Huntsville, Alabama

Upcoming Events in Huntsville Alabama


January

31 - 30Historic Huntsville 10k Walk - 10 Km walk through Twickenham and Old Town historic districts; antebellum structures, downtown parks and lake, Maple Hill Cemetery where Civil War soldiers are buried. Walk has several hills and many steps. Lovely town to walk with friends or family. Ask for the Walk Box and follow the instructions inside.

Address: Huntsville/madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau, 500 Church St. Hunts , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-882-9062 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Walk FREE or for IVV credit. IVV credit is $3.00.

12 - 16Views of the Collection: American Masters - The Museum is pleased to present a selection of art by some of the country's greatest artists.

Ph: 256-535-4350 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

319Independent Musical Productions presents I Do! I Do! and The Last 5 Years - The ups and downs of IMPending Love is what we explore in this winter's first double feature: I Do! I Do! and The Last 5 Years will be presented on alternate performance days. These two Broadway his follow the lives of two separate couples as they navigate through the experiences, feeling, and ultimate choices accompanied by love and marriage Set to the inspiring music and lyrics of Tom Jones (I Do! I Do!) and Jason Robert Brown (The Last 5 Years) this is bound to spark your valentine Spirit. Join us for both shows in the Black Box Theater at Lee High School

I Do! I Do! Jan 31, Feb 8 @ 7:30pm and Feb 1,9 @ 2:30pm

The Last 5 Years Feb 1,7 @ 7:30pm and Feb 2,8 @ 2:30pm

Address: Lee High's Black Box Theater, 2500 Meridian Street , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-415-7469 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: amy.jackson@imphuntsville.org
Web: www.imphuntsville.org
Fee: $23-25

February

26 - 13Art Tells a Story - Using a common thread of visual storytelling, this exhibition incorporates artwork from the museum's permanent collection and inspires visitors, young and old alike, to learn about and appreciate art.

Ph: 256-535-4350 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

26 - 13Animals in Art - Go on a safari and hunt for both imaginary and real animals through an exploration of the jungle of artwork on view. Through a series of interactive components, the patrons will learn about the art in which each animal has made its home.

Ph: 256-535-4350 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

19Independent Musical Productions presents I Do! I Do! and The Last 5 Years - The ups and downs of IMPending Love is what we explore in this winter's first double feature: I Do! I Do! and The Last 5 Years will be presented on alternate performance days. These two Broadway his follow the lives of two separate couples as they navigate through the experiences, feeling, and ultimate choices accompanied by love and marriage Set to the inspiring music and lyrics of Tom Jones (I Do! I Do!) and Jason Robert Brown (The Last 5 Years) this is bound to spark your valentine Spirit. Join us for both shows in the Black Box Theater at Lee High School

I Do! I Do! Jan 31, Feb 8 @ 7:30pm and Feb 1,9 @ 2:30pm

The Last 5 Years Feb 1,7 @ 7:30pm and Feb 2,8 @ 2:30pm

Address: Lee High's Black Box Theater, 2500 Meridian Street, Huntsville, AL 35810 , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-415-7469 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: amy.jackson@imphuntsville.org
Web: www.imphuntsville.org
Fee: $23-25

14 - 16Longhorn World Championship Rodeo - Colorful opening pageantry which includes a tribute to the American cowboy, both ranch and rodeo, with more than 275 professional cowboys and cowgirls competing in bareback and saddle bronc riding, steer wrestling, barrel racing, calf roping and bonus bull riding. Fri. & Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 2 p.m.

Address: Von Braun Center , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 615-876-1016 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.longhornrodeo.com
Fee: Admission charged

22Trinity Storytelling Festival -
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19th Annual Trinity Storytelling Festival
2/22/2014 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM
The New Room (map)
Tell Me a Story! Saturday, February 22 The New Room 10:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m., 6:30 p.m. This year's storytellers: Dolores Hydock and Andy Irwin If you're unable to attend OR you find you've enjoyed the Festival, join us on Sunday morning at 10 am in The New Room or the Sanctuary. Our storytellers will present this week's message!

Free Admission Donations gladly accepted

Address: Trinity United Methodist Church, Huntsville, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-883-3200-ex253 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: joe.estes@trinityhsv.org
Fee: Free

March

21 - 22Madison County Jr. Beef Cattle Show & TN Valley Jr. Beef Expo - 4-H and FFA members compete in the heifer show, showmanship, and steer show. 12 p.m. until.

