Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for February 21, 2014:
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It's that time of year to start making your 2014 Mardi Gras party plans! Join the 3rd Annual Jazz Cat Ball hosted by the Greater Birmingham Humane Society Auxiliary. This premier event promises to bring back the Mardi Gras atmosphere through the tastes of a New Orleans Cajun cook-off, a night full of dancing to live music by Streetkar, a gaming casino, a silent and live auction, and much more! Individual tickets are $100 or two tickets for $150.
The Jazz Cat Ball is Saturday, February 22nd from 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM at Old Car Heaven (3501 1st Ave. S., Birmingham, AL 35222). For more information, visit www.gbhs.org
After losing out on the chance to land the Boeing 777X manufacturing facility, Huntsville was able to at least partially make up for it with the announcement that gun maker Remington Outdoor Co. will open an operation in the Rocket City that represents a capital investment of $110 million.
This time next year, the McWane Science Center will be opening a $5 million Early Learning Destination center for children ages birth to 6.
Two midsized Birmingham law firms are significantly downsizing their operations, as we recently reported.
For more on these and other business stories, visit www.birminghambusinessjournal.com.
Kelly Wall joins us from the Birmingham Zoo to introduce Mickey to a new animal. To learn more information about the animal or visit the zoo, go to birminghamzoo.com.
GOOD DAY COOKING
Chef Ron Cook joined us this morning in the Good Day kitchen. You can watch his segment again on myfoxal.com. You can also find recipes on our web site.
NEXT WEEK ON GOOD DAY:
McWane Science Center is getting ready to build a new kids' museum. We'll show you what's in the works. Our wildlife expert shows us how to use our bows and arrows... We're also previewing the Cottontail's village arts and crafts & gifts show... and the Good Day crew celebrates National Pancake day.