Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Fun things about living in Montgomery

By Kristin

So there are a few fun things going on in Montgomery in the next few weeks.

April 18th Riverfest In Wetumpka (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
Downtown. Free admission. Arts, crafts, food and entertainment including gospel music; visit http://www.wetumpkachamber.com/

Also, the weekend of the 18th is your last chance for a Day out with Thomas in Calera.
Thomas the Tank Engine is set to roll into the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum. Take a ride and enjoy activities at the Imagination Station, including stamps, temporary tattoos and hands-on arts and crafts. Storytelling, jump maze, mini golf, gubble station and live music. http://www.hodrrm.org/

April 24th & 25th is Zoo Weekend 2010 (9:00 am - 6:00 pm)

The annual event at the Zoo! There will be entertainment, games and animals. Everyone can enjoy the many activities, fantastic food and have fun together at an affordable price.

April 24th Kids’ SpringFest’ In Prattville (12:00 - noon - 5:00 pm)

Pratt Park Amphitheater behind Stanley Jenson Stadium. Free fun for the whole family…Enjoy games, music, food & much more! The Prattville Model Boat Club will demonstrate remote control boats at Pratt Pond from noon until 2 p.m. Call 334-361-3640 for more info.

There is also Old Alabama Town. Now is the time to take a walk thru the past (before summer gets here and its too hot to breathe!) And our very own Montgomery Museum of Fine Art. They have a small kid area that is sure to entertain your munchkins for at least an hour!

I blog at here and you should drop by and see all the fun things we did at our week in Gulf Shores...a great thing about living in Montgomery is that its pretty close to everything, Atlanta, the beach, the mountains...its not such a boring town.


1 comment:

trav said...

Don't forget about the Alabama Book Festival this weekend! It's April 17th in Old Alabama Town.

You can find out more at alabamabookfestival.org. They are on Twitter too: @ALBookFest

They have a few big name authors this year and tons of authors from around Alabama.

If you haven't linked up and introduced yourself yet, be sure to go here to do so!