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Cutest Cat Contest
Contestants in the Cutest Cat Contest for Huntsville, Alabama. Owners show off their favorite felines.

Christmas in Arab
Arab lights up their city park the day after Thanksgiving until New Yeark's Eve with Christmas lights and entertainment. The fun starts at dusk and lasts until 10:30 pm.

Westin Huntsville
The Westin Huntsville is located in Bridge Street Town Centre in Huntsville and features 210 guest rooms, indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool, workout gym, a business center, Heavenly Day Spa, Sage Grille and lobby lounge, seven meeting rooms, and a 7,972 square foot ballroom.

Spa Botanica Photos - Pictures of Embassy Suites Spa - Huntsville Day Spa Photos
On the second floor of the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Huntsville, you will find the door to a whole world of pampering at Spa Botanica.

HOPE Place Photos - Domestic Violence Shelters Pictures - Huntsville AL Pictures
HOPE Place is a safe, confidential shelter for adult and child victims of domestic violence. HOPE Place is a program of Crisis Services of North Alabama.

HOPE Place Photos - Domestic Violence Shelters Pictures - Huntsville AL Pictures
HOPE Place is a safe, confidential shelter for adult and child victims of domestic violence. HOPE Place is a program of Crisis Services of North Alabama.

The Yurt Garden Photos - Spiritual Retreats in Huntsville Pictures
The Yurt Garden is a spiritual retreat center in rural Gurley near Huntsville, Alabama where you can go to get away from the stresses of city living and enjoy a massage, facial, yoga, healing touch or intuitive coaching by a professional. The Yurt Garden is also available for rent as a retreat or getaway for a group.

Angel Flight Photos - Medical Planes - Angel Flight Huntsville Pictures
Angel Flight America provides free air transportation to people in need of medical help in distant locations. Angel Flight American has seven regional centers in different parts of the United States including Angel Flight Southeast, Angel Flight Northeast, Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic, Angel Flight South Central, Angel Flight Central, Angel Flight West, and Mercy Medical.

Lowry House Photos - Pictures of Historic Homes - Huntsville Attractions
The Historic Lowry House in Huntsville was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. In June 2006 it was restored and reopened for weddings, receptions and meetings.

Lowry House Photos - Pictures of Historic Homes - Huntsville Attractions
The Historic Lowry House in Huntsville was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. In June 2006 it was restored and reopened for weddings, receptions and meetings.

Lowry House Photos - Pictures of Historic Homes - Huntsville Attractions
The Historic Lowry House in Huntsville was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. In June 2006 it was restored and reopened for weddings, receptions and meetings.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Children's Museum
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Childrens Museum - Pictures of Huntsville Museums - Photos of Kids Museums
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Childrens Museum - Pictures of Huntsville Museums - Photos of Kids Museums
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

EarlyWorks Childrens Museum - Pictures of Huntsville Museums - Photos of Kids Museums
EarlyWorks Children's Museum is the largest hands-on history museum in the South. Some of the fun activities include: Hearing stories from the talking tree, playing a tune on the giant-sized instruments at the Alabama bandstand and trying your hand at building a house in the interactive architecture exhibit. You can also walk the gangplank and explore a 46-foot keelboat, stroll through Alabama's agricultural and industrial history and try on 1800's clothing in the Federal house.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

Burritt on the Mountain Photos - Burritt Museum Pictures - Huntsville Attractions Photos
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

2009 Huntsville's Cutest Baby Contest - Photos of Huntsville Babies
There's nothing cuter than a sweet, innocent little baby. Take a look at the finalists in the 2009 Cutest Baby in Huntsville Contest. Be sure and vote for your favorite in the polls.

Take Your Dog to Work
June 20th was designated as a National

Cast Iron Cookware Factory
Lodge Manufacturing in South Pittsburg, Tennessee is the only company in the United States that is dedicated to solely manufacturing and producing cast iron cookware. For over 100 years, Lodge Manufacturing has produced the most extensive line of quality cast iron on the market.

Snow in Huntsville
After living in Iowa for 30 years, I think I've seen my fair share of snow. But just a couple of flakes of snow in Alabama brings out the kid in everyone.

Huntsville Luminaries
One of the most beautiful nights in Huntsville occurs on the second Saturday in December when the Twickenham Historic District is aglow with over 5,000 luminaries for their annual

Buckhorn Tavern Skirmish
September 29-October 1, 2006 was the first time in ten years that the Buckhorn Tavern Skirmish was Reenacted in a Civil War Living History Weekend at Sharon Johnson Park in New Market, Alabama.

Merrimack Hall Tour Photos - Historic Merrimack Hall Pictures
Alan and Debra Jenkins have remodeled the historic Merrimack Hall. It's a 25,000 square foot building that will become a Performing Arts Center and will provide educational programs and performance opportunities to local groups and national tours.

Saturn V Photos - Moving Saturn V Pictures - USSRC Photos
In July 2007, the Saturn V, a National Historic Landmark, was moved from its resting place at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, where it had been since June 1969. The USSRC is building the Davidson Saturn V Center to house the rocket and protect it from harsh weather elements.

Point Mallard Aquatic Center Photos - Water Park Pictures - Alabama Attractions - Decatur Water Parks Photos
Point Mallard Aquatic Center in Decatur, Alabama features the first wave pool in America. It opened August 9, 1970 with attendance at the waterpark of 500. The 2007 opening day attendance was 2,068.

Point Mallard Aquatic Center Photos - Water Park Pictures - Alabama Attractions - Decatur Water Parks Photos
Point Mallard Aquatic Center in Decatur, Alabama features the first wave pool in America. It opened August 9, 1970 with attendance at the waterpark of 500. The 2007 opening day attendance was 2,068.

Point Mallard Aquatic Center Photos - Water Park Pictures - Alabama Attractions - Decatur Water Parks Photos
Point Mallard Aquatic Center in Decatur, Alabama features the first wave pool in America. It opened August 9, 1970 with attendance at the waterpark of 500. The 2007 opening day attendance was 2,068.

