Download Your Free April 2017 Events Calendar

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With so many events going on in and around Birmingham, keeping up can be tough. Infomedia is stepping in with the assist — our Birmingham, Alabama events calendar shares a monthly roundup of things to do for our blog readers and clients.

We put our April 2017 events calendar together with your blog in mind — because we know it’s tough to come up with content, and we think it helps to have a few topics and events in mind to help get the ideas flowing. Use the calendar as a jumping off point for your social media and blogs (or just find some fun things to do in the Magic City, since our calendar is catered toward people who live in Birmingham, Alabama).

To find out more about local events, and to get more ideas for things to post about, you can always follow Infomedia on Twitter — we do our best to keep up with what’s going on in tech. Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy our calendar. Feel free to share it with your network of bloggers and businesspeople!

Here’s what we’re most excited about in April 2017:

  • April Fool’s Day on April 1
  • Easter on April 16
  • Sloss Furnace Gumbo Gala on April 22
  • Magic City Art Connection April 28 – 30

Download our April calendar!

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Leslie keeps our production department running smoothly with the help of lots of cute office supplies, personalized calendars and a morning cup of coffee (with a healthy dose of caramel if-you-please). With over a decade of experience managing production at Southern Progress and Willow House, she’s a natural fit as project manager at Infomedia, and she’s the glue that keeps our team together even during tough projects and tight timelines. Special talents include the ability to sing basically any ‘80s song on-command and find sale items for 20% cheaper with just a little online research. After hours, you’ll find her hanging out with her husband, Chance, son, Wells, and dog, Beau, playing Bunko with her friends, or watching historical dramas on Netflix.


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