Labor Day 2018 near Huntsville AL

Labor Day Weekend Festivals and Activities 2018 near Huntsville AL

Labor Day is a tragic goodbye to summer, and a hello to the start of fall and the school year, but that just means we need to make the most of it. With plenty of Labor Day Weekend Festivals and Activities 2018 near Huntsville AL, you can have a lot of fun on this long weekend. Celebrate working and not working with one of these central Alabama activities.

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Huntsville Botanical Garden Events

The Huntsville Botanical Garden will be open every day of Labor Day Weekend! Guests can visit the ongoing Gardens of Myth exhibit, or even enjoy the Scarecrow Breakfast & Festival celebrating the opening of the Scarecrow Trail. This event offers breakfast, hayrides and activities from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Cost for non-members is $23 for adults or $16 for kids, which includes Garden Admission. You can find out more details at the garden’s website.

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Battle for Decatur Reenactment

Held at Point Mallard Park, this annual Civil War reenactment will be on September 1 and 2, 2018 each day at 2 p.m. More than 200 reenactors will participate, and visitors will be able to see authentic equipment, clothing and drills. We believe that this event is in a free area, though you may also want to check out the water park or ice complex for fun opportunities.

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Caribbean Day at the Park

On Sunday, September 2 visitors can enjoy kids activities, face painting, live music, food, games, and more at the 13th Annual Caribbean Day at the Park, held at Stoner Field Park in Huntsville AL. This even will run 11 a.m to 7 p.m. and is open to the public. Entrance is free, though food and activities will be available to purchase.

Art in the Park

From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Art in the Park will present everything from fine art to children’s crafts and plenty of food,  fun, and festivities. Exhibitors will be able to win prizes, but spectators will also be able to purchase items and have a lot of fun. Learn more here.
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