Here are a few fun events this weekend
ROUGE – A Go Red Event
A night for fashion, friends and fundraising will fill the evening at “ROUGE – A Go Red Event,” sponsored by the Central North Alabama Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. ROUGE will open at 6 p.m. and continue to 10 p.m. on Feb. 11 at The Jackson Center, 6001 Moquin Drive NW in Huntsville. Appropriate attire will be ‘red cocktail.’ The fashion show features community leaders as models and heart health advocates. For information visit cnaadst.org or click here for story.
Huntsville Symphony at the Garden
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Huntsville Botanical Garden
4747 Bob Wallace Avenue
Join The Huntsville Botanical Gardens as members of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with their Music in the City program to delight guests with beautiful music in the Garden Atrium.
Dangerously in Love Mystery Dinner
Friday, Feb. 10
Instaspace Studio, Harvest
In this interactive experience, the audience teams together in groups to determine whodunit. Some lucky audience members will be chosen to act alongside the show’s actors and play the roles of staff members, mobster and entertainers of The Blue Melody. Audiences are encouraged to join in the fun by dressing up in their best wedding attire for a night of fun, dancing, cheers and cake. Seating will be tables of six.
Call or text (256) 274-1517 for more information.
Huntsville Symphony at Lowe Mill
Lowe Mill A&E
Musicians from Huntsville Symphony Orchestra will be performing for the public in the First Floor Main Gallery at Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment.
Jim Parker’s Songwriters Series
6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Von Braun Center
700 Monroe Street
My Bloody Valentine Masquerade Ball
On Saturday, Feb. 11 from 7-11 p.m. the Lowe Mill A&E 1st Floor Connector will be the perfect place to masquerade as the jilted lover with maybe a few issues. For a mere $20 you can dance to the music of DJs Flip C and Miss K while you keep your lover close in case someone is after their heart. Happy Tummy will have the perfect pizza pie to keep your hearts warm and tummy full.
“Too Much Light Makes
the Baby Go Blind”
February 11- 18 (7-9 p.m.)
Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment
Having opened in 1988 and still playing today as the longest-running show in Chicago history, Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind is an ensemble experiment in presenting “30 Plays in 60 Minutes.” Each two-minutes or less play is performed in random order with an interactive audience. An onstage 60-minute timer keeps everyone honest. It’s like a new show every night. This event is recommended for adults only.
Conversation with Mozart
February 11 at 7:30 p.m.
VBC Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
Composer Petér Eötvös created his Dialog mit Mozart in 2014; throughout the piece, he engages in a dialectic exploration of tunes by his renowned predecessor. Violinist Tai Murray takes the stage to perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto No.3 in a program crowned by Schubert’s Symphony No. 4, the “Tragic,” composed at age nineteen but unheard until decades later.
February 11 at 8 p.m.
VBC Mars Music Hall
Highly Suspect at the Mars Music Hall with special guest Dead Poet Society.
Mosaic of Love by Huntsville Master Chorale
Saturday, Feb. 11 at 4 p.m.
Stone Event Center
2620 Clinton Avenue West Huntsville
A unique concert featuring choral arrangements of pop songs, from Motown, Chicago, The Beatles, Billy Joel and more.
11 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Huntsville Museum of Art
300 Church Street
Families and children are invited to participate in a range of programs especially designed with younger visitors in mind. CREATE Saturdays offer fun, interactive art making activities for families with children ages 3 and up that will be sure to spark one’s creativity! Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. There will be two sessions, each session lasting 45 minutes. Reservations will be required on a first come, first-served basis. Each participant – parent/guardian and child – must be registered prior to program date. Space is limited!
For more events, check out www.huntsville.org and the latest Rocket City Scene & Happenings issue.