Mar 30 Thursday
In Cinema Paradiso (Italy, 1988), a filmmaker recalls his childhood growing up in a small Sicilian village, his friendship with the projectionist of the town's movie theater, and his first love.
Winner of Best Foreign Language Film at the 1989 Academy Awards and the Grand Prix at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
Mar 31 Friday
William Hampton will lead a panel discussion of how public education for the black community has evolved over time from private and church schools, to Rosenwald and equalization schools, and finally desegregation.
To celebrate Women's History Month, Valley Arts and Entertainment will host 3-time Grammy nominated jazz artist Kate McGarry on Friday, March 31st at The Studio Theatre at Lowe Mill. McGarry will present a historical program, performance and conduct a masterclass for singers.
Doors open at 5:30 pm. Masterclass begins at 6:00 pm. Audience tickets online and at the door. Masterclass registration online starts March 1. Info valleyartsandentertainment.org.
Apr 01 Saturday
New Hope's Seventh Annual Quilt Show Quilts Then and Now will display quilts and the stories behind them.
Quilt Show Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the library door leading to the community room. Quilts will be available for viewing 10a.m -2p.m. The Bed Turning presentation is at 11a.m. and 1p.m. featured quilts will be displayed one at a time and the history of each one will be narrated.
Apr 04 Tuesday
Spring is here! It is time to plant our vegetable garden so we can enjoy fresh veggies all summer long. In this class, students will learn about the parts of a seed and how to care for your own vegetable garden. See first-hand examples in the Garden and take home plants to start your own garden at home!
PRICINGMembers: Individual class: $15 per classNon-members: Individual class: $20 per class
Dates & Times:April 4 at 10 a.m.April 6 at 12 p.m.April 15 at 10 a.m.
Apr 05 Wednesday
Apr 06 Thursday
Apr 07 Friday
Preschoolers can drop-in and explore concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math in a variety of engaging hands-on activities.
No registration required.
Questions? Please contact Ms. Nora at email@example.com
Apr 08 Saturday
Freshen up your patio with a beautiful annual planter and learn the basics of container design. In this hands-on class, instructor Nettie Hardy will cover design concepts, planting tools, and care as you plant a pot to take home. Each class attendee will plant annual flowers in a pot to take home and enjoy for the summer! Soil, plants, and containers are provided.
Is your child ready for kindergarten? Come explore and practice the skills your child needs for a smooth transition into kindergarten!
Apr 09 Sunday
Apr 10 Monday
Apr 11 Tuesday
Apr 12 Wednesday
Apr 13 Thursday
LearningQUEST is excited to bring to the Huntsville Community 3 Free Programs in April which are bound to be of interest to some of your listeners Come and attend one or all three! We hope to see you there.
Please note the April 13 Event (Miss Lillian) will be held at the North Sparkman Library, 3011 Sparkman Drive, Community Room.
The Mad Movie-A-Thon-O-Rama continues for another series of wild and wacky flicks in '23!
March 9Plan 9 From Outer Space (1957)
March 23Strange Brew (1983)
April 13Breakin' (1984)
April 27Targets (1968)
The Auditorium will open at 6:00 pm and the movie will begin at 6:30 pm. Food and drink are allowed in the auditorium during the film
The UAH Humanities Center, the History Department, and the Association for Middle East Children and Youth Studies (AMECYS) will host Malaka Gharib. Gharib is an Egyptian-Pilipino American, most known for her work as an editor at National Public Radio and for her two graphic novels, I Was Their American Dream (Penguin Random House, 2019) and the recent It Won’t Always Be Like This (Penguin Random House, 2022). She will be discussing the latter, which tells the story of Malaka's childhood summers spent in Egypt with her father and stepmother.
The webinar will take place on ZOOM on Thursday, April 13, 6:30 pm. REGISTER HERE.
There will be a watch party at Morton Hall 145, doors open at 6:00 pm (registration not required). Refreshments and food will be provided.
More information online at the UAH Events Calendar page.