Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of September 22.
In Birmingham today, we might still be waiting on that colder weather, but when it comes we’ve prepared the best outdoor brunch locations that you are going to want to remember. Whether it’s between you and a good book, a dear friend or a collection of all your favorite people, these locations are sure to satisfy your autumnal brunch needs.
“It’s Earth Day in the Fall with catfish.” That’s how supporters describe the annual Cahaba River Society Fry-Down, one of the state of Alabama’s largest catfish cook-offs and festivals, held on September 30, Noon to 4:00pm at Railroad Park.
Want to explore Alabama’s natural wonders, raise money for a good cause and do it all in one weekend? Register for the upcoming The Alabama Beta September 28-30.
Have you ever wanted to take up bird-watching, but just didn’t know how to begin?
We’ve got the ultimate “how-to” become a birder guide for you.
Hurricane Florence is a Category 2 storm and will hit the east coast somewhere between the South and North Carolina coastline. Although the exact path cannot be pinpointed more than 5 million people are under a hurricane warning and evacuated the area. Continue reading “How you can help these 4 Alabama organizations including the Red Cross with disaster relief from Hurricane Florence”
Can you paddle the entire 650 mile Alabama Scenic River Trail? That is what Will Denton, 79, and John Denton, 66 started doing earlier this month.
The popular SOUTHERN EXPOSURE Film Fellowship series is back after a one year hiatus. Continue reading “Sneak peek: 4 trailers from the 2018 SOUTHERN EXPOSURE Film series by the Alabama Rivers Alliance. Premiere is at Altamont School on Thursday, September 13”
Visiting a farmer’s market today? Care about locally grown wholesome food? If your answer is a resounding YES, consider attending Graze, the fundraiser that supports our state’s leading advocate for farmers and eco-friendly produced food – the Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network. Continue reading “Support local eco-friendly agriculture at Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network’s 4th Annual “Graze” on September 9″
Red Mountain Park’s new executive director T.C. McLemore is turning 30 years old. To mark his third decade, on Labor Day, in lieu of gifts and birthday cake, he will be hiking 30 miles within the park to celebrate Birmingham’s largest urban park.
Wondering what you can do to help him celebrate?
Welcome to the Bham Now Nature Roundup for the week of September 1.
On Thursday, September 6, one of the best farm-to-table dinner events will be held in Birmingham. The event, Cheers to the Coosa, is the annual benefit for the Coosa Riverkeeper organization. It will be held from 6-10 p.m. at the Clubhouse on Highland Avenue. Purchase your ticket now. Read on for more. Continue reading “5 reasons why you should attend Cheers to the Coosa, September 6, at the Clubhouse on Highland”
Earlier this month, the Smithfield Library was the place to be as neighborhood residents participated in one of Birmingham’s first Tactical Urbanism Pop Ups presented by Zyp Bikeshare. The “pop-up” was used to explore connecting the Smithfield and Titusville neighborhoods with a new bike lane.
This past weekend Red Mountain Park kicked-off their second annual membership drive with Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin, Red Mountain Park Commissioner, Rosalind Young, T.C. McLemore, Executive Director of Red Mountain Park and community leaders and Park supporters.
The Alabama Environmental Council Recycling Center, “RecycAL”, will be closed August 26-31 for trash and scrap removal, warehouse organization and to address the pulverized glass situation. The center will be re-opening on September 1st with new hours of operation.