A Birmingham Mom’s Ultimate Guide to November Events

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November Events Birmingham

November is finally here! Can you believe it is already time to start planning for Thanksgiving? So many great November Events in Birmingham are coming up, including our final Park Hop. We hope to see you there!

You can also view these events in calendar form here. We recommend using the search bar if you are looking for something specific. 

If you have an event that you would like to add to our calendar and monthly event guide, please submit it using this form

*Please note – While we do our best to provide current links and event details, we encourage you to double check event pages for the most up to date info. If details are missing or incorrect, please let us know so that we can correct them! 

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Guide to November Events

November 1-4, 2023

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November 5-11, 2023

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November 12-18, 2023

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November 19-25, 2023

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November 26-30, 2023

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Kristina G
Kristina is an Alabama native who came to Birmingham in 2005 for college (has it really been 15 years?!). She had lived in Muscle Shoals her whole life up until that point. After graduating from UAB in 2009 with a degree in journalism and a minor in music, she married Paul in 2011. Paul has worked in the tech industry since 2009. Kristina has had several jobs in the area - everything from banking, veterinary medicine and receptionist. She most recently worked from home as low-level tech support. Kristina and Paul had the biggest surprise of their lives when they went in for the first 8-week ultrasound and found out that they were expecting "spontaneous" twins! Everything was going to change already, but they had to multiply it by two! Two girls, Elle and June, were born in July 2019 and nothing has been the same since. Kristina is now a stay-at-home mom to Elle and June and it has been the most rewarding job of all! Kristina, Paul, Elle and June make home in Alabaster, where you can usually find them on the weekends. They like going around to the things in the area, such as shopping and going on walks in the park. The babies are famous - neither Kristina or Paul can go anywhere alone without people asking about the twins!