Jurassic Quest, the largest & most realistic traveling dinosaur show in North America, is ROARING through Birmingham, AL! Only Jurassic Quest features: * The largest and most realistic dinosaur exhibit including an incredible 50 foot long Megalodon, 60 ft. long, sky-scraping Spinosaurus, the 80 ft. long Apatosaurus and our gigantic LIFESIZE T-Rex. * Walking dinosaur
Welcome to Decatur’s quality-focused children’s consignment event! In business since 2009, Kids’ Swap has become a popular event among moms, grandparents, and entire families. Kids’ Swap enjoys helping families in our community by offering a way to buy and sell all of your children’s high quality clothing, baby gear, toys, books and more! Public Sale
Oakwood Farms Market features farm fresh, organically-grown produce that is grown with no pesticides and harvested daily. Also offering organic juices and smoothies, wellness products and supplements, and a Vegetarian Bistro. 2022 season starts April 8 on Fridays from 12PM – 4PM For details and updates, please visit the Oakwood Farms Market Facebook page.
Moody Farmers Market has the goal to provide fresh foods and products, and direct marketing of farm products the people of the local community and its surrounding areas.
Join the Cook Museum for this 20-30 minute meet & greet presentation with some of the Museum’s live Animal Ambassadors. Focusing on a different topic each week, the animals included will depend on availability, but could be a chuckwalla, an eastern indigo snake, a Mexican alligator lizard, a scorpion, or one of the other live animals from the Museum. Guests will have the opportunity to ask the Museum staff questions. Please note that guests will not be able to touch the animals.
Shop vendors for arts, food and desserts, and listen to live entertainment. Free admission.
@ – New to camping? Don’t feel like traveling far to spend a relaxing evening outdoors? Join us for our Garden campout! We will have a hot dog dinner, s’mores to roast over the fire, a story at bedtime, and a chance to experience the Garden on a guided night hike. Bring your own flashlights,
This class invites collaboration and a little friendly competition with team activities like kickball, soccer, and whiffle ball. A new game each week keeps it interesting, with low to high impact games promoting exercise, mental health and fun. This class is FREE thanks to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama. Please arrive 15 minutes
Experience exotic flavors from different food trucks and listen to live entertainment. Free admission.
Join us for year three of the Moonlight Market at the Gallatin Farmers Market! The Moonlight Market at the Gallatin Farmers Market is presented by the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce and the Gallatin Farmers Market. This outdoor market has a focus on local makers, vintage, and vinyl and takes place each month, May through
Plenty of sweet juicy fun is on tap the third weekend in August with the combination of summer’s favorite fruit and an incredible music line-up during the annual Watermelon Festival in Russellville, Ala. Set for August 19-20, the Watermelon Festival offers arts and crafts, a variety of watermelon contests, car and truck show, food vendors, children’s activities, games and musical entertainment, along with free samples of watermelon.
Live music performances. Bring your own picnic, or purchase food and drinks. 7:30 p.m.
Enjoy free music and purchase food from local restaurants. Donate canned food and non-perishable items to CAN Do. 7:30-9:30 p.m.
The Springfield Parks & Recreation Department is excited to partner with Walmart of Springfield to bring free, family-friendly movies to Springfield. Dates: Third Friday of each month, May-September. Time: At sunset (typically between 7:30 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.) Location: Robertson County Fairgrounds Schedule: May 20: Trolls World Tour June 17: My Big Fat Greek Wedding July 15: Mean Girls (rated
Come celebrate National Honey Bee Day early with us on Friday, August 19, beginning at 7:30PM for a free outdoor screening of Bee Movie with free popcorn in the lawn at Mill Ridge Park. Enjoy lawn games before the movie starts at sunset. Bring a blanket or lawn chair (no drive-in viewing). A portable toilet
Concerts start at 8 p.m.
The Purdy Butterfly House at the Huntsville Botanical Garden is a must-see in May through September! Peak Butterfly Season is the best time of year to visit the fluttering butterflies in the nation’s largest open-air butterfly house. This immersive habitat is home to over 1,000 brightly-colored native butterflies, as well as turtles, fish, and frogs. Come meet our winged friends while enjoying a stroll among the waterfalls, ponds, streams, and lush vegetation.
When was the last time you were on a swing? Huntsville Botanical Garden’s newest exhibit is an invitation to kick up your feet, let time slow down, and rediscover one of the simple joys of summer: swings!
Stake your claim on all the fun at Burritt on the Mountain! Hunt for treasure at this exciting, interactive adventure that comes to life on March 12. Experience the Alabama Gold Rush of 1829 as you shop in the General Store for provisions, build a cabin out of child-size faux logs, pan for gold in the sluice, get hands-on experience with daily chores, and much, much more. Clues are given along the way so you can find “gold nuggets” along with tons of fun. This adventure, geared for children ages 3 to 11, will provide hours of family fun and learning while presenting the rough and tumble life of a prospector and the early history of Alabama.