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You can join in live by following @Start Talking AL and using #Start Talking AL.We'll post transcripts of each chat through Storify below: This service is free and no appointment is needed. The Game Changer Project devotes it’s energy and resources to the Greater-Birmingham area to help prevent the spread of HIV and to help people with HIV/AIDS live healthy, independent lives.The park also has exercise classes and free family-friendly performances. Eternal World Television Network Tours The Eternal World Television Network has FREE tours during the week.It is called the world’s largest religious media operation and you can see the studios and control rooms.The corner was given this name when the four tallest buildings in the South were built there simultaneously. Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve The Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve is just a few minutes from downtown with trails, geocaching, overlooks and more! There are shopping and entertainment villages that offer upscale shopping and dining.To keep it free, you’ll just walk to walk around or drive though this beautiful area. Gardendale Splash Pad The Gardendale Splash Pad is a great place to take the kids during the summer!It is 3 miles long and is good for all skill levels. Tour Churches The Cathedral of Saint Paul is one of the most famous Catholic Churches in the South.You can also head to the Cathedral Church of the Advent. Color Tunnel This awesome Color Tunnel is located on 14th street under the railroad tracks.
If you visit during the summer, be sure to check out the Symphony in the Summer free concert series.
The tours last 60 minutes and you do need to call ahead to ensure availability. Mountain Brook Mountain Brook is one of America’s most wealthy communities.
There are also free self-guided tours throughout the week. Heaviest Corner Of The World The Heaviest Corner Of The World is the name given to the corner of 20th Street and 1st Avenue North. The hilly area has large wooden estates in pristine condition.
Start Talking Alabama seeks to increase HIV awareness and decrease the stigma by sharing prevention, testing, and treatment information, and support.
In Alabama, adolescents and young adults aged 15-29 years are twice as likely to be infected with HIV as the average Alabama resident.
There is as summer concert series, classes and seminars, bird walks, fishing days, and more! The Heart Of Dixie Railroad Museum Every Saturday at The Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, you can see all of the collections of railway equipment and home of the Polar Express. Harrison Museum of George Washington The Museum of George Washington has artifacts and art from the Colonial Period to 1865.