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[VLOG]: Discover SCUBA at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center

[VLOG]: Discover SCUBA at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center

  Discover SCUBA If you’ve visited the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, I’m sure you’ve seen the Underwater Astronaut Trainer tank. You may have even peeked inside to see people playing basketball, performing an “extravehicular activity” (EVA), or just practicing moving around in microgravity. But, did you know that YOU can go down in the […]

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[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

[VLOG]: The Instagram Guide to Huntsville

Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I am SUPER excited to be kicking off the 2017 #iHeartHsv campaign! For the past three years, the Huntsville/Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau has hosted a social media campaign to encourage people around the world to share what they love about Huntsville and Madison County. Every day […]

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[VLOG]: What’s New in Huntsville for 2017

[VLOG]: What’s New in Huntsville for 2017

Happy New Year everyone! Katie here again, and in the spirit of new beginnings, I’m showing you some of the construction here in Huntsville that will be partially or completely finished in 2017. Huntsville is growing, and it’s so exciting! Campus No. 805 Although many of Campus No. 805’s tenants have been open for a […]

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[VLOG]: The Galaxy of Lights

[VLOG]: The Galaxy of Lights

  The Galaxy of Lights at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens is a “can’t miss” event around the holidays, and it’s easy to see why! For a few weeks every year, larger-than-life light displays take over the gardens to delight all who walk or drive through. The tradition started in 1996, meaning this is the 21st […]

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[VLOG]: 5 Things to be Thankful for in Huntsville & Madison

[VLOG]: 5 Things to be Thankful for in Huntsville & Madison

5 Things to be Thankful for in Huntsville & Madison, Alabama It’s so nice to step back sometimes and realize all the things you are grateful for. There are so many great things about Huntsville and Madison that it’s hard to narrow it down, but in this video I will discuss five things about the […]

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VLOG: Dog-Friendly Activities in Huntsville!

VLOG: Dog-Friendly Activities in Huntsville!

  Dogs are man’s best friend, and who wouldn’t want to go out and do fun things with their best friend? Madison County is a very dog-friendly place, and in this video I’ll show you some of my favorite things to do with my pooch.   Visit a Dog Park Madison County hosts several off-leash […]

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[VLOG]: Staying Cool in Huntsville

[VLOG]: Staying Cool in Huntsville

      Hi guys! Katie here again. It’s no secret that Alabama summers are hot, but who wants to spend the whole season indoors? I know I sure don’t. In this video, I’ll show you a few ways to keep you staying cool in the Huntsville heat that don’t involve staying inside.   Suzy’s […]

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[VLOG]: Madison County Farmers Markets

[VLOG]: Madison County Farmers Markets

  Madison County has a lot of big city conveniences, but we’ve also got a few small town charms, too! For example, it is super easy to access fresh, locally-grown food at one of our many farmer’s markets. Today, I’m showing you four great spots to visit to sample some delicious goods grown right here in […]

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[VLOG]: A Day in Downtown Madison

[VLOG]: A Day in Downtown Madison

Hi everyone, Katie here again! Huntsville isn’t the only downtown area in Madison County- there’s lots to do in downtown Madison too, like shopping, eating, and even a new scavenger hunt.   Shopping in downtown Madison My first stop was at the Cotton Gin Boutique to check out their clothing and accessories. They have sections […]

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[VLOG]: Top 6 Tourist Spots in Madison County

[VLOG]: Top 6 Tourist Spots in Madison County

Hi everyone! Katie here. May is National Travel & Tourism Month, so I’m sharing my top six tourist spots in Madison County.   1. Big Spring Park/Downtown Fittingly, our first stop is the Big Spring, which is where Huntsville founder John Hunt settled in 1805. There is no shortage of things to do in Big […]

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