Festivals, farmers market nights, live music and more—find all the details on events this month you’ll want to add to your summer fun.

1. Birmingham Art Crawl

Fridays | 5-9 p.m.
Brookwood Village

Birmingham Art Crawl is expanding beyond its location at the Pizitz and coming to Brookwood Village sidewalks to showcase local artists. Plus there will be live music and dessert food trucks. The six-week series kicked off May 18 and runs through June 22.

2. West Homewood StreetFest

Saturday, June 2 | 4-9 p.m.
Patriot Park

Join West Homewood friends for food and festivities at this event, which moved from May to June this year. Find more details here.

3. Vulcan Birthday Bash

Sunday, June 3 | 12-4 p.m.
Vulcan Park & Museum

The Big Guy is turning 114, so join in for a celebration with all kinds of family fun. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for children, or free for Vulcan Park and Museum members and children 4 and under.

4. West Homewood Market

Tuesdays Starting in June | 5-8 p.m.
160 Oxmoor Road

Pick up farm-fresh produce and dinner from your favorite food trucks. Plus shop around at arts and crafts vendors or take in some live music. The market runs the first Tuesday of June through the first Tuesday of August. Learn more at westhomewood.com.

5. Water Play Day

Tuesday, June 5 | 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Homewood Public Library

Wear your bathing suit and get ready for water slides, water games and watermelon. Plus, find lots more fun library events this summer here.

6. Miss Alabama Scholarship Pageant

June 6-9
The Wright Center, Samford University

Who will this year’s winner be? See all the contests on stage for four nights. Get tickets here.

7. Shades Valley Lutheran Church Garage Sale

Friday and Saturday, June 8 and 9 | 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Shades Valley Lutheran Church

Shop all kinds of fun finds and help fund the church’s summer youth mission trip. Learn more at shadesvalleylutheran.org.

8. Freedom from Addiction Coalition Breakfast

Tuesday, June 12 | 8-9 a.m.
Canterbury United Methodist Church

Join Mayor Scott McBrayer and other Over the Mountain mayors to hear from Richard Simmons and Jay Lloyd at what are now quarterly events to address issues of drug addiction. Following the program, representatives from local recovery providers will be available to speak privately with anyone in need of additional information or direction. Breakfast will be served starting at 7:30 a.m.

9. Movie Night Under the Moon

Wednesday, June 27
5 p.m. Antique Car Show, 8 p.m. Movie
Vulcan Park & Museum

Smokey and the Bandit will be on the big screen after the sun sets, but also come early for the Dixie Vintage Antique Car Show and ‘70s music and to grab dinner or snacks from food trucks and concession offerings. Entrance is $6 for adults and $4 for kids, or free for Vulcan Park members and children under age 4. Find more information here.

UPDATE: The June 1 concert supporting Community Grief Support was removed due to event cancellation.

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