What To Do This Week: Nov. 2


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unnamed (59)Dia de los Muertos
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 4 – 10 p.m.
Cahaba Brewing Company

Do something different (and colorful) by celebrating a long-held tradition. Presented by Bare Hands, Inc., Dia de los Muertos is an annual remembrance of lost loved ones inspired by Mexico’s sacred Day of the Dead tradition.

 

unnamed (16)Vulcan Community Awards
Thursday, Nov. 3, 5:30 p.m.
The Club

Five outstanding citizens will receive “The Vulcan” award for community commitment or acts of heroism that have had a significant local impact. One award will be given for Lifetime Achievement.

 

 

unnamed (60)Holiday Open House 2016
Thursday, Nov. 3, 5:30 p.m.
Downtown Homewood

The merchants of 18th Street and surrounding areas invite you to kick of the holiday season with extended store hours, holiday specials, and refreshments. Bring the kids for photos with Santa.

 

unnamed (61)Twelfth Night
Friday, Nov. 4 – Sunday, Nov. 13
Virginia Samford Theatre

Join famous characters like Viola, Olivia, Feste, Orsino, and Malvolio as they maneuver through the ins and outs of magical Illyria. This new production stars some of Birmingham’s finest actors and musicians.

 

unnamed (62)Art After 5
Friday, Nov. 4, 5 – 9 p.m.
Birmingham Museum of Art

Unwind every first Friday night of the month with art, music, making, and mixing. This Friday, photographer Lauren Henkin discusses her new exhibition “What’s Lost Is Found,” featuring photographs of the people and landscape in Hale County, Alabama. Check out our interview with Henkin here.

 

 

unnamed (63)Moss Rock Festival
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Sunday, Nov. 6
The Preserve in Hoover

Explore nature, art, and design at Alabama’s premier creative festival now in its 11th year. Fun awaits 10,000 visitors under a blanket of fall colors at this neighborhood setting adjacent to Hoover’s Moss Rock Preserve.

 

unnamed (64)FORGE
Saturday, Nov. 5 – Sunday, Nov. 6, 4 p.m.
Sloss Furnaces

Experience a unique dance concert in collaboration with metal arts residents. Sanspointe will transform the structure into a stage with a show inspired by the history of Sloss Furnaces.

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