Is Pints & Pixels a good place to bring the kids? Our resident restaurant reviewer visited with his boys and gave us the scoop!
Now there’s a new summer camp offering in town that features interactive STEM activities throughout using technology, 3d printing, robotics, engineering, and more – the Boys & Girls Club of Huntsville presents their STEM Center of Innovation!
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As always, we like to list our favorite free and/or cheap family friendly fun options that are coming up in the next few days in our Huntsville Weekend Roundup. Despite the rain in the forecast on Friday, there are tons of things to do with kids!
Summers are different when you have a special needs child because it can be tough to find activities that your child will enjoy.
We have an enjoyable new option for family fun down 431 a piece from Huntsville. Lake City is an amusement park that opened in southern Guntersville this spring. It follows the classic model, with rides, a midway of games, and fun things to eat.
Do you have a middle schooler interested in robotics? Would they like some hands-on STEM education this summer, learning from students who have won in competition? Spark Industry Robotics could be your jam.
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Hampton Cove, Owens Crossroads, Big Cove, Mountain Cove or just “over the mountain” – whatever you choose to call it, the Hampton Cove area is a growing community full of places to eat and play!
All the free and/or cheap family friendly fun happening in Huntsville and North Alabama in the next three days – our Weekend Roundup has it all!
Huntsville has a new music education resource and it wears overalls. Stephen King is also a big fan. The Microwave Dave Foundation works to enhance creative process for kids with a focus on music, using instruments and local musicians, and teaching song writing as well as singing.
From Harry Potter to Jedi Training Academy, music to athletic camps, drama to play writing – Randolph’s Summer Programs are rich in variety.