Freed Spirits is set in Atlanta’s Oakland Cemetery, and begins with a tornado that rips through the landmark cemetery, unearthing objects and spirits that have been buried for hundreds of years. A group of 4 quirky characters have to work together to unravel the mystery, and discover the truth about the cemetery’s secrets and each other.
We are HUGE fans of Dunwoody Nature Center. We adore the creek, the playground, the regular events…it’s the very definition of a ‘gem’ in Metro Atlanta. That’s why we are elated to share information about their inaugural Art in the Park event, cleverly dubbed Hoos in the Forest this year.
Magic Tree House® has arrived at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta, and we couldn’t be more excited. Are these books a hit in your house, too? Come and experience three of these fantastic books with your kiddos September 24, 2016 –January 16, 2017
We all know how difficult it is to get quality care in Buckhead. We’ve heard from readers that the best preschool and early education facilities are filled to capacity in that part of the city, which is why we are elated to work with Bright Horizons to help promote their newest Atlanta location in Buckhead!
Don’t miss Alpharetta’s most talent-filled festival of the year, Wire & Wood Alpharetta Songwriter’s Festival, returning to Alpharetta, Ga for its fourth year Oct. 7-8, 2016.
After the hottest summer on record, let’s all rejoice over pumpkin spice and everything nice about fall: pumpkin patches, tricks and treats, costumes and festivals, and a whole lot of great opportunities to make memories with the family.
We won’t speak too soon about summer ending, but let’s just say being outside is a bit more bearable in September. Little wonder that this month’s roundup is packed with festivals that celebrate books, crafts, pianos, balloons and more. Enjoy the holiday weekend, the (sort of) cooler days and the sweet shift from summer to fall.
Ready or not, here back-to-school season comes. But let’s not get too ahead of ourselves: there’s plenty of summertime left to enjoy. From puppet shows and fishing derbies to sing-a-longs and the end of summer festival season, soak up these opportunities for family time before class begins.
School’s out for summer, and that means Atlanta kicks its kid-friendly programming into high gear. They won’t be bored at home with this lineup of fun, including butterflies, plays, festivals and more. Grab the sunscreen, snacks and water…and don’t forget to celebrate Dad at the end of the month, either.
After a wacky winter, it’s safe to say that we are more than ready for full-time spring weather. The April event lineup is packed with opportunities to get out and enjoy it, too. Don’t miss more flower power, extravagantly cute Easter activities, food trucks, puppets and sheep and all the things that make spring in Atlanta great.
Family Friday at the Atlanta Dogwood Festival features special family-oriented entertainment, and kids and adults can both have fun with unlimited ride wristband good for all rides and inflatables on Friday only.
This month we are sharing a few things to do for Valentines’s Day, either as a couple or as a family (including a FUN family package from The Lodge and Spa, photographed below.) There’s a free family festival, a new show and exhibit at Fernbank and a grand Atlanta exhibit at AHC. So Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours…stay warm!
Visit the Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival to see more than 400 artists and crafters display their works for your appreciation and purchase.
I received a ton of questions about parking at Wings Over North Georgia Air Show in Rome. I contacted the CVB for more information, and here is what they shared!