There's always something to do in Birmingham! Take a look below at the Magic City's daily updated Things to Do!
The Birmingham Public Library offers tremendous resources for us! Check out the calendar below for great, FREE - that is, ABSOLUTELY FREE - programs being held at BPL @ Night, and BPL Brown Bag Lunches. These events are held every month so scroll ahead and plan for June as well.
Films, Talks, Virtual Trips, Live Music, Storytelling and Poetry. See what you can find at your Birmingham Public Library!
Please See Announcements Below Calendar for special event info!
Linn Park...................Wednesdays at Noon Railroad Park.............Wednesdays at Noon
** First Thursdays at Birmingham Museum of Art, 5:00 - 9:00 - www.artsbma.org
*** Saw's Barbecue now open in Avondale! 41st Street at 2nd Avenue South. ***
Kairos Katering serves Breakfast from 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., Monday through Friday. Located in the old Ollie's Building on University Boulevard, stop by for breakfast at the place you remember.... Also, new Gardendale location! Visit www.KairosKatering.com!
Daily Lunch Specials - Soups of the Day!
Kairos Kafe "building relationships around food".™ 205.251.3101 or www.KairosKatering.com.
PUT SOME "LOCAL COLOR" INTO YOUR LIFE!26 minutes from
** Great Life Entertainment Thursday - Saturday nights, enjoy dinner before the show! **
SPEND A SUNDAY AFTERNOON in Springville... at Local Color Cafe.
Chill with some great music and yummy food. Inexpensive and delicious entrees, Ms. Peggy Jones on the piano. 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Thursday - Saturday evenings, more live music with great acts and bands from Birmingham and beyond. Check out the calendar at www.LocalColorCafe.com!
At MagicCityMoments.com, we feature as many events as we can, but if you still need more fun, here's some more online places to visit for great happenings in Birmingham!
Public Library is one example of library institutions rising to the
challenge of the recession, offering electronic tools for those directly
hit by the flailing economy. From the online database to the access of
types of services offered, BPL remains standing on the frontlines of the
federal financial struggle. Patrons are encouraged to take advantage of
free computer classes, financial workshops and print resources to find
employment or better themselves for other job opportunities.
information on the free classes, workshops or other resources offered
by the BPL, you can access the BPL Web site www.bplonline.org, the Event Keeper or
contact your local branches.
Site for kids to learn about recycling: www.kidsrecyclingzone.com/index.html
Recycle Analog TVs. They contain toxins that leach into ground water if placed in land fills. The Foundry in Bessemer will pick up analog televisions at the curb. Call: 205-424-2400.
FREE INFORMATION CALL: 1-800-935-5697 (1-800-YELLOWPAGES) from any phone.
The Alabama Environmental Council (AEC) recycling center is located at 2431 2nd Avenue North and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Helpful brochures and staff are available to make the center more user-friendly. Thanks for recycling! 800.982.4364
The The Alabama Environmental Council Recycling Center accepts the following recyclable items:
Glass (all types, please remove any lids/tops and make sure they are washed out) Mixed paper (cereal boxes, box packaged foods, phone books, magazines, office paper, junk mail, etc.)
From CAP: Add your emergency contact phone number to your cell phone as ICE, or you can spell it out "In case of emergency". Both the Birmingham Police and Fire Departments support this national campaign.
To add your name to the Cell Phone Do Not Call List, call 888.382.1222 from your cell phone.
To Volunteer for a day, contact United Way - 323.0000
Donations can be made to First Light, a local homeless shelter for women and children. 323.4277.
Kids-A-Million Storytime, all locations Books-A-Million, Free, Call your local store for details.
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