Fishing Rodeo Photos - Kids Fishing Pictures - Huntsville AL Photos
Every year in June, the City of Huntsville's Department of Recreation Services sponsors a The Wally Vess Youth Fishing Rodeo for children ages 6 to 12 years old. Prizes and awards are given for 3 male and 3 female age groups for largest fish and most fish.

2007 Japanese Garden Festival Photos - Monte Sano Mountain Pictures - Alabama Festivals
Tucked away in a hidden place in Monte Sano State Park in Huntsville is a beautiful Japanese Garden. The two-acre garden is surrounded by bamboo. Following the path leads to one of two little red bridges.

Kids Kamp Photos - Hospital Pediatric Play Garden Pictures - Huntsville Hospital Photos
Kids Kamp is a new Pediatric play garden at Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children. Kids Kamp ushers children into a fantasy-like camp setting, complete with a bright, colorful mural and a charming rock garden.

Nature Trail In Spring - Photos of Nature Trail - Green Mountain Pictures
One delightful and often overlooked place for picnics, meetings, relaxing and fun is the Madison County Nature Trail on Green Mountain in south Huntsville. Enjoy a beautiful place to walk and exercise and enjoy some fresh mountain air.

2007 Historic Homes Tour Photos - Twickenham Old Town Five Points Pictures - Huntsville Photos
2007 Historic Homes Tour sponsored by the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association includes tours of six private homes, three residential gardens and First United Methodist Church. This is the only home tour that includes homes in three historic districts--Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points Historic Districts.

Cast Iron Cookware Factory Photos - Making Cast Iron Skillets Pictures
Cast iron cooking is number one in South Pittsbugh. Lodge Manufacturing in South Pittsburg, Tennessee is the only company in the United States that is dedicated to solely manufacturing and producing cast iron cookware. For over 100 years, Lodge Manufacturing has produced the most extensive line of quality cast iron on the market.

Cast Iron Cookware Factory Photos - Making Cast Iron Skillets Pictures
Cast iron cooking is number one in South Pittsbugh. Lodge Manufacturing in South Pittsburg, Tennessee is the only company in the United States that is dedicated to solely manufacturing and producing cast iron cookware. For over 100 years, Lodge Manufacturing has produced the most extensive line of quality cast iron on the market.

Cast Iron Cookware Factory Photos - Making Cast Iron Skillets Pictures
Cast iron cooking is number one in South Pittsbugh. Lodge Manufacturing in South Pittsburg, Tennessee is the only company in the United States that is dedicated to solely manufacturing and producing cast iron cookware. For over 100 years, Lodge Manufacturing has produced the most extensive line of quality cast iron on the market.

Wisteria Pictures - Flowering Vines Photos - Spring Flowers Picture
Images of romantic, hazy, lazy days of the South just aren't complete without wisteria, the most gorgeous vine dripping from porches, trees and fences. Even Claude Monet loved the plant and made it the subject of one of his paintings.

Wisteria Pictures - Flowering Vines Photos - Spring Flowers Picture
Images of romantic, hazy, lazy days of the South just aren't complete without wisteria, the most gorgeous vine dripping from porches, trees and fences. Even Claude Monet loved the plant and made it the subject of one of his paintings.

Huntsville Luminaries Photos - Christmas in Huntsville Pictures - Holiday Photos
One of the most beautiful nights in Huntsville occurs on the second Saturday in December when the Twickenham Historic District is aglow with over 5,000 luminaries for their annual

Snow in Huntsville Photos - Snow Pictures - Huntsville AL Photos
After living in Iowa for 30 years, I think I've seen my fair share of snow. But just a couple of flakes of snow in Alabama brings out the kid in everyone.

Snow in Huntsville Photos - Snow Pictures - Huntsville AL Photos
After living in Iowa for 30 years, I think I've seen my fair share of snow. But just a couple of flakes of snow in Alabama brings out the kid in everyone.

Snow in Huntsville Photos - Snow Pictures - Huntsville AL Photos
After living in Iowa for 30 years, I think I've seen my fair share of snow. But just a couple of flakes of snow in Alabama brings out the kid in everyone.

Embassy Suites Hotel Tour - Photos of Embassy Suietes - Pictures Huntsville Hotels
Downtown Huntsville is the location of the new Embassy Suites Hotel, featuring 10 stories with 295 two-room suites, Ruth's Chris Steak House and a full service Spa Botanika day spa.

Embassy Suites Hotel Tour - Photos of Embassy Suietes - Pictures Huntsville Hotels
Downtown Huntsville is the location of the new Embassy Suites Hotel, featuring 10 stories with 295 two-room suites, Ruth's Chris Steak House and a full service Spa Botanika day spa.

Old Town Tour Photos - Pictures Old Town - Historic Huntsville Photos
Old Town was designated as a Huntsville Historic District on December 12, 1974. Most of the homes date from 1880 to 1929, but the oldest house was built in 1828. On July 18, 1978, Old Town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Old Town Tour Photos - Pictures Old Town - Historic Huntsville Photos
Old Town was designated as a Huntsville Historic District on December 12, 1974. Most of the homes date from 1880 to 1929, but the oldest house was built in 1828. On July 18, 1978, Old Town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Jaycees Northeast Alabama Fair Photos - Pictures of NE State Fair Carnival - Petting Zoos - Alabama Fairs
The Huntsville Jaycees Northeast Alabama State Fair has the largest midway of exhibits & concessions in northeast Alabama. Northeast Alabama State Fair features midway rides, shooting games, contests, and live entertainment.

Jaycees Northeast Alabama Fair Photos - Pictures of NE State Fair Carnival - Petting Zoos - Alabama Fairs
The Huntsville Jaycees Northeast Alabama State Fair has the largest midway of exhibits & concessions in northeast Alabama. Northeast Alabama State Fair features midway rides, shooting games, contests, and live entertainment.

Ground Zero photos - 911 Exhibit Pictures - Huntsville Museum of Art Exhibits - September 11 Memories Photos
The Aftermath: Images from Ground Zero by Joel Meyerowitz exhibition features the emotionally compelling images that stunned a nation following the terrorist attacks of 9-11. As the only photographer allowed in Ground Zero, Joel Meyerowitz documents the heroic efforts of recovery crews while also paying tribute to the lives lost.

