1. The City of Homewood’s Fourth of July Festival

Tuesday, July 4 | All Day
Downtown Homewood

The City of Homewood will celebrate the Fourth of July with a festival beginning on Tuesday, July 4 at 5 p.m. Two blocks of 18th Street South and one block of 29th Avenue South will be blocked off for pedestrian traffic in downtown Homewood. There will be rides, inflatables, food vendors and more! Vulcan Park and Museum’s annual “Thunder on the Mountain” fireworks show will commence at 9 p.m., so spectators can enjoy fireworks to end the evening right. Stay up to date on this event here.  

2. Our Lady of Sorrows 74th Annual Fourth of July Festival

Tuesday, July 4 | 10 a.m.
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church

Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church invites everyone to celebrate the Fourth of July with a fun festival, featuring a trash and treasure rummage sale, carnival games, food plates and raffle tickets for prizes, too. For updates, visit here

3. Snakes ‘n Stuff!

Monday, July 17 | 10:30-11:15 a.m. or 3:30-4:15 p.m.
Homewood Public Library

All ages are welcome to attend a reptile show with the Homewood Public Library’s favorite “snake guy,” Aaron! Registration opens July 1. Stay updated on this event here.

4. Downtown Homewood Sidewalk Sale

Saturday, July 29 | All Day
Downtown Homewood

Brought to patrons by the merchants of downtown Homewood, the 12th annual Homewood Sidewalk Sale will feature sales up to 75 percent off! Shoppers can enjoy discounted rates and camaraderie between vendors as they peruse through downtown, shopping for great deals. Learn more here

5. West Homewood Farmers Market

Tuesdays in July through the first Tuesday in August | 5-8 p.m.
160 Oxmoor Road

The West Homewood Farmers Market is always a treat to patrons every summer season. With vendors such as Emily’s Heirloom Poundcakes, Todd’s Produce, Fiddlers Farm and more, there’s something for everyone at this annual market. Tag us in your #westhomewood farmers market posts, and we’ll regram our favorites! Stay up to date on this event here

Did we miss any events? Email magazine editor Anna Grace Moore at annagrace.moore@homewoodlife.com for more information on how to include your events in our monthly newsletters and postings.