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Ties on the Turf

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 02:00
Ties on the Turf
11-01-2014 - 11-01-2014
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Wish 2 Enrich
http://wish2enrich.org/ties-on-the-turf/
Admission: $40 per person or $75 per couple
205-381-7050
http://wish2enrich.org/shop/
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This will be a “fancy tailgate” featuring live music, great food, a silent auction and tailgate games All proceeds from the event will go to Wish 2 Enrich scholarship fund and to assist like-minded organizations with the goal of giving kids the chance to be active
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Birmingham Home & Garden's 2014 Inspiration Home

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 02:00
Birmingham Home & Garden's 2014 Inspiration Home
11-13-2014 - 12-14-2014
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Birmingham Home & Garden
http://www.birminghamhomeandgarden.com/Birmingham-Home-Garden/InspirationHome/
Admission: Tickets are $10 and can be bought at the door, from our sponsors, or online Admission is free on Thursdays if the visitor brings a new book suitable for elementary-age children
205-802-6363
http://www.birminghamhomeandgarden.com/Birmingham-Home-Garden/InspirationHome/
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Byrom Building Corp, Triton Stone Group, Alabama’s NBC 13, and Easy 973 present Birmingham Home & Garden’s 2014 Inspiration Home to spark your next creative vision! In keeping with the traditional feel of the picturesque Preserve community, the home is rich with Southern style and highlighted by modern amenities The expansive living room, built-in banquette, and pool overlooking a scenic valley create an impeccable blend of comfort and elegance which is carried throughout the house, making it ideal for entertaining: whether it be an exquisite dinner party or a movie night with the family This year’s home features styles and designs from some of Birmingham’s top retailers and manufacturers, with each room showcasing the best of what’s in store Visitors will find beautiful rooms decorated for the holidays by Defining Home, Stock and Trade, At Home and Three Sheets, West Elm, Swaddle, Alabama Furniture Market, Scandinavian Designs, Summer Classics, and Issis and Sons Shop the interiors for dressing your own home! Not only will a visit invigorate your own life, but proceeds go to the women who motivate our own community: the Junior League of Birmingham Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate and discover the inspiration our community has to offer! The 2014 Inspiration Home will be open for holiday tours on Thursdays – Sundays from November 13 – December 14 Tickets are $10 each and can be purchased from our sponsors, at the door, or online at birminghamhomeandgardencom Want to help out and tour the house for free? Bring a new book, suited for elementary-age children to get in free on Thursdays! The books will benefit Birmingham Reads, in partnership with Better Basics and the Junior League While you’re there, don’t forget to get a book of your own! Birmingham Home & Garden has produced Birmingham Style, a hardcover coffee table book highlighting the best designs in Birmingham, Alabama Make it a Day! The Preserve, a planned community featuring a variety of sizes and Southern style homes, offers plenty of sidewalks for strolling the neighborhoods Hungry? Try one of the several restaurants located along the main strip on Preserve Parkway A green space is marked by the Town Hall and neighborhood pool Visit the Moss Rock Preserve, a wooded property studded with grand boulders—a favorite realm for climbers hikers, and picnickers alike!
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Legacy League November Meeting featuring Darla Hall

Sat, 10/25/2014 - 02:00
Legacy League November Meeting featuring Darla Hall
11-13-2014 - 11-13-2014
Samford Legacy League
http://www.samford.edu/legacyleague
Admission: FREE
205-726-4065
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Join the Samford University Legacy League for their November meeting featuring Darla Hall, author of children's activity books, apps, and a storybook titled Angels Yell Roll Tide!, which she wrote for three little boys battling brain cancer Her mission is to use these tools to make kids struggling with illness SMILE All Legacy League meetings take place at the home of the Samford University President and are open to the public 
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Power Up Girls on the Run Fundraising Dinner

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 02:00
Power Up Girls on the Run Fundraising Dinner
11-22-2014 - 11-22-2014
Girls on the Run Birmingham Metro
http://girlsontherunbham.org/event/power-up-girls-on-the-run-fundraising-dinner/
Admission: $40 per ticket
205-999-4426
catherine.gregory@girlsontherun.org
http://girlsontherunbham.org/event/power-up-girls-on-the-run-fundraising-dinner/
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Girls on the Run Birmingham is hosting a pre-race Power Up Fundraising Dinner This fundraiser will have a gourmet pasta bar including a variety of pastas and sauces, Italian sausage, chicken, and vegetables There will be a fabulous silent auction including 50 yard line Iron Bowl Tickets! The fundraiser is the night before the Magic City Half Marathon and 5k, so this is the perfect opportunity to fuel up for the big race The dinner will be hosted in the Regions Field Banquet Hall, overlooking the Birmingham skyline, Railroad Park, and incredible views of the playing field! Help support Girls on the Run Birmingham by purchasing a $40 ticket to our fundraising dinner by Sunday, November 9
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It Began At Bethel: Rev Fred L Shuttlesworth and the Modern Civil Rights Movement

