Huntsville Weekend Roundup September 25-27
It’s officially Fall, y’all! Usually, Fall in Huntsville still means bathing suits and shorts, but not this year! Grab a pumpkin spice coffee and check out all the weekend fun coming up below. There’s SO much happening this Fall, the hard part will be deciding where to start! Just don’t forget to bring your masks along.
For that reason, don’t miss our 2020 Fall Activity Guide! It’s got:
– Fall Break Camps
– Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes
– Fall Festivals
– Fall Concerts & Plays
– Halloween Fun (coming soon!)
Of course, you can also browse our full Event Calendar if you need even more ideas. Be sure to download the free Explore Huntsville app to get all the best RCM info on the go.
Huntsville Weekend Fun (at a safe distance)
- Kick off the weekend at the Friday Night Art Walk downtown. Details.
- Listen to socially-distant concert in your car at Lowe Mill on Friday night. Details
- Take a Night Hike and visit with the HBG Scarecrows. Details
- Find lots of Fall fun with your family at 4D Farm’s opening weekend. Details
- Grab your gloves and help Operation Green Team Clean Up the Park at Sherwood. Details
- Go on a leisurely family bike ride (with kid’s activities!) at Tour de Ville. Details
- Drive through a contactless Fall CAR-nival for a great cause. Details
- Pick a pumpkin and pet the farm animals at Lyon Family Farm. Details
- Get vivid at the Crazy About Color Fun Day at Cook Museum of Natural Science. Details
- Celebrate International Observe the Moon Night online. Details
- Go apple-picking and slushie-slurpin’ at Scott’s Orchard. Details
- Enjoy USSRC’s newest series, the I.D.E.A.S. Lab this weekend. Details
- Shop the one-day Huntsville Anime Market on Saturday. Details
- Listen to live music & binge on some ‘que at the South Huntsville BBQ & Bluegrass Festival. Details
- Laugh your booty off at Turnip & Joletta’s Family Game Night. Details
- Explore the Whimsical Woods at Burritt On the Mountain. Details
- Visit the Huntsville Botanical Garden for Festifall & the Scarecrow Trail! Details
- Play with cool toys and then take them apart at the Earlyworks Museum. Details
- Root for Rudy at the MidCity Drive In Movie on Saturday. Details
- Scare your friends & explore historic places on a Huntsville Ghost Walk! Details
- Grab some fresh Fall produce at various weekend Farmers Markets. Details
So that’s what we know about. Did we miss something cool happening in the Huntsville area? Leave in the comments or send us a note at email@example.com. If you have a free/cheap family-friendly event you want added to our calendar feel free to submit anytime but keep in mind we have other jobs too so give us a few days heads up 🙂
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