Literary Festival, March 1-2

MONROEVILLE – Visit the courtroom made famous by To Kill a Mockingbird for captivating readings, enlightening discussions, amusing conversations and Monroeville’s famous brand of hospitality. Discover new authors, celebrate favorite writers and share great times with others who love Southern literature.…

Bridge Crossing Jubilee, March 1-3

http://www.selmajubilee.comSELMA- Spend a weekend in Selma to commemorate the 58th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the Selma-to-Montgomery March and the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. There will be more than 40 events to attend including a walk across the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge.    

Beers & Blooms, March 2

THEODORE – Join in the ultimate celebration of beer, music, food and blooms. Experience the sounds of the hottest musicians from around the South, from rock to jazz. Satisfy your taste buds with a variety of cuisines from a selection of food trucks and meet the master brewers behind the breakthrough beer flavors…

Chili Cook Off, March 2

BIRMINGHAM – The nonprofit Exceptional Foundation was established in 1993 to serve individuals with special needs in the Greater Birmingham area by targeting social and recreational objectives not met by educational institutions or the community at large. Their largest annual event is the Chili Cook-Off which…


Eggplant comes in all shapes, sizes and shades of purple. Despite its variations in appearance, this nightshade species is delicious any way it’s prepared.

Hazel House

Vegetable-dyed and handwoven a century ago, the rugs in this Homewood boutique have been carefully curated by Birmingham’s Elizabeth Lee.