Voices of the South Barbershop Chorus

Tuesday Nights in May | 7-9 p.m.
Saint Mark United Methodist Church

As the Central Alabama Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, Voices of the South Barbershop Chorus is an award-winning men’s singing chorus based in Birmingham, Alabama. Each Tuesday night in May, the chorus will serenade the audience with their talents. Don’t miss these great performances! Visit voicesofthesouth.com to learn more about the chorus and performances.  

Ascension Food Truck Festival

Thursday, May 9 | 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Episcopal Church of the Ascension

This annual food truck festival’s proceeds benefit the Ascension’s ministries, which include the Weekend Backpack Program at Vestavia Hills City Schools, the Abbey and First Light. There will be face painting, balloon animals, music and of course, food trucks. Come on out for good food that supports even better causes. Visit ascensionepiscopal.org

The Birmingham Boys Choir’s 46th annual Spring Concert

Tuesday, May 14 | 7 p.m.
Metropolitan Church of God

Join the Birmingham Boys Choir for their 46th annual spring concert and a celebration of 51 years of being in business. Directors Ken and Susan Berg with the choir members have put together a lovely show that will wow the audience with musical delight. This event is free and open to the public. Visit birminghamboyschoir.org for more information. 

Vestavia Hills High School’s Graduation

Monday, May 20 | 7 p.m.
The Pete Hanna Center at Samford University

Congratulations, class of 2024! Be sure to tag @vestaviahillsmag in your graduation photos, and we’ll be sure to re-gram some of our favorite shots and publish a select few in our upcoming issue, too. 

Gross Out Camp

May 28-Aug. 2 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
McCallum Park

Founded in 2006, Fresh Air Family is a nonprofit that provides science education to children and families throughout the state of Alabama and beyond. The organization is most known for its award-winning Gross Out Camps, which are summer camps for children entering first through fourth grade. With 64 camps across 22 locations, Gross Out Camps served 1,527 children in 2023 alone. Since its inception, the camps have served more than 10,000 children and their families, providing often scholarship-funded opportunities for children to get outdoors, enjoy nature and learn about Alabama biodiversity. Find more details and register here

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