We’ve been fortunate to enjoy a true spring this year in Birmingham, but summer is fast approaching! The arrival of warmer temps also means the start of a new farmer’s market season, and hopefully for many locals, a great backyard home growing season as well. Check out our Organic & Sustainable Gardening page on Pinterest for lots of great tips and ideas for your own garden!
We’re also excited about Red Mountain Park’s newest outdoor adventure, the Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest! This treetop challenge course offers 20 unique rope course obstacles, where guests can enjoy traversing bridges, climbing walls, swinging on ropes, and zipping their way from tree house to tree house. The Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest is the first attraction of its kind in the state of Alabama.
Alabama Farmers Market is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with the majority of vendors open from 6am-5pm. Located at 344 Finley Avenue, the Alabama Farmers Market has been in its current location since 1956-making it the longest running farmers market in the Birmingham area. See their vendor list for further details [...]read full article »
In a continual effort to revitalize the many broad components that make up our city, REV Birmingham is keeping an impressive momentum. This week, just in time to celebrate National Historic Preservation month, the well received private-public partnership launches its newest initiative, LIV Birmingham, a city living program. With a mission to become the most [...]read full article »
A local gas station recently decided to ease the financial pain at the pump with a little humor: “We provide on-site home refinancing to help out with your gas purchase!” read the sign out front. Although good for a chuckle, it still speaks volumes about the continual rising costs of conventional fuel. In hopes of [...]read full article »
Red Mountain Park is now taking reservations for its newest outdoor adventure, the Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest, set to open May 1st! This treetop challenge course offers 20 unique rope course obstacles, where guests will enjoy traversing bridges, climbing walls, swinging on ropes, and zipping their way from tree house to tree house. The Hugh Kaul [...]read full article »