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Magic City Cycliad

Fri, 02/20/2015 - 03:00
Magic City Cycliad
05-03-2015 - 05-03-2015
Deep South Cancer Foundation
Railroad Park - 1600 1st Ave S Birmingham AL 35233
Admission: free
205-567-9834
http://www.cycliad.com/uab-community-ride
Start Time(s): The first ride begins at 8:00am, followed by rides at 10:30 am and 11:30 am After the rides the BIG community celebration will begin
Join the Cycliad Elite Riders on May 3, 2015 as they complete the final leg of the Tail of the Dragon Brevet All are welcome, whether you haven't ridden a bike in years or ride every day, to come out and ride in support of cancer programs at UAB Rides begin and end at Railroad Park, and are followed by a BIG commmunity celebration, which includes drinks, food, and fun activities for kids, to mark the completion of the 5 state, 1300 mile Cycliad tour! Three ride options are avaliable:  Metric Century (8AM) 10 Mile (10:30AM) 1 Mile Kids Ride (11:30AM)
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10% Tuesday at Rojo: Glen Iris Elementary School's Food Lab at the Garden

Thu, 02/19/2015 - 03:00
10% Tuesday at Rojo: Glen Iris Elementary School's Food Lab at the Garden
03-10-2015 - 03-10-2015
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ROJO
ROJO - 2921 Highland Ave South Birmingham AL 35205
Admission: free
205-328-4733
Start Time(s):
10% of sales will benefit Glen Iris Elementary School's Food Lab at the Garden 5PM-close ROJO, a casual neighborhood restaurant featuring Latin and American cuisine will donate 10% of their proceeds from 5:00pm to closing time on March 10th to help Glen Iris Elementary build their very own teaching kitchen Glen Iris student artwork will also be sold to help with the cause
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Brown Bag Lunch Series - March 2015

Wed, 02/18/2015 - 03:00
Brown Bag Lunch Series - March 2015
03-04-2015 - 03-25-2015
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Emmet O'Neal Library
http://www.eolib.org/adults-calendar.php
Emmet O'Neal Library (Mountain Brook) - 50 Oak Street Mountain Brook AL 35213
Admission: Free
205-445-1121
kmoellering@bham.lib.al.us
http://www.eolib.org/adults-calendar.php
Start Time(s): The doors open at noon and programs begin promptly at 12:30pm Bring a sack lunch; drinks and dessert provided For more information, contact Katie at 205-445-1118 or kmoellering@bhamlibalus
The doors open at noon and the program begins promptly at 12:30 pm Please bring a sack lunch; drinks and dessert provided For more information, contact Katie at 205-445-1118 or kmoellering@bhamlibalus March 4 - Makerspace comes to Brown Bag Marylyn Eubank, the Library's IT manager, will be our speaker today!  Drop by and learn about the Library's Makerspace  From 3D printing to movie making, we have the resources to do it all! March 11 - Local Author Thomas Spencer and Hiking in Birmingham (Amazoncom) In Five-Star Trails: Birmingham, local author Thomas Spencer leads readers to some of the best hikes around the city Within a short drive from Birmingham, you can find yourself on an Appalachian mountain peak or on the banks of the Cahaba River as it broadens to snake through the Coastal Plain You can visit old growth forest in the Sipsey Wilderness or hike down into the “Grand Canyon of the East” at Little River Canyon And that's only the start Across this landscape, you’ll find a level of diversity of plant and animal species, some rare and endangered, that rivals anywhere in the North America March 18 - TBA March 25 - TBA
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Haiku Contest

Tue, 02/17/2015 - 03:00
Haiku Contest
02-22-2015 - 03-14-2015
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Birmingham Public Library
http://www.bplonline.org/programs/haiku/
Birmingham Public Library - Central Branch - 2100 Park Place Birmingham AL 35203
Admission: Free but registration is required at http://wwwbplonlineorg/programs/haiku/
205-226-3677
agraham@bham.lib.al.us
Start Time(s): The six weekly winners will be the top winners of the entire contest, and judges would then decide who are 1st, 2nd, and 3rd The winners' rankings will be announced at the Sakura Festival main event at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Saturday, March 21, and they will receive cash prizes: $50, $30, and $20 The two first place winners in each division will also receive a one-year membership to the Haiku Society of America
The Birmingham Public Library is partnering with the Japan America Society of Alabama (JASA) and the Southeast Chapter of the Haiku Society of America (HSA) to sponsor a Twitter haiku contest as part of the annual Sakura Festival, the primary event of which will take place at the Japanese Gardens at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens on Saturday, March 21, 2015 It is open to all Alabama residents aged 13 and up There will be a fresh contest each week, with the each week's winners eligible for cash prizes For more information, and to register, visit:http://wwwbplonlineorg/programs/haiku/ 
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Taste of Homewood

