This year’s Do Dah Day 2018 was a huge success. A Birmingham original, thousands of people once again descended on the Highland Park neighborhood to have a good time and raise funds to benefit homeless animals in the Birmingham and Jefferson County areas.
Birmingham’s legendary celebration of the animals kicks off this weekend! Here’s everything you need to know to navigate Do Dah Day like a pro.
Nearly 40 years ago some animal-loving friends got together on Birmingham’s Southside and had a party.
From that fateful day, Do Dah Day was born. Now, four decades later, that neighborhood gathering has turned into one of the largest animal loving festivals in Birmingham and the entire state.
Spring is in the air and outside is calling the names of Birmingham locals.Where can you enjoy it? At these great spring festivals popping up all over the city!
Another Do Dah Day is in the books. A celebration of our community’s beloved animals, Bham Now photographer Larry O. Gay was on hand Saturday capturing the sights of one of Birmingham’s longest running festivals.
It’s Saturday morning in May. That means you have a choice of two long-running festivals in the Birmingham region. Which one do you choose?