The 32nd National Night Out sponsored by the Bessemer Police Department and Fire Departments will be held on Aug. 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Target parking lot, 4889 Tannehill Promenade Parkway.
There will be giveaways, free food and drinks, music, fire prevention pamphlets and Neighborhood Watch Sign-up. Please make plans to attend.
The fifth annual Valley Creek Clean-up is set for Aug. 22 at McNeil Park, 1931 13th Street North. The Clean-up will start at 8 a.m. and last until noon. Volunteers are welcomed.
The 5th Annual Valley Creek Clean-Up will focus on public awareness and trash removal in the Valley Creek watershed. The Clean-Up is coordinated by the Storm Water Management Authority, Inc. and Jefferson County Department of Health, and supported by a coalition of local citizens, businesses, and local municipalities. The cities involved include Birmingham, Bessemer, Brighton, Lipscomb, Fairfield, Hueytown, Midfield and Pleasant Grove. So far over 70 tons of trash and debris have been removed from the creek.
Gov. Robert Bentley will be thet keynote speaker at the Bessemer Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Luncheon on July 31 at noon at the Bessemer Civic Center.
To make reservations contact the Chamber at 205-425-3253.
This event provides an opportunity for Chamber members and the business community to hear directly from the Governor of Alabama on topics that impact the state’s business climate, upcoming or recent legislative priorities, and updates straight from the statehouse.
The free Jazz in the Park concert series is coming to Debardeleben Park on Aug. 9 at 6 p.m. Performing will be Soul Collaboration and N'Fusion featuring James Crumb, Jr.
This is the first year the city of Bessemer has hosted the event. The Bessemer City Council voted earlier this year to sponsor the concert in the city.
The Jazz in the Park concert series has become a popular event for cities and communities in the metro Birmingham area and across the state of Alabama.