Hazel Green is a small, unincorporated town with a farm-feel and hometown friendliness. As new families begin to migrate to the area, it’s evident that the lack of a public playground poses a problem for local families. Parents drive at least 20 minutes away to keep their children happy & healthy at the playground. A trip to the playground should not become a road trip. It’s past time to build a Hazel Green Playground!
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.
I can’t believe how much there is to do this weekend in Huntsville! Everything we’ve listed below is family-friendly and free or cheap, so take your pick.
I know it sounds crazy, but there’s event MORE activities on our full Event Calendar.
What parents of special needs children – and any parent with concerns about their child’s development – should know about the role of the pediatrician in the lives of both the parents and the child.
It’s our goal to make parenting in Huntsville easier. Almost 100% of you have told us how much our family-friendly calendar helps you plan your weekends (and weekdays) but over time we’ve discovered that many RCM readers are not using ALL the capabilities our calendar offers. Did you know you can view our events in a […]
Jennifer Breuer / Family Activities / al, celebration, children's activities free, ear, Earth Day, free, free family activities, Hays Nature Preserve, huntsville, Kid's Activities, Operation Green Team / 0 Comments
The 2015 Earth Day festival at Hays Nature Preserve is coming up this Saturday and we’ve got five items you need to put on your “to-do” list while in attendance. A big thank you once again to Operation Green Team for putting on this festival and bringing together so many area families for a day […]
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.