Summer Camp Spotlight: Red Mountain Theatre Company

RMTC camps teach theatrical craft while providing performance opportunities for youth. The curriculum includes vocal, dance, and drama training and culminates in a staged performance, where students perform for live audiences. Summer Blast Students Students learn a repertoire of musical theatre songs and dances during a weeklong workshop, culminating in a performance for family and ... Read More

Kulture City

KultureCity and The Gardens partner for Earth Day celebration

KultureCity, one of USA Today’s 2016 Top Nonprofits in the U.S., is a Birmingham based, impact driven nonprofit focused on helping autistic individuals realize their potential by providing tangible help and equipping businesses and the community to relate to children with autism and their families. “The KultureCity Sensory Friendly Initiative was born out of the ... Read More

Day out with Thomas

Giveaway: Day Out with Thomas, Friendship Tour

All aboard! Thomas the Tank Engine invites little engineers to join him for a day of friendship and family fun at Day Out with Thomas: The Friendship Tour 2017. Children everywhere can spend a day with their friend Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into Calera, Alabama on May 12-14 & 20-21, 2017. Day Out ... Read More

Summer Camp Spotlight: The Dance Foundation

The Dance Foundation has a lot of fun to offer this summer for Children ages 4 and up! Take a look at this line up, something fun for your kiddos. Once Upon a Fairytale Daily adventures from classic fairytales are unveiled through a trunk filled with costumes and creative artifacts.  Each day, campers dance, create ... Read More

Stramger Danger

Tips for Kids On Stranger Danger

After several close call incidents like the one in Huntsville’s Blossomwood Neighborhood and reports of an attempted child abduction in Hazel Green- as a parent you may be wondering what you can do to teach your children to stay safe without scaring them. It is important for you (the parent) to note that stranger abductions ... Read More

Childrens Virtual Baby Shower

Children’s Of Alabama Virtual Baby Shower

It’s a… Virtual Baby Shower for Children’s of Alabama patients and families!! We’re so excited to be partnered up with Children’s for this important event and we need your help! Children’s of Alabama has more than 650,000 patient visits each year – caring for every child regardless of their ability to pay. Children’s depends on ... Read More

Summer Camp Spotlight: Birmingham Zoo

Zoofari Camp allows your children to have up close animal encounters, exciting lessons, splash fountains, guided tours, animal demonstrations, rides and so much more! Primary Camps Include: 4k – 5th Grades: Pirates of the Zooribbean, Nature Detectives, and Freestylin’ Grades 3rd – 5th: Jr. Zoo Keeper Grades 6th -8th: Cat Week Specialty Camps Include: 5k ... Read More

Severe Weather tips for families

Severe Weather Tips for Families

If you’re from the south, you’re no stranger to severe weather, especially during the spring, but how prepared is your family to deal with a severe weather outbreak? Here are some things to keep in mind and to have on hand and easily accessible in the event we are directed to our safe place. First ... Read More

Natural Remedies for Allergy Relief

Spring has Spring and while the flowers are pretty and the weather is warming, it can be less than ideal for anyone who suffers from Seasonal Allergies. Your diet and overall health can play a factor in your allergy suffering. Here are a few things you can implement into your routine that will help and ... Read More

Reacting vs. Responding

Have you ever really taken the time to think about how you address your kids? Do you react or respond? Do you know the difference? Knowing the difference is crucial to improving your communication experience with your children. Reacting is what we do when we just want to get our kids away from us. I ... Read More