The Huntsville/Madison area is host to hundreds of events each year! Join us for parades, art fairs, national entertainment, motorcycle rallies, band festivals, jazz and blues, sporting events and more. You will enjoy events filled with celebration, family and fun every season.
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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 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. It includes local patents that track the history of a cotton town turned Rocket City.
This exhibit runs until December 31, 2015.
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.
View the work of William Thomas, a Southern botanical realism artist whose paintings depict both foliage and floral specimens.
Reserve a spot with the talented Chef London for a hurricane and interactive gumbo cooking demonstration. Participants will enjoy the food and receive recipe cards to recreate the experience at home.
Described as "...the greatest American play ever written," the story follows the small town of Grover's Corners. Audiences glimpse the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and live their lives.
This will be an extra-special evening at Lowe Mill when receptions are held for six unique artists:
Roach Chiharu, First Floor Main Gallery - artwork focuses on confronting stereotypes of Asian girls.
Susan Shoemaker, First Floor Ramp Gallery - drawings from her "pencilpress" studio.
Smita Bhakta, First Floor West Gallery - clay sculptures and paintings.
Artists from Boston PaperWorkers Local, Third Floor West Gallery - prints created through a variety of printing techniques.
Chris Taylor, North Floor Gallery - sculpture
Carolyn Wass, First Floor East Gallery - clay sculptures
Exhibits can be viewed March 4 - May 6.
This musical takes audiences on a behind-the-scenes journey to Neverland to find out how Peter Pan became The Boy Who Never Grew Up.
This show is suitable for ages 10 and up.
Shop for fashion, gourmet cuisine, home decor, gifts, skin care and much more from over 50 vendors.
Let the luck of the Irish be with you this St. Patrick’s Day! This casual, charitable St. Patrick’s Day event will feature samples of Irish-themed food and drinks from a variety of local vendors, live performances by Bourbon & Shamrocks and the Fitness Arts Center Irish step dancers, a kids’ area, St. Patrick’s Day photo booth hosted by Your Perfect Party, exciting games with the Irish Society of North Alabama, and one of the best silent auctions in town!
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.
Bring your own kite or purchase one at the festival. There will be kite flying demonstrations, food, kids activities, entertainment and info booths.
This event collides art, light experience, and engineering through projection. More information can be found at downtownhuntsville.org.
Observation of the night sky through the telescope at our Star parties will follow specified programs.
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