American Idol Concert Photos - Taylor Hicks Pictures - American Idol Concert - Birmingham
Photos from the American Idol Concert in Taylor Hicks hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. American Idol takes Birmingham by storm.

Summer Arts Stroll Photos - Pictures Arts Festival in Huntsville
A summer arts festival in Huntsville from downtown courthouse square to Meridian Arts 305 Jefferson included fun and entertainment on a Thursday night in July as over 80 artists sold fine oil paintings, watercolors, ceramics, pottery, blown glass vases, stained glass, and jewelry.

Seussical Photos - Cat in the Hat Play - Pictures of Huntsville Theatre - Dr. Seuss - Huntsville Community Chorus


Seussical Photos - Cat in the Hat Play - Pictures of Huntsville Theatre - Dr. Seuss - Huntsville Community Chorus


Seussical Photos - Cat in the Hat Play - Pictures of Huntsville Theatre - Dr. Seuss - Huntsville Community Chorus


Tigers For Tomorrow Photos - Pictures of Tigers - Exotic Animal Rescue Photos
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

Tigers For Tomorrow Photos - Pictures of Tigers - Exotic Animal Rescue Photos
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

Tigers For Tomorrow Photos - Pictures of Tigers - Exotic Animal Rescue Photos
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

Tigers For Tomorrow Photos - Pictures of Tigers - Exotic Animal Rescue Photos
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

Tigers For Tomorrow Photos - Pictures of Tigers - Exotic Animal Rescue Photos
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

2006 Huntsville's Cutest Pet Contest Pictures - Photos of Cats and Dogs
Once again, we're checking around Huntsville to see who has the cutest, sweetest, most lovable pet.

Super Chevy Show - Pictures of Cars - Huntsville Dragway Photos - Race Car Pictures
The sheer, raw power and improbability of putting a jet engine behind a person and racing 1/8th of a mile made the Super Chevy Show amazing. Huntsville Car Scene covers Super Chevy Show at Huntsville Dragway.

2009 Cemetery Stroll
The Huntsville Pilgrimage Associationz annually makes Maple Hill Cemetery come alive as residents dress up as famous and infamous characters from Huntsville's colorful past and tell their stories of life in our fair city

2010 Summer Arts Stroll
Huntsville's Sidewalks become stages for the arts at the Sidewalk Arts Stroll, held in May, June, July and August in downtown Huntsville. Located on the sidewalks around Huntsville historic downtown courthouse square, a diverse collection of artists, vendors, and performers form a arts marketplace that offers something for everyone. The dates for the 2010 Sidewalk Stroll are:May 20, June 17, July 15 & August 19 from 4:30p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in Downtown Huntsville on the Courthouse Square.

2010 Christmas Snow
The last time there was a white Christmas in Huntsville was 1989, and it didn't last long. This time we got 3-6 inches of snow and it stayed for almost a week! Most people hurried to take pictures when the snow started...thinking that it would stop and melt like it always does. No so...this time. Here's some of my readers' photos. I hope you enjoy looking over our city as it was blanketing in snowflakes and icicles and snowmen.

2009 Panoply Photos
Panoply is Huntsville's family and arts festival held in Big Spring Park during the last weekend in April and sponsored by The Arts Council.

2009 Panoply Photos
Panoply is Huntsville's family and arts festival held in Big Spring Park during the last weekend in April and sponsored by The Arts Council.

2009 Panoply Photos
Panoply is Huntsville's family and arts festival held in Big Spring Park during the last weekend in April and sponsored by The Arts Council.

2008 Taste of Huntsville Photos
Over 54 Huntsville restaurants participated in the 2008 Taste of Huntsville event, displaying their best dishes for the crowd. The theme was

2008 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. Here's a guide to some creative ideas for your own special scarecrow this Halloween season.

2008 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. Here's a guide to some creative ideas for your own special scarecrow this Halloween season.

2008 Historic Homes Tour
The first weekend of May each year, in Huntsville, Alabama, the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association presents a historic homes tour featuring private homes in three of Huntsville's historic districts--Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points. On Sunday, the Association presents

Chinese Spectacular
Chinese Spectacular is an enchanting live performance showcasing traditional Chinese culture through stunning state-of-the-art backdrop projections of dynamic scenery, gorgeous ancient Chinese costumes, original choreography and music. Nothing like this has been seen since the days of the great emperors.

Chinese Spectacular
Chinese Spectacular is an enchanting live performance showcasing traditional Chinese culture through stunning state-of-the-art backdrop projections of dynamic scenery, gorgeous ancient Chinese costumes, original choreography and music. Nothing like this has been seen since the days of the great emperors.

Rudolph Run
Each year in December, the Huntsville Track Club organizes over 700 runners who participate in the

Steel Thunder Monster Truck Show
The American Monster Truck Association combines the toughest drivers with

2007 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. The 2007 Scarecrow Trail was kicked off with a Scarecrow Parade and assorted games and activities for the young ones.

2007 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. The 2007 Scarecrow Trail was kicked off with a Scarecrow Parade and assorted games and activities for the young ones.

2007 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. The 2007 Scarecrow Trail was kicked off with a Scarecrow Parade and assorted games and activities for the young ones.

2007 Scarecrow Trail Photos - Ideas for Scarecrows - Huntsville Botanical Garden Pictures
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. The 2007 Scarecrow Trail was kicked off with a Scarecrow Parade and assorted games and activities for the young ones.

Christmas Parade - Huntsville Christmas Events
The first Saturday in December, Huntsville celebrates the beginning of Christmas with a huge downtown parade that features the arrival of Santa Claus. The parade is sponsored by Channel 7 WAAY-TV and is televised.

Christmas Parade - Huntsville Christmas Events
The first Saturday in December, Huntsville celebrates the beginning of Christmas with a huge downtown parade that features the arrival of Santa Claus. The parade is sponsored by Channel 7 WAAY-TV and is televised.

