Family environment – Non-Smoking. ALL are welcome! It’s time for some family-friendly fun. Games for ALL ages (8-80). Enjoy a variety of games including games like Chess, Monopoly, Checkers, and other family favorites; card games like Rook, Spades, Trivia, and Poker; and alas; Billiards, Table-top Shuffleboard; Dominoes and much more. $5 admission benefits our local veterans […]
Come join us for games, prizes, face painting, art contest, photo booth, blood pressure checks, vendors, and more at our first every fall festival. We are also celebrating our 1st birthday!!
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The days of children being shoved out the door each day and left to entertain themselves all summer are long gone (yes, I am that old), but that doesn’t mean that today’s kids don’t have plenty of opportunities to spend quality time enjoying nature. Here we’ve listed some of the best ways to enjoy the beauty and wonder of an […]
Galaxy of Lights is the perfect holiday treat for the young and young-at-heart and you can win one of five passes we’re giving away on Day 11 of our 12 Days of Giveaways.
You and your family will be zoom, zoom, zooming with this giveaway on Day 9 of our 12 Days of Giveaways.
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The tiny homes movement is alive and well at the Huntsville Botanical Garden! The garden’s new exhibit Houses, Huts, and Habitats is all about the place we call home. Whether you’re a bird, a giant dog, a fairy, or a hobbit, you’ll find a place to rest your weary head here.
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Chances are if you’re reading this right now there’s still a giant bag of Halloween candy somewhere in your house. But the Huntsville Weekend Roundup can help you burn off some candy calories.
RESCHEDULED: With football season is in full force the Village of Providence is hoping for a cheering crowd for their screening of “Remember the Titans” on September 27 at sunset (7:00 p.m.). This movie is rated PG. To see the Common Sense Media description and age recommendation click here. The first 50 children to visit the Homewood […]
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There’s finally a chill in the air and that means EVERYONE is getting out of the house and into some Fall fun! Along with the traditional pumpkin patches and hayrides, there are all kinds of unique and interesting ways to enjoy these wonderful weekends. Try taking a guided stroll through the local haunts or just […]
With football season is in full force the Village of Providence is hoping for a cheering crowd for their screening of “Remember the Titans” on September 19 at sunset (7:00 p.m.). This movie is rated PG. To see the Common Sense Media description and age recommendation click here. The first 50 children to visit the Homewood […]