All our favorite places where Huntsville kids and their families can celebrate New Year’s Eve in the Rocket City in 2014.
This article assumes that you’ve done Galaxy of Lights and Tinsel Trail. If you’ve haven’t, then GO, do those and then come back to this list. If you have enjoyed those light events and are still looking for more then we can help. Here we’ve collected neighborhoods worth driving through in Huntsville as well as surrounding towns.(…)
I think we can all agree that when you’ve got kids, New Year’s Eve can be kind of a bust. There’s not many places to celebrate with kids in tow and it’s hard to find a sitter. But what if there was a family-friendly celebration in Huntsville where you can ring in the new year(…)
Happy Hanukkah! Tonight the Festival of Lights begin. Yes, even here in North Alabama. Along with the traditional lighting of the menorah, there will be many dreidels spun, and copious amounts of latkes and doughnuts consumed (at least at our house). If you are looking for ways to join in the celebration here are a(…)
My family bundled up and drove to Santaland in Rogersville on its opening weekend. We visited on a Sunday night (11/30/14), hoping to avoid any huge crowds. The drive from Huntsville took about an hour, and we arrived shortly after opening time of 5pm. It’s hard to miss the glowing castle, but very easy to(…)
Caroling takes on a space theme as the U.S. Space & Rocket Center hosts Cosmic Carols and Cocoa this Saturday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., beneath the Saturn V Rocket in the Davidson Center for Space Exploration. Visitors can enjoy live musical performances from the Huntsville Master Chorale at 9 a.m. and(…)