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After the usual Memorial Day weekend heatwave, we Southern folks start looking for the best way to cool down. All of a sudden you don't mind that the only family on the block with a pool steals your S...

Little Bucs Shuttle Adventure to Fernbank Museum On the first Tuesday of every month, the buc becomes a round-trip ticket to fun for preschoolers. On July 7, the adventure will be a trip to the Fe...

Buckhead’s Free Shuttle Service Launches Monthly Adventure Program for Kids Atlanta, Georgia May 12, 2009 This summer an exciting new program is coming to Buckhead – the Little Bucs Adven...

Free alternative sports & music tour for kids hitting five select cities, featuring live music performances, and appearances by top national extreme sport athletes. Pro athletes from Team DC, incl...

Note: This program's special pricing ended May 22 Through social media outlets such as Facebook, Myspace and Twitter fans of the Georgia Aquarium can purchase tickets at a discounted price o...

Georgia Aquarium, in partnership with Be Well Atlanta, is excited to announce the launch of “Yoga Under the Sea,” a unique experience offering guests the opportunity to attend yoga sessions against th...

Aquarium now has largest collection on display in North America The Georgia Aquarium released two new great hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna mokarran) into the Ocean Voyager gallery, built by The ...

Celebrate Earth Day in Atlanta, GA Earthweek is our yearly chance to show our planet a little care and appreciation and its popularty underscores the successes the environmental movement has...

Time: September 23 - October 30, 2005, 10am - 6pm, Fri-Sun, 10am - 7pm, Sat Cost: FREE with admission Pumpkin Festival. You may want to sit in the Great Pumpkin Patch with Charlie Brown, but you ...

Date: September 16-October 7, 2006 Time: 11 am, 3 pm Cost: $8 Atlanta‘s Alice in Wonderland puts you front and center for the adventure of the young girl who chases a rabbit and takes a fall into...

Time: March 17-19, 2007 Cost: FREE Irish eyes are smiling at the thought of the fun they will have at the St. Patrick‘s Day Festival in the 7th largest Irish City in North America - Atlanta! Tak...

Thanksgiving Traditions in Atlanta are many and all all them will warm your heart. These traditions that come down from generations ago, give the people of the city a sense of belonging and continuity...

Time: October 1-November 5, 2007 Oktoberfest in Helen is famous for a lot of great reasons. Let’s see, there’s food. There’s music. There’s scenery. There’s shopping. There’s the great weather. We...

Dates: November 18-December 30, 2006 A Storybook Christmas is a compilation of several favorite Christmas stories that will delight the entire family. As in a storybook, these stories will come to ...

On Sept. 6, 2006 at 4:51 p.m., an extremely rare giant panda cub was born at Zoo Atlanta. Born to 9-year-old giant panda Lun Lun, the cub has been determined to be a female, weighs approximately 1.4 l...

Location: Galleria Gardens, Galleria Mall, Cobb Parkway and I-285, Atlanta Time: September 5, 2005, 7:15am America‘s 10K Family Race. On your mark...get set...go! The US 10K Classic is billed as A...

Best Summer Camps in Atlanta for Kids Wooowoo! School is out: no books or teachers--add to that the luxury of getting out of bed late...what a treat! Things may not be so great for parents t...

Spring Break Activities in Atlanta Ooooooh, no school, no books or teachers--add to that the luxury of getting out of bed late...what a holiday! After a long and cold winter semester, Spring...

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is always a festive treat for visitors but this holiday season, there are ten more reasons to celebrate with Fernbank: 10) Do your holiday shopping in the Fernban...

The trees are bare, the temperatures chilly and the kids want to go out and play. While Atlanta does not see much snow the city does have plethora of activities for families. With great sporting teams...

Whether you are an Atlanta native you are visiting for the weekend or an extended vacation, sometimes you want to skip the expensive, trendy restaurant and go for a big, juicy burger. Atlanta is known...

Tummy Town Article Date: 1/26/05 Location: Imagine It! The Children‘s Museum of Atlanta It is all about health and the way to communicate the information to kids in a fun and interactive way. ...

This performance by the David Simpich Marionettes of Colorado Springs, CO is based on Stravinsky’s suite and it is about a young Prince Ivan who is ordered by his father the Tsar to seek The Firebird....

Atlanta‘s ""The Trial of Mother Goose"" is a extraordinary musical based on the play by Helen Louise Miller. The musical form was created by Susan Chambers and it is performed by her dance company. ...

Little Baby Snoogle-Fleejer Article Date: 2/15/05 Location: Alliance Theater, 1280 Peachtree St., NE, Atlanta A book written by President Jimmy Carter and illustrated by his daughter Amy in 199...

""Rain"" is Cirque Eloize‘s third show and it has transcended what we understand circus to be. Encompassing diverse elements of circus, theatre, dance and music, ""Rain"" takes the audience on an unf...

UniverSoul Circus in Atlanta Article Date: 2/27/05 Location: Turner Field Named by the Los Angeles Times ""Cirque du Soul,"" the extraordinary UniverSoul Circus in Atlanta has the distinction ...

A Southern tradition, the Southeastern Flower Show in Atlanta blooms annually to the delight of gardening enthusiasts and lovers of beauty throughout the region. Ranked among the top three flower sho...

At the Georgia Renaissance Festival you will enter the gates of this magnificent 15th-century Kingdom and you‘ll find the King and his Court, castles and cottages, cheery pubs and over 150 elaboratel...

The people who brought you the Broadway triumphs ""The Lion King"" and ""Beauty and the Beast"" are now bringing you their latest hit - a musical ""On The Record."" The tale occurs in a Hollywood reco...

