Summer officially starts June 20, but we’ve sure been feeling the summer heat around here.
Our calendar is packed full and new events are being added daily. To give you a start for your summertime fun, here are 15 things to do this summer in Huntsville!
Play over 25 holes of putt putt around Downtown Huntsville.
Date: Now – June 26
Earlyworks has gone to the dogs with special dog guests, activities and more.
Date: Through end of July
Cost: $12 adult, $10 kid, $5 toddler
Explore the homes of creatures real and imaginary.
Date: Through end of October
Cost: $12 adults, $8 kids (3-18), under 2 free
Try out a working storm shelter equipped with hands-on safety games, experience the shaking created by earthquakes and generate electricity with your own pedal power! And SO MUCH more!
Date: Through July 25
Cost: Adults (13 & up) $23, Children (5-12) $15, Children 4 & under free
Once again the Historic Park features stories from 19th century children’s literature and for a lively touch, yarn bombing.
Date: Through September 19
Cost: Admission $8 – $10
Meet a number of people who have worked on the series, including Colin Baker who played the Sixth Doctor.
Date: June 25 – 26
Cost: 2 Day Membership–Adult $60; 2 Day Membership – Child (7 – 13) $30.00; 2 Day Membership – Child (6 and under) free
Plenty of great food and beer for purchase – provided by Straight to Ale, Yellowhammer, and Silver Spoon Catering. Plus brats!
Date: June 25
Farnsworth’s hand-carved figurative sculptures encapsulate the artist’s interests in character, story, craft, mechanics, composition, empathy, and social commentary.
Date: June 26 through October
Cost: $12: Adult, non-member, $5: Children 6 and up & Students, free for members
Music, food and fun at this family-friendly event.
Date: June 26
Cost: $10 suggested donation
July movie is Raiders of the Lost Ark and the August movie is Aladdin.
Date: July 8, August 12
Celebrate the longstanding tradition of storytelling. Grab a blanket and some lawn chairs and enjoy the sunset view during an evening of live storytelling and music.
Date: July 12
Epic Comedy Hour is celebrating its 5 Year Anniversary with 2 nights of comedy.
Date: July 22 – 23
Cost: $10 for show $20 weekend pass
All proceeds will benefit the Melissa George Neonatal Memorial Fund at Huntsville Hospital Foundation for state-of-the-art equipment.
Date: August 5
14. Summer Concerts!
From Concerts in the Park to Three Caves, there are LOTS of live music opportunities this summer.
Every Saturday at 6 pm, departing from Harrison Brothers Hardware. Tickets are $10 adults and $5 for kids 12 and under.