You made it to the weekend! Now let us help you plan what to do that’s fun, free, or worth the money with your kids in Huntsville.
Did you know that Alabama has a higher rate of autism than most states? It takes a Village to raise autism awareness and we’ve got some great details about Huntsville and Madison County can be a more inclusive community.
The Huntsville Iceplex is teaming up with the Havoc for a weekend-long celebration recognizing the 25th anniversary of the Rocket City’s only year-round ice skating facility.
We sent a local dad and his 5 year-old son to Hazel Green to review Rocket City Championship Wrestling. The rumors are true… but is it family-friendly?
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1 in 10 babies in the U.S. is born too soon. We’re proud to partner with March of Dimes Madison County to give more of these babies a chance to thrive. Learn more about why we’re supporting March for Babies on April 22, 2017.
The North Alabama Railroad Museum’s Peter Cottontail Express is hopping into Huntsville this April – tickets on sale now!
Have no fear, the Huntsville Weekend Roundup is here! All the free and/or cheap family fun happening in Madison County is in one place just for you and your kids to explore.
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Alabama restructured their high school diploma tracks in 2013, changing up each student’s path to graduation. Here is what you need to know.
A local poet and writer’s day job is also one familiar to many of our readers – the job of Dad. Benjamin Shapiro shares a poetic parenting perspective on worms, rain puddles, and daylight savings time.
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You’ve had the talk, but then you discover the Internet browser history. What’s a parent supposed to do when their kid has been looking at pornography online? We asked an expert.
Maybe you’ve spotted them – tiny, colorful works of rock art tucked away on a nature trail or park. But where do they come from? Find out more about Rocket City Rock Stars!
Looking for fun things to do this weekend with your kids? Tune into our list of free and/or cheap fun – the Huntsville Weekend Roundup is here!