You’re booked this November. With so many great events happening in Birmingham, it’s best that you go ahead and start planning. We’ve put together a list of a few of our favorites to get you started.


Christmas Village Festival

Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex
November 1-5
Held annually at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, Christmas Village Festival is an Alabama tradition with deep roots not only in Alabama hearts, but in the hearts of customers all across the United States. Mothers and daughters, sisters, and friends begin their holiday shopping by meeting in Birmingham the first weekend in November to enjoy an amazing variety of gift ideas- all under one roof.
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Día de los Muertos No. 15

Pepper Place
November 2
This November 2nd falls on a Thursday! It is sure to be an energetic Day of the Dead Festival  (Día de los Muertos numero quince). Dress in bones, as a sugar skull or for a fiesta! Click here to learn how Birmingham’s Día de los Muertos celebration began.
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Vulcan Run 10K

Linn Park
November 4
This is the 43rd running of this Birmingham classic 10k. This year’s 10k event is again the RRCA Alabama State 10k Championship Race. The course follows a scenic route from downtown Birmingham through Highland Park and Five Points South before returning to a finish next to Linn Park.
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Moss Rock Festival

Moss Rock Preserve
November 4-5
Explore Nature, SmartLIVING, Art + Design at Alabama’s premier eco-creative festival. Innovation, imagination, and fun await 10,000 visitors under a blanket of fall colors at this idyllic neighborhood setting adjacent to Hoover’s own 350 acre Moss Rock Preserve.
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College Basketball Returns

Cheer on Birmingham’s basketball teams as they return to the court.
Schedules: Birmingham-Southern MenBirmingham-Southern WomenMiles Men • Miles Women • Samford MenSamford WomenUAB Men • UAB Women

Homestead Hollow Arts & Crafts Festival

Homestead Hollow
November 10-12
Featuring fine arts, unique hand made crafts and pioneer demonstrations of the old time days. See wood carving, blacksmithing, wood stove cooking, quilting, whiskey making at our original working still and tour our original cabins as they were built by the early settlers.
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Veterans Day Parade

Boutwell Municipal Auditorium
November 11
Join us as we honor our veterans, and celebrate the freedom that their dedication and sacrifice afford us every day. Stand and be counted. Parade begins at 1:30pm and starts and ends near Boutwell Auditorium.
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45th Annual Fine Crafts Show

Birmingham Botanical Gardens
November 11-12
This is a favorite yearly show for the Birmingham area and Alabama Designer Craftsmen is proud to continue enriching our community through sharing our craft. Basketry, metalwork, clay sculpture, pottery, wearable fiber, gourds, jewelry and much more.
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