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Zerorez Huntsville hopes everyone had a great and safe Halloween weekend! Now it is time to look forward to the month of November and Thanksgiving. Here is a list of the top events here in Huntsville for the month of November:

 

The Brass Band of Huntsville presents Heroes & Villains 

When: Thursday, November 5th from 7-9 p.m.

Where: Huntsville High School Auditorium
              2304 Billie Watkins St SW
              Huntsville, AL 35801

Info: The Brass Band of Huntsville is the only British-style Brass Band in the state of Alabama. During the Heroes & Villains concert you will experience the thrilling musical movie themes from your favorite action films like Superman and Batman as well as many moving pieces like Hymn to the Fallen from Saving Private Ryan. For more information on this event, visit the Brass Band of Huntsville website

 

Under The Christmas Tree

When: Friday, November 6th through the 8th

Where: Von Braun Center South Hall

Info: Join the Randolph School for Christmas special events, children’s activities and more than 100 specialty merchants from 9 states. Find unique gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list. For more information on this event go to the Randolph School website

 

Galaxy of Lights: Walking Nights

When: November 13th through 16th and 20th through 24th

Where: Huntsville Botanical Garden

Info: Galaxy of Lights is a holiday light extravaganza featuring larger-than-life animated light displays. See Santa soaring over a delightful winter village. Nursery rhyme characters dance and frolic among traditional scenes of the season. And, best of all, experience the magic of the twinkling icicle forest. Galaxy of Lights is the perfect holiday treat for the young and young-at-heart. Visit the Huntsville Botanical Garden website for more information. 

 

AUSTRIA: Beethoven and Bruckner presented by the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra

When: Friday, November 13 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Where: Von Braun Center Mark C. Smith Concert Hall

Info: Beethoven was German, but moved to Vienna to study and compose; Bruckner was a native of Austria. Other than Mozart himself, it would be difficult to find two pieces more representative of classical Austrian music. For tickets and more information, visit the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra website.

 

2015 Food Truck Finale

When: Thursday, November 19 from 6-9 p.m.

Where: Yellowhammer Brewing

Info: Live music, food truck samples,and Yellowhammer’s special Finale Brew

 

Galaxy of Lights: Dog Walking Night

When: Monday, November 23 from 5:30-8 p.m.

Where: Huntsville Botanical Garden

Info: Galaxy of Lights is a holiday light extravaganza featuring larger-than-life animated light displays. See Santa soaring over a delightful winter village. Nursery rhyme characters dance and frolic among traditional scenes of the season. And, best of all, experience the magic of the twinkling icicle forest. Galaxy of Lights is the perfect holiday treat for the young and young-at-heart. Admission for dogs is only $1! Visit the Huntsville Botanical Garden website for more information. 

 

UAH Chargers vs. Bemidji State

When: November 25th and 27th at 7:07 p.m.

Where: Von Braun Center

Info: For more information visit the UAH Chargers website.

 

Land Trust 22nd Annual Thanksgiving Day Hike

When: Thursday, November 26th from 9-11:30 a.m.

Where: Land Trust hiker parking

Info: A grand Huntsville tradition – Appreciating the beauty of Monte Sano Nature Preserve with family and friends on Thanksgiving morning! We’ll burn some extra calories and walk down Alms House Trail to Historic Three Caves.  Then, drivers will be ferried back to our Bankhead hiker’s parking lot.  (Or, you may make the round trip back up the mountain.) Please bring water and cameras.  Dogs on leads are welcome! For more information visit the Land Trust website.

 

Tinsel Trail

When: Monday, November 30th

Where: Big Spring Park

Info: A display of live Christmas trees in Big Spring Park. Enjoy over 200 decorated trees.

As you can see November is filled with fun events that you can enjoy by yourself or with your family. Even though Thanksgiving is towards the end of the month, it doesn’t mean you can’t start spending time with your family and friends, and  start showing thanks to them throughout this month. For more information on this event visit the Tinsel Trail website.

 

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