HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Merrimack Hall Performing Arts Center is raising money to renovate unfinished space in their building.
Merrimack Hall first opened in Huntsville back in 2007 as a performance space, but fast forward 11 years, and it has become a hub for children and adults with specials needs.
Now, Merrimack has more changes planned for the future and needs a little help to bring visual and performing arts education to even more students.
Debra Jenkins is the founder of Merrimack Hall Performing Arts Center, also known as "happy headquarters."
Once they raise the money construction should take just about 90 days to complete. The space will be turned into four or five new studios, which will allow them to enroll 144 new students.