These are events that happen all through the year to be on the watch for! We will create events on Facebook for these, but you can also be sure to check out the social media and websites of these locations to get details. These are events created and put on by area businesses and attractions, not by homeschool families, so you will need to check with thtem before attending for up to date details!
Learning Lunches at History Museum of Mobile
"Learning Lunch is a noontime discussion series about the history of Mobile and South Alabama, held on the second Wednesday of each month. Bring your sack lunch and enjoy complimentary beverages provided by the History Museum of Mobile. Admission to these exciting programs is free of charge.
The curators at the History Museum of Mobile have assembled an impressive and diverse list of topics for Learning Lunch programs. In addition to these regularly-scheduled Learning Lunch programs, the History Museum of Mobile will also hold several “special editions” throughout the year. Learn more >>
Homeschool PE and Tiny Tot Days Dreamland Skate Center
Homeschool PE is $5 per Skater every other Friday. 10 am to noon, and open to ALL ages.
Tiny Tots is $5 per Tot and on those other Fridays. It is 10am- noon for ages 8 and under. This includes skates, jump house, big wheels, bounce horses, and childrens music!
Homeschool Meet UPs Mobile West Regional Library
This event is free for ALL ages and the library provides al the fun things! Games and crafts for the littles and something fun and interesting for the older kids in a different area! BONUS: Mom Time!
Field Days Personal Edge Fitness
These are fairly new and are being held around once a month costing $10 for your first child and $5 for additional children!
Story time Five Rivers Delta Resource Center
Join them for a nature-based Story Time the first and third Tuesday of every month at 10am. This week we will read "In a Nutshell," followed by crafts. Designed for children up to the age of six years. Free.
Founder’s Day / Mr. Bellingrath’s Birthday Celebration
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, on August 6, 1869, Walter D. Bellingrath was Mobile’s first Coca-Cola bottler and the founder of Bellingrath Gardens and Home. In honor of Mr. Bellingrath’s Birthday, admission to the Gardens is free to all Mobile and Baldwin County residents! (Please be prepared to show your ID to prove place of residence.) Guests are invited to tour the Gardens and the beautiful Bellingrath Museum Home. There is an additional charge of $9 to tour the Home.