❗YOU’RE INVITED! FREE TO THE PUBIC!❗Birmingham City Council President Pro Tempore Crystal Smitherman and Red Mountain Theatre present her annual Black History Month celebration! We are anticipating several dozen students to participate this year in Pro Tem Smitherman's Annual Black History Program entitled YOUTHSPEAK: A Celebration of Black History This will be an Interdisciplinary fine and performing arts event at Red Mountain Theatre. The event will take place on Friday, February 24 at 9:30 AM AT RED MONTAIN THEATRE and last for approximately 90 minutes. Featuring: Birmingham City School's POETRY OUT LOUD winnersRamsay High School (theatre + dance)Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic HS (theatre)Carver High School Orchestra (music)Carver High School and Hudson K-8 combined choir (music)Huffman Middle School (theatre) Please make plans to attend and enjoy the talents of our students. This event is FREE TO THE PUBLIC and we encourage you to help us spread the word! #d6events #D6PRIDE #D6BHAM #BlackHistoryMonth #birminghamal #birminghamalabama #blackhistorymonth ... See MoreSee Less
Grateful for another night of dialogue with our constituents in District 6!Thank you to everyone who spent some time with us at New Hope Baptist Church—from the department heads who provided information, answers, and updates—and to our residents who are so passionate about making Birmingham a great place to live.Stay tuned for future opportunities to get involved!#townhall #birminghamalabama #d6bham #d6pride #d6events ... See MoreSee Less
The City of Birmingham has an $81 million budget surplus. Yesterday, my colleagues and I voted to spend millions of dollars to make some big investments in our city's greatest strengths and assets: our people, our neighborhoods, and our facilities. We're putting millions into improving and repairing our libraries, parks, and recreation centers, upgrading our vehicle fleet to be more efficient, and making key improvements to Legion Field and Rickwood Field. One of those libraries is renovating Titusville Library. We also improving our recreation centers in D!And that's only scratching the surface. City employees will be getting a 5% cost of living raise, we'll be expanding the Birmingham Fire Department by 37 positions to improve our services and response times, putting $5 million into the construction of the new amphitheater in North Birmingham, and putting $15 million into the construction of the Crossplex Family Fun Center. #D6BHAM ... See MoreSee Less
IMAGINE: Watch highlights from Ramsay High School Dance and Theatre Department’s performance, IMAGINE, their tribute to Black History Month! This was performed live and recorded at Red Mountain Theatre. Presented by Council Pro Tem Crystal Smitherman and Red Mountain Theatre.
Cahaba Medical Care 1308 Tuscaloosa Avenue, Birmingham, AL 35211 Appointments: (205) 679-6325 Hours: M-F 8AM-5PM; closed for lunch 12:30PM-1:30PM
Cahaba Medical Care (CMC) is a community health center and a patient-centered medical home located in Birmingham, Alabama, that provides comprehensive primary care and pharmacy services.
CMC health centers provide comprehensive primary care services, including:
treatment and management of chronic and acute diseases