Events look different right now with COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still safe fun to be had.

1. “No Show” Chamber Luncheon

Thursday, Aug. 6 | 11:30 a.m.
Via Zoom

Britney Summerville, VP of Community Engagement at Shipt and founder of Birmingham Bound, will share her experiences with the Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce, virtually. Lunches for the event will be provided by Vaughan and Company, and you can register at mtnbrookchamber.org.



2. Crestline Tent Sale

Saturday, Aug. 8 | All Day
Crestline Village

Market Day isn’t the only day for end-of-summer sales—check out this annual day of festivities and great buys in Crestline Village. Check with individual merchants for details on sales.

3. Birmingham Restaurant Week

Aug. 14-31

For 18 days, participating restaurants, food trucks and bars in Mountain Brook and across the Birmingham metro area are offering special lunch and dinner menus at set price points from $5 to $50 per person. This year cocktail kits, to-go cocktails and family-style options will be offered too, and you can order meals to-go. Find more details on participating restaurants and more at bhamrestaurantweek.com.

4. UAB CAPPI Chat Lecture Series – Pain & Opioids From A Physician’s Perspective

Wednesday, Aug. 19 | 12-1 p.m.
Zoom Meeting

Dr. Stefan Kertesz & Dr. Leah Leisch, who work for UAB’s Center for Addiction & Pain Prevention & Intervention, will share in this virtual lecture through the O’Neal Library. Find more book club and other virtual library program information here.

5. ACT Seminar – Live Virtual Test Prep Help

Aug. 20 | 4:30-5:30 p.m.

Learn about the ACT from the experts at The Princeton Review in this an hour-long virtual workshop. You will receive the information after registering on the O’Neal Library website. The library is also offering an online practice test on Saturday, Aug. 29 and a scoreback session on Sunday, Aug. 30.

6. Municipal Elections

Tuesday, Aug. 25

Cast your vote for mayor and city council on municipal election day 2020 at your designated polling place. Only one seated for the election is contested: Gerald Garner is running against is current Councilor Philip Black for Place 2. For a more information visit mtnbrook.org/cmo/page/municipal-elections.

Did we miss any events? Do you have an event coming up in a future month? Email mm@mountainbrookmagazine.com to submit yours.