Don't forget to visit these great local attractions:
Burritt on the Mountain
U.S. Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville Museum of Art
EarlyWorks Children's Museum
, Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo
, Huntsville Botanical Garden
Weeden House Museum
, Harmony Park Safari
, Clay House Museum
, Cathedral Caverns State Park
North Alabama Railroad Museum
, Historic Lowry House
and Veterans Memorial Museum
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Admission charged. 9 am-5 pm at US Space & Rocket Center, One Tranquility Base Huntsville. This is the most innovative traveling exhibition on mathematics to date. The creators of this hands-on exhibit took what interests kids today: extreme sports, music, video games, space, robotics & design & built a 4-D interactive exhibit, where students can experience the math in everyday life. For more info, call: (800) 637-7223.
Hear the call of the wild. Enjoy fireside chats, guided interpretive programs at various bald eagle nesting sites and guest speakers. Each program followed by meals in park's dining room. All activities take place at the park on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Guntersville.
Admission charged.9 AM-5 PM at Huntsville Botanical Garden, 4747 Bob Wallace Avenue Huntsville. Attention all Pooch Parents. Attention all Pooch Parents. Most of the Garden will be a "Leash Zone" but for those bouncy bounders there will be a leash-free zone at the back of the Garden by the columns. Of course, owners are asked to bring bags to clean up after their pets. For more information, call (256) 830-4447.
Admission charged. Tues.-Sat. 11 AM-4 PM, Thurs. 11 AM-8 PM & Sun. 1-4 PM at Huntsville Museum of Art, 300 Church Street. Stand face to face with some of rock & roll's greatest legends from the early 1960s through the 90s. Sound & Vision will present 40 large-scale images of these musicians including Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin & many more. For more information, call (256) 535-4350.
5. February 1-2, 2013: Lonestar RodeoAdmission charged. 7:30 pm at VBC Arena, 700 Monroe Street Huntsville. For more info, call (256) 533-1953.
Admission charged. Fri. 7:30 PM & Sat. 2 & 7:30 PM PM at Merrimack Hall, 3320 Triana Boulevard, Huntsville. Featuring Matthew & Gunnar Nelson, country music stars & sons of Ricky. For mature audiences. For more info, call (256) 534-6455.
Free. 2 pm at Huntlle Public Library, 915 Monroe Street Huntsville. Congresman Lewis shares his perspective of the Civil Rights Movement; 50 years later, kicking off our month long celebration of Black History Month. For more info, call (256) 532-5940.
Admission charged. 7 pm at VBC South Hall, 700 Monroe Street Huntsville. Featuring mixed marshal arts. For more info, call (256) 533-1953.
Admission charged. 7:30 pm at VBC Concert Hall, 700 Monroe Street Huntsville. Mike Svoboda brings his composition "Love Hurts-Carmen Remix," to Huntsville for its American premiere & to enhance an already thrilling evening at the symphony. For more info, call (256) 539-4818.
Free. 6:30 pm at Huntsville Public Library, 915 Monroe Street Huntsville. This program features a re-enactment of abolitionist Heriet Tubman by local actor, Renee Mobley. A question & answer session will follow the presentation. For more info, call (256) 532-5940.