Fri, 10/24/2014 - 02:00
It Began At Bethel: Rev Fred L Shuttlesworth and the Modern Civil Rights Movement
11-22-2014 - 11-22-2014
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Historic Bethel Baptist Church Community Restoration Fund
Admission: Free Public Discussion
205-322-5360
Start Time(s): Doors open at 8:00 am for Breakfast The Public Discussion will start at 9:00 am Lunch will be served at 11:30 am The concert by the Carlton Resse Memorial Choir will begin at 3:00 pm
“It Began at Bethel: The Pivotal Role of Bethel Baptist Church-Collegeville in The Modern Civil Rights Movement A Public Symposium Sponsored by The Alabama Humanities Foundation, Historic Bethel Baptist Church, and the Birmingham Historical Society Saturday, November 22, 2014, 8:00 am- 4:00 pm Historic Bethel Baptist Church 3233 29th Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama 35207 205-322-5360 Telephone, 205-322-4534 Fax Rev Thomas L Wilder, Jr, Pastor Please join us for a Public Discussion and exhibition of rare photos and documents highlighting the leadership role of Rev Fred L Shuttlesworth and Bethel Baptist Church-Collegeville, in organizing a series of non-violent protests aimed at securing political, social, economic, cultural, and judicial equity for African Americans The “Public Discussion” will allow participants to examine art, literary works, and music reflective of the hopes, determination, and frustrations of people of African American descent, not only in Birmingham, Alabama but across the United States The discussion includes scholarly presentations by noted authors and a panel discussion by “sung and un-sung heroes” of the movement Authors, Dr Glenn Eskew, But for Birmingham; Marjorie White, A Walk to Freedom; and Rev Dr Carolyn McKinstry, While the World Watched, will share their nationally acclaimed work Featured speakers include Bishop Calvin Wood a founding member of the Alabama Christian Movement for Huamn Rights, and Mrs Ruby Shuttlesworth-Bester, one of Rev Shuttlesworth’s children Her first hand account of what it was like to participate in the movement as a “foot soldier,” who was also the daughter of a man who was revered, feared, loved, and hated, will transport participants back to a Birmingham that many will find difficult to recognize The symposium will conclude with a concert by the Carlton Reese Memorial Choir Breakfast and lunch will be served  
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Act Like a Student, Think Like a Scholarship Committee

Wed, 10/22/2014 - 02:00
Act Like a Student, Think Like a Scholarship Committee
11-01-2014 - 11-01-2014
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Young Women's Empowerment Conference
Admission: $50 per student/person, includes workbook  
205-587-8662
info@ywecbham.com
http://thinklikeascholarshipcommittee.eventbrite.com
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A bootcamp to bring you success throughout the scholarship search and application process Presented by YWEC, featuring Jessica Johnson, scholarship consultant and Executive Director of The Scholarship Academy November 1, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm UAB Ryals Public Health Building Rm 107, University Blvd OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS IN 10TH-12TH GRADES REGISTER BY OCTOBER 30, 2014 AT http://thinklikeascholarshipcommitteeeventbritecom Cost: $50 per student/person, includes workbook For questions, email info@youngwomensempowermentconferencecom
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Libertarian Party of Alabama Election Results Party

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 02:00
Libertarian Party of Alabama Election Results Party
11-04-2014 - 11-04-2014
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The Libertarian Party of Alabama
Old Car Heaven - 115 South 35th Street Birmingham AL 35222
Admission: Free
205-936-9387
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Please join the LPA for our election results watch party at Old Car Heaven at 3501 1st Avenue, South 0n Birmingham, Alabama 35222 on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 from 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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New Music for Young Ears

Tue, 10/21/2014 - 02:00
New Music for Young Ears
11-08-2014 - 11-08-2014
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Birmingham Art Music Alliance
http://artmusic.org
Admission: FREE
205-202-9535
bama@artmusic.org
http://artmusic.org
Start Time(s): Children may try out instruments at post-concert "petting zoo"
The Birmingham Art Music Alliance and Suzuki Talent Education Program of Birmingham present a concert of newly-composed music intended for young audiences  Following the concert will be a Petting Zoo where children may try out instruments for themselves  Performers are from the Birmingham Art Music Alliance, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, University of Montevallo, and STEP Birmingham PROGRAM Ron Wray – The Lion and the Mouse Anne Donaldson, violin • Andrew Dunn, cello • Jan Hunter, narrator William Price – The Cat Melanie Williams, soprano • Lynn Faulkner, piano Mark A Lackey – Fairy Tale Hillary Tidman, flute • Alan Goldspiel, guitar • Laura Usiskin, cello • Seth Noble, percussion Cynthia Miller – Taily-Po Sallie Vines White, flute/clarinet • Cynthia Miller, piano • Laura Usiskin, cello Seth Noble, percussion • Jan Hunter, narrator
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Veteran's Memorial Program

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 02:00
Veteran's Memorial Program
11-09-2014 - 11-09-2014
Birmingham Boys Choir
Admission: Free and Open to the Public
205-912-2019
http://www.alabamaveterans.org/
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Veterans Day Patriotic Ceremony and StepStone Dedication Sunday, November 9, 2014 Alabama Veterans Memorial Park 1:00 PM Join us November 9th "Honoring the Service of All Veterans Across the Years Around the Globe" See the Blue Star Salute Faces of the Price of Freedom Walk and talk history with veterans who have served our nation in combat as they line the Memorial Walkway and share stories about their wartime experiences Hear the Birmingham Boys Choir sing patriotic songs Hear an arousing patriotic message from our local Distinguished Guest Speaker, US Army Reserve Major General and Birmingham Police Chief, AC Roper  Visit the Memorial Plaza and the sacred Hall of Honor
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Bessemer Public Library: Annual Fall Festival

Mon, 10/20/2014 - 02:00
Bessemer Public Library: Annual Fall Festival
11-08-2014 - 11-08-2014
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Bessemer Public Library
http://bessemerlibrary.com
Bessemer Library - 400 North 19th Street Bessemer Alabama 35020
Admission: FREE
205-428-7882
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Join us for a day of fun with games, food, and community awareness!
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