Picasso’s Grill is a locally owned restaurant that recently moved from Athens to County Line Road in Madison. But is it family friendly? And how truly kid-friendly is it? Our Parent Review has all the details!
Color outside the lines as you and your family enjoy the day in Florence, Alabama! The 29th annual Arts Alive juried fine arts and crafts festival is this weekend, May 16 and 17 in downtown Florence. The festival takes place in Wilson Park and at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts and features quality national, regional […]
The first weekend in May is always Whistlestop Weekend! It’s a huge BBQ festival in Huntsville and we’ve listed all the things there just for kids and families.
The newly opened Bravo! Cucina Italiana at Bridgestreet is Huntsville’s latest Italian dining hot spot. The combination of great food, reasonable prices, and an extensive menu with options for everyone is sure to make Bravo a family favorite!
The Huntsville Botanical Garden has done it again. For Summer 2015 they’ve invited some very special installations into the Garden – “Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks” moves in this Saturday!
It’s that time of year – Spring in Huntsville, AL always means PANOPLY! Every year we like to tell you about the parts of Panoply weekend we think your family will like the most. You might have heard about the great headliners (The Indigo Girls! The Secret Sisters! Unknown Lyric!) but there are several acts your kids will be super excited about too.
Situated on the hill at the back of Dublin Park in Madison, Kid’s Kingdom is an enclosed, well-maintained playground shaded by several large oak and walnut trees. The playground is designed with a castle theme: turrets, bridges, walkways, with various ways to get up (climbing lattice, stairs) and down (slides, stairs). There is also a climbing wall, tire swing, various balance challenges, rings (for bigs and littles), an obstacle course, and plenty of other structures conducive to imaginative play.
Gadsden has become quite the destination thanks to the Mary G. Hardin Center for the Cultural Arts. We loaded up some friends to go visit their latest exhibit, Dinosaurs Alive!, and set out to discover this hidden North Alabama gem.