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June 2008 - Huntsville Events Calendar - Part 2

Festivals, Concerts, Theatre & Fun Things To Do...

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Don't forget to visit these great local attractions:
Burritt on the Mountain , U.S. Space & Rocket Center , Sci-Quest , Huntsville Museum of Art , EarlyWorks Children's Museum , Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo , Huntsville Botanical Garden, Weeden House Museum , Harmony Park Safari ,Constitution Village , Clay House Museum , Cathedral Caverns State Park , North Alabama Railroad Museum, Historic Lowry House and Veterans Memorial Museum.

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June 13-14
Riverfest (Gadsden)
Admission charged. Outdoor music festival featuring some of the best country and adult contemporary stars in the nation, while showcasing the performing arts, crafts and the region's culinary creations. For more information, call (256) 543-3472.

June 13-15
Huntsville Dragway
Admission charged. Fri. 6 PM, Sat. 4:30 PM & Sun. Noon-5 PM at 502 Quarter Mountain Road, off Jordan Lane (Highway 53) in Harvest. Saturday is the 10th Annual Tennessee Valley Mopar Club Show & Go/Swap Meet. For more information, call (256) 859-0807.

June 13-15
"Children of Eden"
Admission charged. Fri.-Sat. 7:30 pm & Sun. 2:30 pm at Lee High School Lyric Theater, 606 Forrest Circle. The basis of the story is the first book of Genesis & the story of Noah's ark. For more information, call (256) 859-2563.

June 14
Downtown Trolley Tours
Admission charged. Join local historian & author Jacque Gray Reeves on a brilliantly narrated trolley tour through Huntsville's Twickenham District. 10:30 & 11:30. Starts & ends at Alabama Constitution Village, 109 Gates Avenue. For more information, call (256) 535-6564.

June 14
Free Walking Tour of Historic Huntsville
Free. 10 am Depart from Alabama Constitution Village on Gates Street. Enjoy an hour or so walking by some of Alabama's most beautiful antebellum mansions. Randy Roper will share stories about the homes' owners as well as recognizing each site's distinctive style. For more information, call (256) 533-5723.

June 14
PlanetariumProgram
Admission charged. Doors open at 7 PM, show at 7:30 PM at Monte Sano State Park Planetarium, beside the Country Grocery Store & campground. Join us for a family-friendly program to explore the planet Jupiter. For more information, call (256) 539-0316.

June 14
Tennessee Valley Arabian Horse Fun Show
Free. 8 am at Alabama A&M University Agribition Center, 4925 Moores Mill Road. For more information, call (256) 859-5896.

June 14
Fathers' Day Express
Admission for train rides. 10 am & 1 pm at North Alabama Railroad Museum, 694 Chase Road. For more information, call (256) 851-6276. (my photos)

June 14-15
Jazz-N-June
Free. 2 pm at Big Spring Park, Museum of Art Patio. This is one of the largest jazz & music festivals in the state of Alabama, growing larger & better each year. Bring your lawn chairs & blankets & enjoy the continuous music. For more information, call (256) 851-4702.

Don't forget to visit these great local attractions:
Burritt on the Mountain , U.S. Space & Rocket Center , Sci-Quest , Huntsville Museum of Art , EarlyWorks Children's Museum , Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo , Huntsville Botanical Garden, Weeden House Museum , Harmony Park Safari ,Constitution Village , Clay House Museum , Cathedral Caverns State Park , North Alabama Railroad Museum, Historic Lowry House and Veterans Memorial Museum.

Jan l Feb l March l April l May l June l July l Aug l Sept l Oct l Nov l Dec l Nightlife l Movies l Museum & Art Exhibits l Attractions l Restaurant Menus l More Articles l Free Huntsville Newsletter

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