Family-Friendly Events for the Week

Fun Things Happening in Midtown

From tantalizing to classic to Lemony tales, enjoy your weekend with these...

Family-Friendly Bets

When/Where: Saturday at 10:30am and 11:30am in the Children's Garden Amphitheater.
Why Go:  No need to register - just head out to the Botanical Garden rain or shine for Mr. Eric’s (author of  Pete the Cat, I Love my White Shoes) guitar strumming and Tall Tale telling!
Pricing: Included with Garden admission.

When/Where: Saturday from 10:30am to 4:30pm at the .
Why Go:  Celebrate the 75th anniversary of Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind with a guided tour of the apartment where she wrote the book - also enjoy living history interpreters representing Civil War soldiers, dance clinics featuring popular dances from both the Civil War and Margaret Mitchell’s era, musical performances by The Musselwhite Family Bluegrass Band, and other activities for adults and kids.
Pricing: Celebration is included with the price of general admission.

When/Where:  Saturday 11:00am to 3:00pm in Ballrooms.
Why Go: Especially for Atlanta’s newest parents and parents-to-be, the Atlanta Baby and Child Expo will include a maternity fashion show, a baby gear runway, pampering opportunities, the opportunity to meet industry and medical professionals, products for purchase, great door prizes and more...
Pricing:  $20.00 in advance ; $25.00 day of the event; $40.00 VIP tix; Free for children under 18 years old.  


When/Where: Saturday at 8:00pm in .
Why Go:  A night out for your teens - Grady’s Senior designers and models present their Urban Couture Spring Fashion Show!
Pricing:  $10.00

When/Where: Sunday, 1:30pm and 3:30pm at .
Why Go: Based on Lemony Snicket’s popular picture book, The Composer is Dead, this family-friendly concert will introduce children (and maybe re-introduce some parents!) to the instruments in the orchestra.
Pricing: $15.00 - $20.00

Desiree Miller May 10, 2011 at 11:47 PM
Thanks for sharing the info about the baby expo! It's going to be an amazing event for so many expectant and new moms!


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