2006 Cemetery Stroll Photos - Maple Hill Cemetery Pictures - History of Huntsville
The Huntsville Pilgrimage Association sponsors an annual Cemetery Stroll in Maple Hill Cemetery in Huntsville. Local residents dress up in period costumes and share the history of Huntsville with the public.

Ice Skating Show Photos - Pictures of Kids Skating - Huntsville Skating School Photos
The Huntsville Skating School and Training Academy with the Municipal Ice Complex present

Ice Skating Show Photos - Pictures of Kids Skating - Huntsville Skating School Photos
The Huntsville Skating School and Training Academy with the Municipal Ice Complex present

Ice Skating Show Photos - Pictures of Kids Skating - Huntsville Skating School Photos
The Huntsville Skating School and Training Academy with the Municipal Ice Complex present

Ice Skating Show Photos - Pictures of Kids Skating - Huntsville Skating School Photos
The Huntsville Skating School and Training Academy with the Municipal Ice Complex present

Rave Motion Pictures - Huntsville Movie Theatre Photos
Rave Motion Pictures in Huntsville has a state of the art 18-screen stadium theater with a new digital projection system, 90,000 sq. ft. theater, several concessions, wall-to-wall screens in every auditorium, digital surround sound equipment, and luxurious rocker seats with retractable cup holder armrests for convenience. Rave Motion Pictures is a movie theater with stadium seating. Rave offers free G-rated movies in the summer months.

Rave Motion Pictures - Huntsville Movie Theatre Photos
Rave Motion Pictures in Huntsville has a state of the art 18-screen stadium theater with a new digital projection system, 90,000 sq. ft. theater, several concessions, wall-to-wall screens in every auditorium, digital surround sound equipment, and luxurious rocker seats with retractable cup holder armrests for convenience. Rave Motion Pictures is a movie theater with stadium seating. Rave offers free G-rated movies in the summer months.

Silk Tie Quilt Photos - Pictures of Quilts - Quilts Make With Mens Ties
Ever wonder what to do with your husband's out of fashion or spotted silk ties? Besides giving them to a charity or saving them until they are collectibles, that is. Here are several ideas for you to consider that are elegant and very eye catching.

Spring Trees in Bloom - Photos of Trees - Pictures of Spring Trees - Huntsville AL Trees
Springtime comes early to Huntsville. Usually by the first or second week, there are signs of spring all around us with cherry blossoms, bradford pear trees, peach trees and dogwoods blooming, one tree more gorgeous than the last.

Spring Trees in Bloom - Photos of Trees - Pictures of Spring Trees - Huntsville AL Trees
Springtime comes early to Huntsville. Usually by the first or second week, there are signs of spring all around us with cherry blossoms, bradford pear trees, peach trees and dogwoods blooming, one tree more gorgeous than the last.

Spring Trees in Bloom - Photos of Trees - Pictures of Spring Trees - Huntsville AL Trees
Springtime comes early to Huntsville. Usually by the first or second week, there are signs of spring all around us with cherry blossoms, bradford pear trees, peach trees and dogwoods blooming, one tree more gorgeous than the last.

Spring Trees in Bloom - Photos of Trees - Pictures of Spring Trees - Huntsville AL Trees
Springtime comes early to Huntsville. Usually by the first or second week, there are signs of spring all around us with cherry blossoms, bradford pear trees, peach trees and dogwoods blooming, one tree more gorgeous than the last.

Scene Lounge
The Scene Lounge inside Monaco Pictures at Bridge Street is a top choice for not only a

Rabbit of the Week: Mopsy
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Rabbit of the Week: Ziggy
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Cat of the Week: Gizmo
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Cat of the Week: Tyr
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Cat of the Week: Kohl
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog of the Week: Velcro
This week The Greater Huntsville Humane Society (GHHS) is featuring Bert as their Dog of the Week. Velcro is a young adult male Lab mix with an outstanding personality.

Dog of the Week: Reeses
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring Reeses

Dog of the Week: Alexis
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog of the Week: Molly
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog of the Week: Vander
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog of the Week: Kingston
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

2005 Scarecrow Trail #41-47
The Huntsville/Madison County Botanical Garden is the perfect background for a trail of creative scarecrows each year.

Tigers For Tomorrow
Tigers For Tomorrow in Attalla in Dekalb County, Alabama is an exotic animal rescue. They travel around and rescue animals from carnivals, private owners, and canned hunts, then bring them to the preserve to live out their days in large enclosures where they're very well-treated.

2007 Cornbread Festival
The last weekend in April, South Pittsburg, Tennessee--home to the nation's largest cast iron cookware factory--pays homage to one of the South's favorite foods: cornbread. The Annual Cornbread Festival features everything cornbread.

Burritt on the Mountain
Burritt on the Mountain was the first museum in Huntsville. In 1955, when Dr. William Henry Burritt died, he left his unique home to the city of Huntsville. The mansion is built in the shape of a cross and the walls are insulated with hay. There are 167 acres that surround the mansion, a historic park with log cabins and houses from the 19th century, farm animals and a historic garden. There is also a gift shop and four hiking trails.

How To Submit a Feature to the Huntsville Site at About
Information on how to submit a feature to the Huntsville Alabama site on About.com.

Blue MedSpa
Blue MedSpa came to Huntsville to take over the former Heavenly Spa by Westin. Some of the decor is the same, but the concept is much more encompassing. Blue MedSpa offers

Cat Adoptions - White Cat Foo Foo
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Cat Adoptions - Tabby Cat Moochie
Moochie is the

Cat of the Week: Charlie
Friends of Ferals is highlighting

Cat of the Week: Lizzie
Friends of Ferals is highlighting

Cat of the Week: Mrs. Beasley
For Cats' Sake is highlighting

Cat of the Week: Singa Blue
For Cats' Sake is highlighting

Cat of the Week: Sarah
Friends of Ferals is highlighting

Dog of the Week: Amazing
This week The Greater Huntsville Humane Society (GHHS) is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Lab Pit Bull Mix Brewster
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Terrier Mix Roxy
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Cocker Spaniel Mellow
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Chocolate Lab Artimus
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Jack Russell Terrier Mix Cinderella
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

Dog Adoptions - Spaniel Mix Blair
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring

GHHS Dog of the Week: Bert
This week The Greater Huntsville Humane Society (GHHS) is featuring Bert as their Dog of the Week. Bert is an adult male Bird Dog mix with a wonderful disposition.