Address: The Agribition Center , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-859-5896 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

79NEACA SPRING SHOW - Northeast Alabama Craftsmen's Association show with 150 exhibitors displaying jewelry, pottery, clothing, baskets, floral arrangements, all types of woodcrafts, toys, etc. Fri. & Sat., 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m.

Address: Von Braun Center, South Hall, 700 Monroe St. , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-883-0408 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.neaca.org
Fee: Free admission

15Redstone Riders Charity Motorcycle Ride - An annual motorcycle poker run held for over 20 years. The Redstone Rider Poker Run benifits a different charity each year. This years recipient is The Big Oak Ranch, a Christian home for children needing a chance. The Big Oak Ranch is located in Springville, AL.

Address: Chips and Salsa, 10300 Bailey Cove, , Huntsville, Alabama
Fee: Fee for attractions only

April

22Infiniti Entertainment Talent Expo - An opportunity to meet and possibly be discovered by real music talent scouts. Live auditions with representatives from the regions top record lables. After auditions 20 contestants will proceed to a final competition for the opportunity to perform live on stage for the famous "YoungBloodZ" coming later in the month.

Address: Von Braun Center Huntsville, Alabama , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-882-2117 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

29 - 30Twickenham Historical District Assn. Annual Weeden House Antiques Show - Antique dealers from throughout the U.S. offer fine jewelry, silver, furniture, etc. for show and sale. Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun., noon-5:30 p.m.

Address: Roundhouse Depot, Monroe St , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-536-7718 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

29 - 30Spring Farm Days - Spring is a busy season on the farm—the time when most farm animals bear their young—and Burritt will celebrate the arrival of these cuddly creatures with Spring Farm Days. Burritt will be home to a variety of baby farm animals and in addition to our "barnyard guests," there will be storytelling, sheepshearing, music, and other activities related to Spring.

Ph: 256-512-5570 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

5AL0311108e146 - HuntsvilleSigma Wellness: Building Healthier Communities - On behalf of over 100,000 men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Beta Epsilon Sigma Alumni Chapter of North Alabama is requesting your assistance in supporting a community-wide Health Forum to be held on the campus of the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Student Center on Saturday, April 9, 2011 from 11am to 1pm
As you may be aware that as the life-expectancy gap between men and women has decreased, it's no secret that men still need to pay more attention to their bodies. Several things work against men. They tend to smoke and drink more than women. They don't seek medical help as often as women. Some men define themselves by their work, which can add to stress.
As part of our fraternity's national Social Action Program, we have a vested interest in highlighting the areas of health risks for not only men but also women as well of all races and ages in the Northern Alabama region. As part of this forum, we are planning to incorporate presentations by specialized medical physicians, dentists, and health & massage therapists and optometrists and question/answer segments from the audience.

Address: UAH University Center , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256.656.7797 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: b.otey@mchsi.com
Web: www.pbs1914.org/initiatives/sigma_wellness/
Fee: Free

17 - 19Art in Bloom - The Women's Guild of the Huntsville Museum of Art is proud to present this three-day festival showcasing visual and floral art. Attendees will be delighted to see the museum galleries transformed by extraordinary floral arrangements inspired by magnificent works of art.

In addition to the floral displays, each day will feature workshops with leading floral experts in the southeast and beyond, hands on classes, and a "Bloomin’ Tea" and luncheons with lectures on flower arranging and design. An art bazaar featuring area artists will be featured all day and evening Thursday.

Address: Huntsville Museum of Art , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-535-4350 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hmaguild@gmail.com
Web: www.museumguild.org/

18 - 20Panoply Arts Festival - Panoply Arts Festival displays an arts array over the last full weekend in April each year. This outdoor arts festival has 5 stages of music, dance, and theatrical performances; a choreography competition; an art marketplace, where patrons can buy original artwork; an extensive children's make-n-take area; and a new playwright competition.

Ph: 256-519-2787 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

19The Official Alabama State Fiddling Championship at Panoply Arts Festival - Panoply Arts Festival is proud to announce the addition of The Official Alabama State Fiddling Championship. Fiddlers from the four corners of the Fruited Plain will converge on Panoply Arts Festival in Huntsville, Alabama, to compete for the title of The Official Alabama State Fiddle Champion and the much coveted Governor's Cup. If you are a fiddle fanatic or a bluegrass connoisseur, this is your "must attend" event of the year.

