There’s so much to see and do before summer is over, and thankfully we still have a few weeks to fit it all in. Here you’ll find our Weekend Roundup for free and/or cheap family-friendly fun this weekend in Huntsville to help you do just that.
The summer isn’t over yet, and we know our Super Readers are going to break reading records and beat the Summer Slide! To celebrate such amazing feats of reading, the Superhero sendoff is our way of saying “Great Job!” It’s free and open to all families. Stop by Lowe Mill and meet your Super Librarians, and enjoy an afternoon being awesome!
Sure, there are lots of breweries and clubs, and some of the fanciest restaurants are located in that area, but there are also some hidden family-friendly gems in downtown Huntsville if you know where to look. Get ready to rediscover the heart of the city with your family in tow!
Mason Dixon Bakery & Bistro is so welcoming and warm for families, and they are paying attention to tender tummies. I have to say, hands down, that this is my favorite Huntsville eatery.
Happy birthday week to the US of A! You know that Huntsville is planning to celebrate in style and we’ve included all of those opportunities below in our list of fun & free things to do with your family. Let the Huntsville Weekend Roundup start!
Everybody knows Sci-Quest Hands On Science Center is a great place in Huntsville to take a class or attend a day camp. But did you know you can choose from a variety of different camp offerings, including week-long or mini camps, to build a summer filled with fun and excitement? AND it’s not too late to sign up.
Planning a party is one of the parts of a parent’s job description that can be the most daunting. What’s age-appropriate? Where are the best places to consider as party venues in Huntsville and Madison County? How can you throw a good party and stay within your budget?
Our Weekend Roundup is full of free kid-friendly fun to be had in the Huntsville area in the next few days. What will your family do this weekend?