Spring has sprung, and the signs are everywhere.

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Spring has sprung, and the signs are everywhere.
Spring has sprung, and the signs are everywhere. The weather is generally milder and
sunnier than it was just a few weeks ago, the days are longer and everywhere you look,
something is either budding or in bloom. Getting out and about on a pretty spring day
lifts your mood, heightens your senses, and makes whatever is wrong in your world
seem somehow better.
Featured on this issue’s Where Cahaba’s TALKing map are some places to go
that will add to your enjoyment of spring. Whether you’re looking to tour historic
homes, plan a team party or simply take a Sunday afternoon drive around the
area, let Cahaba Talk be your guide this spring!
Springville Ball Park
Buckner Bungalow
43 Gin St.
Springville Presbyterian
Church
6645 U.S. Hwy 11
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Ewing-Rutland House
520 Main St.
Forman-Simmons House
Main St.
Lankford-Forman House
131 Forman St.
Tomatapie
5880 Trussville Crossing Blvd.
Trussville Ball Park
Trussville Sports
Complex
Pump It Up
4623 Camp Coleman Rd.
Suite 101
Team Parties
Springville Home Tour
Lightning Strikes
Bowling Center
3600 Roosevelt Center
Neighborhood Sports Grille
1423 Gadsden Hwy, Suite 131
F208207
Call Richard at (205) 965-8451
or Harold (205) 356-8541
Homes from the $150s
Call Richard at (205) 965-8451
or Harold (205) 356-8541
Homes from the $190s
Call Wayne at (205) 492-0882
Call Wayne at (205) 492-0882
or Harold (205) 356-8541
Homes from the $230s
Homes from the $140s
Call Vonda at (205) 908-2212
or Rodney at (205) 542-1766
Homes from the $180s
Call Wayne at (205) 492-0882
Homes from the $160s
Call Brenda at (205) 337-4835
or James (205) 229-5769
Homes from the $160s
Call Richard (205) 965-8451
Homes from the $160s
TALK
Cahaba
Calendar of Events
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FEBRUARY/MARCH 2007
Special Events
Mondays & Wednesdays through April 11 Free Income Tax
Preparation through Jefferson County Library Cooperative, 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., Trussville Library meeting room. Reservations required.
Call 655-2022.
April 15 1 to 4 p.m. Springville Home Tour sponsored by the
Springville Preservation Society. Tickets $10 each. For information
and advance ticket purchases, call Sara Trotter at 467-3000.
April 20, 21, 27, and 28 at 7:30 p.m., and April 22 and April 29 at 2:00
p.m. ACTA Theatre presents Honk!, winner of the 2000 Olivier
Award for Best New Musical. Tickets are $l0 adults, $8 senior adults
and $6 students. Call 655-3902 for reservations.
April 21 Trussville Earth Day Clean Up. Register on the Mall at 8 a.m.
For more information, contact Mona Stewart at 563-8328 or Jane
Bailey at 680-6130.
Monthly Events
April 27 Relay for Life, fundraiser for the American Cancer Society,
Hewitt-Trussville Stadium.
April 27-30 Hello Dolly! presented by Hewitt-Trussville High School
Theater Dept., Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7 p.m.; Sunday
matinee at 2:30 p.m.
May 1 Sales begin of “Second Helping,” a supplement to Trussville
Literary Club’s popular “A Taste of Trussville” cookbook. Book
with supplement, $20; supplement only, $5. For more information,
contact Joy Payne at 655-2738 or [email protected], or Donna
Cornelius at 655-2783 or [email protected]
May 3-5 Trussville United Soccer Club Tournament, Trussville Soccer
Fields.
May 5 Clay May Days Festival at Clay-Chalkville High School.
Food, arts, crafts, entertainment and lots of family fun. For more
information, visit www.clayareachamber.com.
Chambers of Commerce
Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce meets every 3rd Thursday, 11:30 a.m., Grayson Valley Country Club. For information and reservations, call
655-7535 or e-mail [email protected]
Clay Area Chamber of Commerce meets every 3rd Thursday, 8:15 a.m., Chalkville Civic Building. For information and reservations, call 680-8445
or visit www.claycoc.com.
Springville Area Chamber of Commerce meets every 1st Thursday, noon, Springville Café. For information and reservations, call 467-2339.
Trussville Public Library
EVERY Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday, 3 to 5 p.m. Kids, learn to play a new game every day after school. For more information,
contact Laura Edge in the Young Adult Department at 655-2022.
EVERY 2nd and 4th Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Preschool Storytime with Ms. Kristy at Trussville Public Library.
EVERY last Tuesday, 11 a.m. Trussville Public Library Book Club. For more information or to order a loaner copy of the current selection, contact
Valerie Holmes in the Adult Department at 655-2022.
EVERY 4th Monday, 6:30 p.m. American Girl Book Collection activities for girls in grades 1-4. Reservations are required. Call 655-2022.
Exhibits
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2. Promenade at Magnolia South
6. Brookhaven
From the $190’s
Call (205) 965-8451 or (205) 356-8541
April 1-30. Cahawba Art Club exhibits:
Doris Harper, Trussville Community Center
From the $150’s
Call (205) 965-8451 or (205) 356-8541
Carolyn Hallmark, Trussville Public Library
Warren Clements, First American Bank, Trussville
3. Tyler Loop Cove
Group Show, Trussville Community Center
From the $140’s
Call (205) 492-0882 or (205) 356-8541
May 1-31. Cahawba Art Club exhibits:
Linda Williford, The Coffeehouse of Trussville
4. Kelly Creek Gardens
Carol Ogle, Trussville Community Center
From the $160’s
Call (205) 229-5769 or (205) 337-4835
Carol Ogle, Trussville Public Library
Margare Ponce deLeon, First American Bank, Trussville
Highland Green
From the low $230’s
Call (205) 492-0882
From the $180’s
Call (205) 908-2212 or
(205) 542-1766
7. Glen Cross
From the low $160’s
Call (205) 965-8451
8. Yorkshire Park
From the low $160’s
Call (205) 492-0882
All prices are subject to change without notice.
F208206
Throughout 2007. The Slagheap Painters’ Cahaba Village Paintings, Trussville Public Library
1. Magnolia South

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