Ph: 256-519-2787 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

19 - 20Wild Animals Around the Farm - On Saturday, Big Brown bats, Mexican free-tail bats, Straw-colored fruit bats and Egyptian tomb bats will be the center of attention. On Sunday, learn about wild animals that might be found on or around a farm such as a rat snake, corn snake, barred owl and barn owl. 1-4 p.m.

Ph: 256-512-5570 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.burrittmuseum
Fee: Admission charged

25 - 27Huntsville Gem, Jewelry, & Bead show - Gem, jewelry, and bead show open to the public featuring fine jewelry, fashion jewelry, beads, beading supplies, gemstones, pearls, and more.

Address: Von Braun Center, 700 Monroe St., Huntsville, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 504-455-6101 (Always call and confirm events)
Fax: 504-455-6157
Email: info@aksshow.com
Web: www.aksshow.com
Fee: $5 for the entire weekend

May

25 - 26Whistle Stop Festival & Rocket City BBQ Cook-off - Two days of misc, food and fun on the grounds of the historic depot. Live entertainment, a children's activity area, and barbecue judging highlight the festival. Fri., 4-11 p.m.; Sat., 10 a .m.-11 p.m.

Address: Historic Huntsville Depot , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-564-8116 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.rocketcitybbq.com
Fee: Admission charged

26Historic Homes Tour - Experience Alabama's history through the architecture and ambiance of Huntsville's downtown historic districts while touring several beautiful and interesting homes and churches.

Address: Huntsville, Alabama , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-551-2283 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

27Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll - More than eighty Huntsville residents in period costumes will represent notables from the past, most of whom are buried at Maple Hill. These "voices from past times" include five Alabama governors, a gypsy queen, architect George Steele, artist Howard Weeden and Tallulah Bankhead visiting her mother's grave. 2-4:30 p.m.

Address: Wells Avenue, Maple Hill Cemetery, Wells Ave , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-551-2283 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.huntsvillepilgrimage.org
Fee: Free

10AlaBike Four Hill Century - Explore the byways and steep hills of Madison and Marshall Counties on this varied, beautiful and challenging bicycle tour. Routes from 36 to 100 miles, with up to four challenging hills will give cyclists of any stripe an enjoyable ride. Fully supported with seven rest stops. Six-Mile family fun ride for the less fit or very new rider.

Check out the pre-ride soiree at the host Holiday Inn Hotel in Downtown Huntsville. Sign up for the ride, pick up your packet, enjoy some jazz and a special High-Carb buffet. Mention the Four-Hill bike ride and get a special rate on a great room only 3/4-mile from the start.

Come to Huntsville and take in one of the best rides in the south.

Address: Huntsville/Madison County Visitors Center, 500 Church Street, Huntsville, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256 536-7190 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

10Annual Car, Truck, and Motorcyle Show - Flea market, rree vendor space, free tranportation to museum and discounted museum admission. Antique Stores Nearby.

Ph: 256-508-9589 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

17 - 18Annual North Alabama - Festival is an outdoor celebration with emphasis on new and legendary soul and blues artists. Blues Under the Roof is an indoor gathering for blues lovers. Both events designed to preserve one of the purest and truest forms of African-American music and art, the blues.

Address: Huntsville Jaycees Fairground (Festival); Blues Under the Roof (TBA) , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-536-4312 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

31Spring Bling Pageant - 2014 Spring Bling Pageant for girls ages 3-7 years There will be two categories. Trophies and major prizes for the winner. 2pm to 4:30pm. Sponsored by TJMAXX.

Address: 914 Monroe St SW , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-533-3300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: dcpp2alcd@yahoo.com
Web: www.the-alcd.webs.com
Fee: $5.00 Advance

June

Summer Tours of Three Caves Quarry - Hot summer days made more fun with a cool tour of old Huntsville limestone quarry which is quickly becoming a natural cave. June, July, August. Call for exact dates.

Address: Three Caves Quarry , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-534-5263 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.landtrust-hsv.org
Fee: Free

24Fern Festival & Sale - The Fern Glade is lush and green with more than 150 fern species. The Fern Sale will feature around 30 varieties hardy in north Alabama. Get care and growing advice from experts.

Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

24 - 25Master Gardeners - At the Demonstration Vegetable Garden Master Gardeners will show best growing practices for home gardening enthusiasts. Composting techniques will be demonstrated and tasty home grown dishes will be available for tasting. No gardening question will go unanswered.

Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

25 - Eight lovely private gardens will be open for tour in the Old Town Historic District. All are within easy walking distance. Refreshments will be provided. Enjoy this biannual Sunday afternoon event from 1-5:30 pm on June 4, 2006. A nominal admission fee will be charged. For additional information, contact our website, www.oldtownhsv.org or call 256-539-2815.

Address: Huntsville, AL, Old Town Historic District , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-880-9628 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

311Suburban Splendor: A Tour of City Gardens - Take a peek inside some of the most magnificent gardens in Madison County. Wonderful landscaping, plant collections and a fabulous selection of formal and informal garden spaces.

Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

78Daylily Festival - Celebrate Father's Day with flower fireworks as the daylilies reach their magnificent peak during this weekend. Recognized by the National Hemerocalis Society as an official display garden. More over 800 cultivars in full bloom. Daylily experts on hand to answer questions. 1-5 p.m.

Address: Huntsville Botanical Garden , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.hsvbg.org
Fee: Admission charged

13 - 21Into the Woods - Independent Musical Productions - Join Independent Musical Productions in their presentation of Into the Woods! The make believe world of the Brothers Grimm sets the stage for a tale of consequence as a series of well-known fairytale characters all set out on a quest for their ultimate wish. The unbelievably clever lyrics and music of Stephen Sondheim bring brilliance to the stage as he intertwines some very familiar childhood stories with the realities of life.

Address: Main Stage Theater, 250 Meridian Street , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-415-SHOW (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@imphuntsville.org
Web: www.imphuntsville.org
Fee: 18$-30$

14 - 15Herb Festival - Learn everything you need to know about herbs on a guided tour by members of the Huntsville Herb Society. Beds include culinary, medicinal, biblical, dye, childrens', and heart healthy.

Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

14Into the Woods Children's Event - Independent Musical Productions - Join Independent Musical Productions for their Children's Event in combination with their production of Into the Woods. This presentation includes special question and answer sessions and a character reception during intermission. Have cookies with a princess and punch with a prince! In Into the Woods the make believe world of the Brothers Grimm sets the stage for a tale of consequence as a series of well-known fairytale characters all set out on a quest for their ultimate wish. The unbelievably clever lyrics and music of Stephen Sondheim bring brilliance to the stage as he intertwines some very familiar childhood stories with the realities of life.

Address: Main Stage Theater, 250 Meridian Street , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-415-SHOW (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@imphuntsville.org
Web: www.imphuntsville.org
Fee: $8-$10

21AL0311108e137 - HuntsvilleLittle Miss Alabama - State Beauty Pageant Scholarship Program for all girls 0-19 years of age!

We have had many calls, asking if the State Pageant is still on due to the recent tornado damage that happen here in Huntsville, We are praying for all the families that lost their homes and loved ones!

There was intensive damage many different place, and fortunately we didn't suffer any major damage and the facility where the pageant will be held didn't either, so we look forward to seeing you at this years 2011 State Pageant!

Address: VBC Playhouse on clinton ave , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-513-0554 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@littlemissalabama.com
Web: www.littlemissalabama.com
Fee: 10.00 for adults 5.00 for children under 4 free

July

4BBQ & Bluegrass - The Art Krewe of the Huntsville Museum of Art presents this fabulous evening of wonderful bluegrass music and traditional barbeque (available for purchase). Admission to the galleries will be waived from 6-8 p.m.

Ph: 256-535-4350 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.hsvmuseum.org
Fee: Free

4Huntsville Herb Society Herb Fair - Every other year, the Huntsville Herb Society host a fair and introduces new and different items for sale to the public, including tried and true herb varieties, herb mixes, teas, vinegars, mustards, and wreaths prepared by the society. The Huntsville Herb Society was formed in 1984.

Address: in the arbor , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256 881-0383 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

August

2Twickenham Doll Club Show and Sale - The Twickenham Doll Club's Annual Doll Show & Sale features a wide variety of dolls that will be sure to delight doll enthusiasts. This year over 40 vendors from across the Southeast will be gathered for both the serious collector and those just starting out. Along with artist’s dolls, we will have numerous vendors with vintage hard plastic dolls from Madame Alexander, German and French antique bisque dolls, play dolls from Marie Osmond and Adora, plus many surprises of all kinds. 10am - 4pm.