Tue, 02/17/2015 - 03:00
Taste of Homewood
02-19-2015 - 02-19-2015
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Homewood Chamber of Commerce
http://www.homewoodchamber.org/calendar/eventdetail/2/-/-.html
Rosewood Hall at SoHo Square - 2850 19th Street South Homewood AL 35209
Admission: Tickets can be bought in advance on line at $30 each, $35 at the door
205-871-5631
http://www.homewoodchamber.org/calendar/eventdetail/2/-/taste-of-homewood-2015.html?filter_reset=1
Start Time(s): 5:30pm - 8:30pm
The 14th Annual Homewood Chamber of Commerce Taste of Homewood will be on Thursday, February 19th, 2015 at Rosewood Hall in SoHo Square, 2850 19th Street South, Homewood Over 30 food and beverage vendors will be participating and tickets are limited The event is a sellout every year and is the best cullinary experience Homewood has to offer No refunds, Ticket sales final Participating Vendors include: Alabama Beverage, Birmingham Budweiser, Brio Tuscan Grille, Buffalo Rock, Chicken Salad Chick, Chili’s, DoDiYos, The Happy Catering Company, Homewood Gourmet, Jacksons Bar and Bistro, Jim n Nicks, Jojo’s Gastropub, Little Donkey, Michael’s Restaurant, Nabeel’s Café & Market, O’Henry’s Coffees, Pastry Art Bake Shoppe, Piggly Wiggly, PT’s of SOHO, Restaurant Depot, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Savage's Bakery, The Club, and Urban Cookhouse
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Strokes: Paintings of Pat Conrad

Tue, 02/17/2015 - 03:00
Strokes: Paintings of Pat Conrad
03-07-2015 - 05-03-2015
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Red Dot Gallery
http://reddotgallery.com
Red Dot Gallery - 1001 Stuart St Birmingham AL 35209
Admission: Free
205-870-7608
dori@reddotgallery.com
http://reddotgallery.com
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Red Dot Gallery presents “Strokes,” an exhibit of oil paintings by longtime Red Dot student and friend, Pat Conrad The exhibit opens March 7 and runs through May 3, 2015 An opening reception will be held Saturday, March 7 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm Pat has been inspiring other students at Red Dot with her expressive paintings for seven years Her wide range of subject matter is tied together by her interests: people, places, and imagery she loves This is her first solo exhibit
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Alabama Storyteller: Leonard Lee Smith

Mon, 02/16/2015 - 03:00
Alabama Storyteller: Leonard Lee Smith
03-02-2015 - 03-02-2015
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Hoover Public Library
http://www.hooverlibrary.org/friends
Hoover Public Library - 200 Municipal Drive Hoover AL 35216
Admission: FREE
205-444-7840
Start Time(s):
The stories of native Alabamian Leonard Lee Smith explore the humor and pathos of Southern family life from the Great Depression to the present Presented by the Friends of the Hoover Public Library Refreshments start at 9:45 am and the program begins at 10 am Free and open to everyone
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Birmingham Homeschool Fair and Curriculum Share

Mon, 02/16/2015 - 03:00
Birmingham Homeschool Fair and Curriculum Share
03-21-2015 - 03-21-2015
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Birmingham Homeschoolers Community
http://birminghamhomeschoolfair.com
Pelham Civic Complex & Ice Arena - 500 Amphitheater Road Pelham AL 35124
Admission: FREE
205-201-0327
http://birminghamhomeschoolfair.com
Start Time(s):
Join area homeschoolers in sharing resources and information New to homeschooling? New to Birmingham? This is a great place to come and talk to real people about real resources/services to enhance and support your homeschool experience Admission is FREE and open to the general public We are also encouraging veteran homeschool parents to come and share their curriculum and talk to interested families about how they use these tools Veteran homeschool parents can register for a table at http://birminghamhomeschoolfaircom If your organization offers classes or services that would benefit homeschoolers, please reserve your table now at http://birminghamhomeschoolfaircom Exhibitor registration closes on March 10th
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Birmingham Branch of AAUW - Women's History Month

Sat, 02/14/2015 - 03:00
Birmingham Branch of AAUW - Women's History Month
03-14-2015 - 03-14-2015
Birmingham Branch of AAUW
http://birmingham-al.aauw.net/
Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens - 331 Cotton Avenue Birmingham AL 35211
Admission: Ticket includes lunch: $1800
205-595-7740
AAUWBhamBranch@gmail.com
http://birmingham-al.aauw.net/
Start Time(s): 10:30 am
3-Woman Panel will discuss the state of women at Birmingham Branch of American Association of University Women (AAUW) for Women’s History Month The panel includes a professional (pediatrician, Dr Patricia Harris), a politician (City Councilwoman, Valerie Abbott) and a charity (NMSS President, Jan Bell) You can find out more and make reservations under “Calendar” at http://birmingham-alaauwnet/ Please come here this dynamic group of speakers at 10:30 am at the Arlington Antebellum in Birmingham The lunch, for $1800, will be prepared by Chef Jason Mullinex
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The Salvation Army Annual Dinner

Fri, 02/13/2015 - 03:00
The Salvation Army Annual Dinner
03-11-2015 - 03-11-2015
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The Salvation Army
Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) Exhibition Halls - 2100 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd North Birmingham AL 35203
Admission: Event Benefactor - $4,000 Sponsor Table - $2,000 General Table - $800 Individual Ticket - $100
205-453-0946
birminghamsalvationarmy@gmail.com
www.birminghamsalvationarmy.org
Start Time(s): Convenient street level parking will be available in lot P14 (18th St N & 9th Ave N) on a first-come-first-serve basis Parking $8 per vehicle Cash only Attendant on duty
The  Salvation Army Annual Dinner with special guest Dan T Cathy As president of one of the nation's largest family owned businesses, Chick-fil-A's Dan T Cathy represents the next generation of leadership for the Atlanta-based quick-service chicken restaurant chain founded by his father, S Truett Cathy His personal passion is to see the fulfillment of the Chick-fil-A Corporate Purpose: "To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A"
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