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The fifth annual Blazer Bolt for Brain Cancer, created to support those who are battling the disease and to fund research, will take place in downtown Homewood on Oct. 20. more

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This October, Sheetal Cordry has helped organize a Walk for Williams at Patriot Park. more

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Photo courtesy of the Homewood Chamber of Commerce

After playing 18 holes, participants will eat lunch catered by a chamber member restaurant. Members will also donate door prizes. more

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Photo by Jesse Chambers

The Homewood Arts Council will again host two popular local events — the Handmade Art Show and Pickin’ in the Park — together on Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Central Park. more

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The Witches Ride donates all funds raised in registration fees and sponsorships to the American Cancer Society. more

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Photo courtesy of Homewood Public Library

Ghosts supposedly dwell among the shelves, and the library has invited paranormal investigators Kim Johnston and Shane Busby to take Homewood residents along on a nighttime library investigation. more

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Photo courtesy of Homewood Public Library

The Homewood Public Library will be hosting a Mystery Dinner Theatre event at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19. more

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Photo courtesy of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra.

Izcaray’s role with the ASO includes acting as its principal conductor and curating the programs and pieces the orchestra performs each season, from full concerts to small after-hours shows and youth programs. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

The church, located at 65 Old Montgomery Highway near Homewood High School, is not only celebrating its 40th anniversary this month but is also beginning its search for a new senior pastor. more

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Since 1985, Assistance League has clothed over 35,000 Birmingham area school children. more

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Courtesy of Katie Bradford

See photos from the Remy’s Dog Park 4th Birthday Celebration that took place on Sept. 15. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

Despite the unwavering heat, families and friends gathered at Brookwood Village on the afternoon of Sept. 9 to try macaroni and cheese samples from more than 20 local restaurants and catering services. more

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Photo courtesy of Kathleen Gard

The Homewood Star would like to thank all of the community members who participated in this year’s contest. more

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Photo by Madoline Markham.

The pop-up park will be Sept. 21. more

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Submitted by Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church

Several hundred people gathered on Aug. 18 to mark the milestone. more

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Copus will fill the interim executive director position as the Crimestoppers Board of Directors seeks a permanent replacement. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The annual event was held in Patriot Park on the evening of Aug. 25. more

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Vestavia Hills City Hall. Photo by Sarah Finnegan

The Vestavia Hills Police and Fire Honor Guard will post the colors, and Ron Higey of Birmingham International Church will offer the invocation. more

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Rendering courtesy of the city of Homewood

On Sept. 29, the groups will hold a “run social” beginning at the parking lot of Over Easy and Mexico Lindo. Andress said there will be a run from 6 to 8 a.m., with food and door prizes at the parking lot after the run. more

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Photo courtesy of the Exceptional Foundation

There will be an art show and reception with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at 6:30 p.m. and the seated dinner and talent show at 7:30 p.m. more

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Homewood Star September 2019