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Sci-Quest will transform into a wonderland of science with themed areas, activities, 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 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.
This exhibit runs through December 31, 2015.
Internationally acclaimed artist Ginny Ruffner has combined bronze, stainless steel & glass into fantastic futuristic forms.
This exhibit takes place through January 18, 2015.
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.
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.
Young and old alike will delight in visiting Santa and Mrs. Claus' home, the reindeer in their stable and elves in their toy shop working busily to create special memories for you and your family in the village Santa calls home.
Tickets sold online at www.earlyworks.com/santasvillage.
Grab your skates, family and friends then head downtown to enjoy outdoor ice skating behind the museum. Also open Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Rental skates are available.
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.
Don’t miss the holiday magic and tradition of the Huntsville Botanical Gardens Galaxy of Lights - a magnificent two and 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 and much more.
The main branch of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library will feature holiday trees decorated by local organizations, schools and churches.
Pick up apples, eggs, relishes, pickles, cookies and preserves. See our hand-crafted artworks, paintings and more.
This much anticipated musical favorite is back!
Featuring a choir of 175 singers and a 60 piece orchestra directed by the Rev. Billy Orton. This year’s Living Christmas Tree will feature festive arrangements of familiar carols, beautiful settings of new and traditional Christmas music and a candlelight processional with singers throughout the spacious FBC sanctuary.
This annual event is one of the top high school tournaments in the South.
Renowned Broadway director Neil Goldberg has assembled an international cast of over 30 multi-talented artists performing astonishing feats of disbelief celebrating the holiday season. Gingerbread men flip mid-air, toy soldiers march on thin wires, snowmen balance, penguins spin, puppets dance and reindeer soar high above a holiday wonderland. Original music accompanies seasonal favorites with hundreds of spectacular costumes set in a lush world of colorful dreams.
This chamber music group is at the forefront of the movement to perform classical music on original period instruments.
This event will feature Kim Scott, classical & jazz flute player from Birmingham with special guest, Jazmin Ghent, saxophonist from Nashville.
The huge expansion includes 31 beautiful new studios. Refreshments, entertainment and activities will be found throughout the entire building.
What exactly did the Wisemen see? Join us as we turn back the hands of time to search for this mysterious object. Weather permitting, you'll enjoy viewing the night sky through telescopes at our Star Party.
Rudolph flies through downtown Huntsville with this 5K Rudolph Run and 1 mile fun run through downtown, including Twickenham & Old Town Historic Districts.
Register online at active.com or download an application at www.blounthospitalityhouse.org.
Before the rink opens to the public, spectators can enjoy the final games of the first outdoor round-robin hockey tournament with the North Alabama Hockey Association's "Mite" Division (age 8). The Mayor's Cup will be presented at approximately 9:45 a.m.
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