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2nd Annual Spring Fling in Downtown Birmingham

Spring Fling 2011 is here and it's free!

Mayor William Bell Invites You To Be His Guest And Take An Exciting Tour Of Our City's Entertainment And Cultural Attractions  -  All City of Birmingham Students  Get In Free - With A Parent's Paid Admission  to the McWane Science Center, Vulcan Park, The Birmingham Zoo and the Civil Rights Institute!

In addition, join us from 6pm - 9pm in Linn-Park, March 16th -19th for a nightly street fest featuring free movies and live music. 3 on 3 basketball tournaments, gaming centers and more!  Pick up your complimentary admission coupons for the McWane Center, Vulcan Park, the Civil Rights Institute and The Birmingham Zoo at all area libraries and recreation centers!  Log on to www.birminghamal.gov  for more information or to print complimentary coupons to Spring Fling 2011!

In this time of rising gas prices, enjoy your spring break in Birmingham! Help us spread the word

 

 

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