2014 Halloween Parties & General Spooky Fun

2014 Halloween Parties & General Spooky Fun

Do you know of one we missed? We’d love to add it, just send us a note at info@rocketcitymom.com and be sure to include the information listed here (e.g. Date/Time, Cost, URL, Location). To get the full 411 about all that is happening in and around the Tennessee Valley this fall including information on Fall Break Camps,(…)

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Book It to the Library: September 2014

Book It to the Library: September 2014

Fall is an amazing time to head to the closest branch of the local public library! There is something here for toddlers, preschoolers, students of all ages, and teens. Recurring & Special September Events Make & Take Monthly Craft BRANCH: Main Branch DATE: September INFO: Come in anytime in September to make a fun craft!(…)

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Your 2014 Guide to Trick or Treating (and Trunk or Treating) in Huntsville

Your 2014 Guide to Trick or Treating (and Trunk or Treating) in Huntsville

Let’s view this from a child’s perspective. You get to dress up as anything you want (pirate, princess, superhero, ghost, whatever) which is already super cool. THEN you get to go door-to-door (or car-to-car, or table-to-table) and collect candy! It’s like finding a secret wormhole that takes to you to a wonderland that is obviously(…)

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The Great Diaper Drive is Back to Help Local Babies

The Great Diaper Drive is Back to Help Local Babies

Imagine for a second that your family is struggling financially. This may not be such a stretch for many readers but when I say struggling, I mean REALLY struggling. As in, you can’t pay all the bills and still buy food struggling. So you reach out for help because it’s not just you, you’ve got little ones who are struggling with you and you’re not so proud that you’re going to cause them to be hungry. But that help only goes so far and one very important item it doesn’t cover is diapers. Diapers may seem like a very necessary item to our readers but they are not covered by most social service programs and because of that many families in our community are struggling to keep their babies in clean diapers.

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