Huntsville Weekend Roundup May 18-20

We’re in the home stretch now – only a few more days until school is out for summer all over Huntsville & Madison County! Why not celebrate by doing something fun with your family? We’ve listed some great free/cheap events below and there’s even more in our full Event Calendar.

And GUESS WHAT? The 2018 Summer Fun Guide is here and ready for you to start making your summer plans! Inside you’ll find:

Free & Cheap


RCM Virtual Book Club

Thursday at 8:30 PM
Cost: FREE
Online | More Info

Always wanted to be in a book club but never have the time? Or maybe you’re an introvert who’s ore comfortable at home in your yoga pants. Put the kids to bed and join us online as we discuss The Couple Next Door.

Flipping Crazee Consignment

All Weekend
Cost: FREE
Huntsville | More Info

Maternity wear, kids & baby clothes, toys, furniture, and more can be found at this new consignment sale through May 28.

34th Annual Poke Salat Festival

Friday & Saturday
Cost: FREE
Arab, AL | More Info

The Festival centers around the dish “Poke Salat” which is cooked poke weed, a plant that grows wild in the region and features arts & crafts, kid’s activities, a pet parade, live music, and more!


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SoulStock

Friday & Saturday
Cost: $5
Point Mallard Park | More Info

Soulstock is the largest Christian Concert Festival in North Alabama. Check here for the lineup of great music!

3rd Fridays Downtown

Friday from 5-8 PM
Cost: FREE
Downtown Decatur | More Info

Join families in Decatur for the best block party in town. Live music and entertainment in the streets, a classic car show, artists, and games for children of all ages are all featured.

Singing On the Square

Friday from 6-8 PM
Cost: FREE
Limestone Co. Courthouse | More Info

This free concert series will feature Tina Swindell and the Valley Cats tonight. Bring your lawn chairs – the rain location for this event is the Vietnam Veterans of Veterans Post.

Party at the Library

Saturday from 8:30 – 11:00 AM
Cost: FREE
Madison Public Library | More Info

Kick off summer reading with a special performance by Nashville’s Farmer Jason at the Madison Public Library. This event includes a fun run, face painting, big trucks, cake and more!

Yoga By the River

Saturday from 9-10 AM
Cost: FREE
Hays Nature Preserve | More Info

Enjoy a relaxing, yet energizing morning of Yoga next to the gently flowing waters of the Flint River!

31st Annual Multicultural Indian Event

Saturday from 10AM-5PM
Cost: FREE
Danville | More Info

See Native American living history encampments, drum music, flute music, dancing, flint knapping, hide tanning, pottery making, basket weaving, fabric weaving, historical games, Sacred Way Indigenous Horse Preservation, live bluegrass & country music, and children’s activities.

North Precinct Block Party

Saturday from 11AM – 3PM
Cost: FREE
Alabama A&M University | More Info

Inflatables, free hot dogs, burgers, & pizza, and bike giveaways throughout the day? Your kids will love this annual HPD party!

Rosie’s Spring Festival

Saturday from 1-5 PM
Cost: FREE

Rosie’s Plaza | More Info
This 3rd annual festival features live music with Kozmic Mama, door prizes, free snow cones, face painting and food samples from your favorite restaurants.

Annual Car Show & Food Truck Rally

Saturday from 5-9 PM
Cost: FREE
Discovery Middle School | More Info

Classic & vintage cars, live music, and great food make this fun annual event a great time for your family!

Tween Time

Sunday at 2:00 PM
Cost: FREE
Madison Public Library | More Info

Meet in the YA room each month to enjoy a movie, crafts, and snacks.

Worth the Money


Rocket City Fair

Friday through May 28
Cost: FREE – $8
Joe Davis Stadium | More Info

Over 25 rides, two thrilling shows, a petting zoo, and… FUNNEL CAKES!

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