Things are slowing down this weekend just a tad as folks prepare for Thanksgiving and Hanukkah. But there’s still plenty to enjoy: A healthy eating event and book release for your toddler! A new skate park! Cats!!! (You’re welcome).
And, besides what’s listed here, check out this great Holiday Roundup that we posted earlier this week, which highlights activities throughout the entire Atlanta area and beyond. And of course, our Santa listing is posted here.
If you know of any local events that aren’t being covered, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cat Adoptions at PetCo & PetSmart, Smyrna. 9am. Because you need a cat for Christmas. 😉
Marietta Farmers Market. 9am – 12pm
Kennesaw Skate Park Opening Day. 10am. 3140 Old 41 Highway. Free event. There will be a show at 10am demoing the new 40,000 square foot park. Gates open to all skaters after the show. There will be music, merchandise giveaways and raffles, and food vending on-site. Limited edition Kennesaw Skatepark t-shirts will be available for purchase.
Michael’s Kid’s Club. 10am, 10:30, 11, 11:30. All Michael’s locations. Kids will be making a felt stocking this week. $2 per child.
Hansel & Gretel, Young Actors Playhouse in Marietta. 11am & 3pm. Tickets $10 for adults and $7 for children. This musical features a cast of children ages 5 – 13.
Children’s Storytime at Barnes & Noble, Cumberland. 11am
Healthy Eating & Book Release Party for Kids. 12 – 2pm, Taylor Brawner Hall, Smyrna. This FREE event will focus on health and nutrition. The book, Timmy’s Yummy Tummy includes early learning concepts and a recipe in the back as an added bonus. Certified Nutrition & Wellness Consultant, S. Press, will share information on getting your kids to eat healthier. There will also be fun giveaways, healthy snacks and books to purchase.
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre through November 23. Times and ticket information here.
Cat Adoptions at PetCo & PetSmart, Smyrna. 9am.
Marietta Farmers Market. 12pm – 3pm (last month that the Farmers Market will be open on Sunday until April)
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