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 […]
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The magical train rides at North Alabama Railroad Museum will be your kid’s new favorite things to do in Huntsville!
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There is so much going on consistently in Huntsville and Madison County that we’re trying something new – we don’t want to be constrained with just picking five things each week! What you’ll find below are still all of our favorite free and/or cheap events to do with your family this weekend.
What to Do This Weekend in Huntsville I’ve lived in the South long enough to know that most of you won’t need to look further than your living rooms to find something to do this weekend. The 2015 college football season may have finally arrived but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to do outside […]
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With a full summer ahead of you, now is the perfect time to create a summer bucket list of fun activities you want to do with your family. Kids (and adults) will enjoy making the plans almost as much as following through on them. Here at Rocket City Mom, we asked our writers for their […]
Today is opening day for the Huntsville Stars, Huntsville’s minor league team since 1985, which means another season for baseball fans to enjoy America’s favorite past time right here in our own hometown. As exciting as that is, it’s bittersweet for those of us who’ve made taking in a game at The Joe part of […]
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It’s a a super-packed holiday weekend (Valentine’s and President’s Day!) and after an extra two three days off because of snow, I’m guessing many of you are looking to get out of the house. No? Just me? That’s what I thought. We’ve rounded up plenty of out of the house fun and four out of […]
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For the third year in a row, Rocket City Mom is celebrating the season and our family-friendly city by giving away tickets to local holiday events and attractions for 12 days starting November 1 and ending December 12. Check our calendar for exact days. This is known as our 12 Days of Giveaways. We know, it’s […]
For more than 20 years Burritt on the Mountain celebrated the rich Native American heritage of the Southeast with the Indian Heritage Festival every October. But in a city as diverse and culturally rich as Huntsville they recognized that limiting the festival to one culture was problematic and so they decided to branch out. Now […]
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Hallelujah – the rain has stopped enough to enjoy the weekend! After you hack away at the jungle that is your generously-watered lawn, there is no shortage of fun things in Huntsville to do that won’t break the bank. Splurge Alert! One special event that isn’t free (unless you have a membership) but is only […]