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Huntsville Day Community Celebration
March 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Huntsville Mayor Scott Aitchison and Town Council invite the community to celebrate the 133rd birthday of Huntsville.
Huntsville Day is an open public gathering, free and accessible to everyone. The event is a casual drop in.
Briar Summers, winner of The Bill award will be providing entertainment, there will be coffee and cookies, and Mayor Aitchison’s “Huntsville Time Line” project will be available for input. Huntsville’s namesake, Captain George Hunt is expected to make an appearance for photo opportunities. There will be temporary “Huntsville Day” tattoos. Bring the kids! Mayor Aitchison will address the gathering at 4:30 pm.
Residents are encouraged to come on out, share their memories and dreams, and just have some down home fun. Following the birthday party, Town Council will meet in Council Chambers starting at 6 pm. Everyone is always welcome to attend Committee and Council meetings.
For anyone who is not able to attend but wishes to be heard, please contact [email protected]