Million Dollar Band
Have you ever wondered how the University of Alabama band got the name

Info / Facts
Whether you've live in Huntsville for a long time or are a new resident, you'll find information here about job hunting, how to get an Alabama driver's license or Huntsville library card, books about Huntsville, animal adoptions, Alabama history and genealogy, plus photos of Huntsville.

Black Friday in Huntsville
The day after Thanksgiving is known to be the biggest shopping day of the year. It is called

Energy Saving Tips
One of Huntsville Highlight readers, Ginger Cribbs, offers these additional tips for saving money on your utility bills. Ginger says,

Energy Saving Tips
One of Huntsville Highlight readers, Ginger Cribbs, offers these additional tips for saving money on your utility bills. Ginger says,

Energy Saving Tips
One of Huntsville Highlight readers, Ginger Cribbs, offers these additional tips for saving money on your utility bills. Ginger says,

Save Money On Heating
The price of gas, heat, and utilities is rising rapidly. You're not alone; everyone is feeling the crunch. Don't let your next utility bill catch you by surprise. Plan now to conserve your heat as much as possible.

Green U Spotlights Environment
Green U highlights the environment. Over 2,000 people, bringing over 10,000 recycled goods, gathered at the Botanical Garden to learn how to live a greener more sustainable life. Here's a few snapshots of the event and some of the organizations that participated.

2009 Scarecrow Trail
September and October mean the Scarecrow Trail is back at Huntsville Botanical Garden. Dozens of wild, wacky, scary and funny crows are hiding behind the trees throughout the Garden. Other related activities include the creepy sorghum maze, the enchanted forest in the Nature Trail, and weekend hay rides.

2009 Cemetery Stroll
The Huntsville Pilgrimage Associationz annually makes Maple Hill Cemetery come alive as residents dress up as famous and infamous characters from Huntsville's colorful past and tell their stories of life in our fair city

2009 Broadway Theatre League
Huntsville's Broadway Theatre League celebrates their 50th year with an impressive line-up of Broadway shows. The 2009 season will include Mamma Mia, The Drowsy Chaperone, A Chorus Line, The Wizard of Oz, and The Color Purple, plus special events of Broadway Bash starring An Evening with Patti LuPone & Mandy Patinkin, Circo Comedia, and Wynton Marsalis & the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Madison in Pictures
The City of Madison was originally settled by the John Cartwright family in 1818. Then in 1856 the town's name became Madison Station because the Memphis & Charleston Railroad built a local train station and made regular stops in the small rural community.

Elephant Walk - Ringling Bros. Barnum Circus
There is always excitement when the circus comes to town and this year was no exception. Huntsville is one the last stops for the Ringling Brothers Barum & Bailey Circus before the animals are taken to Orlando, Florida for the winter.

Trinity Place - Alzheimer's and Dementia Care
With the growing number of cases of Alzheimer's and Dementia, caregivers are being stressed with the amount of responsibility and care needed. Trinity Place is a specialized day care program for those in the community with Alzhimer's and Dementia. It offers a place that caregivers can trust while they need to go to work or just take a break.

Spoiled Rockin' Kidz
Spoiled Rockin' Kidz Salon is the brainchild of owner Jessyca Hunter, who wanted a special hair salon that catered to kids but also had all the amenities of a regular spa. Everything in Spoiled Rockin' Kidz Salon emphasizing fun and special treatment for kids.

KidVenture
KidVenture is the brain child of single mom of two, Rhonda Brewster, who designed the

Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo
Old MacDonald's Petting Zoo is located in Woodville about 25 miles east of Huntsville. The Zoo includes a beautiful pond, a spacious playground lots of swings, slides, sandboxes and children's tables), picnic area (with a place to wash your hands and a changing table for baby!), and gift shop.

Blessing of the Animals
On Sunday, June 28, 2009, Trinity United Methodist Church held their first annual

Galaxy of Lights
Huntsville Botanical Garden's Galaxy of Lights is a magnificent mile-long holiday light extravaganza featuring larger-than-life animated light displays. Special exhibits include nursery rhymes, a holiday village, dinosaurs, wild animals, a magical twinkling icicle forest, garden scenes, a patriotic display featuring red, white, and blue 'fireworks'.

Historic Doll Tea Party
On February 21, 2010 Burritt on the Mountain was steeped with the sounds, music, smells, trivia and fashions of the 1950's as they celebrated Burritt's 55th Anniversary with a

Tremendous Treehouses
Treehouses come in all shapes and sizes. If you have a set image in your mind about what a treehouse is, then you'll have to disregard the standard picture of a house in a tree and come to the Huntsville Botanical Garden to see a variety of treehouses that are on display through September 2010.

Cutest Cat Zipper
Contestants in the Cutest Cat Contest for Huntsville, Alabama. Owners show off their favorite felines.

Gigi's Cupcakes - Small Cupcake Wonders
Gigi's Cupcakes are small cake wonders of taste combined in a unique cupcake dough and creamy mile-high icing. Gigi's Cupcakes bakes over 60 different cupcakes each week, with a spring/summer and a fall/winter menu.

2010 Christmas Snow
The last time there was a white Christmas in Huntsville was 1989, and it didn't last long. This time we got 3-6 inches of snow and it stayed for almost a week! Most people hurried to take pictures when the snow started...thinking that it would stop and melt like it always does. No so...this time. Here's some of my readers' photos. I hope you enjoy looking over our city as it was blanketing in snowflakes and icicles and snowmen.

Tax Day Tea Party
On April 15, 2010, all across the United States, members of the Tea Party movement gathered to demonstrate against big government and the health care plan. Here are photos from the Tax Day Tea Party in downtown Huntsville.

