There’s about a thousand different ways to acquire all those new school supplies kids need to start a fresh school year.Different families use different strategies to get it all together, so we’re detailing five of our favorite back-to-school shopping methods just for you.
Does your teen or tween love to attend NerdCon, HamaCon, or the Huntsville Comic Con? Finding a good local LARP group could be right up their alley.
Learn all about Vivica Parker, the current CAFY Student of the Month and discover how you can nominate a superstar teen in the Huntsville or Madison County area!
Get rich quick with a treasure trove of fun for the whole family! This Parent Review of Burritt’s Treasure Hunt on Gold Mountain will tell you all you need to know before you go.
How much summer can you fit in 3-4 weeks? That’s the big question and the answer is QUITE A LOT. Of course we’re here to help with the Huntsville Weekend Roundup!
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.
Find out why we’re reading Every Wild Heart for our RCM virtual book club – and then make sure the title is on your beach read list for July!
How you and your kids can celebrate Parks & Rec Month in Huntsville AND win some fabulous prizes!
Is watching The Voice something your family loves to do together? Does your kiddo sing everywhere they go – the shower, the car, or even at the dinner table? They might be destined to participate in the Huntsville Community Chorus Children’s & Youth Chorale!
OK, we’re not trying to make anyone panic, but there are approximately five weekends left before school starts back. What will you do to stuff as much fun in as possible between now & then? Try the things in this list!
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare when there’s a baby in the house… FIREWORKS.
Huntsville’s restaurant revolution continues, and one step into Edgar’s Bakery might convince you Willy Wonka was involved.
There’s still plenty of summer left – can your wallet handle it? Let this handy go-to list help you find totally free & fun things to do in Huntsville.
Hays Nature Preserve is one of Huntsville’s hidden gems – but did you know they offer FREE programs for kids in the summer? Play Days at Hays Nature Preserve is a great way to get your family outdoors in nature, and learn a thing or two about the world around us.
How is your family going to get out and enjoy this gorgeous weather? We’ve got some ideas in our weekly list of fun things to do in Huntsville with kids.
All parents hope to prepare their boy or girl through education and training to be ready to enter the world after high school or college. But what does it actually MEAN to prepare your child for tomorrow? What specific things can you do right now that will make a big difference?
A toy for young children could have small parts that are a choking hazard, or a defective car seat could put your child at a high-risk of injury in an accident. But how can you avoid these recalled products?
Fireworks, live music, and patriotic kids activities abound – check out this awesome Independence Day lineup happening in Huntsville and North Alabama!
It’s officially Summer, and we’re celebrating the longest days of the year this week in Huntsville. Take advantage of all that extra daylight by spending some time with your family!
If you’re looking for a family road trip story gone horribly wrong written in the style of Hunter S. Thompson this is for you – it’s gonzo parenting at its best!