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Cool days in January and February are perfect for enjoying the fresh air and sunshine in the Garden. Walk the trails or play fetch in the "no leash" zone at the back of the Garden.
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 and Galerie Street, Etienne, New York, the gallery that has represented Grandma Moses since 1940.
This exhibit will take place until March 1, 2015.
View the work of William Thomas, a Southern botanical realism artist whose paintings depict both foliage and floral specimens.
This guided walking tour winds through Huntsville's historic downtown streets and parks, visiting six unique food tasting locations. You will get an inside look at the restaurants, specialty shops, and "mom and pop" establishments that make this a truly special place to visit. Stops include Huntsville's premier gastro-pub, a delectable European inspired eatery, and the coffeehouse that introduced the city to the delights of gourmet roasting over 30 years ago.
Observation of the night sky through the telescope at our Star parties will follow specified programs.
A private collection of fashion items and wedding dresses denoting changes through the decades from the late 1800s to the present time will be on display throughout the Weeden House Museum. Over 100 items will be shown from Gay Hinds Money's private collection, with additional garments of local interest on loan for the exhibit. Guided History tours of the house will not take place during this exhibit.
The economic growth that swept Europe during the 17th and 18th century fueled a golden age of painting. Religious upheavals transformed the way people thought about and utilized art. Technical aspects of art making were honed and codified, as art academies grew in power. The number of artists and the number of art collectors grew exponentially during this period, as the fine arts reached an increasingly wider audience. This exhibition features more than 70 major works by master painters from the renowned collection of The Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.
The exhibition is comprised of brilliant portraits, religious paintings, landscapes, scenes of everyday life, still lifes and interpretations of classical antiquity.
Aesop's fables have never been presented in a more hilarious and clever format, sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Jam-packed with clever dialogue, mad-cap action and modern, uproarious twists, this play retells the fables and offers a heart-warming surprise ending with a meaningful moral.
Get ready for the largest black rodeo in history. See the traditions and history of an old Western rodeo from the perspective of Americans who participated and contributed to that culture. In addition, enjoy a variety of entertainment from R&B to hip-hop brought to you by Rodeo R Die.
Children 12 & under admitted free courtesy of Huntsville International Airport.
General storytelling sessions featuring keynote speakers will be interspersed with workshops for children, teens and adults that will allow for interaction with storytellers while developing and refining their own communication/storytelling skills.
In celebration of National Engineering Week, join us as we take a look at how engineers solve problems and make lives better! Keep your cargo safe when you design, build and test an egg drop that can withstand a 10 foot, 20 foot and even a 2 story drop!
All materials are provided except for you and your engineering know-how. It’s going to be an exciting engineering Egg-stravaganza!
This year, Jeans ‘n Classics is returning to Huntsville for a Michael Jackson songfest! From “Billie Jean” to “Thriller,” celebrate the music of the King of Pop.
The fair will highlight spring break and summer camps, workshops and classes in the fields of art, music, dance, theater, science and history. There will be live demonstrations and performances, hands-on activities, and more than 75 door prizes.
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