2010 Summer Arts Stroll
Huntsville's Sidewalks become stages for the arts at the Sidewalk Arts Stroll, held in May, June, July and August in downtown Huntsville. Located on the sidewalks around Huntsville historic downtown courthouse square, a diverse collection of artists, vendors, and performers form a arts marketplace that offers something for everyone. The dates for the 2010 Sidewalk Stroll are:May 20, June 17, July 15 & August 19 from 4:30p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in Downtown Huntsville on the Courthouse Square.

Daddy & Christopher
Here are the photos of babies with their father for Huntsville's 2009 Daddy & Me Photo contest for Father's Day.

2009 Panoply Photos
Panoply is Huntsville's family and arts festival held in Big Spring Park during the last weekend in April and sponsored by The Arts Council.

Santa's Village
The houses from the 1900's Constitution Village are transformed each Christmas season into a unique elf populated village under the direction of Santa & Mrs. Claus in Huntsville, Alabama.

Monaco Pictures - Huntsville Movie Theaters
Monaco Pictures in Huntsville is an upscale 14 Screen Cinema with luxury reserved leather seating, Scene restaurant and the Prive Lounge. Enjoy your favorite movies in an exciting and refreshingly new atmosphere.

2008 Taste of Huntsville Photos
Over 54 Huntsville restaurants participated in the 2008 Taste of Huntsville event, displaying their best dishes for the crowd. The theme was

2009 GHHS Calendar Photos - Cat Pictures - Dog Photos - Greater Huntsville Humane Society Photos
The Greater Huntsville Humane Society sponsors an annual

Hiking in Huntsville
There are many great opportunities for hiking in the Huntsville area. The area includes Huntsville itself, the surrounding counties, and other areas within 70 miles or so.

Luau Photos #1
Point Mallard in Decatur, Alabama sponsored an entertaining luau at the waterpark. It featured the Aloha Islanders, a Polynesian dance group that included four hula dancers and three fire knife dancers.

Trinity Gives Back
Over 300 people recently participated in a

2008 Panoply Photos 1
Panoply is a 3-day weekend event in Huntsville designed with kids and families in mind. The festival features many art displays and art projects for the young ones, a fiddling contest, internation cultural displays, music, dancing, food and live entertainment.

2008 Historic Homes Tour
The first weekend of May each year, in Huntsville, Alabama, the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association presents a historic homes tour featuring private homes in three of Huntsville's historic districts--Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points. On Sunday, the Association presents

Chinese Spectacular
Chinese Spectacular is an enchanting live performance showcasing traditional Chinese culture through stunning state-of-the-art backdrop projections of dynamic scenery, gorgeous ancient Chinese costumes, original choreography and music. Nothing like this has been seen since the days of the great emperors.

Bunny Bonanza Photos #1
The Huntsville Botanical Garden goes all out for Easter with the Easter Bunny stopping by and hiding 7000 eggs in the lawn for hundreds of kids to scramble to find.

2008 St. Patrick's Day #12
Once a year, and always on March 17th, Huntsville turns out to celebration their Irish heritage in downtown with a parade of everything green.

D1 Sports #1
D1 Sports Training and Therapy is a 22,500-square foot facility off Bailey Cove Road in SE Huntsville. The Center is co-owned by Philip Rivers, Condredge Holloway, Will Bartholomew, Peyton Manning and Shane Battier.

2008 St. Patrick's Day Parade #1
Once a year, and always on March 17th, Huntsville turns out to celebration their Irish heritage in downtown with a parade of everything green.

Huntsville HAVOC #1
When a team can combine great sports entertainment and a way to contribute to a worthy cause, everyone is a winner. That's what the Huntsville Havoc were able to do during the second annual Melissa George Night at the VBC Arena in 2008.

Longhorn Rodeo #1
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National Cheer Stars
National Cheer Stars is an organization for boys & girls of varous ages to compete in cheerleading activies including gymnastics, dance routines and cheering.

Steel Thunder Monster Truck Show
The American Monster Truck Association combines the toughest drivers with

Rudolph Run
Each year in December, the Huntsville Track Club organizes over 700 runners who participate in the

Frosty's Winter Wonderland
The kids don't get much practice building snowmen here in northern Alabama...but the Huntsville Skating Club in Benton H. Wilcoxon Municipal Ice Complex on Leeman Ferry Road has an annual event called

2007 Holiday Ice Show
The Skating Club of Huntsville has two annual skating shows--one in the spring and one at Christmas. The 2007 Holiday Show was entitled

Christmas Parade - Huntsville Christmas Events
The first Saturday in December, Huntsville celebrates the beginning of Christmas with a huge downtown parade that features the arrival of Santa Claus. The parade is sponsored by Channel 7 WAAY-TV and is televised.

Guntersville Museum 2
Guntersville Museum & Cultural Center is located in the historic rock Armory in Guntersville, Alabama with a unique vantage point as the southernmost point of the Tennessee River. The Guntersville Museum provides the history and cultur of the region, including Native American artifacts and interesting local personalities.

2007 Scarecrow Trail #1
The annual Scarecrow Trail at Huntsville Botanical Garden includes over 100 creative, unusual and downright ingenius scarecrows. The 2007 Scarecrow Trail was kicked off with a Scarecrow Parade and assorted games and activities for the young ones.

Spa Botanica
On the second floor of the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Huntsville, you will find the door to a whole world of pampering at Spa Botanica.

Ketchup #1
Ketchup is a 50's-style diner skyrocketed into the space age and it's now landed in Huntsville. Just stepping inside this hip restaurant brings a smile to your face and spring to your step. The menu is imaginative and playful, but seriously delicious. For fun, food and a festive time, this place is a winner.

Merrimack Hall Tour #1
Alan and Debra Jenkins have remodeled the historic Merrimack Hall. It's a 25,000 square foot building that will become a Performing Arts Center and will provide educational programs and performance opportunities to local groups and national tours.

2007 GHHS Calendar Photos - Anebus
The Greater Huntsville Humane Society sponsors an annual

Obama
Senator Barack Obama visited Huntsville on July 9, 2007 for a $1000/plate fundraiser luncheon at The Heritage Club. After the luncheon, Obama headed to Birmingham for another fundraiser.

