Join us on Sunday March 15 at the LJCC for a super fun, color-filled event to support inclusion and awareness of our special needs community in Birmingham! It’s a one-mile color run for people of all ages and abilities, followed by a color throw, festival with inflatables, color fun, and BBQ lunch!
Moos For Meals: A Barnyard Benefit For Hungry Children. Tickets on sale now for $15! Venmo @MoosForMeals to buy tickets or donate! Come out for a day of fun including hayrides, pumpkin painting, petting zoo, corn crib, barbeque, face painting and MORE! The event is at Tuscaloosa Barnyard on Oct. 27th from 2-6 PM. This event is to support Secret Meals For Hungry Children, a Tuscaloosa nonprofit that provides food to children over the weekend who do not have access to enough food or nutritional options during the school year. 1 in 4 children in West Alabama suffers from food insecurity and it only takes $140 to feed a child every weekend for a whole school year. You can help make that happen!
Stop stressing about finding the perfect group activity for adults and sign up for a Birmingham scavenger hunt today! On Pillars of Birmingham, you and your friends will venture off on a Birmingham walking tour to different landmarks, to learn about the history, culture, and art Birmingham has to offer. Along the way, you’ll participate in various challenges to find out who will be crowned the scavenger hunt king! These scavenger hunts aren’t just for friend groups, they are the perfect bachelor and bachelorette idea in Birmingham too! With customized roles, you can be anything from a Toastmaker to a Bridezilla, but whatever you choose you are sure to have a good time. Feeling thirsty? No problem, the hunts will take you by all the local hotspots where you can pop in and raise a glass to the soon-to-be newlywed! We’ve got you covered for Birmingham team building activities too. Get out of the office and into some lively entertainment as teams compete against each other on your Let’s Roam Birmingham scavenger hunt. Learn about your coworkers as you learn intriguing facts about Birmingham, it’s a real win-win for the ultimate corporate event! Some highlights to look forward to include: Alabama Theatre, Linn Park, Birmingham Museum of Art. There’s other hunts in the area too! Such as: History & Heroes, Music Row & Vanderbilt, and Atlanta Perspectives.
The 3rd Annual Southern Cookin’ Showdown, a family-friendly food event,returns to Shelby County this spring. SafeHouse of Shelby County will host the event, with proceeds benefiting its domestic and sexual violence response and prevention programs. The cooking competition will feature four-member teams of both amateurs and professionals competing in categories including Sweets, Meats, and Fixin’s. A panel of judges will determine winners in each category, and guests at the event may sample all of the entries and vote for the People’s Choice award.
The Southern Cookin’ Showdown will begin at 11am and end at 2pm on Saturday, April 27th at Pelham Park. In addition to taste-testing, attendees will also enjoy live music and kids’ activities will be offered.
It’s the event of the year for family fun at Vulcan Park and Museum! Help Vulcan blow out his candles at his 114th Birthday Bash, along with “V” (Vulcan’s six-foot plush mascot), Birmingham City Mayor Randall Woodfin and City Council President Valerie A. Abbott as well as other city officials. Ice Cream from Piggly Wiggly and Bud’s Best Cookies will be handed out after V blows out his candles!