We are fortunate to have several makerspaces around Huntsville now, but the 3D printers are restricted or privately owned. I am a part of the 3D printing Club of Huntsville, and our overall goal is to have a makerspace that is free for anyone of all ages to use. If you are interested in our cause, Give us a thumbs up! For more information on this, or if you are just generally interested in our group, please visit our ...more »
How about events on the Green Ways? ie Art festivals, etc. It would be a good way to get people out on the Green Ways and make a day out of it. Trunk sales, etc...
Once a year have a "Kayak Day" at Big Spring Park. Kayakers would be invited to kayak around in the lagoon for fun and also the amusement the of the spectators.
Huntsville is truly blessed by being near a major scenic river, the Tennessee River. There has been a lot of discussion on LinkedIn lately on bringing a riverboat cruise to our city. This could also tie us closer with our neighbor cities along the river. As an added option, this boat could carry a casino. A lot of cities have casinos nearby that exist legally because they are in the water. Many people in Huntsville ...more »
I like the idea of bringing a Brazilian or South American style restaurant to Huntsville. We have food from just about every continent, except South America is not represented very well. These are gaining in popularity everywhere, even cruise vacation ships. One special service is that the waiters bring fresh marinated roasted meat skewers right to your table.
This is one thing the Huntsville is in Desperate need of. Times are changing and this generation of Huntsville you always have to travel outside of Huntsville to have fun. We are off to a good start with Shakalaka Trampoline Arena opening soon. Huntsville needs to be a city of Fun as well as great food, events and shopping. Something like Andretti (Go Karts & Games), a better water park than Southern Adventures and a ...more »
The former Hale Furniture Store on Jefferson is a perfect example. The building has been empty for years. Rotting wood covers the windows. A green construction barrier (which is falling apart) blocks most of the sidewalk. Trash accumulates at the entrance. You get one chance at a first impression and THIS is what greets everyone driving into downtown Huntsville. It’s a shining example of what should NEVER be allowed. ...more »