Summer is here, and so are the events to go along with it. Check out our full list of ones happening close to you this month.

1. Stories at Cahaba River Walk Park

Tuesdays | 9:30 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.
Cahaba River Walk Park, 3529 Overton Road

Birth to age 4K are invited to this outdoor story time hosted by the O’Neal Library! Register to reserve a spot, and social distancing and masks are requested. If raining, the storytime will resume the following Tuesday.

2. Electra Light Ukulele Orchestra – Outdoor Group Lesson

Wednesdays | 5-6 p.m.
O’Neal Library Community Meeting Room

Calling all teens and adults! Time for outdoor ukulele group lessons with musician Andy Hollywood! This program is for anyone ages 12 & up. Registration is required at

3. An Afternoon With the Author: Susan Finley

Saturday, June 5 | 2-3 p.m.
O’Neal Library Community Meeting Room

Learn from Susan Finley ways to eat healthier, exercise more, and be more fit. Copies of her book The Smarter Way are available at local bookstores, or at the library. Find more library events at

4. Sunset Movie on the Lawn

Friday, June 11 | 8 p.m.
O’Neal Library Lawn

Summer definitely calls for an outdoor movie, right? Register for this socially distanced family movie night sponsored by the JWC and sponsors at

5. MB Listens Art Festival

Saturday, June 12 | 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Crestline Field

Come out for a day full of artists booths, information booths, crafts booths, yoga, live music and a bake sale! Learn more at

6. Euphonious

June 18-20
The Birmingham Zoo

Moon Taxi, Blues Traveler, Drew & Ellie Holcomb are headlining a new music festival with a tech edge on Father’s Day weekend. For Euphonious—which means “pleasing to the ear”—the concert lawn will be divided into 10-foot-by-10-foot socially-distanced squares, where up to eight people can sit together. A portion of Euphonious proceeds, along with the revenue from a special Euphonious after-party to take place in downtown Birmingham, will go to its charity partner, United Ability. For more information visit Here’s the lineup:

  • Friday: Drew & Ellie Holcomb, Lawson & Quicksilver, Laboix
  • Saturday: Moon Taxi, Angie Aparao, Soul Inscribed
  • Sunday: Tonic, Sister Hazel, Hawthorn Street

7. Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

Wednesday, June 23 | 11:30 a.m.
Via Zoom

For Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist John Archibald, everything he knows and believes about life is “refracted through the stained glass of the Southern church. It had everything to do with people. And fairness. And compassion.” Now in his new book Shaking the Gates of Hell, Archibald asks: Can a good person remain silent in the face of discrimination and horror, and still be a good person? In it Archibald writes of his complex search, and of the conspiracy of silence his father faced in the South, in the Methodist Church and in the greater Christian church. Now the author will discuss the book at this virtual luncheon hosted by the Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce. Register for free at


Market Day

Saturday, July 17
Shops of Mountain Brook Village & Lane Parke

It’s time for Mountain Brook’s biggest sales of the year! Shop early for the best finds and to beat the heat. Check with individual merchants for sale details.