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Weekend Roundup March 25-27

Weekend Roundup March 25-27

It’s time to hop on into the Spring weekend… Easter always brings fun things to do to the Huntsville and North Alabama area, and this week is no EGGception!

We’ve listed several below, but now is a good time to check out our Spring Activity Guide – be sure to pay extra close attention to our list of Egg Hunts & Bunny Sightings.

26 Things to Do This Spring in Huntsville
Big thanks to our friends at Bloom Dance & Activewear!

We’ve also got a fantastic Spring Bucket list over on the 26 Things To Do In Huntsville This Spring with Kids – how many has your family crossed off their checklist?

Without further ado, let hop into the Huntsville Weekend Roundup!

Free & Cheap Events

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FIRST Robotics Competition

Friday & Saturday
Cost: FREE
VBC South Hall | More Info

Join over 50 high school teams from Alabama and eleven other states as they bring students, teachers, mentors, sponsors and family members to showcase their creativity, determination, and enthusiasm. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get and absolutely amazing to watch!

Free Guitar Class

Saturday from 1:00 – 2:30
Cost: FREE
Colors Fine Arts Center | More Info

If guitar is your thing (or if you just think it might be) join Colors Fine Arts Center this Saturday for a group class featuring advanced student demos, forming of smaller ensembles, and theory related to the guitar. All ages & experience levels welcome.

Help Other Peeps!

Saturday from 10 – Noon
Cost: FREE
Ford’s Chapel | More Info

Pay it forward with this Easter event. Enjoy a pancake breakfast with the Easter Bunny, help make hygiene and school supply kits for local kids in need, enjoy games, bouncy houses, and an Egg Hunt.

Community Egg Hunts

All Weekend
Cost: FREE

There are lots of great free egg hunts happening in Madison County this weekend. The problem is deciding which ones to attend!

Worth the Money

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Peter Cottontail Express

Saturday at 11AM, 1PM, 2PM, and 3PM
Cost: $20; Memories: PRICELESS
North AL Railroad Museum | More Info

Visit with Peter Cottontail and his helpers! All the youngsters will get a special treat from Peter Cottontail before the day is done. These leisurely Spring train rides last approximately forty minutes. Call (256) 851-NARM for more information.

See Also

Spring Celebration on the Farm

Saturday from 10AM – 6PM
Cost: $8
4D Farm | More Info

A great way to end Spring Break! A fun-filled day of egg hunts, visiting with the Easter bunny, and lots of exciting farm activities. You can zoom down the 80ft slide, take a ride on the 250ft zip-line, and jump on the HUGE jumping pillow! Not to mention pet all the baby farm animals. See you on the farm!

Space Hoppin Space Bunny

Saturday from 9AM-5PM
Cost: $15-23
U.S. Space & Rocket Center | More Info

You can help celebrate the launch of Astro-rabbit Marfusha, the first rabbit to travel into space. Marfusha was launched on July 2, 1959, onboard a Soviet R2 rocket, which reached a height of 212 kilometers (132 mi). Make and wear your own communication rabbit ears to make contact with Marfusha on her space journey!

More Great Egg Hunts!

Friday & Saturday
Cost: $8-25

Not free, but these community egg hunts all offer something unique or special – be sure to bring your baskets and your cameras!

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