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!
Get the scoop on the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s latest exhibit, “Neighborhood Earth”, and find out why your kids will love it!
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Our Must List of things to do with your family this Spring is here! Check off each of these 25 things and you’re guaranteed to get the most out of the season.
If a trip to Disney World is not in your spring break plans, we’ve got the next best thing. Two Huntsville high schools are bringing Disney’s magic to our community with spectacular spring musicals: Beauty and the Beast at Grissom High School and The Little Mermaid at Huntsville High School.
So the kids are thrilled to be out of school and you want to do some special things with them next week. But you don’t want to spend a ton of money and you’re on the hunt for a Spring Break deal or two. We’re here to help!
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Don’t you want to kick off Spring Break weekend in Huntsville in a big way? Check out our weekly list of fun and free/cheap events and your kids will think you’re a ROCKSTAR. So will your wallet.
If you’re looking for a way to get your kid outdoors all summer long, Nature Camp could be just the thing. Gardening, hiking, creek-wading, nature crafts, bug studying – we just wish grownups could go!