Spend a day celebrating Celtic culture at the 19th Annual Celtic Festival in Atlanta! Enjoy festive Celtic music, colorful costumes, and vibrant dancing in this exciting event perfect for the entire f...

The Atlanta Jazz Festival has an international line-up as well as local Atlanta flavor. The countdown has begun to the 18th Annual Atlanta Jazz Festival‘s 31 days of Jazz cultural conglomeration. The...

As You Like It, a marvelous play written by the Bard himself, is sure to delight and entertain audiences of all ages. A classic case of hidden identity, watch in rapture as the hero and heroine strugg...

Music Midtown, one of the nation’s premier music festivals, is making some dramatic additions this year as the internationally recognized three-day festival enters its 12th season. This year’s Music M...

At the Georgia Peach Festival your vacation certainly won’t be the “pits”! Fun for the entire family, this classic Southern festival is sure to leave you with a warm and fuzzy feeling as peaches take ...

The National Black Arts Festival returns to Atlanta to celebrate the African-American creative legacy in the world of the arts. Themed “Generation to Generation: Master—Mentor—Muse,” this year’s Natio...

American Idol is coming to Atlanta! The reality series is one of the few television shows every year that whole families, from toddler to grandparent, sit down to watch together. Now, families can hav...

Disney Live! Winnie the Pooh is coming to Atlanta. An adventure unfolds as Pooh and Piglet hunt for what makes a perfect day in the Hundred Acre Wood. Pooh‘s other friends get ready for his wonderful ...

Festival Peachtree Latino in Atlanta is set to take place at Underground Atlanta. It is a great festival that started in 2000 and last year attracted over 80,000 people hailing from the southeast regi...

Atlanta Restaurant Week prominently displays the culinary skills of the chefs at Downtown Atlanta restaurants, while you get the advantage of the distinctive dining promotions of three-course dinners ...

Sky High Balloon Festival. Imagine looking up, up, up and seeing the sky filled with brilliant colors and puffy hot-air balloons. At the Sky High Balloon Festival at Callaway Gardens, that sight is ju...

Fantasy in Lights is a wonderland of lights, music and narration that will hold your kids spellbound. This magical display comprises more than a dozen lighted holiday scenes, including a nativity, swa...

Barney Live! The Let’s Go Tour 2006 is sure to be a hopping good time. Turn on your imagination and get in gear for a great time and Barney and his friends come to town. When BJ and Baby Bop break the...

When my family travels on vacation, we like to explore off the beaten path and find attractions and scenic spots that might not be so well-known. On a trip to the Pacific coast several years ago, I ha...

The Stinky Cheese Man takes a classic fairy tale, about the gingerbread man, and turns it on its ear, to the delight of kids of all ages. So what happens when you make a man out of stinky cheese inste...

Atlanta’s Dogwood Festival brings attendees both local and tourist to experience three days of fun, filled with art and entertainment. This year’s event is the 70th and promises to be a fantastic trea...

Beatrix Potter and Friends are brought to life through stories, songs and puppetry in this one-of-a-kind interactive performance. Local actress Holly Stevenson is coming to the gardens in hopes of int...

Dora the Explorer Live brings Dora to the stage with a pirate adventure. This top show for preschoolers is now on stage, live and in person. Your tots will be tickled pink to see Dora jump from their ...

The Fantastiks, the longest-running musical in history, tells a tale of two neighbors, both fathers, who use reverse psychology to get their kids to fall in love with each other. Anyone who has ever h...

Jack and the Beanstalk will never be the same. This adaptation is a one-man mini-musical that will have your kids moving to the grooving and getting a taste of some rap and roll. Jack, that lazy scoun...

The American Indian Festival asks you to step into the past and look to the future. This event celebrates the spirit of the first Americans and their cultural contributions to our heritage. Each day w...

Take a Deep Breath! asks you to think about the ever-important issue of clean air. This fun and informative program seeks to educate and inform while empowering visitors to make choices for improving ...

Mickey’s Magic Show is arriving in town and every cool mom in the city will be there with kids in tow. Mickey, Minnie and a whole passel of Disney friends will all be live on stage to mesmerize your k...

Screen on the Green returns to Atlanta, much to the delight of many of the city’s residents. This year’s slate of movies includes Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Willy Wonka and t...

Family Fun Day starts this month and boy are a lot of moms really glad about that. This month’s theme is Our Many Cultures, which is a perfect opportunity to show your kid how much variety there is ou...

Atlanta’s 4th of July celebration at Centennial Olympic Park is kid- and family-friendly, so pack up the whole gang and head out to the park for a day of fun, festivities and of course, fireworks. You...

Atlanta’s Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival brings a time-honored tradition back for the summer, and it’s one you’ll want to enjoy with the whole family. Movies start at 8 pm for each showing, and inc...

Atlanta’s National Black Arts Festival is a year-round program that culminates in a 10-day summer festival in celebration of the art and artist of the African Diaspora. Formed in order to further and ...

Atlanta’s Bark in the Park event is for people and pets of all kinds. Now in its eighth year, the event features canine Frisbee-catching exhibitions and a whole lot more. There will be pet adoption op...

Atlanta’s Night Journeys exhibit demystifies the mystery of sleep. It allows kids to explore the culture and the science of sleep, including their own sleepytime rituals, fears and curiosities. Bedroo...

Atlanta’s Three Little Pigs brings the Grey Seal puppets to the stage with a combination of the familiar and the new. The same performance includes The Frog Prince and The 3 Billy Goats Gruff, so it’s...

Atlanta Festival Peachtree Latino means fun and culture for all who attend. Enjoy folkloric dance groups that entertain the crowds with feisty steps, and include local talent. The festival was created...

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