December 11 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2021: Ground was broken for the Alabama Fallen Warriors Monument at Trussville Civitan Park.
- 2007: Margaret Tutwiler was named head of communications for Merrill Lynch & Co.
- 2007: Larry Langford and Bill Blount testified in Miami as part of the SEC investigation into Jefferson County bond swaps.
- 2006: Blountsville-based Community Bank began operating as Superior Bank.
- 2005: Courtney's Restaurant served as a filming location for Kenn McCracken's short film Muckfuppet.
- 1999: The One Concord Center project was announced.
- 1960: The Bryan Educational Building was dedicated at Third Presbyterian Church.
- 1955: Land on Montclair Road was purchased for the current site of the Levite Jewish Community Center.
- 1945: The 100th Bombardment Squadron was released from active duty.
- 1902: The Birmingham Musicians' Protective Association was chartered.
- 1982: Alabama Crimson Tide football and NFL player Roman Harper was born in Prattville.
- 1978: Comedian Roy Wood Jr was born in Birmingham.
- 1970: Jay Taylor, community activist and author, was born.
- 1920: Environmental leader Mary Burks was born in Birmingham.
- 1918: Educator and coach Elmer Moree was born in Mt Zion, Missouri.
- 1917: Ill-fated newspaper boy T. E. McGiboney was born in Birmingham.
- 1854: Train robber Rube Burrow was born in Lamar County.
- 1960: Wrestler Tor Yamato died from an accidental gunshot wound to the abdomen.
- 1960: Auburn coach Mike Donahue died.
- 1949: Former Birmingham Post editor E. T. Leech died in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
- 1908: Physician James Luckie died in Birmingham.
- 1993: UAB Blazers men's basketball coach Gene Bartow celebrated his 600th career victory.