Concerts in the Park have begun!! Big Spring Park comes alive with music with the annual music series held on the rear patio of the Huntsville Museum of Art (facing the lagoon). Attendees are encouraged to bring seating, picnic dinners and dancing shoes! Concerts are held on Monday evenings at 6:30pm. Click the graphic to find out more!
Burritt on the Mountain presents the 2013 City Lights & Stars Concert Series - step outside the walls of the traditional concert hall with talented, nationally known and local musicians perform under the stars, as audiences enjoy the fine music and Burritt's breathtaking view of the city of Huntsville. The atmosphere is strictly casual - concert goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets and dress appropriately for the weather. Wine, beer, soft drinks and other refreshments will be available. Music starts at 7:30pm, gates open at 6:30. No outside alcohol or dogs please. Tickets are $12 in advance, $10 for members and $15 at the gate for everyone.
Saturdays, from June 1 through September, you'll find fresh fruit and veggies at the Bailey Cove Farmer's Market at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, located at 12200 Bailey Cove Road in Huntsville. The market will be open from 8am until 12 noon.
The sight of whirling, fluttering, swooping butterflies in a kaleidoscope of colors is nothing short of magic at the Purdy Butterfly House at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Along with the butterflies, be on the lookout for turtles sunning themselves in the pond or digging in the dirt. There's lots to see at the Garden, so make plans for your trip today!
The Greatest Walk on Earth, The Walk to Cure Diabetes, will be held September 15, registration at 1pm and the walk begins at 2pm on the Dynetics Campus in Cummings Research Park in Huntsville. For information or to register, click the graphic above or call (256) 794-1970.