If you’re looking to find out what’s buzzing in Huntsville, you’ve come to the right place.
These five stories were the talk of the town, and you don’t want to miss out on them. Let’s get you caught up.
What’s happening: Katie Watson Butts and Susie Swanson Fortner are two etiquette enthusiasts who are starting up a new business, Manners Club of the South. They’re on a mission to teach kids etiquette in a fun way, with classes about table manners, restaurant skills, technology etiquette and much more.
- Location: Classes will be held at the Huntsville Country Club
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 256.337.1008
- St. Patrick’s Day Fun Run: Thursday, March 16, 6PM at Fleet Feet Huntsville, 2722 Carl T Jones Suite 2B Huntsville, AL 35802
- Black Market Haggis St. Patrick’s Day Show: Friday, March 17, 5:30-7:30PM at Dragon’s Forge Cafe, 2211 Seminole Dr SW Studio 2073, Huntsville, AL 35805
- St. Patrick’s Party Weekend at The Camp: All day Friday, March 17-Saturday, March 18 at The Camp, 5909 University Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35805
- St. Patrick’s Day Party at The Casual Pint: Friday, March 17, 6PM at The Casual Pint, 2 Off Broadway Street NW Huntsville, AL 35806
- 80s St. Patrick’s Day Party at Innerspace Brewing: Friday, March 17, 7PM-midnight at Innerspace Brewing, 2414 Clinton Avenue W, Huntsville, AL
- A new Japanese restaurant is coming to Airport Road called Dashu, and they hope to open within the next month.
- Kung Fu Tea’s second Huntsville-area location is coming to Whitesburg Plaza, opening date TBA.
- Hippea Camper and Northside Coffee are teaming up to open Hound and Harvest on Whitesburg Drive this spring.
- The Gallery at Lowe Mill, another multifamily development coming to Huntsville, is opening soon across from Lowe Mill.
What’s happening: Last week, 16 new construction permits were issued for Huntsville. Those permits include The Elroy, a new apartment complex in Research Park. The Elroy will cost approximately $30 million to complete, making it the largest project approved in Huntsville last week.
Why it’s important: Located just off of Research Park Boulevard, the largest North-South highway in Huntsville, the community will provide residents with interstate access to major employment centers in both Huntsville and Madison.
What’s happening: This summer, Huntsville will host Project ESE (Esports, STEM and Economic Development) along with only 15 other U.S. cities.
Why it’s important: This multi-million dollar project prioritizes promoting youth education and enhancing economic development in HUD communities across the nation. We’re excited to see how it will enhance educational opportunities and economic advancement in Huntsville.
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