Here are our picks for 5 Things to do This Weekend!
Aesop’s Foibles presented by Fantasy Playhouse
@ VBC Playhouse, February 20-22 & 27- March 1
NOTE: Friday, February 20 show has been cancelled.
Aesop’s fables have never been presented in a more hilarious and clever format, sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Jam-packed with clever dialogue, mad-cap action and modern, uproarious twists, this play retells the fables like you’ve never quite heard them before! Tickets $15.
FREE 4th Annual Rocket City Weather Fest
@ UAH Shelby Center
, Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm postponed indefinitely
Meet local TV meteorologists and enjoy storm spotter training by the National Weather Service, tons of fun kids activities, discussions and prizes. Step inside weather research vehicles and help launch a weather balloon.
FREE Try Hockey for Free
As part of Hockey Weekend Across America, the North Alabama Hockey Association is hosting Try Hockey for Free. Children ages 4-9 are invited to come out and try hockey. No skating experience is necessary and all equipment is provided.
Georgia Bottoms: A Comic Opera of the Modern South presented by Huntsville Symphony Orchestra
@ Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, Saturday, 7:30 pm
Georgia Bottoms is an original comic opera of the modern South, based on the national best-seller by Alabama author Mark Childress, recipient of the 2014 Harper Lee Award. This is the world premier. Tickets $25 – $69.
Can’t Afford Cable Presents: Clockwork Comedy
@ Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, Saturday, 8 pm
Clockwork Comedy returns to the Prototype Multimedia Studios for another edition of hilarity! Featured on this show include local Huntsville comedians. Tickets $8.
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