Ready to frolic? There are so many spring events in Huntsville and North Alabama that we guarantee your family is going to be busy. Don’t see what you’re looking for on this list, be sure to check out our full 2017 Spring Activities Guide sponsored by the Heart of the Valley YMCA. You’ll find a listing […]
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Who’s ready for the weekend? If you’re as excited as we are, check out all these awesome things happening for kids and families in Huntsville!
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How can I get my kids out of the house? What’s going on in Huntsville this weekend that my whole family can do AND I won’t bust my budget? All these questions and more are answered in today’s Weekend Roundup!
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There’s another action-packed weekend in store for families here in the Tennessee Valley! With so much going on, it can be hard to choose which activity for you to pick, but if your wallet has any say in the matter you’ll take a look at these free and fun events we’ve rounded up. If you’re […]
German scientists have left their mark on Huntsville in more ways than you might think. In addition to rocket propulsion and space flight, the team that arrived in Huntsville in 1950 with Wernher von Braun also left the legacy of music and culture. So many of the newly-immigrated team were also amateur musicians, and they […]
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If you can’t find something fun and free to do this weekend with your family then… well… you just aren’t trying. Today’s edition of the Weekend Roundup is super-sized to the point where we felt the need to double the length of the list! We bring you TWICE the fun and TWICE the free and […]
Some weekends, we’re scraping the bottom of the barrel to find good family events to share here on the WERU. (Seriously, last week was so quiet I almost included “Stroll the Aisles of Costco and Enjoy the Free Samples”.) But THIS is not one of those weekends. All we can hope to do for you […]
The weather forecast is predicting more rain this weekend but there is still plenty to do in Huntsville if you’re looking for family events that are also good for your wallet. So bust out your rain boots and umbrellas and take some notes – here’s this week’s list of fun and free things to do! […]
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is a wonderful local source of great classical music, but it might not immediately come to mind when parents are looking for something to do with their young child. HSO is out to change that. According to Jennifer Doss, manager of development and marketing, HSO works hard to make classical music […]
Another great weekend is ahead of us, now you are wondering what is on your family’s agenda. Take a look at some of the Picks from Rocket City Mom this weekend. Go to one, go to them all, and make sure to have a ton of fun.
What sound does an oboe make? What is the difference between a flute and a piccolo? How many strings are on a harp? Children (and their parents and grandparents) can have fun discovering the answers to these musical questions and more during a twenty-minute Music Explorers’ Club presentation, Opus Tadpole, an entertaining and interactive way […]