Check out our full list of happenings close to you this month.

1. Four Week Beginners Yoga Series

Mondays in June | 4:45 -6 p.m.

Earthkeeper Yoga

Earthkeeper Yoga is hosting an ameteur yoga series in which participants will learn the foundation’s practice including yogic movement, breathing techniques and postures. Admission is $80 per person, but attendees can save $20 when registering with a friend. No experience is necessary, and everyone is invited to attend. For more information or to register, visit Earthkeeper Yoga.


2. Guitar Beginner Camp

June 13-17 | 9 a.m.-noon

Mason Music – Mountain Brook Studio

 For students ages 10-to-15 years old, guitar beginner camp is the perfect summer activity. Professional guitar teachers will teach basics such as strumming, reading music, tuning and good musical habits. For more information or to register for this camp, visit Mason Music.


3. EdCamp Mountain Brook 2022

June 15 | 8 a.m.-3p.m.

Mountain Brook High School

EdCamp, which is a participant-driven gathering, is being hosted here in town to encourage professional development in k-12 educators. Educators from across the state will meet and network with one another. This event is strictly for educators. For more information, visit EdCamp.


4. Euphonious 2

June 17-19

Birmingham Zoo

 The Euphonious 2 music festival is back again this year featuring Collective Soul, Better than Ezra and Colbie Calliat! Nine acts will perform this weekend. General admission tickets are $99.99-single day; $169.99-weekend pass; $699.99-VIP daily pass; $1,99.99-VIP weekend pass. Here’s the lineup:


Friday, June 17:


Pat McGee Band

Better than Ezra


Saturday, June 18:

Janet Simpson

Maddie & Tae

Colbie Calliat


Sunday, June 19:

Venture Boi

Harry Mack

Collective Soul

For more information or to purchase tickets for this event, visit Euphonious 2.


5. Children’s Summer Camps | Alabama Woodland Adventures

June 20-24 | 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Botanical Gardens

Led by instructor Meredith Avera, the Botanical Gardens’ children’s summer camps are an exciting way for kids entering third grade through sixth grade to get outdoors, discover nature, learn about animals and more. Botanical Gardens members’ costs are $160, but nonmembers’ costs are $200. Campers will receive plants to take home and grow and t-shirts, too. To learn more or register your child, visit children’s summer camps.