Spring is here and so are spring events. Here’s our roundup of what to do close to home this month.
1. 9th Annual Cornhole Classic
Saturday, April 10
The Bell Center
Join in on a round robin format with a playoffs tournament that will keep your cornhole skills intact during the tailgating off-season. Plus, you can enjoy food, music and more while benefitting The Bell Center for Early Prevention programs too. The event will comply with all state and local guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more at thebellcenter.org.
Sunday, April 18 | 1-5 p.m.
It’s only fitting that the Homewood Athletic Foundation would hold an athletic competition as a fundraiser. Cornhole is a sport, right? And all funds raised go toward the Homewood Athletic Foundation projects. Find more information at homewoodaf.org/events/.
3. Red Shoe Run: Rockin’ 5K 2021
Saturday, April 24
Are you ready to rock? Time to turn up your favorite song and lace up your running shoes for this annual run benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Alabama. You can choose from two participation options this year: a socially-distanced start line for the in-person 5K and 1 mile runs or a virtual option to rock the streets wherever you are. And as always, they will have a Snoozer option for those who simply wish to fundraise and get their T-shirt! Sign up at redshoerun-bham.org.
4. Homewood Grown
Friday, April 30
It’s time to celebrate all things Homewood, particularly our teachers and administrators. The outdoor socially distanced event benefitting the Homewood City Schools Foundation will feature dinner by The Happy Catering Company in Patriot Park and Alabama Supreme Court Justice Jay Mitchell—who is a Homewood High School alum and dad to four current Homewood students—as the keynote speaker. The event is currently full, but you can find more information on it and how to get on the waiting list at homewoodcityschoolsfoundation.com.
SAVE THE DATE
We Love Homewood Day & We Love Homewood Day 5K
Saturday, May 1
Saturday, May 1 is the official date for We Love Homewood Day 2021, and the event has been approved to go on. Check for updates on event details on homewoodparks.com.
Did we miss any events? Do you have an event coming up in a future month? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit yours.