Come join us as we celebrate 38 years of doll loving fun! For more information call Sonya Heim, or email.

Twickenham Doll Club photos and additional information is also available at http://twickenhamdollclub.blogspot.com/

Address: Huntsville Jaycees Building 2180 Airport RD Huntsville, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-479-3251 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Twickenhamdollclub@earthlink.net
Web: www.twickenhamdollclub.webs.com
Fee: $5 Adults $2 Children Under 5 FREE!

September

22 - 21Scarecrow Trail & Enchanted Forest - More than 100 scarecrows will be hanging out in the Garden. Everything from scary, funny to totally outrageous! Weekend hayrides, music and the Amazing Sorghum Maze. Fall planting throughout the Garden will be a blaze of color.

Ph: 256-430-3572 , ext. (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

30Annual Old-Fashioned Trade Day on the Square - Arts, crafts, antiques, books, food, and entertainment in front of Harrison Brothers Hardware and around the courthouse square downtown.

Address: Courthouse Square , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-536-4537 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

4Poker Run Benefiting Operation Smile - The POKER RUN benefits OPERATION SMILE a charity that restores children's deformed faces. First out at 10:30 from Chips and Salsa Cantina located 10300 Bailey Cove, Huntsville, AL. (Near Weatherly and Bailey Cove.) Prize for best hand is $240. Games, 50/50, awards. Rider: $10.00. Passenger $5.00. Everyone invited. All bike clubs and non club riders.

Address: 10300 Bailey Cove, Chips and Salsa Cantina , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-880-1202 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bevandgeo@knology.net
Fee: $10.00

57NEACA Annual Fall Craft Show - Northeast Alabama Craftsmen's Association show with 150 exhibitors displaying jewelry, pottery, clothing, baskets, floral arrangements, all types of woodcrafts, toys, etc. Fri. & Sat., 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-5 p.m.

Address: Von Braun Center, South Hall, 700 Monroe St. , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-883-2199 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.neaca.org
Fee: Free

6All-You-Can-Eat Century Ride - Come join the Spring City Cycling Club of Huntsville for the 22nd Annual All-You-Can-Eat Century Bicycle Ride. Ride through the beautiful rolling hills of northern Alabama and southern Tennessee miles on routes of 25,50, 62, 90, or 106 miles. Enjoy great rest stops, SAG support and our famous italian dinner after your ride.

Address: Madison County High School, Gurley, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256.880.9347 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

7Free Day at Burritt on the Mountain with the Dulcimer Festival - Enjoy FREE admission to Burritt on the Mountain and hear the music from Mountain Dulcimer Association of Huntsville. Held in and around the Gazebo. Dulcimer makers and players from several states provide a blend of informal jam session, performances, demonstrations, and displays. For an enjoyable afternoon of toe-tapping, harmonious music, plan to be here and bring the entire family. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic lunch. Sponsored by the Mountain Dulcimer Association of Huntsville. Donation requested for adults, children are free.

Ph: 256-512-5570 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

12Beta Epsilon Sigma Presents: The 1st Annual Sigma BluAu - Calling all Mature Party People! On Friday, September 16 at Sports Vision night Club the Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will be hosting it's first Annual "BluAu"

Advance tickets are $5.00; admission at the door is 10.00
The event is being held the same weekend of the Alabama A&M Vs. Tuskegee Game and the club is right across the street from the football field. So if you want to get your Grown and Sexy on in a safe environment with a mature crowd of some of Alabamas Finest women and Well dressed men, Hit me up: williamsnk2000@yahoo.com, inbox me on facebook, RSVP, or just text me 337-257-8446

Address: Sport Vision Restaurant 4701 Meridian Street Huntsville, AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 337-257-8446 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: williamsnk2000@yahoo.com
Web: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=254237137942
Fee: $10

19 - 20Big Spring Jam - An exciting outdoor music festival with rock, country, jazz and contemporary music performances. Fri., 6 p.m.-midnight; Sat., 1 p.m.-midnight; Sun., 1-11 p.m.

NOTE: Organizers announced in November 2011 that they would "shelve" the event for the immediate future with plans to "retool" or "recreate" it at some point when the economy improves and local interest increases.

Address: Big Spring Park, downtown , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-551-2359 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

October

10 - 12Fanfare 2013 - This quilt show is sponsored by Heritage Quilters of Huntsville. It is a judged show with over 250 quilts on display. Show includes a raffle quilt, quilting demonstrations, bed turning, and vendors.

