Check out our full list of happenings close to you this season.

1. Valentines Cards for the Residents at Brookdale University Park

February 1-10
Homewood Public Library Children’s Department

Stop by a card making station and create a Valentine for the senior residents at Brookdale University Park while you are at the library.

2. Lil’ Lambs Consignment Sale

Feb. 3-5
Friday 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-noon
Trinity United Methodist Church Gym

Stock up on your kids’ wardrobes for spring and summer at reasonable prices at Trinity UMC’s consignment sale. They’ll also have toys and furniture in addition to clothes too. Many items will be half-price on Saturday, and all unsold items marked “donate” at the end of the sale will be shared with families and organizations in need in our area.

3. Black History Month Film Series

Feb. 15+18+22+25 | 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Homewood Public Library

Join the library for this special film series.

  • Feb. 15: Harriet, about Harriet Tubman
  • Feb. 18: 42, about Jackie Robinson
  • Feb. 22: Hidden Figures
  • Feb. 25: Selma

4. Birmingham Restaurant Week 2022 – Winter Edition

Feb. 17-26

Try a new restaurant or an old favorite with these lunch or dinner prix-fixe menus at varying price points—including some of your Homewood favorites. Find a full list of participating restaurants and menus at

5. Exceptional Foundation Chili Cook-Off

March 5
Brookwood Village

Eat chili—so much chili—while benefitting The Exceptional Foundation’s work to meet the social and recreational needs of individuals of all ages who are mentally challenged. Get your tickets here. 

6. Taste of Homewood

March 10 | 5:30-8 p.m.
Rosewood Hall Plaza

It’s time to come eat all of Homewood in one night with samplings from more than 25 Homewood-area restaurants, caterers, bakeries, coffee shops and beverage merchants. Proceeds go to the Homewood Chamber of Commerce’s scholarship fund for local students as well as economic development efforts in the community. For tickets and location information, visit

Kiwanis Pancake Day

March 12 |7 a.m.-12 p.m.
The Exceptional Foundation

Rise and shine, and come out for some hot cakes, sausage and coffee. This year’s event will be setup as a drive-thru, and more event details will be posted on Organizer the Kiwanis Club of Homewood-Mountain Brook awards Key Club college scholarships, YMCA camp scholarships, and funds projects at family-centric organizations such as Children’s of Alabama, The Exceptional Foundation and local schools.