HydroFest is the perfect activity for families. With so much to see and do inside the event venue, including a kid’s inflatable area and static displays, combined with fast-paced racing on the water, there will be something fun for each member of the family.
MARSHALL COUNTY CVB NEWS
Marshall County's first brewery
In 2015, the landscape of brewed beer completely changed when Brett, Clay and Sarah Smith, owners of Main Channel Brewing Company, opened the doors of Main Channel Brewing Company.
Guest Blog by Jennifer Palmer, President of the Albertville Chamber of Commerce
Wow! I had the trip of a lifetime between Christmas and New Year's traveling to Pasadena, California, to watch the Albertville Aggie High School Band march in the Rose Parade festivities. My daughter is on the Color Guard, and, yes, I am a proud momma.
Guest Blog by Morri Yancy, President of the Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce
Mentoring is one of the greatest things you can do for yourself and your organization. Having been the beneficiary of an outstanding mentor, I understand and value the impact a professional mentor can have on a career. Seventeen years ago, I began my career as a chamber of commerce executive. I was focused on building a strong organization and establishing myself as a leader in the community.
“We’re getting married!” The holiday season doesn’t just celebrate Christmas and bringing in a new year, it is also one of the most popular times for couples to get engaged. When you think about it, it truly is the best time to pop the question. Family being together and childhood friends visiting home for Christmas, no one will miss the special occasion. It doesn’t matter what platform of social media you are on, you are almost guaranteed to see a proposal photo. It’s a very exciting time in a couple’s life and Marshall County has plenty of breathtaking venues for that perfect wedding day.
Alabama has launched a three-year celebration that honors its 200th birthday from 2017 to 2019. During those three years, Alabamians across the state will celebrate Alabama Places, Alabama People and Alabama Stories. Marshall County is fortunate to have a plethora of historical places, people and stories.
Eagle awareness weekends kick off on Friday, January 19th at the Lake Guntersville State Park for the 33rd year. The 2018 Eagle Awareness Program opens with a host of family activities including kid’s crafts and story time. Each weekend through February 18, Lake Guntersville State Park will host three days of speakers, family activities, and live birds of prey.
This weekend is a big weekend for the Albertville City Schools choir program. Over the next two days, over 30 different choirs of all ages will take the stage at the Albertville Fine Arts Center to compete in the 8th Annual Diamon Classic hosted by Albertville High School's Centerstage!