Cheers to the Coosa- let’s celebrate and connect!

Join Us for Cheers to the Coosa on Thursday, September 6th!

We wake up every day to protect, promote & restore the Coosa River. But on, September 6th, we will be able to sit back, relax & celebrate the river at our annual farm to table dinner, Cheers to the Coosa! Please join us!

Here’s the Skinny:

  • Date: 9/06/18
  • Location: Clubhouse on Highland (2908 Highland Avenue S., Birmingham, AL)
  • Time: 6:00-10:00

This farm to table dinner is brought to us by Chef Miguel of Amsterdam Cafe in Auburn. The menu is yet to be set as we wait to see what our farmers will provide, but in the past Chef Miguel has blown us away with his creativity & talent in the kitchen.

With a $65 dollar ticket, you’ll enjoy…

  • local craft beer from Good People, red and white wine, or a signature craft cocktail 
  • a locally sourced dinner– featuring very seasonally inspired dishes 
  • 1 year membership to Coosa Riverkeeper  
  • access to our rockin’ silent auction
  • tax, tip, and gratuity is included

Get Your Tickets Today!

In the past, we have raised enough money at this dinner to be able to fund a large portion of our programs. As our biggest fundraiser of the year, last years dinner was responsible for funding a quarter of all the expenses that go into Swim Guide!

On top of a delicious, unique meal, our silent auction never goes unnoticed. This year the line-up will feature items & experiences from local businesses such as Atomic Bar & Lounge, O’Henry’s, Highpoint Climbing Gym, Red Mountain Park, Earthborn Pottery, and SO MUCH MORE.

On top of this event funding our work to protect the Coosa, it is also responsible for networking with some of our favorite river folk in the area! That’s why we take the time every year to bring together like-minded folks from Birmingham and beyond to talk about issues facing the river, our favorite places to cast a line & where the best swimming holes are in your neck of the woods.


Whether you enjoy the Coosa by paddling, fishing or swimming, we can all come together and say “Cheers to the Coosa!”




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