
Or, are you a “I’m with her” – “Stronger Together” Hillary supporter?
Where are you going to watch the election results in Birmingham tonight? Continue reading ““I’m with her” or we are going to win “bigly” – where to watch election results in Birmingham”
The Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival in Birmingham was recognized last week by USA Today as one of the top ten Day of the Dead celebrations in the country.
- Story about the Moss Ross Festival poster art & WBRC FOX 6’s special video about the special event
Once again, this week’s news was dominated by the drought and another pipeline disaster in Shelby County.
In the good news category, there was some progress made on the proposals to create two National Parks in Anniston and Birmingham and on the coast the Alabama Coastal Foundation the launched the state’s first oyster shell recycling program.