Community Caroling & Tree Lighting Ceremony – November 27

TRUSSVILLE – Gather at the Christmas tree on the Mall to sing carols, enjoy hot chocolate and cookies and make new friends while kicking off the most wonderful time of the year. This family event is free to attend and takes place from 4:30 to 6 p.m. www.trussvillechamber.com

Stars Dancing for HEALS – December 1

HUNTSVILLE – Watch spectacular dancing and vote for your favorite contestant all while supporting a wonderful cause at this “Dancing with the Stars” inspired fundraiser for HEALS, Inc., which builds medical, dental and optometry clinics in Huntsville and Madison County. Located at the von Braun Center the…

Christmas Tree Lighting Festival – December 2

PELL CITY – Take time to appreciate all that the “gateway to Logan Martin Lake” has to offer at this family friendly celebration, including live music and performances from local artist Berritt Haynes, the Pell City Dancers, and Santa will stop by for photos and to begin the grand countdown in front of the…

Christmas Boat Parade – December 2 & 10

GADSDEN – Watch the beautifully decorated and brightly lit parade of boats along the Coosa River Walk. This family-friendly event will take place on December 2nd in Gadsden and on December 10th in Rainbow City. More than fifteen boats are expected to participate in the event and admission is free. Parade begins…

It’s a Wonderful Life: Live Radio Play – December 2-31

MONTGOMERY – Is the classic black and white film starring James Stewart a staple of your family’s holiday television viewing? Then why don’t you watch the play adaptation and experience the classic story in a whole new way? This is an enchanting, family-friendly production at the beautifully situated Alabama…

West Alabama Christmas Parade – December 3

TUSCALOOSA – The city of Tuscaloosa will host a ceremonial tree lighting at the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse at 5:15 and then the parade will begin at 6:30. This is a free event and there will be a contest for best parade float with the winners announced on the 10 o’clock news on the local radio station WVUA.…