Bubby's 50's Theme Diner is open! The diner is located at 8412 Whitesburg Drive SE Huntsville, AL 35802
A huge THANK YOU to those who donated to the Coat, Sock and Undergarment Drive supporting McDonnell Elementary!
On Monday, December 14th, ten large bags filled with exactly 350 items were delivered to McDonnell that included 121 pieces of clothing, 90 pairs of socks, 54 pairs of new underwear in various sizes, 19 hats, 15 coats, 14 sweaters, 12 pairs of gloves and 11 pairs of shoes as well as other items in smaller numbers.
McDonnell Elementary staff, parents and especially the students THANK YOU!!!
Merry Christmas and a happy, safe and healthy 2021 from Huntsville South Civic Association
THANK YOU to all who donated toys to the “KIDS TO LOVE” box located at Cozy Bean Café on Whitesburg Drive. The toys were delivered today and the Kids To Love personnel thank you also!
Don't forget the coat/sock and newly purchased undergarments drive for Mc Donnell Elementary is still going on! Drop off box is located in the lobby the South Precinct 7900 Bailey Cove Rd.
Doors are open Monday- Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm. Ends December 11, 2020.
Huntsville South Board Members had the privilege of making a monetary donation of $300 dollars to Thin Line Support, Inc. Pictured with Huntsville South members are Mark and Kathy Hooper accepting the check. Thin Line Support, Inc. Meridianville, Al supports First Responders and their families in an event of an emergency situation.
For further information on Thin Line Support, Inc. call 256-508-6150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all who attended Huntsville South car show.
Huntsville South would like to thank storage sense for the great venue. Auto Zone for the wonderful donation of the 50 piece tool set.
Also thank you O’reilly Auto parts for the creeper and tool set.
Tire Discounters/Winchester Road for 2 oil changes.
Listed below were the winners of the car show:
Best in show: car # 17 1957 Jaguar owner Bob Hardison
Best truck: #50 1950 Chevy.
Owner Glen Murphree
Best car: #30 1968 Camaro
Owner Steve Adlich
Peoples Choice: #45 triumph
Owner Jane Bush
Participants Choice: #8 Mustang Gt350
Owner Dave Clifton
Huntsville South Choice: #31 1955 Chevy
Owner Danny Archuleta
Looking forward to 2021 Car Show.
Finding ways for musical theater to survive in these pandemic times has certainly been a challenge. Not only does social distancing limit the numbers in a theater audience but the venues we use are either closed or so limited in seating capacity that there is no breakeven point.
And that is how the Drive-In Cabaret was born. The building owners of our Studio (Mark and Chrissie Bannister) have graciously allowed us to turn their parking lot into a performance venue. The loading dock provided the stage and there is no limit to the talent in our IMPHuntsville family. Some of our professional alumni have been home and lending their voices to these events.
We have successfully held four Drive-In cabarets to date. Great feedback on the events has encouraged us to do more. You can bring your family, park and enjoy entertainment under the stars while safely maintaining "social distancing". We have had the What’s Popp’N food truck available for your drink and snack enjoyment or bring your own picnic.
Upcoming cabarets are:
Sep. 13 - It Takes Two
It Takes Two….to tango….to talk….to SING A DUET! Hear your favorite duets (and solos) by some stage couples who have lifted their voices in song together in many great shows.
Oct. 18 - Villains of Broadway
What is more appropriate in the pre-Halloween season than a stage full of Broadway’s most interesting villains? IMPHuntsville presents a cavalcade of musical theater bad guys (and girls) whom we simply love to hate!
As with any 501(c)(3) entity, IMP is funded solely by donations, grants and
ticket sales, so please visit the donations page and help us out.