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Pick up apples, eggs, relishes, pickles, cookies and preserves. See our hand-crafted artworks, paintings and more.
The Village will be closed to prepare for Santa's arrival.
It reopens November 28 at 5 PM as Santa's Village.
Internationally acclaimed artist Ginny Ruffner has combined bronze, stainless steel & glass into fantastic futuristic forms.
This exhibit takes place through January 18, 2015.
Organized in conjunction with "Aesthetic Engineering," this invitational group exhibition will showcase the work of seven noted glass artists from our region.
This exhibit runs through February 8, 2015.
Enjoy drive-through observation & feeding of free ranging rare & endangered animals. Your self-guided tour also includes reptiles & amphibians from around the world, as well as various species of fowl.
This exhibit explores the turning points in human history, from the invention of Stone Age tools to the internet.
This event will take place through March 15, 2015.
The Center has developed a Huntsville component that showcases the ingenuity of the community that sent man to the Moon. Includes local patents that track the history of a cotton town turned Rocket City.
The exhibit will feature original paintings borrowed from institutional collections nationwide & Galerie Street, Etienne, New York, the gallery that has represented Grandma Moses since 1940.
This exhibit will take place until March 1, 2015.
The walking route will conclude with a walk through part of the Garden itself. After strolling around Little Smith Lake you will go past the Children's Garden entrance, visit the Washio Ishii Bonsai House display of the Garden's 25-year timeline & see the Garden Railway decorated & lit up.
Grab your skates, family & friends then head downtown to enjoy outdoor ice skating behind the museum.
Rental skates are available.
Bring your dog, on a leash, for a brisk walk through this winter wonderland of twinkling lights.
Jonathan Richman has been writing songs, making records and performing live for most of his life, winning fans and making friends around the world with his guileless honesty and playfully catchy compositions.
Come run in our 5k family fun run on Thanksgiving morning then enjoy a guilt-free Thanksgiving feast because you've already burned all those calories. Kids can race our Turkey in the Tiny Tot Turkey Trot. The race is run on the campus of the University of Alabama in Huntsville at Spragins Hall.
What a great way to work up an appetite for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Don’t miss the holiday magic & tradition of the Huntsville Botanical Gardens Galaxy of Lights - a magnificent two & a half-mile long light extravaganza featuring over 170 larger-than-life animated light features. Exhibits include nursery rhymes, a holiday village, Jack Frost, a magical twinkling icicle forest, animated snowmen, a garden scene & much more.
We'll walk down Alms House Trail to Historic Three Caves then ferry drivers back to the Bankhead parking lot on this four mile moderate to difficult hike. Wear sturdy shoes & bring water. All dogs must remain on leads.
Take Pratt Avenue to Bankhead Parkway, cross Tollgate Road. The parking lot is 1/2 mile further on the right. Meet at the information kiosk.
Twenty-four homes & properties in historic downtown will be lit as well as Main Street.
Featuring open artist studios & independent shops, hallway demonstrations & performance, relaxed open houses & a strong sense of community & connectedness.
Come out to see the 50-foot live tree lighting. Enjoy complimentary photos with Santa Claus. hot chocolate, carolers and more! Bring a letter to Santa to be delivered to the North Pole. Also, help a local child in need by bringing an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots.
Young & old alike will delight in visiting Santa & Mrs. Claus' home, the reindeer in their stable & elves in their toy shop working busily to create special memories for you & your family in the village Santa calls home.
Tickets sold online at www.earlyworks.com/santasvillage.
Sci-Quest will transform into a wonderland of science with themed areas, activities and demos, and holiday labs for the entire family! Make your own 3D snowflake, explore the science of chocolate, design a one-of-a-kind ornament on an Egg-Bot printer, plus more!
This year's display will feature 200 small trees, 4 large flagship trees at each entrance and the City of Huntsville's tree in the center of the trail. Trees will line the sidewalk and be fenced in, so the trail will be fully paved. The trees will be lit nightly including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.
The longest, brightest, and most exciting Tinsel Trail ever debuts on Black Friday as Downtown Huntsville lights the night with 200 decorated trees for the month-plus long event. This opening night will include the debut of the Mayor's Christmas Tree and is your opportunity to be among the first to see the Tinsel Trail. Pane e Vino will have drink specials, hot beverages and live music from 6-7:30 p.m. to add to the festivities.
Children 12 & under admitted free courtesy of Huntsville International Airport.
This guided walking tour winds through Huntsville's historic downtown streets & parks, visiting six unique food tasting locations.
What exactly did the Wisemen see? Join us as we turn back the hands of time to look into the sky of long ago and search for this mysterious object. Weather permitting, you'll enjoy viewing the night sky through our telescopes at our Star Party..
Still Serving Veterans and Straight to Ale Brewery have joined forces to present the 1st annual Alegating Party. The Alegating Party will take place during this year’s Iron Bowl on November 29th at Straight to Ale at 3200 Leeman Ferry Road, Huntsville beginning at 11:00am and running all day. This event will celebrate the ongoing rivalry between Auburn and Alabama and help Still Serving Veterans continue its community work.
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