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Huntsville Weekend Roundup March 29-31

Huntsville Weekend Roundup March 29-31

Gas up the car and dust the pollen off your windshield… Our weekend list of things to do in Huntsville is ready for your family below!

Easter events in Huntsville
Click here to find Easter activities for kids in Huntsville & North AL!

Free & Cheap

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$5 Fridays for North AL Schools

Friday, all day
Cost: $5
Online Community Group | More Info

For the price of a fancy coffee, you can help crowd-source a classroom project for a teacher here in our community!

Rummage Sale

Saturday from 7AM – Noon
Cost: FREE
Montessori School of Hsv | More Info

Get some great deals for a good cause – $5 fill-a-bags available!

Take a Kid-Friendly Hike

All Weekend
Cost: FREE
North AL Trails | More Info

We’ve found five family-friendly hiking trails that your kiddos will love to do this weekend – it’s great hiking weather and the trails are beautiful!

First Responder & Military Day at Camp

Saturday at from 9AM – 4PM
Cost: FREE for active military and First Responders
Camp Maranatha | More Info

Spend a fun afternoon at a cookout kayaking, canoeing, and doing a ropes course with your family.

Bunny Hop Party

Saturday at 9:00 AM
Cost: FREE
Parkway Place Mall | More Info

First 100 kids can decorate their own cookie, face painting, and Easter activities.

Madison ReadyFest

Saturday at 9AM – Noon
Cost: FREE
West Madison School | More Info

Learn more about natural disasters, family preparedness, health, finances, and more at this annual community festival.

Cardboard Boat Regatta

Saturday at 10AM – Noon
Cost: FREE to watch, or you can race for a fee
Dublin Park | More Info

Cheer on your favorite boat & watch the teams hilariously race to the finish line!

Grand Opening of Hammer & Stain

Saturday from 10AM t0 2PM
Cost: FREE
Hammer & Stain Huntsville | More Info

Find out what this new DIY  make & take workshop is all about and maybe win some giveaways.

Have Fun On the Farm

Sunday from 11AM – 3PM
Cost: FREE
Humble Heart Farm | More Info

Cheese samples, baby goats, arts & crafts, and goat yoga are all in store for your family on the farm today.

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Kid’s Business Fair

Sunday from 2-6 PM
Cost: FREE
Rocket City Event Center | More Info

Young entrepreneurs ages 5-17 will have their products to sell & display – come support them!

Tinkergarten Trial Sessions

Saturday & Sunday
Cost: FREE

Find out why these outdoor classes are all the rage for kids ages 18 months – 8 years old. Space is limited so register in advance.
Saturday at 10AM – Madison
Saturday at 3:30 PM – Sharon Johnston Park
Sunday at 3PM – Sharon Johnston Park

Worth the Money

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“The Wild” Chinese Lantern Festival

Now – May 19
Cost: Daytime Free for members, general admission for non-members

Evening festival admission $8-24
Huntsville Botanical Garden | More Info
This breath-taking new exhibit at HBG is visually stunning. Enjoy glowing lanterns, Chinese arts & crafts, shadow puppets, and kung fu demonstrations throughout the Garden. Purchase advance tickets online here and save time!
Chinese Family Breakfast & Tea – Saturday at 8:30 AM
Enjoy a family-friendly dim sum before you explore the Chinese Lantern Festival! Seating is limited, so RSVP ASAP.

Go See a Show!

All Weekend, Various Times
Cost: $10-25

Take the kids to one of these family-friendly productions & support local theater at the same time!
Peter Pan by GHS Theatre
SHS Theatre presents Singin’ In the Rain

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