Fishing Rodeo
Every year in June, the City of Huntsville's Department of Recreation Services sponsors a The Wally Vess Youth Fishing Rodeo for children ages 6 to 12 years old. Prizes and awards are given for 3 male and 3 female age groups for largest fish and most fish.

Space Camp Hall of Fame
The U. S. Space & Rocket Center celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Space Camp by installing eight members into the newly created Space Hall Hall of Fame. The first inductee was father of the space program, Dr. Wernher von Braun, with Huntsville Astronaut Jan Davis, accepting the award on behalf of the von Braun family.

Saturn V
In July 2007, the Saturn V, a National Historic Landmark, was moved from its resting place at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, where it had been since June 1969. The USSRC is building the Davidson Saturn V Center to house the rocket and protect it from harsh weather elements.

Point Mallard Aquatic Center
Point Mallard Aquatic Center in Decatur, Alabama features the first wave pool in America. It opened August 9, 1970 with attendance at the waterpark of 500. The 2007 opening day attendance was 2,068.

Cook's Natural Science Museum
Cook's Natural Science Museum in Decatur, Alabama features extensive collections of beautiful and exotic insects, mounted birds and animals, rocks and minerals, sea shells and coral. Admission to the museum is free of charge.

My Hot Air Balloon Ride
Have you ever gone up in a hot air balloon? It's an exhilirating experience to float above the clouds and slowly watch the world drift by. Gone With the Wind Balloon Company gives Hot Air Balloon Rides in the North Alabama and Huntsville area in their balloon named

2007 Panoply
Panoply 20007 was three sun-filled days of fun, food, entertainment, contests and lots of fiddling. The annual arts festival drew in a record-breaking crowd of over 140,000 people.

2007 Historic Homes Tour
2007 Historic Homes Tour sponsored by the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association includes tours of six private homes, three residential gardens and First United Methodist Church. This is the only home tour that includes homes in three historic districts--Twickenham, Old Town and Five Points Historic Districts.

2006 Big Spring Jam
Photos from the 2006 Big Spring Jam in Huntsville, Alabama. This annual outdoor weekend festival each September in Huntsville features rock, country, jazz and contemporary music performances.

The Yurt Garden
The Yurt Garden is a spiritual retreat center in rural Gurley near Huntsville, Alabama where you can go to get away from the stresses of city living and enjoy a massage, facial, yoga, healing touch or intuitive coaching by a professional. The Yurt Garden is also available for rent as a retreat or getaway for a group.

2006 Scarecrow Trail
Every September and October, the Huntsville Botanical Garden comes alive with a new batch of scarecrows to delight young and old alike.

Ground Zero
The Aftermath: Images from Ground Zero by Joel Meyerowitz exhibition features the emotionally compelling images that stunned a nation following the terrorist attacks of 9-11. As the only photographer allowed in Ground Zero, Joel Meyerowitz documents the heroic efforts of recovery crews while also paying tribute to the lives lost.

Alabama Idol
Joey Mustain, 27, from Florence won the title of 2007 Alabama Idol. As the winner of Alabama Idol, Mustain wins a guaranteed audition before the producers of American Idol at the Memphis auditions on September 3, 2006.

American Idol Concert
Photos from the American Idol Concert in Taylor Hicks hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. American Idol takes Birmingham by storm.

2006 Kitchens for CASA Tour
Kitchens for CASA is a self-guided tour of eight designer kitchens in several of Madison County's most exceptional homes. CASA(C are A ssurance S ystem for the A ging and Homebound) of Madison County is a non-profit agency.

Lowry House
The Historic Lowry House in Huntsville was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. In June 2006 it was restored and reopened for weddings, receptions and meetings.

Inside Huntsville Museum of Art
The Huntsville Museum of Art features several different three different art exhibitions at a time throughout the year, a wonderful gift shop, Signature Art Gallery and Cafe Palette.

2006 Festival of Flowers
The Huntsville Botanical Garden's Festival of Flowers is in April of every year. You'll find tens of thousands of blooming tulips, daffodils, dogwoods, azaleas, and a picturesque wildflower trail showcasing the best of spring in Huntsville each year.

Super Chevy Show
The sheer, raw power and improbability of putting a jet engine behind a person and racing 1/8th of a mile made the Super Chevy Show amazing. Huntsville Car Scene covers Super Chevy Show at Huntsville Dragway.

Daddy & Me Photo Contest
Here are the photos of babies with their father for Huntsville's Daddy & Me Photo contest for Father's Day.

Beatles
Photos from the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra's May 2006 Pops Concert featuring the Classical Mystery Tour--a Beatles Tribute.

HOPE Place
HOPE Place is a safe, confidential shelter for adult and child victims of domestic violence. HOPE Place is a program of Crisis Services of North Alabama.

2007 Festival of Flowers
The 2007 Spring Festival of Flowers at the Huntsville Botanical Garden is an array of colorful and beautiful spring flowers and trees, including thousands of tulips and the 100 year old dogwood tree.

Rave
Rave Motion Pictures in Huntsville has a state of the art 18-screen stadium theater with a new digital projection system, 90,000 sq. ft. theater, several concessions, wall-to-wall screens in every auditorium, digital surround sound equipment, and luxurious rocker seats with retractable cup holder armrests for convenience.

Cemetery Stroll
The annual Cemetery Stroll in Maple Hill Cemetery in Huntsville is held the first Sunday in May. It is sponsored by the Huntsville Historic Foundation and features local citizens dressed in costumes and acting out the parts of some of Huntsville's most famous or infamous characters.

Elvis: Return of the King
Mitchell Brown is the voice of Elvis locally. The New Hope native has always loved the music of Elvis and soon realized that he could imitate the same sound as Presley. In high school, he started performing at school events.

Panoply 2006
Panoply Arts Festival is a community event held annually the last full weekend of April in Big Spring Park. The word panoply means

Huntsville Pilgrimage
The first weekend in May of every year, the Huntsville Pilgrimage Association sponsors the annual Historic Homes Tour and the Cemetery Stroll that features the history of Huntsville Alabama.

