1. Mountain Brook High School Varsity Girls Softball

Support your lady spartans this season!

March 1, 3 at Clay-Chalkville
March 7 at Shades Valley
March 9 vs. Chelsea
March 13 vs. Hueytown
March 16 at Minor
March 21 vs. Woodlawn
March 23 vs. Minor

2. The Exceptional Foundation’s Chili Cook-Off

Saturday, March 4 | 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Brookwood Village

Mark your calendars for the 19th annual chili cook-off! This family-friendly event boasts all the chili one can eat, live music and a kid zone, too! All proceeds benefit the Exceptional Foundation. Last year, the 2022 chili cook-off had 146 teams competing for the gold with more than 8,500 people in attendance. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased here.  

3. Publix GreenWise Market’s Village2Village 10K

Saturday, March 11 | 7:30 a.m.
Throughout Mountain Brook neighborhoods

This annual 7.5K and 10K race will start and finish at The Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook. This beautiful course winds through the village hills around the Country Club of Birmingham and finishes up past the Birmingham Botanical Gardens in Lane Parke. Rain or shine, this race will take place, and those that finish will receive a custom-made, logoed bottle opener. Awards will be given to the top three male and female runners in their respective age groups. Register here

4. Family Night–Live Animal Show

Tuesday, March 14 | 5:30-6:15 p.m.
O’Neal Library

Swing by your favorite library for a family night of fun! The “Tales and Scales” animal show will feature a cool lineup of reptiles, amphibians and more! The show begins at 5:30 p.m., and the library is hosting a light dinner for children immediately following the program. Learn more information here

5. Orangetheory Fitness’s TumTum Tree Foundation 10K/5K/1-Mile Fun Run

Sunday, March 19 | 3 p.m.
Crestline Village

Orangetheory Fitness is hosting this race with proceeds benefiting children who are battling life-threatening illnesses. Over the past 33 years, the TumTum Tree Foundation has donated $16.2 million to charities supporting Alabama children. Whether you run, walk or donate, swing by the afterparty from 3-7 p.m. All ages are welcome! The afterparty will feature live music, games, inflatables, food and more. Strollers and pets are welcome in all races. To learn more or sign up, visit here

6. 19th-Century Life of an Alabama Family

Wednesday, March 29 | 11 a.m.-noon
O’Neal Library

Jim Baggett, who is the Head of the Department of Archives and Manuscripts at the Birmingham Public Library, will lead this talk, detailing the lives of 19th-century Alabama residents who recorded their lives in letters and diaries. This discussion will explore issues of the century and how they affected the prosperity of our writers. Jim’s experience includes serving as president of the Society of Alabama Archivists and now, he is the president of the Alabama Historical Association. Stay up to date on this event here.


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