Join us for the Funky Fish Fry on Saturday, April 11th from 12:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Listen to some funky music, hang out with friends, eat some good ole fried catfish and have a cold one. Plus, there will be fun stuff for the kids to do and amazing prizes to win. Nothing better on a great spring afternoon!


The good folks from Perrigin Farms will be donating the fish while Ezell’s Fish Camp will be cooking up their best fried catfish, hushpuppies, and coleslaw. (and don’t worry, the Slice Pizza Food Truck will be there for the land lovers and vegetarians too.)


Beer can be purchased @ Trim Tab Brewing Co.


The FFF will be held @ Trim Tab Brewing Co. Address is 2721 5th Ave South Birmingham, AL 35233 Click here to find the best directions for you.


All proceeds from the Funky Fish Fry will benefit the Autism Society of Alabama and Mitchell’s Place. Both organizations are involved with the betterment of Alabama families with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

The Autism Society of Alabama is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving services for as many as 50,000 individuals affected by autism in Alabama through education and advocacy. ASA educates different groups in different presentations to civic groups, lectures to professional groups, conferences and seminars to parents, as well as, teachers and other professionals who work with individuals with autism. ASA supports families and parents by offering information and referral, support groups (opportunities to network with others) and family weekend camps. ASA also supports the families and individuals affected by advocating for their needs on a state level. In 2012 the autism awareness car tag was made available at your local DMV. Purchase yours today! Proceeds benefit mission and projects of the Autism Society of Alabama. Both are instrumental in creating a system of care for autism in the state. For more information about the Autism Society of Alabama and Autism Spectrum disorders, please call (877) 4-AUTISM or visit the ASA website at

Mitchell’s Place Junior Council is a group of young professionals in their 20's and 30's whose goal is to help provide support, assistance, and increased awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder to the Birmingham, AL community by helping raise funds to support Mitchell's Place and their ongoing quest to enable the individual with autism to reach his or her fullest potential. To learn more about Mitchell’s Place, please visit