Today is a very special day—Birmingham’s birthday! On December 19, 1871, the beautiful city of Birmingham was incorporated by the state of Alabama. To celebrate Birmingham Day, we’re sharing 15 things you might not know about the Magic City.Continue reading “15 things you never knew about our city—just in time for Birmingham Day”
Birmingham proudly held the 72nd Annual National Veterans Day Parade on Monday, November 11th, for second consecutive year alongside Railroad Park.
Despite a day that saw between 2-4 inches of rainfall in Birmingham, as promised, National Veterans Day President Mark Ryan kept his word when he said, “The parade does not get cancelled.”
The 2018 edition of the 71st Annual National Veterans Day Parade in Birmingham has not been cancelled, according to city of Birmingham sources. The parade is scheduled today, Monday, November 12 at 1:30 around Railroad Park and the Parkside District.
The 2018 edition of the 71st Annual National Veterans Day Parade in Birmingham will take place at and around Railroad Park, instead of the traditional downtown Birmingham north route. The parade is scheduled this Monday, November 12 at 1:30.
Being somewhat new to Birmingham, I find out interesting things about this city nearly daily. I bet YOU knew that Birmingham is the home of the country’s very first Veterans Day Parade.
Checkout the following slideshow of Birmingham’s National Veterans Day Parade 2016 edition.
One of the annual events that makes Birmingham special is the city’s unique role in holding the Annual National Veterans Day Parade.