Address: Von Braun Center, 700 Monroe St SW Huntsville, AL 35801 , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256 883-7124 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: katw002@aol.com
Web: www.hsvquilters.org
Fee: $8.00, children under 6 free

18Indian Heritage Festival - Celebrate Alabama's rich Native American heritage - " Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Creek. Always a fan favorite, enjoy our annual Indian Heritage Harvest Festival. Savor the sights and smells of fall on the mountain, as Native Americans show us their talents and wares and we learn how early settlers of the region prepared for the winter.10:00am - 4:00pm.

Address: 3101 Burritt Drive , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-536-2882 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tammy.cooney@huntsvilleal.gov
Web: burrittonthemountain.com
Fee: $1.00 over regular admission

24 - 25Spooktacular Science Halloween Party - This fall, Sci-Quest has Halloween down to a science! Join us for our annual Spooktacular Science Halloween Party for all ages and meet some amazing special guests and see our thrilling demonstrations. Visit the different Halloween activity stations and catch the popular Mystery Science Show. Make sure you dress up in your favorite Halloween outfit and enter the kids or adult costume contests with cool prizes. Spooktacular Science is fun for the whole family!
Friday from 6 to 9 p.m.
Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m.

Address: Sci-Quest Science Center, 102 D Wynn Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35805 , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-837-0606 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: sci-quest.org
Fee: $9.00

241The Addams Family Musical - Get into the Halloween spirit with Independent Musical Productions while they present The Addams Family Musical! Wednesday Addams has grown up and found love. Watch as her macabre family meets her "normal" boyfriend and his parents. Show dates are October 24, 25, 30, and 31 at 7:30, and October 26 and November 1 at 2:30. Tickets are $18-30 with senior, student, and military discounts available. Like Independent Musical Productions on Facebook or call 256-415-SHOW for more information.

Address: Main Stage Theater, 250 Meridian Street , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-415-SHOW (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@imphuntsville.org
Web: www.imphuntsville.org
Fee: $15-$30 with senior, student, and military discounts available

November

12Annual Mid-South Woodcarving Show & Competition - Woodcarving show, competition, and sale featuring top carvers from around the Southeast. The show features demonstrations in woodcarving & woodworking, fine arts, caricatures, holiday gifts, tree ornaments, carving tools & supplies.
Sat. 9 AM-5 PM & Sun. 10 AM-4 PM

Address: Huntsville Depot Roundhouse, 320 Church Street Huntsville, AL 35801 , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 800-678-1819 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.huntsville.org
Fee: Free

5Tasia's Table Cooking Class - Join Tasia Malakasis, head cheesemaker at Belle Chevre and author of Tasia’s Table, for a relaxed and informal cooking class, always with tastings of each dish and special wine pairings. Classes will be held in Tasia’s own kitchen, where the cheesemaker and cookbook author cooks nightly. Enjoy a lovely night as Tasia shares her culinary knowledge with you and a few other guests. Classes will be from 8-12 people, and attendees will receive copies of the recipes and a custom kitchen notebook. The charge is $100/class, and if you sign up for the whole series, you get one class free. They last from 6pm to 8pm.

See the schedule below for class offerings. Book on www.bellechevre.com, www.tasiastable.com, by calling 256 423 2238 or emailing email@bellechevre.com.

November 7 : Dejunkifying Your Favorite Party Foods



November 7 :::: “Dejunkifying Your Favorite Party Foods” Velveeta, dips, cheese puffs…we all have a favorite item off the party buffet table. What if it was actually mildly healthy? Tasia shows you how to take your favorite party foods to the next level, with all-natural, healthy ingredients.

Address: Tasia's House , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 2564232238 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: email@bellechevre.com
Web: www.tasiastable.com/cookingclasses
Fee: 100

21 - 28Galaxy of Lights Driving Tours - Alabama's largest holiday celebration features a magnificent 1.75- mile holiday light extravaganza with larger-than-life animated light displays. See Santa soaring over a winter village, nursery rhyme characters dancing and frolicking amongst scenes of the season, and experience the magic of the twinkling icicle forest. 5:30-9 p.m. Saturday after Thanksgiving through December.

