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KIDSTUFF for kids of all ages Nasa Space Camp (334) 262-2697

Six Flags Over Georgia

Girl Scouts of South Central Alabama, Inc.

Desoto Caverns

Boy Scouts of America (334) 272-9164 (800) 239-6636

4-H (334)265-0233

Fountain City BMX

David Whetson Jr. Sports Complex Prattville

Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum Calera, AL (205) 668-3435

Youth Sports YMCA Branches

Montgomery Area Dixie Youth Baseball

The City Parks and Recreation sponsors the Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball leagues at the eight beautiful ballparks in the area. Registration is in February with league play starting in March. The eight park leagues are zoned for certain subdivisions and neighborhoods. (334) 241-2300

Wildlife Museum

Montgomery Miracle League

Things to Do

Montgomery Zoo

Montgomery Biscuits Baseball

Jubilee Kidsfest

NASA Marshall Space Center in Huntsville


Old Alabama Town

Alabama Archives and History Museum

McWane Center in Birmingham

USS Alabama Battleship in Mobile

Provides an opportunity for children and adults with physical and/or cognitive disabilities a chance to play baseball. (334) 300-1088 (334)201-0199.

Montgomery County Youth Sports

Armory Gymnastics (334) 241-2789

Know the Community

Birmingham Zoo

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Group Activities


ASF Acting Academy

AUM Youth Programs (334) 244-3804

Montgomery Barracudas Swim Team

A nationally recognized competitive swim team that has produced Olympic swimmers.

Montgomery Indoor Soccer Capital City Streaks

River Region Rapids Soccer Club

Upward Basketball Programs Provided by several local churches: Frazer UMC: 272-8622 New Home Baptist - Wetumpka: 567-5966 East Memorial Baptist - Prattville: 365-7500 Vaughn Park Church: 272-2665

Capital City Juniors Volleyball Club kid stuff

(334) 386-1342

Montgomery YMCA Track Team

Coach Darryl Woods (334) 265-1433

Prattville YMCA Wrestling Team

Science & Culture Gayle Planetarium

Know the Community


Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts


AUM’s Youth Programs stimulate and nurture curious minds of students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Summer 2012 offers exciting classes such as: • Sportscaster Camp lead by WAKA sportscaster Dee Jackson • ACT Prep Course •Tech Camps •Magic, math, reading, writing, cooking classes and more

Activities For Teens Alabama Youth Legislature

ZooTeen Program

Teens can work with animals and receive leadership training education.aspx (334)240-4909

Montgomery Public Library

(334) 240-4992, The Montgomery City-County Public Library System has 10 branches across the county. Services offered include: • free internet access at all 10 locations • author talks and book signings • children’s & teen programming • book clubs • extensive reference assistance (in person, by phone and online) • bestsellers, popular fiction, and nonfiction relevant to our community • real time internet chat-based homework help through • free practice testing through • movies, music and books on CD/DVD

Mommy & ME Classes

The Montgomery Museum of Fine Art offers classes for preschool and school age children. The preschool classes are designed for parent & child partners. A favorite is the Preschool Painters studio class where children explore color mixing and painting with tempera, acrylics, and watercolors. The Toddler Crafts & Storytime studio class is offered twice monthly giving parents and children an opportunity to create art together.

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JENN’S TOP 5 PICKS FOR FUN THINGS TO ENJOY WITH KIDS • ARTWORKS at Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts • Vaughn Road Playground • Summer Movies at the Rave and Capri Theatres • Saturday morning Kid’s Workshop at Home Depot and Lowe’s • Chappy’s Deli for Lunch – Kids eat free and they love the mini icecream cone! Jennifer and Chris Jones and their children Jaxon (5) and Connor (2 1/2) have lived in Montgomery for three years. Chris flies F-16’s with the Alabama Air National Guard, and Jennifer stays home with the kids and consults with Usborne Books. Air Force active duty life has provided many wonderful living and traveling experiences in the United States and abroad, but they now enjoy being back in the South near Jennifer’s family. Chris grew up in the state of Washington, but has settled in well, and catches himself often saying y’all with a slight Southern drawl. They are members of Frazer United Methodist Church and enjoy spending time with family and friends and any activities that keep their active preschoolers happy!  Find all the “Kids Eat Free” nights at

What are your children doing this SUMMER?

Experience a NEW kind of SUMMER!

AUM’s Summer Youth Programs June 3-July 26 More information at or 334-244-3804 Scan the QR code to visit our Facebook page!


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