Birmingham Walk for Autism

The Autism Society of Alabama is proud of its annual Walk for Autism event as locations are set for 13 cities around the state in April, which is Autism Awareness Month. Each Walk location is unique to its city but feature many of the same components including a resource fair, games and activities for the kids.
The Birmingham Walk for Autism is a time for awareness and acceptance of those on the autism spectrum, which currently affects over 70,000 families in our state. Since the Walk for Autism began over a decade ago, the Autism Society of Alabama has raised funds have been returned to the community in the form of education, advocacy and support. Individuals on the spectrum, their families and communities throughout Alabama have benefited from the generosity of our many donors and supporters. We celebrate them as we look forward to taking our event to even greater heights!

White Glove Santa

Brookwood Village’s White Glove Santa event provides an opportunity for children with Autism and other disabilities to visit with Santa in a quiet, more intimate setting. Children can also enjoy arts and crafts during this free event. Photo packages will be available for purchase, and free tickets can be reserved on Eventbrite.

Studio by the Tracks’ Studio Store grand opening is July 27, 10-3 in Irondale. We can’t wait!

Here are three women behind Studio the the Tracks' new Studio Store in Irondale.
Katie Thompson, Suzanne Boozer and Danielle Dyar. Photo by Sharron Swain for Bham Now

Studio by the Tracks in Irondale is opening up their own Studio Store, and we couldn’t be more excited!

Everyone’s invited to their grand opening. Read on for all the details.

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