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This education center is home to the nation's largest open-air butterfly house. Over 2,000 butterflies grace this 9,000 square foot structure. The nature center is also home to an assortment of critters including snakes, quail, hummingbirds, frogs, fish & turtles.
Spanning the late 19th through 20th centuries, displays will include an interesting assortment of inventions that were created by Alabamians, born here or well-connected to the state. Many items are novel, many have found their way into modern devices & many are just plain fun.
Through a combination of hands-on physical models, computer-based investigations, immersive experiences & a technology-assisted learning environment, visitors experience the strange world of black holes & examine the evidence to weigh for themselves whether black holes have moved from the realm of science fiction to reality.
Enjoy king-size checkers, super soaker sprinkler, "Big Dog" dog house, grand watering can, Papa Bear picnic table, colossal croquet & more.
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.
Whimsical woods is an interactive life-size game played in our historic park, & players (children) will be the game pieces. During their journey, players will become a part of classic children's stories of the 1800s as they climb a spider web, cross the Billy Goats Gruff bridge, put Humpty Dumpty back together again, or help Huck Finn guide his raft.
Each photo is captioned describing the photo itself & its part in the history of the Uprising of Warsaw.
The Garden will display the whimsical metal art made from "found" metal pieces such as shovels, rototiller blades, springs & tools. He welds them into objects such as cats, dogs, flowers, time machines, Jack & the Beanstalk & more. Over 30 pieces of his artwork will be on exhibit.
Master glass artist Stephen Rolfe Powell has established a signature style based on the traditional Italian murrine technique, in which thousands of beads of color are fused into suggestive, asymmetrical shapes.
During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Knoxville estate, five identically-clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom. Each has her own reason to avoid the proceedings below. These five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent & touching celebration of a woman's spirit.
Recommended for teens & adults for language & adult themes.
Something's afoot as Sherlock Holmes sets up housekeeping with his new friend Dr. Watson but their comfortable existence is shattered when the inspector is called onto the scene of a horrible crime that eventually uncovers a story of dark revenge & of course, a beautiful woman in peril.
Enjoy this display of antique vehicles.
Over 40 varieties, all hardy to North Alabama, will be offered for sale. Experts will be available to answer questions on planting & maintaining ferns. Music will be provided by area musicians.
Many varieties will be for sale including mini & giant varieties.
Come early for the best selection of local produce, eggs, meats, home-baked goods, fresh herbs, honey & goat cheese. Come see creations from local artisans including hand-made cards, soaps, lotions & other items.
Members of the public are invited to visit the Museum, admire restored military vehicles & talk with the dedicated enthusiasts who restored them. The Museum plans to display current military equipment, provided by Redstone Arsenal, & representative of armament used by our soldiers in the war in Iraq.
Our line up of planetarium shows in 2013 focuses on the little neighborhood in the universe we live, our solar system.
In May we will take a close look at the ringed planet, Saturn.
Parrots-R-4ever Avian Rescue & Sanctuary Inc. will have 10-12 large parrot species on display including macaws, cockatoos, conures, Amazon parrots & African Grey parrots for you to learn about.
Featuring Annie Sellick. Concert goers are encouraged to bring their own chairs, dress "cave casual." No pets or small children, please.
Free Parking & Shuttle from Huntsville Hospital lots at Lowell & Adams.
Tickets including a box dinner from Below the Radar may be ordered.
This popular exhibit will be bigger & better this year. Members of the Bonsai Society will be on hand to answer all your questions & demonstrate styling techniques.
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