While there is plenty of HO! HO! Holiday fun to be had in Huntsville basically as soon as Halloween is over, there is also plenty of non-holiday related fun happening in November and we wanted to make sure it didn’t get lost in the tinsel. These events won’t feature Santa or reindeer but they do promise lots of family-friendly fun.
(If you are looking for those holiday events, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Check out our 2023 Holiday Happening Guide for all the details.)
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Events in Huntsville this November
Members of the military and their immediate families can enjoy complimentary admission on November 10 & 11 when showing military ID at the door.
Come and enjoy having your perception of food twisted!
Burritt on the Mountain and The Burritt Folk School are proud to announce the 3rd Annual Round Top Folk Festival Kickoff Concert with Bluegrass Band TopHouse performing in the Baron Bluff.
Burritt on the Mountain and The Burritt Folk School are proud to announce the 2nd Annual Round Top Folk Festival.
In the latest live-action adventure spectacle from every kid’s favorite cartoon dog squad, Ryder and his crew of ever-resourceful pups must save their bumbling, seafaring friend Cap’n Turbot after he gets lost in a cave — just as Mayor Goodway’s Pirate Day festival celebrations are set to begin on Adventure Bay.
The goal for One Table Huntsville is to bring people together from all walks of life to share a meal at one table, as one community. Food is provided free of charge and there is no agenda or requirements to attend!
Music education has never been more fun! Join for Music Explorers Club, and get your passport to educational expeditions led by the musicians of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Pack your thinking cap and come along on fun-filled journeys to every corner of the orchestra. During Music Explorers Club meetings, you will learn all about music and instruments and even make some music of your own.
Join Mayor Battle and Green Team at John Hunt Park for the annual Mayor’s Tree Planting Day on Saturday, November 4. Hundreds of trees will be planted to expand the tree canopy this year!
Spend some time with the Land Trust of North Alabama for an afternoon of fun, educational opportunities for all ages at Chapman Mountain Nature Preserve! Explore the outdoor world with a variety of activities, including the opportunity to learn about birds of prey, foraging, mountain biking, geology, and trees.
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