Come join us Sunday October 6th 2019 for the annual Birmingham Punk Rock Flea Market! There will be OVER 60 vendors participating this year from all over the southeast. Expect unique vintage, music, oddities, art, collectors items, zines and more.
12:20-1:00 Joyboy (Birmingham)
1:10-1:50 Bitter Calm (Birmingham)
2:20-3:00 NAPS (Birmingham)
3:10-3:50 Judy & The Jerks (Mississippi)
To apply to be a vendor for this upcoming event please email BHMFLEA@gmail.com (To be considered please photograph/list the items you will be selling)
Please join us for an evening of live music and dance at the beautiful Clubhouse on Highland! We’re thrilled to have Dan Sartain‘s all-star country band and Henry Dunkle here to get us movin’ and groovin’ on the best dance floors in town!
Pay what you can to support these fine artists (suggested sliding scale donation of $10-20). All are welcomed to join us regardless of monetary contribution. Cash bar by donation.
Danielle Elizabeth and Ben Jammin’ Dill will also teach a FREE partner dancing lesson to get you moving with grace on the dance floor! We’ll go over the fundamentals of frame and connection, and teach ya some footwork basics like the two-step! No partner needed to join in.
So shine up those dance shoes folks, and get out and support some live, local music at this fun community event! And bring your mamas and your babies too cause you know they love to bust a move!
Clubhouse on Highland is a safe and affirming space where individuals from all racial and ethnic backgrounds, genders and sexual identities, and belief systems are welcomed.
Join the Birmingham Salvation Army’s junior board, Echelon, to celebrate Christmas in July at the Birmingham Barons stadium on July 25th. Expect to hear your favorite Christmas tunes and catch Santa vacationing in the Magic City. Proceeds raised from this event will support The Salvation Army Education & Workforce Development Center. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Several ticket options are available.
If you haven’t heard of muralist Marcus Fetch then you have definitely seen his larger-than-life works of art, which are on walls across downtown, Woodlawn and Avondale. His murals are not only beautiful works of art, but they are ingrained in our city’s landscape. This weekend the community was invited to come downtown and join Fetch for his next project, the Birmingham Color Wall.
On June 13, 2017, the Birmingham City Council voted to approve the Greater Birmingham Humane Society’s plan for a 27-acre park. The property is located in Titusville, west of I-65 and adjacent to Memorial Park and the Golden Flake plant. Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the GBHS, plans to utilize this property as a source of economic growth in the city of Birmingham.
On the cold and rainy morning of Saturday, March 11, several community organizations came together for a community cleanup and lawn care event for elderly residents of the Birmingham community of Titusville.