Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Monday, April 27, 2015
Movies In May
|Movies in May scheduled for May 1st, 8th, and 15th|
We welcome our new neighbors to Heather Pointe.
Notable Holidays in May
May 5th Cinco De Mayo HistoryCinco de Mayo is a celebration of the Mexican Army's victory over France during the Franco-Mexican War. The battle was fought at Puebla and is considered a minor holiday inside Mexico. In the U.S. however, Cinco de Mayo not only celebrates the victory at the Battle of Puebla, but a celebration of the culture and heritage of the Mexican people.
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May 10th Mother's Day
Mother's Day is a day dedicated to honoring and recognizing the sacrifices and accomplishments of mothers.
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Friends Of Avondale Park MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND BIKE PARADE & FISHIN' RODEO -2015!
Kids! Decorate your bikes & scooters for a 9:00 AM PARADE around the lake, followed by a FISHIN' RODEO! Games and "door" prizes all morning long. Free
Memorial day is a US holiday to honor and remember those who died while serving in the military. Memorial day was formerly known as Decoration Day. In 1971, Congress declared it a national holiday. It also marks the unofficial start to the summer season.
Pinson City Council Meetings
4410 Main Street, Pinson, AL 35126
May 7th and 21st
Thursday, April 2, 2015
in winter enjoy.
By now you have noticed the Bicentennial banners hanging from utility poles. Celebration of the Bicentennial will be held April 11, 2015 at the Old Rock School.
Pinson City Council meets twice a month. Call City Hall for time and dates.
Pinson City Hall
4410 Main Street
Pinson, AL 35126
Office: (205) 680-5556.
Hours 8:30AM to 3:30PM M-F
City officials broke ground for a new city park in Pinson on November 30, 2014. Building and development is underway. The photos give indication of the progress being made. For details click here.
Advanced Disposal (phone 205.640.7000) serves the Pinson area with curbside garbage service. Older garbage receptacles have been replaced with newer ones. Phone 205.640.4000
As a reminder Keep garbage receptacles from street view and remove them from the curb on garbage day.
WELCOME TO OUR NEW NEIGHBORS
Festival of the Springs
Neighboring municipality, Center Point, will be celebrating The Festival of Springs also on April 11, 2015. The festivities will take place at Reed-Harvey Park, located on Polly Reed Road, from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.