Brown Bag Lunches At The Birmingham Public
Library During August

Please join us at the Birmingham Public Library each Wednesday during August at 12:00 noon for our Brown Bag Lunch series. These programs will be held in the Arrington Auditorium of the Linn-Henley Building at the Birmingham Public Library, 2100 Park Place. Bring your lunch, the Library provides a beverage. Reservations are not necessary. These programs are free and open to the public. For more information call, 226-3604.

August 1 Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum

Interested in vintage motorcycles? Join us for an informative program on the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum located here in Birmingham. Opened to the public in On March 14, 1995, the collection now has close to 700 vintage and modern motorcycles and as well as a substantial collection of Lotus and other racecars.

August 8 Southern Museum of Flight

Take off… and see the history of flight at the Southern Museum of Flight. Our guest speaker will talk about the museum and it’s wonderful exhibits.

August 15 Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

Learn more about the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. The museum honors great jazz artists with ties to the state of Alabama. While furnishing educational information, the museum is also a place for entertainment. Exhibits convey the accomplishments of the likes of Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton and Erskine Hawkins and the music that made them famous.

August 22 American Village

The American Village is the official name given to the civic education center of The Citizenship Trust. The American Village is the first civic education campus in the country built to provide experience-based learning for young people. In addition it is proving to be a popular stop for casual visitors and tourists, having been featured in the September 2000 issue of Southern Living magazine. Join us to learn more about the programs and displays at this wonderful museum and learning center.

August 29 Sloss Furnace

For almost ninety years the giant Sloss Furnaces produced pig iron, iron that fed Birmingham's foundries and mills. Now recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Sloss Furnaces is open to the public as a museum of industry. Dr. Robert Rathburn, Director of Sloss Furnace will speak about this hands-on museum and some of the great exhibits and events held there.