Spooky SZN looks a bit different this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate. Here are 5 socially distant ways to get in the spooky spirit for Halloween in Birmingham.Continue reading “5 socially distant ways to celebrate Halloween in Birmingham”
For many of us, Halloween isn’t just a holiday, it’s a state of mind. If you’re the kind of person who wears black year-round or really appreciates an item that can’t be replicated in the art aisle of Target, browse an unusual selection of objects at these local Birmingham businesses.Continue reading “Unusual items from local shops for lovers of the spooky, whimsical + fantastic”
The countdown to Halloween 2020 begins now. Instead of the big parties and common source candy, a lot of us will be keeping things a bit more lowkey. Consider this your guide to making the most of Halloween in Birmingham—COVID edition.Continue reading “Making the most of Halloween in Birmingham, including costumes, events and safety tips”
October 31, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – November 1, 2019 @ 12:00 am
Want to save the world? Start with BOOS on Halloween. Crash the party suped up as your favorite superhero [or villain or sidekick or whatever] and dance the night away. Dishing out tunes and cocktails so good it’s spooky and staying up late to party. October 31st, 8pm-midnight.
October 26, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Are you ready for a HOWLING good time? You don’t want to miss Howls & Growls October, 26th at Haven in the Lakeview district of Birmingham, AL! Howls & Growls will be a T H R I L L I N G good time including local food trucks, a spooktacular costume contest where the winner takes home a CASH prize totaling $1,500.00 for all three categories, and best of all….beer and wine are included in your ticket purchase! Don’t ghost on us, get your tickets NOW! The Greater Birmingham Humane Society Young Professionals Board is hosting the Fifth Annual Howls & Growls Halloween celebration benefiting the Greater Birmingham Humane Society. Howls & Growls is a Halloween-themed event that raises money and awareness for the thousands of animals the Greater Birmingham Humane Society serves each year. The event features live music from 17th floor, games and activities, live streaming of the Alabama and Auburn football games, and local food and craft beer from Avondale Brewing and Good People Brewing. Proceeds from the event benefit the continued efforts of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society.
We take ~spooky season~ seriously over here at Bham Now. But is it really Halloween if you’re not trying ~spooky foods~?! The answer is no, okay.
We’ve also got a thing for Waitr (if you couldn’t tell by now), and with their help, we convinced our team to try foods they’ve never tried—and honestly were a little scared of—from local Birmingham restaurants. Bone appétit. ☠️Continue reading “Taste testing 5 of Waitr’s weirdest eats delivered from local restaurants in Birmingham. Use code “BHAMNOW” for free delivery!”
Halloween is almost here! It’s time to get out the costumes and candy, Birmingham. Wondering what to do if you have a little one that’s not quite ready to trick or treat just yet? Check out the options below.Continue reading “What to do with your baby or toddler for Halloween in Birmingham”
It’s officially SPOOKY season Birmingham! Halloween is right around the corner and if you’re like me, you wait until the last minute to find a costume.
The Magic City is a great place to get some inspiration. Here are 6 Birmingham inspired costumes that will have people asking for a photo-op all night long!Continue reading “6 Birmingham Inspired Halloween Costumes, including James Spann”
Shopping local for this year’s Halloween costume is a great way to support Birmingham businesses and do the planet a favor at the same time.
It reduces the environmental waste caused by fast fashion and leaves you with re-wearable pieces. Check out these authentic ideas put together from local vintage stores.Continue reading “3 vintage inspired costume ideas from Birmingham shops.”
Despite the fact that we still have boiling temperatures here in Birmingham, it’s getting to be that time of year again where we all want to carve pumpkins, light a cozy-scented candle and watch a few spooky movies.
But what if you could not only watch the spooks from afar but take part in them too, and have them be Birmingham’s own home-brew of ghastly tales?Continue reading “3 Birmingham ghost walks bring a haunted past to life”
Opening night of the Phobia Factory in Columbiana will be Friday, September 27th. Phobia Factory’s 46,000 square feet of fear offers something refreshing this Halloween season. Instead of relying on typical blood-and-guts or demonic visuals, it focuses instead on our most inherent fears. This multifaceted scare experience is based on more than a dozen different phobias. Visitors will follow an enclosed path from one phobia-themed room to the next. Find more details at phobiafactory.com and get ready to face your fears.
Halloween is just two weeks away! Do you have your costume yet? No? The horror! Here are some costume ideas that are perfect for Halloween in Birmingham.
Every child is excited about Halloween. At Children’s of Alabama some extra effort is made so that hospitalized children can participate in festivities.
Parents, we know you know the drill when it comes to keeping your kids safe.
But, sometimes a friendly reminder helps keep awareness on the forefront. Especially on Halloween—a day and night that’s all about fun.
Seeking a night of fright? Check out Birmingham’s most spine-chilling haunted houses! Continue reading “The best guide to Birmingham’s most spine-chilling haunted houses”