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2021 Pop Up Exhibits

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Our pop ups were a great way to meet people and share stories about all sorts of summer-related history topics. They were a visitor favorite, including a few special four legged visitors! 

Birmingham Historical Park May: The Museum's Changing Landscape;  How the museum site has been used and changed over the years

          • May 7   Marion Clizbe Allen, the Allen Children, and the Landscape
          • May 14  Gardens
          • May 21  Trees
          • May 28  The Pond

Lucius J JacksonJune-Birmingham's Black History;  Recent discoveries have shed light on our previously unknown Black heritage
          • June 4   Abolitionists in Birmingham
          • June 11  Early Birmingham's Native American and Black families
          • June 18  The Taylors of Birmingham and the Underground Railroad 
          • June 25   Diversity in Birmingham in the early 1900s

Early 20th century picnicJuly-Eating Outdoors;  Barbecues and Picnics are a part of Birmingham's love of the outdoors

          • July 2 (Topics TBD)
          • July 9
          • July 16
          • July 23
          • July 30

Quarton LakeAugust-The Power of Water;  Some of the greatest natural resources of the past --and present--are all around us.

          • August 6 (Topics TBD)
          • August 13
          • August 20
          • August 27

Baldwin High PlaygroundSeptember-Our Schools;  Birmingham's schools are a beloved part of growing up here for old and young alike.

          • September 3 (Topics TBD)
          • September 10
          • September 17
          • September 24