Read our Parent Review of Huntsville’s annual Oktoberfest – it’s open to the public on the Redstone Arsenal Activity Field!
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Guaranteed: your kids are going to LOVE “The Wild” Chinese Lantern Festival at Huntsville Botanical Garden March 20 – May 19.
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Santa’s Village is a Huntsville tradition. So when it moved to the Huntsville Depot this year, I was worried the magic might be lost. Let me assure you, it still keeps the Christmas spirit very much alive! While you are no longer in a quaint village in the North Pole, you are now all aboard […]
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Looking for a great holiday daytrip to take with the kids? You can all get into the Spirit of the Season at ICE! Gaylord Opry Mills in Nashville. Read our review before you gas up the car.
Suppers with Santa is hosted by the Earlyworks Society and an ideal way to work in your family’s visit with the jolly old elf, minus the long mall lines!
It’s technically not Fall unless you take a trip to a pumpkin patch, so we headed to Lyon Family Farms! This family-owned business is about a 40-minute scenic drive through Tennessee hills from Huntsville and Madison.
You know it’s summer in North Alabama when the Athens Kiddie Carnival is open! Read our Parent Review about this fantastic summer tradition for families with young children.
Did you know the Underground Railroad had stops in Huntsville? Burritt on the Mountain is hosting a very special program for kids and their families in honor of the brave men and women who made this dangerous journey.
The Hardin Center for Cultural Arts does an outstanding job with their exhibits that are geared toward interactive play. So, grab a friend, chat it up, and make the drive down 431 to Gadsden to enjoy the snow and their annual Festival of Trees!
Color outside the lines as you and your family enjoy the day in Florence, Alabama! The 29th annual Arts Alive juried fine arts and crafts festival is this weekend, May 16 and 17 in downtown Florence. The festival takes place in Wilson Park and at Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts and features quality national, regional […]