Weekend Fun, April 4-6

Friday

Taylor-Brawner Park with Art. 6pm – 9pm (Opening Reception). Taylor-Brawner House. A free fine art exhibit, featuring all original artwork from 14 award winning regional artists.  Opening day reception April 4th 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm & daily April 5th to 13th, noon to 7:00 pm.  Come to admire or purchase.  Each day a different artist will be in attendance to demonstrate their craft and answer your questions. Bring the family!

Lent Family Fish Fry Dinner. 5:30 – 7:30. St Joseph Catholic Church, Lacey Street, Marietta, GA. Tickets available at Marist Hall every Friday during Lent except Good Friday. Adults/$9, Children 3 – 12/$5, Children under 3/Free. Maximum for the Family – $25 (2 adults & 3 or more Children).

Young Actors Playhouse Presents “Back to the Beanstalk”. 7:30pm. Young Actors Playhouse. Jack’s village has been overrun with rats and mice, and his mother doesn’t have enough money to pay the Piper to get rid of them. After Jack trades his cow for beans, adventure and hilarity ensues! Come find out what Jack learns when he goes “Back to the Beanstalk.” Please visit www.youngactorsplayhouse.com for tickets and information.

Saturday

Home Depot Kids’ Workshop. 9am – 12pm. All Home Depot locations. This week’s kit: Bird bath/Bird feeder.

Helicopter Rides at Marietta Museum of History. 10am – 3pm. Get a birds-eye view of Marietta! Join us at the Aviation Wing for Helicopter Rides! The Blue Ridge Helicopters will have flights going out toward Kennesaw Mountain then back to the Wing. Up to three people can ride at a time depending on weight restrictions. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Aviation Wing. (Weather Permitting). $40/person.

Michaels Kids’ Club. 10am, 10:30, 11, 11:30. All Michaels locations. This week’s craft: Original paintings on canvas.

Marietta Square Farmers Market. 10am – 1pm.

Barnes & Noble Storytime. 11am. Cumberland location. Book: The Pigeon Needs a Bath!

Money Smart Kid Event at East Cobb Library. 11:30 – 12:30. A Family Story Time will be presented by Country Financial as part of the “Money Smart Week 2014” Greater Atlanta campaign. This will be a special program for children ages 3 and up, that includes a 25 book giveaway and a coin piggy bank activity at the end.

Taylor-Brawner Park with Art. 12pm – 7pm. Taylor-Brawner House. A free fine art exhibit, featuring all original artwork from 14 award winning regional artists.  Daily April 5th to 13th, noon to 7:00 pm.  Come to admire or purchase.  Each day a different artist will be in attendance to demonstrate their craft and answer your questions. Bring the family!

Young Actors Playhouse Presents “Back to the Beanstalk”. 11am, 3pm & 7:30pm. Young Actors Playhouse. Jack’s village has been overrun with rats and mice, and his mother doesn’t have enough money to pay the Piper to get rid of them. After Jack trades his cow for beans, adventure and hilarity ensues! Come find out what Jack learns when he goes “Back to the Beanstalk.” Please visit www.youngactorsplayhouse.com for tickets and information.

 

Sunday

Taylor-Brawner Park with Art. 12pm – 7pm. Taylor-Brawner House. A free fine art exhibit, featuring all original artwork from 14 award winning regional artists.  Daily April 5th to 13th, noon to 7:00 pm.  Come to admire or purchase.  Each day a different artist will be in attendance to demonstrate their craft and answer your questions. Bring the family!

Young Actors Playhouse Presents “Back to the Beanstalk”. 3pm. Young Actors Playhouse. Jack’s village has been overrun with rats and mice, and his mother doesn’t have enough money to pay the Piper to get rid of them. After Jack trades his cow for beans, adventure and hilarity ensues! Come find out what Jack learns when he goes “Back to the Beanstalk.” Please visit www.youngactorsplayhouse.com for tickets and information.

 

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Alicia

A New Orleans girl turned Georgia peach and stay at home mom to 2 daughters. Before taking the leap into full time mothering, I worked at at an Atlanta-based advertising agency. I have lived in Smyrna for almost 10 years and am still not sure how I managed to find a job more chaotic and unpredictable than advertising.

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