There’s a funny saying I heard that goes, “I need to rest from my vacation.” I have always found this comical because it sounds so odd since vacations are supposed to be relaxing. However, as an adult, I have learned that after most vacations, you need about a week to get back into the swing of things.
As I return from the heels of a fantastic birthday trip, I must admit that the jetlag got me and that I will rest this entire weekend after my short vacation. This week is also the kickoff for the spring break season for schools. Although husbae and I do not currently have children, many of our friends are gearing up for the notorious week of “spring break fun” and either packing their bags, stocking their fridges, or mentally preparing themselves for the little people in their homes to gallivant in the delight that school is out.
Social media never fails me for a good laugh as parents post and comment about how eager they are for the school doors to open on Monday morning. What does the spring break season look like in your home? Is it a time of year for you to take solo or family trips? While some of us may be unaffected by spring break, I curated a list for you that should be fun for either the whole family or you and a few friends to enjoy.
Salsa Dance Night in the Electric Belle
When: Tonight from 6:30 p.m.-10 p.m.
Where: The Electric Belle at Stovehouse, 3414 Governors Drive SW, Huntsville
Salsa dancing returns to the Electric Belle at Stovehouse. Join them tonight for a free dance lesson at 6:30 p.m., followed by open dancing until 10 p.m. No partner or experience is required.
Biscuit Belly now open
When: Hours vary
Where: 2710 Carl T. Jones Drive SE, Huntsville
Price: Menu varies
There’s a new breakfast spot in town, and it’s sure to be a haven for all biscuit-loving foodies. From pancake corndogs to biscuit sandwiches this place is sure to be a hit. Vegetarian options are also available. Grab the kiddos, pals or co-workers and eat at the newest breakfast place in town.
Big Ol’ Ballpark Fair
When: March 10-19
Where: Toyota Field, 500 Trash Panda Way, Madison
Price: Admission, rides and shows Monday through Thursday, $35. Admission, rides and shows Friday through Sunday, $40.
The Big Ol’ Ballpark Fair will turn the parking lot at Toyota Field into a plethora of fun and entertainment. Rides on hand will include rollercoasters, carousels, a tilt-a-whirl, Ferris wheel and more. Attendees can also take part in dozens of carnival games, enjoy one-of-a-kind entertainment and eat unique treats like fried Oreos, chicken on a stick, cotton candy, and many other food and beverage options for everyone. Alcohol will be
available for attendees 21 and older.
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