Walk On’s might be opening a third location in Trussville—here’s what we know

No such thing as too much of a good thing. Photo via Pat Byington for Bham Now

When this nationally recognized sports bar said they were coming to Birmingham a few years ago, they weren’t winging it. With two restaurants already sizzling in the city of Hoover, Walk On’s Sports Bistreaux could be in the process of adding a third location in the city of Trussville. Let’s check out the deets.

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Trivia Night At Ferus

How much do you REALLY know? Test your trivia knowledge at Ferus Artisan Ales! The fun starts at 7 so be sure to arrive on time!
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Trivia Rules:
No yelling out answers, right or wrong. It disrupts the game and can bother other players.

No cell phones, blackberries or any type of outside sources are allowed. Teams that are reported using any outside devices will be disqualified and become ineligible for any prizes. Remember, it is very very LAME to cheat at free pub trivia. 🙂

Take a special Sunday hike with the Freshwater Land Trust

For twenty years, the Freshwater Land Trust has become one of the most respected and successful land trust organizations in the South. Throughout the years, they have saved and protected special places in the Magic City; including restored industrial sites transformed into green spaces to endangered darters found no where on earth but in our local springs and streams.   This year, the land trust is providing the public with an unique opportunity to see firsthand these special places they have saved through their 2017 Sunday Hike Series.

High Ore Line Trail – Photo from the Freshwater Land Trust

Start 2017 off right this week

For 2017, start your tour of Freshwater Land Trust hosted hikes this Sunday, January 29th, 2:00 at the High Ore Line Trail.

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