Cooler weather, changing colors, cozy sweaters and pumpkin spice everything. Fall is officially here! October brings lots of great activities to the magic city, but if you’re wanting a true fall experience, what could be better than a trip to the pumpkin patch? Here are some of the best patches around the ‘ham. Continue reading “Top pumpkin patches around Birmingham”
What’s a better way to spend an autumn afternoon than sipping cool brews, enjoying gorgeous views and listening to great music with Birmingham’s original iron man? Vulcan Aftertunes concert series is once again celebrating autumn on the summit of Red Mountain.
As it turns out, alcohol and animals do mix! From bearded concert bunnies to a wine festival at the Birmingham Zoo, I think there’s something for everyone this week in Birmingham. Ever wanted a band to market their own car because their logo was just that cool? Continue reading “Birmingham’s Top Ten – October 4-10”
Birmingham’s mascot will once more moon the audience (and artists) at the park’s annual concert series. Continue reading “Heads up: Vulcan Aftertunes starts Oct.1!”
On September 27-28, Innovation Depot will host the International Association of Business Innovation (InBIA)’s annual Ecosystem Builders Forum. e.Builders Forum will celebrate Birmingham’s successes in building support for entrepreneurs.
Wouldn’t you like to interact with some of the most well known women designers at this year’s ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ event? You will have your opportunity with the Antiques in The Gardens Designing Women panel discussion.
Designing Women – Saturday, Oct. 7
Karen Carroll of Flower magazine will lead a panel discussion and luncheon with Vine Garden Market, Charlotte Lucas, Liz Carroll and Paloma Contreras at 11:30 am.
Let’s get ready to Fry down!!!!
Money Raised through ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ Provides Educational Opportunities for Children
It’s that time again, time for one of the most exciting events held in the Birmingham area every year, ‘Antiques at The Gardens’ at Birmingham Botanical Gardens. This annual event Oct. 5-7 is the largest annual fundraiser for Friends of Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Continue reading “Get Style Tips from New York Designer Amanda Nisbet at Antiques at The Gardens Red Diamond Lecture Series Oct.6”
Rev Birmingham, also instrumental in Zyp’s bikeshare program and the Woodlawn street market, will host its 4th annual Big Pitch this November. But don’t worry, you still have time to enter!
I interviewed Deon Gordon and Brian Bucher to find out more about Birmingham’s venture capital showdown. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Big Pitch”
United Way of Central Alabama’s Young Philanthropists’ Society met for an update on this year’s campaign this Monday, September 18th. Held at the Elyton Hotel’s Moonshine rooftop bar, this gathering of young professionals featured fun and fellowship to promote membership and donations.
The Huff Post, one of the largest digital news organizations in the nation, is visiting Birmingham today and tomorrow for its Listen to America Road Trip. The Magic City is the 5th community slated for a stopover on 25 city cross country tour.
Their first event is tonight at the 16th Street Baptist Church starting at 6:00.
YPBirmingham’s monthly social is coming up TOMORROW. Know the what, when, where, and learn a little about the YP’s monthly outreach organization and their new partnership with UAB Football. Plus, we’ll be there.
This week in Birmingham, expect music of every style (and expect sound when you click on a band name), food, beer, and more! Continue reading “Birmingham Top Ten: September 20th-26th”
Cooler weather and colorful leaves make me ready for carnival rides, fried food, local art and live music. Good thing I compiled this list of area events happening now through October!
Sunday had a lot going on, and one of the best was Trucks by the Tracks, a food truck rally at Railroad Park! It was a little warm, but many stands had a way to beat the heat. Continue reading “Trucks by the Tracks happened yesterday and it was great”