Huntsville Memorial Day Weekend Roundup
Who’s ready for a socially distant Memorial Day Weekend?
Like many area families, our little pod of four is certainly itching to “return to normal” but I think we all know that’s a fantasy. Whatever your feelings about how safe it is to get out and do ALL THE THINGS, we here at Rocket City Mom encourage you to follow government and health guidelines and keep your distance, wear a mask when that’s not possible, and above all remember that these measures are not about individual protection but rather keeping those around us safe, especially the most vulnerable in our community.
Need a refresher on the ins and outs of our new normal? We happen to love everything about this sign at Stovehouse including the Schitt$ Creek reference 🙂
So, now that we’ve covered the flight instructions..let’s get to all that fun you can have!
Weekend Fun (at a distance)
- Start off your weekend with a virtual prenatal yoga class courtesy of Women4Women. Hot tip: you don’t have to be pregnant to benefit from this. Details
- The Alabama Jubilee is happening this Saturday but with a lot of changes. Details.
- The Cinemagic Drive-In in Athens is celebrating it’s 15 year anniversary with a double feature all weekend (Friday-Monday night). Details
- Looking for a free drive-in option a little closer to home? Check out Mid-City’s Drive-In viewing of Wonder Woman. Details
- The Huntsville Botanical Garden is open but be sure to read the new rules before heading out. Details
- Arts Huntsville is offering their Summer Street Jams series (Fridays and Saturdays) around downtown Huntsville. Details
- Campus 805 is offering live music all weekend as well as part of their Summer Sessions Live on the Patio series. Details
- Get your fill of fresh fruit and veggies by shopping at various local Farmers Markets. Details
- You’ve got about a week left to pick your own strawberries at Brown Farms. Details
- Looking for a stroller-friendly walk that’s not in your neighborhood? Consider Aldridge Creek Greenway. Details
- Don’t forget to order a family-sized take out meal from any of these 40+ Huntsville/Madison restaurants. Details
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