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Huntsville Weekend Roundup April 26-28

Huntsville Weekend Roundup April 26-28

Panoply Huntsville

Happy Panoply weekend, Huntsville! That’s where we’ll be, but if that’s not your thing there’s no shortage of free/cheap things happening this weekend. We’ve listed our picks for you below, just like we’ve been doing for almost 10 years now!  #Tried&True

Free & Cheap

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Click on the orange More Info links below for even more event details & maps!

RCM Virtual Book Club

Thursday at 8:30 PM
Cost: FREE
Your House! | More Info

Join us in the online discussion as the Rocket City Mom Virtual Book Club talks about Where We Belong by Emily Giffin.

Concerts On the Dock

Friday from 6-9 PM
Cost: FREE, $5 parking
Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment | More Info

Taylor Honeycutt headlines this CoD night at one of our favorite family concerts in town! Get the full lineup and our Parent Pro-Tips HERE.

Free Movie in Madison

Friday at 7:30 PM
Cost: FREE
Madison Public Library | More Info

This free outdoor movie series continues with The Princess Bride – bring your chairs & blankets.

Cove Fest

Friday from 6-9 PM | Saturday from 4-7 PM
Cost: FREE
Hampton Cove Middle School | More Info

An outdoor movie kicks off this new local festival on Friday, and live music, food trucks, and art activities round it out on Saturday.

Cullman Strawberry Festival

Saturday from 8AM – 10PM
Cost: FREE admission
Downtown Cullman | More Info

It’s the 80th anniversary of this annual Spring festival and they’ll celebrate with arts & crafts, food, music, kid’s activities, and STRAWBERRIES!

Madison City Farmer’s Market

Saturday from 8AM – Noon
Cost: FREE admission
Hughes Road, Madison | More Info

You can almost taste those fresh strawberries… Kid-friendly, pet-friendly, and produce-friendly!

Healthy Kids Day

Saturday from 9AM – Noon
Cost: FREE
Hogan YMCA & Southeast YMCA | More Info

This fun & free day includes dozens of kid’s activities that encourage healthy & active play that stimulates the imagination, as well as local vendors and crafts.

Back When Day

Saturday from 9AM – 4PM
Cost: FREE
Arab Historic Village | More Info

Village-goers can see live demonstrations of quilting, grinding cornmeal, black-smithing, and storytelling of things from way “back when.“ Live blue grass music & food too!

Historic Madison Walking Tour

Saturday at 10:00 AM – Noon
Cost: FREE
Madison Gazebo | More Info

Learn a little local history and enjoy the fresh air with these walking tours led by a knowledgeable guide. Plus they’re stroller friendly! Get the full Spring schedule here.

Sample Summer Camp!

Saturday from 10AM – 4PM
Cost: FREE
Camp Maranatha | More Info

You’re in for a real treat at this Open House & Alumni Day – your family can get a sample of all the fun summer camp activities for free!

Aquatics Fun Fest

Saturday from 10AM – 2PM
Cost: $5
Redstone MRW | More Info
Explore this awesome facility and enjoy water games, food, a swim-up movie in the pool, & more.

Free Movie in New Hope

Saturday at 4PM
Cost: FREE
New Hope Public Library | More Info
A free showing of the new Mary Poppins movie and popcorn – families welcome!

The Market at Mid-City

Sunday from 2-6 PM
Cost: FREE
The Camp at Mid-City | More Info

Huntsville’s newest weekend market for farmers, makers, and musicians.

See Also

Family Jam Session

Sunday from 5-8 PM
Cost: FREE
Valley Conservatory | More Info

Come listen to other musicians jam out or grab your instrument and join in!

Worth the Money

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Panoply Arts Festival

Friday 5-9 PM | Saturday 10AM – 9PM | Sunday 11AM – 6PM
Cost: $10-18, kids 12 and under FREE
Big Spring Park, Huntsville | More Info

One of Huntsville’s signature Spring events, there is so much for kids to do at Panoply we wrote a whole article about it! It should be on every family’s Must List – visual & performing arts, hands-on activities for kids, festival food, and fireworks!

“Ramona Quimby” Presented by Fantasy Playhouse

Friday at 7PM, Saturday & Sunday at 1:30 PM and 5 PM
Cost: $15
VBC Playhouse | More Info

Be transported to Klickitat Street and meet the Quimbys! This beloved book by Beverly Cleary is brought to the stage in a way your family will love.

“The Wild” Chinese Lantern Festival

Now – May 19
Cost: Daytime Free for members, general admission for non-members

Evening festival admission $8-24
Huntsville Botanical Garden | More Info
This breath-taking new exhibit at HBG is visually stunning. Enjoy glowing lanterns, Chinese arts & crafts, shadow puppets, and kung fu demonstrations throughout the Garden. Purchase advance tickets online here and save time!

Arrive & Drive

Sunday from Noon – 4PM
Cost: $15 to drive
HQMA Raceway | More Info

Boys and Girls ages 4 1/2 to 16 interested in learning how to drive a quarter midget race car are welcome to try one out or simply drive for fun! Learn more about kids’ Quarter Midget Racing here before you go!

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