The Caring House in Huntsville provides a safe place for youth ages 3-18 and their families to cope with the death of a loved one and share their grief experiences with others.
From silly to spooky and wacky to wild, Arts Huntsville wants to see your custom creation. Pumpkins may be painted or carved so let your creativity run amuck. Will you construct the next great pumpkin?
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Celebrate the first weekend of Fall in Huntsville with these awesome events for kids and families that are free or affordable! It’s time for the Weekend Roundup!
Thanks to social media, we are more or less aware of every tragedy, every freak accident, every disaster that takes place around the country and the world. But what happened at Marshall in Huntsville is in our backyard, so it seems so much more personal. I bet many of you, like myself, had trouble sleeping […]
This awesome mom has worn so many different kinds of hats: Huntsville native, local reporter, community advocate, volunteer, career mom, fitness buff, and stay at home mom just to name a few!
Regardless of your child’s age, regardless of the challenges theymight have, the diagnosis is the first step of many in your journey from now to whatever the future holds. You’re going to worry and celebrate; you’re going to have moments of joy and moments of anxiety. Here’s how to deal.
This Thursday morning over 925 area second, third, and fifth grade students will be venturing to Huntsville High to attend the Next Great Americans Kickoff! Over 425 students attended a kickoff at Grissom High a couple of weeks ago. The Super Citizen Kickoff is civics come to life through Libby Liberty as she steps down from […]
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A Kid Report about The Scuba Experience – Underwater Astronaut Training at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. It was an easy way to get a little scuba experience and a weightless simulation in a friendly environment.
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If you’re looking for free and cheap family-friendly activities happening in Huntsville and North AL this weekend then look no further. We got you covered.
Last year when I heard my hometown was introducing a fine arts festival, I thought, “Okay, I’ll get on board.” And by get on board, I mean I planned to immerse my family in the inaugural River Clay Fine Arts Festival for the entire weekend. That meant hauling a newly two-year old downtown on both […]
Eureka! The Whole Family Will Love a Visit to the “Science of Archimedes” at the Space and Rocket Center
Rocket City Mom recently talked to Joseph Vick, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s museum education manager and director of homeschool programming, about the Rocket Center’s newest exhibit, “The Science of Archimedes.” Joseph is certified in K-12 education, and he has some tips on how to get the most out of this world-class exhibit, which […]
Since having my son two years earlier, it’s been difficult to make time for myself. I was mostly unhappy and extremely anxious about everything from work to our household and everything in between. Something had to change.