Address: Huntsville Botanical Garden , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-430-3572 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.hsvbg.org
Fee: Admission charged

22 - 28Santa - Visit the village that Santa calls home. Wander through the Claus' house. See reindeer in their stables and the elves in the toy shop. Saturday after Thanksgivng until December 23. Thurs.-Sun., 5-9 p.m.

Address: Alabama Constitution Village , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-564-8100 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.earlyworks.com
Fee: Admission charged

December

29Candlelight Christmas - Dr. Burritt's Mansion and all the historic houses will abound with holiday cheer. There will be hands-on activities, entertainment, hot apple cider, cookies, and a visit from St. Nicholas.

Ph: 256-536-2882 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

29Galaxy of Lights Driving Tours - Alabama's largest holiday celebration features a magnificent 1.75- mile holiday light extravaganza with larger-than-life animated light displays. See Santa soaring over a winter village, nursery rhyme characters dancing and frolicking amongst scenes of the season, and experience the magic of the twinkling icicle forest. 5:30-9 p.m. Saturday after Thanksgiving through December.

Address: Huntsville Botanical Garden , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-430-3572 x290 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.hsvbg.org
Fee: Admission charged

291A Christmas Carol - The classic tale of Charles Dickens' performed as a musical by Fantasy Playhouse Children's Theater.

Address: Von Braun Center Playhouse, Huntsville, Alabama , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-539-6829 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

296Santa Train at the Museum - Come on out and see the train decorated inside and out. Talk and visit with Santa on the train and let the little ones have their picture made with him. And surprise, all the good youngsters will get a special treat from Santa before the day is done. We have expanded our schedule to try and make sure everyone gets to ride that wants to. These leisurely Santa Train rides last approximately forty minutes.
Two weekends, Sat/Sun and Sat.

Address: North Ala. RR Museum, 694 Chase Rd., Hsv. AL , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-851-6276 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.northalabamarailroadmuseum.com
Fee: Fee for attractions only

29 - 21Santa's Village - Visit the village that Santa calls home. Wander through the Claus' house. See reindeer in their stables and the elves in the toy shop. Friday after Thanksgivng until December 23. Nightly., 5-9 p.m.

Address: Earlyworks Museum Complex , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-564-8100 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.earlyworks.com
Fee: Admission charged

29Holiday Magic - Guests will savor special holiday dinners in the Mansion and the Log Houses. Large groups may also dine in the Church. The evening starts with hors d'oeuvres and entertainment in the Trillium Room. A guide in historic costume then escorts attendees by candle light to their dining location. Carolers and Saint Nick pay a visit during the meal. Reservation required.

Ph: 256-512-5570 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Admission charged

1AL0311108e127 - HuntsvilleHeritage Ringers Annual Handbell Concert - The Heritage Ringers of Huntsville, a non profit community concert Handbell Choir will present its annual Holiday Concert Monday, December 3, at 7:30 pm. The concert, will be held in the Church Sanctuary at 607 Airport Road.

The Program includes tradition music, arrangements of classical favorites and original compositions for handbells. The Choir has been performing in our area since 1985. The Choir utilizes six octaves of bells and six and on-half octaves of handchimes.

The concert is open to the public free of chare. No tickets for reservations are necessary. A nursery will be provided at the church. For further information contact Jim Rogers at 256.536-4133 or Director Dr. Dan Lawhon at 256.428.9423, First Baptist Church 600 Governors Drive 35801 Huntsville, AL

Address: Trinity United Methodist Church, 607 Airport Road, Huntsville AL 35801 , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256.536.4133 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: becky_rogers@hotmail.com
Web: www.heritageringers.org
Fee: FREE - no tickets required, Nursery will be provided

46Holiday Magic - Perhaps one of the most popular fundraisers at Burritt, Holiday Magic has become a holiday tradition for many. These annual dinners in the Mansion, in the Historic Park and in the Old Country Church are a must for families, supper clubs and friends. Each year guests enjoy the delicious food along with a visit from Father Christmas and the delightful music of carolers. The dinners in the Historic Park are family style and relaxed while the atmosphere for the more upscale Mansion dinners is decorative and formal. The Church is available for company parties for up to 80 people. For reservations for the church call Caroline Kelly at 256-512-5570. Reservations for the Mansion and Historic Park can be made by calling Butch Damson at 256-534-4361.

Address: Burritt Mansion & Park , Huntsville, Alabama
Ph: 256-536-2882 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.burrittonthemountain.com


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