5 fun things to do this weekend in Huntsville!
Skating in the Park Opens
@ Huntsville Museum of Art, Friday 11/18, 4 pm
Get ready to lace up your skates at the Huntsville Museum of Art’s outdoor ice skating rink – our very own version of “Rocket-fella” Center. Admission fees apply.
Broadway Theatre League presents Dirty Dancing
@ Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, Friday 11/18 – Sunday 11/20, 5 performances
The classic story on stage is a record-breaking live theatre sensation, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance and sensational dancing. Featuring the hit songs, “Hungry Eyes,” “Hey Baby,” “Do You Love Me?” and the heart-stopping “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life.” Tickets start at $29.
FREE Kris Kringle Market
@ Dublin Park, Saturday 11/19, 9 am
The Madison Arts Council and Madison Parks and Recreation are teaming up bring back a cherished German and European tradition. The Market will feature artisans and craftsmen from across North Alabama, an Olde World Santa, lantern-making workshops for children, and various food and drink options for our guests.
FREE Monte Sano History Hike
@ Land Trust Hikers Parking Lot, Saturday 11/19, 10 – 12: 30 pm
Bruce Martin will lead hikers on a BIG circle that includes the Nature Preserve’s Bluff Line Trail and High Trail. You’ll visit the historic baths used by the Monte Sano Hotel, and learn about the forest, the geology and the Mountain’s history.
- Drop In & Create, Huntsville Museum of Art, Saturday 11/19, 11 am – 1 pm
- FolklifeWorkshop – Block Print Greeting Cards, Burritt on the Mountain, Saturday 11/19, 1 – 4 pm
- Speed Crafting, Bailey Cove Branch Library, Saturday 11/19, 2 – 4 pm
Walter Jones Turkey Bowl
@ Milton Frank Stadium, Saturday 11/19
Flag football tournament comprised of multiple teams, with at least seven players per team. Each team is guaranteed to play in a minimum of two games. All proceeds raised from sponsors will go to benefit House of the Harvest.
For even more great events,
check out our Events Calendar!
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