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Friends of Red Mountain Park: Monthly Work Day

Mon, 04/21/2014 - 02:00
Friends of Red Mountain Park: Monthly Work Day
05-03-2014 - 05-03-2014
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Red Mountain Park
http://www.redmountainpark.org
Red Mountain Park - 281 Lyon Lane Birmingham AL 35211
Admission: For more information or to sign up email contact@redmountainparkorg or call (205) 2026043
205-202-6043
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Join the Friends of Red Mountain Park for their monthly work day to help clip clear and put the finishing touches on Remy’s Dog Park! Woof Woof!  
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Ruffner Appreciation Rally and Concert

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 02:00
Ruffner Appreciation Rally and Concert
04-26-2014 - 04-26-2014
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Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve
http://www.ruffnermountain.org
Ruffner Mountain Nature Center - 1214 81st Street South Birmingham AL 35206
Admission: Free and open to the public
205-833-8264
info@ruffnermountain.org
http://www.ruffnermountain.org
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 Ruffner would not be Ruffner without the passion and support of our members, donors and volunteers Join us after the plant sale, as the board and staff of RMNP honor the folks to that keep us going We will have food, fun and the music of Bob Marston Bob Marston is a local singer/composer, who wrote "Real Magic, Good People" a song featuring Ruffner Mountain
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Voter Education Forum

Wed, 04/16/2014 - 02:00
Voter Education Forum
05-01-2014 - 05-01-2014
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National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Central Alabama Chapter, Inc
http://www.ncbwcentral-al.org
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute - 520 Sixteenth Street North Birmingham AL 35203
Admission: Free
205-643-0546
info@ncbwcentral-al.org
http://www.ncbwcentral-al.org
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Voter Education Forum sponsored by the National Coalition of 100 Black Women - Central Alabama Chapter, Inc Panel discussion to discuss changes to the Civil Rights Act of 1965 and Alabama Law regarding Voter Identification Panelist to includeDoug Jones, former U S States Attorney; Rose Sanders, Civil Rights Attorney; Anne Marie Adams, Jefferson County Circuit Clerk; Judge Helen Shores Lee and Ernest Montgomery (Shelby County v Eric Holder, et al)
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20th Annual Creek Bank Festival

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 02:00
20th Annual Creek Bank Festival
04-26-2014 - 04-26-2014
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Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce
http://leedsareachamber.com/2014-creek-bank-festival-press-release-forms/#sthash.k7KyQezE.dpbs
Admission: FREE
205-699-5001
leedschamber@windstream.net
http://leedsareachamber.com/2014-creek-bank-festival-press-release-forms/#sthash.k7KyQezE.dpbs
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Celebrating its’ 20th year, the 2014 Creek Bank Festival will provide plenty of fun, food and entertainment for you, your family and friends to enjoy! Please help us get the word out and mark your calendar so you won’t miss this exciting event! The day’s festivities will include a 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run sponsored by the American Cancer Society Zumba and Stretching provided by Curves and the Sweets Bake Off contest sponsored by Reliance Technologies, Inc The Chick-fil-A Cows, State Farm Mascot, Higrove Vet Care Dog, Home Depot Homer, Leeds High School Greenie and Sparky are among some of your favorite Mascots who will compete on the obstacle course of the Mascot Challenge For the dog lovers, Little Mr and Mrs Creek Bark Pageant, sponsored by Higrove Vet Care, will highlights dogs of all shapes and sizes There will be plenty of activities all day long for your dog including Agility, Obedience, Rally demonstrations sponsored by Petiquette Shelby Duke and Roy Mac are among the performing vocal artists The Shops of Grand River will be sponsoring Clowns, a Balloon Artist and Face Painting Creek Bank Festival T-Shirts will be available to purchase at $15 each in a variety of sizes
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Family Matters Opening Night Reception

Mon, 04/14/2014 - 02:00
Family Matters Opening Night Reception
04-23-2014 - 04-23-2014
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Birmingham AIDS Outreach
https://www.facebook.com/events/1397716780501326/?ref=22
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute - 520 Sixteenth Street North Birmingham AL 35203
Admission: Free
205-322-4197 ext 13
Amanda@birminghamaidsoutreach.org
https://www.facebook.com/events/1397716780501326/?ref=22
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A photography exhibition by Carolyn Sherer with personal narratives by LGBTQ youth about their perceptions of family acceptance This exhibition is aimed at initiating a conversation about social change and family acceptance for LGBTQ youth This exhibition is a collaborative effort with Living in Limbo and the Magic City Acceptance Project, presented by BAO as part of an initiative to provide broader, more inclusive services to the LGBTQ community Volunteers from the Department of Education at the Birmingham Museum of Art, Samantha Hightower Kelly and Madeline Adams, have worked with the youth to create an artistic narrative that will be displayed along with the photographs Sponsors: BAO, Living in Limbo, MCAP, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Point Foundation, The Trevor Project Anonymous, Ann Huckstep and Carol Misner, George and Eugenia Taylor, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Equality Alabama, Human Rights Campaign, In honor of Chris Fisher, Lara Embry, PhD, PFLAG Birmingham, John Wolfarth Friends: B&A Warehouse, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Central Alabama Pride, Southern Poverty Law Center, Amanda Keller, Carolyn Sherer, Cathy Dement, Gail Andrews, Kim Graham Smith, Madeline Adams, Samantha Hightower Kelly, Sarah R Young
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Community Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event at Vulcan

Thu, 04/10/2014 - 02:00
Community Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event at Vulcan
05-10-2014 - 05-10-2014
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The Arc of Jefferson County
Vulcan Park and Museum - 1701 Valley View Drive Birmingham AL 35209
Admission:
205-933-1409
http://www.visitvulcan.com/visit-vulcan-map-and-directions.html
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Vulcan Park and Museum is happy to partner with The Arc of Jefferson County and Technical Knockout to offer a Community Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event Items can be dropped off at the lower parking lot of Vulcan Park and Museum from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Each person who drops off items to be recycled will receive a $1 OFF their admission to Vulcan Park and Museum (Must be redeemed May 10, 2014)! So take care of some spring cleaning, dispose of your paper and electronics in a secure, environmentally-friendly way and visit Vulcan! Spend some time exploring the interactive history museum, enjoy spectacular views of the city and learn more about Birmingham’s Iron Icon The following items will be accepted: Paper products for secure shredding and recycling $5/bankers box or bag, $10/XL container Secure hard drive destruction $10/each (if destroyed) Computer/Laptop recycling Electronic recycling (SEE DETAILED LIST BELOW) COMPUTER COMPONENTS: Keyboards/Mice, Cables/Wiring Power supplies, Printers/Copiers/Fax Machines/Scanners Telephones/Cell Phones, Print Cartridges/Media/Tapes/CDs Battery Back-ups Monitors - $700/each HOUSEHOLD ELECTRONICS: Microwaves/Washers/Dryers/Dishwashers Blenders/Coffee Pots/Vacuum Cleaners Stereos/Speakers/VCRs/Radios/Irons Hair Dryers/Curling Irons/Lamps/Fans Cordless Tools/Re-Chargeable Batteries OTHER ITEMS: any metal (shelving, file cabinets)** all electronics (household & medical)** No TVs **A Certificate of Destruction / Recycling will be issued for these items  
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