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Huntsville Weekend Roundup March 4 – 6

Huntsville Weekend Roundup March 4 – 6

It’s feeling like spring is around the corner in Huntsville, and we’ve got lots of fun to enjoy this weekend with your family. Check out some top picks for family fun or browse our full Event Calendar for even more fun stuff! Also new this week is our 2022 Spring Fun Guide and our annual Summer Camp Guide for kids. It’s easier than ever to get a jump on your plans!

Celebrate Your Local Favorites

You made your nominations, now it’s time to VOTE! Voting is now open for businesses and organizations that are family favorites. From coffee shops to museums there’s lots of categories, they can’t win unless they have your vote!

Huntsville Weekend Fun For Families

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Free & Cheap Activities

  • FREE – Enjoy the children’s activities at the Community Kite Festival. Details
  • FREE – Visit the Makers Marketplace to enjoy live music & food trucks. Details
  • FREE – Learn about various departments at the HCS Curriculum Showcase. Details
  • FREE – Go to the Lego Build Day and get crafty with free or guided builds. Details
  • FREE – Join James Clemens High for scenes from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Details
  • FREE – Start spring cleaning at the Hazardous Waste Community Collection Day. Details
  • FREE – Stop by and listen to the Trash Pandas’ National Anthem Auditions. Details
  • FREE – Socialize and learn at the Breastfeeding Mothers Support Group. Details
  • FREE – Enjoy this gorgeous weather with a picnic & the Big Spring Scavenger Hunt. Details
  • FREE – Shop gently used clothes, toys, shoes, and more at Kids Market. Details
  • FREE – Stock up on spring clothing for less at The Boutique Closet. Details
  • FREE – Freshen up your child’s wardrobe at the Kids Swap Consignment Sale. Details
  • FREE – Shop gently used clothing & more at the Sweet Repeats Consignment Sale. Details
  • FREE – Shop local vendors, browse the bake sale, & more at the Trinity Market Place. Details
  • FREE – Get to pickin’ on a Cigar Box Guitar during free lessons. Details
  • FREE – Catch a Saturday Storytime at your local library branch. Details
  • FREE – Learn to play Beginner Chess and classic card games. Details
  • FREE – Discover Black History legends at the Downtown Library’s Scavenger Hunt. Details
  • FREE – Check out these ways to play indoors at the different Library Branches. Details
  • FREE – Take the bikes for a spin at one of these Mountain Biking Trails. Details
  • FREE – Browse Huntsville Flea for vintage styles on Sunday. Details
  • FREE – Check out local educational resources at Rocket City Mom’s Learning Expo. Details
  • $10 Parking – Shop vendors & mingle with special guests at the Huntsville Comic Con. Details

Worth the Money this Huntsville Weekend

  • Journey to the 1800s to see cooks and blacksmiths at work during Fire on the Mountain. Details
  • Celebrate Light & Hope at this uplifting HCC performance. Details
  • Visit Huntsville Botanical Garden and explore the new Stickwork installation. Details
  • Take a much needed Parents Night Out while the kids play at Matrix Gym. Details
  • Learn about Magnetic Marvels during Science on the Spot at Cook Museum. Details
  • Enjoy a history lesson during the Farm Kids Club: First Peas to the Table. Details
  • Join Sparkman High Theatre for their performance of Sessical. Details
  • Visit the EarlyWork’s Tinker Lab for a STEAM activity that get’s the heart beating. Details
  • Bring the younger kids to Matrix Gym to flip and jump with friends during Whiz Kids. Details
  • Head to the Huntsville ComicCon at Lowe Mill A&E. Details
  • Let the older kids enjoy time with friends during Open Gym play at Matrix Gym. Details

DISCLAIMER: We do our best to provide accurate, useful information about events and activities. This information is gathered from a variety of sources. While we always confirm details before they are posted, sometimes details change or we are given inaccurate information which is why every event listing includes a link to the source. We strongly urge you to confirm details before you go, especially when it comes to outdoor events and weather.


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