It’s finally warming up! 5 Things To Do This Weekend is full of great events- indoors and out! For even more great events, check out our Events Calendar.
@ Town of Mooresville, Friday 10am- 8pm & Saturday 11am-5pm
Step back in time and head to Mooresville for their Walking Tour Weekend. Experience 19th century village life by strolling beautiful gardens and tree-lined streets, and touring the historic public buildings. Traditional artisans will demonstrate 19th century trades and crafts, and the 19th Alabama Civilian re-enactors will demonstrate life during the harsh times of the American Civil War in a civilian camp set-up. Traditional musicians will perform on porches and streets, and food and drink will be available for purchase. Read more about the Walking Tour weekend.
@ Straight To Ale, Friday 8-11pm
Join local singer/ songwriter Amy McCarley as she previews tracks from her new record with Grammy award winning artist and producer Kenny Vaughan. While you are there, enjoy a beer from a favorite local taproom.
@ Big Spring Park, Saturday 9am-1pm
Head to downtown Huntsville for a menu of FREE physical activities for the entire family including Zumba, yoga, boot camp, tai chi, piloxing, hula hooping, runner’s yoga, pilates, ballroom dance and TRX. Deep Roots of Alabama is also offering a 5K walk/run at 10 a.m. The Saturdays in the Park kickoff also includes a farmer’s market, cooking and gardening demonstrations, and healthy vendor booths. Children’s activities feature kid-friendly fitness, a moon bounce, face painting and magic! Come dressed to participate! Check out all the healthy vendors and giveaways and enjoy a day of healthy food, fun, and fitness in the park.
@The Land Trust Historic Three Caves, Saturday 7:30-10:30pm
Enjoy an evening under the stars at the beautiful Three Caves – an old limestone quarry that is simply magical. Mix in amazing smooth jazz by the highly acclaimed vocalist Annie Sellick, and it will be a night you won’t forget!
@ Butler High School Fine Arts Center, Friday- Saturday 7:30pm & Sunday 2:30pm
It’s the story of a struggling inner-city high school, and the new teacher who comes to make a difference. It is the story of Butler.
And we couldn’t help but mention this local favorite…
@Arab City Park, Saturday 8am (arts and crafts) & 5 (pm music festival)
Even if you aren’t crazy about eating a plate of greens, you can still enjoy art, crafters, old fashioned family fun and good music. This weekend is the annual Poke Salat music festival with activities downtown along Main Street in the morning (beginning at 8am) and a concert at the park in the evening. This year’s concert will be held at the city’s outdoor amphitheater with grass seating, so bring your lawn chairs and blankets. A children’s inflatable area is included. Gates open at 4 p.m. and music begins at 5 p.m.