it’s no surprise there are some amazing summer camps & programs that offer quality STEM-filled fun for kids in Huntsville – and in many case the kids don’t even realize they’re doing something educational! #SneakySTEM
Hot diggity dog – just look at all the fun family-friendly things to do in Huntsville and North Alabama this coming weekend! Our Weekend Roundup will hook your family up!
With Cinco de Mayo coming up, I decided to put together a HUMONGOUS list of our all time favorite Mexican recipes. I divided them into categories for easier menu planning and hope this inspires QUITE a fiesta at your house!
Brunch is awesome – don’t get me wrong – but don’t you want to up your Mother’s Day game a little this year? If you’re celebrating in Huntsville consider some of these things you can do to spend more quality time with Mom.
Everyone loves a grand party, and this year’s Good Day Kid’s Fest invites your family to celebrate a couple of BIG birthdays at North Alabama’s biggest festival just for KIDS!
Who doesn’t love a relaxing beach vacation? If you are like a librarian, one of the first things you grab is a great book to read while you soak in the sun. Your local library staff compiled a list of great beach reads for you to peruse next to the beach or pool.
When’s the last time you saw a truly new restaurant concept? Toy Box Bistro pulls it off. Odds are good you’ve never been anywhere quite like this. It’s a great place to eat, with a sense of humor, inside a small museum.
New parents have to be among the most exhausted people on Earth. How many times have you wished you could clone yourself, grow and extra set of hands, or get more hours in the day? Stressed out moms everywhere now have some relief they can outsource!
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Oh my goodness – get ready for an action-packed weekend in Huntsville! As we do every Thursday, we’ve listed our favorite free and/or cheap family-friendly events happening in town.
My husband and I have been talking for the last couple of months about what we were going to do with our boys during their summer weeks off. No doubt you are also facing the same conundrums, especially if you also have a child with special needs.
Seriously, who wants to have a stranger from across the world in your house? What if they’re weird? They eat weird things too – are you going to have to try new foods? And who wants to change the world, anyway?