Events look different right now with COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t still safe fun to be had.

1. VHUMC Farmers Market

Wednesdays in August
10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Scout Square

The farm is coming to you. Make a stop right off Highway 31 at this shop seasonal vegetables, baked goods and fruits from local producers. It’s open Wednesdays this summer through Aug. 26 and has social distancing measures in place. For more information, check out facebook.com/VestaviaFarmersMarket/.



2. Birmingham Restaurant Week

Aug. 14-31

For 18 days, participating restaurants, food trucks and bars in Vestavia Hills and across the Birmingham metro area are offering special lunch and dinner menus at set price points from $5 to $50 per person. This year cocktail kits, to-go cocktails and family-style options will be offered too, and you can order meals to-go. Find more details on participating restaurants and more at bhamrestaurantweek.com.

3. Vestavia Hills City Elections

Aug. 25

Cast your vote for mayor and city council meeting on municipal election day 2020 at your designated polling place. For a list of voting locations and more information, visit vhal.org/departments/city-clerk/municipal-elections/.

4. Curbside Service + Online Library Programs 

The Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest is offering curbside pick-up for books and more as well as online story times and other programming. Visit vestavialibrary.org for more details on those services and other updates.

Did we miss any events? Do you have an event coming up in a future month? Email mm@vestaviahillsmagazine.com to submit yours.