Articles Tagged “information”

  • Huntsville VFD- Christmas Toy Drive

    Huntsville VFD- Christmas Toy Drive

    The Huntsville Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor its annual “Christmas Toy Drive.” The event is set for 10am-4pm Nov. 24 & 25 – and will take place at the Kroger store in the Ravenwood Shopping Center…

  • Huntsville Community Theatre- The Lone Star Love Potion

    Huntsville Community Theatre- The Lone Star Love Potion

    The Huntsville Community Theatre will present its production of “The Lone Star Love Potion.” Performances are set for Friday through Sunday at the Old Town Theatre on 12th Street in downtown Huntsville. Tickets range from…

  • Wynne Home Arts Center- Pam Markham

    Wynne Home Arts Center- Pam Markham

    Huntsville’s Wynne Home Arts Center is hosting a 1-woman show featuring the works of local artist Pam Markham. The show – “Color…Outside the Lines” – is on display through Jan. 19. The Wynne Home is…

  • Huntsville City Charter Under Review

    The Huntsville City Charter is being reviewed. A review committee was appointed by the City Council in October and began its work Saturday. Wednesday at 4 o’clock the committee members will meet and consider how…

  • GROJ New Logo

    2018 KSAM/HITS Winter GROJ Sale & Flea Market

    The KSAM/HITS Winter GROJ (Get Rid Of Junk) Sale,is coming Saturday, February 3rd. Family garage sales, estate sales, business overstock, discontinued and clearance items, antiques, furniture, jewelry, sports memorabilia, clothing, arts & crafts, plants, Admission is…

  • SHSU Offers New Graduate Certificate

    Few topics dominate today’s public discourse like healthcare. In a rapidly expanding digital media world, health information can often be immense and overwhelming. Employers in the healthcare field need well-trained communicators who can keep up with an…

  • City’s Hazard Mitigation Plan Seeks Input

    The City of Huntsville is seeking your assistance in writing their new Hazard Mitigation Plan. City Emergency Management Coordinator John Waldo said that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requires updates on a five-year schedule.…

  • Thanksgiving dinners needed

    Thanksgiving dinners needed

    Huntsville Head Start is seeking individuals interested in sponsoring local families with the purchase of Thanksgiving Day dinners. The families in need have already been identified. Some families will need a large meal which will…

  • Get your walnuts

    Get your walnuts

    The Walker County Historical Commission is getting into the holiday spirit by giving away black walnuts. The nuts are available each Saturday at 4pm at the Gibbs-Powell House County Museum, which is located on 11th…

  • Huntsville Community Theatre’s latest production

    Huntsville Community Theatre’s latest production

    The Huntsville Community Theatre will present their production of “The Lone Star Love Potion.” Performances are set for Friday through Sunday and for Nov. 17-19 at the Old Town Theatre on 12th Street in downtown…