2006 Huntsville's Cutest Baby Contest - Photos of Huntsville Babies
There's nothing cuter than a sweet, innocent little baby. Take a look at the finalists in the 2006 Cutest Baby in Huntsville Contest. Be sure and vote for your favorite in the polls.

Silk Tie Quilt Photos
Ever wonder what to do with your husband's out of fashion or spotted silk ties? Besides giving them to a charity or saving them until they are collectibles, that is. Here are several ideas for you to consider that are elegant and very eye catching.

Spring Trees in Bloom
Springtime comes early to Huntsville. Usually by the first or second week, there are signs of spring all around us with cherry blossoms, bradford pear trees, peach trees and dogwoods blooming, one tree more gorgeous than the last.

Christmas Festival
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Huntsville annually features a Christmas Festival featuring Creche Exhibit, Indoor Live Nativity, handmade Christmas quilts, Christmas trees,

Tuba Christmas
Each year, Tuba Christmas performs at the Huntsville Museum of Art. More than 40 tuba, sousaphone, baritone & euphonium players perform traditional Christmas carols & songs of the season as a free public concert.

Donnell House Christmas
The Donnell House, located on the Athens Middle School campus, was built in 1845 by a 61-year-old Cumberland Presbyterian minister, Robert Donnell. Union troops stayed at the house in the 1860s during the Civil War and it also served as a high school at one time.

Five Points Historic Homes
The Five Points Historic Preservation District, established in 1999, began as part of the 1892 East Huntsville Addition, and developed slowly over the course of a century. Here are photos of a variety of houses in this important part of Huntsville's history.

The Blue Notes
The Blue Notes 5 consist of five Police Officers employed by the City of Huntsville, Alabama. The Blue Notes sing Gospel music a capella to community organizations throughout the Huntsville area.

Bird Fair
A look inside the world of exotic birds with photos from a recent Bird Fair in Huntsville. Colorful, tame, wild and exotic...a variety of birds for every taste.

Old Town Tour
Old Town was designated as a Huntsville Historic District on December 12, 1974. Most of the homes date from 1880 to 1929, but the oldest house was built in 1828. On July 18, 1978, Old Town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Maranatha Conference Center
Maranatha Camp & Conference Center is a beautiful year-round, 144 acre camp and conference center located eight miles south of Scottsboro and only about 40 minutes from Huntsville. If you're looking for a great place for a quiet retreat or business workshop that's not too far from Huntsville, then this is probably the place for you. Although Maranatha Camp & Conference Center is owned by the North Alabama Presbytery, it is available for rent to the general public.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
We must have oxygen in order to live. Now oxygen is being recognized as a healing therapy. According to Oxygen Therapy: The First 150 Years,

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
We must have oxygen in order to live. Now oxygen is being recognized as a healing therapy. According to Oxygen Therapy: The First 150 Years,

Burritt on the Mountain
Burritt on the Mountain features the Burritt Mansion, restored 19th Century log structures in its living history site, a rural church, a multipurpose building with a classroom, large meeting room, Museum Store and administrative offices, eight miles of nature trails, five acres of picnic areas, and heirloom gardens which supply produce for cooking demonstrations.

U.S. Space & Rocket Center Photos
The U.S. Space & Rocket Center, formerly the Alabama Space & Rocket Center, opened in March of 1970. It was the brainchild of Dr. Wernher von Braun

Wisteria - A Southern Beauty - Flowering Vines
Images of romantic, hazy, lazy days of the South just aren't complete without wisteria, the most gorgeous vine dripping from porches, trees and fences. Even Claude Monet loved the plant and made it the subject of one of his paintings.

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Dog of the Week: Percy
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Percy" as their Dog of the Week. Percy is a two year old Miniature Pincher mix. He is blonde and has a very sweet personality.

Huntsville Insider Info for September 8, 2005
This week's September 8, 2005 Huntsville Insider news includes information on Hurricane Katrina, Huntsville Library contest, Homer Hickam, Alabama's free online tutoring, Southern Lady Celebration, finding lost money, and FEMA for Kids.

Miley Cyrus Concert at Rave Motion Pictures February 1-7, 2008
Miley Cyrus Concert at Rave Motion Pictures February 1-7, 2008

Beverage & Drink Recipes
Favorite Southern recipes for beverages and drinks for main family meals or for the holidays.

Recipes for Breads, Stuffings & Sandwiches
Recipes for blueberry tea bread, fried green tomato sandwich, stuffing, cornbread, gingerbread, tea cakes and much more.

Dog of the Week: Lila
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Lila" as their Dog of the Week. Lila is a little Jack Russell mix. She is 1-3 years old.

Huntsville Animal Services Information
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Lila" as their Dog of the Week. Lila is a little Jack Russell mix. She is 1-3 years old.

Huntsville Animal Services Information
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Percy" as their Dog of the Week. Percy is a two year old Miniature Pincher mix. He is blonde and has a very sweet personality.

Dog of the Week: Jace
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Jace" as their Dog of the Week. Jace is a magnificent Siberian Husky mix. His piercing blue eyes will steal your heart away in a flash.

Dog of the Week: Jace
This week Huntsville Animal Services is featuring "Jace" as their Dog of the Week. Jace is a magnificent Siberian Husky mix. His piercing blue eyes will steal your heart away in a flash.

Dog of the Week: Winston
This week Greater Huntsville Humane Society is featuring "Winston" as their Dog of the Week. Winston is a 6 month old Springer Spaniel.

Dog of the Week: Winston
This week Greater Huntsville Humane Society is featuring "Winston" as their Dog of the Week. Winston is a 6 month old Springer Spaniel.

Buying & Selling a House in Huntsville
There are many houses for sale in Huntsville and the surrounding area at any one time. Many new houses are also being built.

Hot & Cold Soup Recipes
Recipes for potato cheese soup, tortilla soup, taco soup, blackeyed peas & rice, toscana soup, bean soups and more.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.

Huntsville's White Christmas Snow History
Snow is rare in the South...so when it comes, everyone takes advantage of the situation and tries to enjoy it for as long as they can. Recently, in Fayetteville, Tennessee during the Host of Christmas Past, the local children were treated to some "handmade" snow.