Things To Do This Weekend

Halloween is over and everyone is taking a deep breath before launching into the holiday festivities, but there are still several events worth getting out for:


Candy Buy Back Costume Party, Pediatric Dentistry of Atlanta (Vinings). 4-6pm. Exchange candy for money (candy will be sent to the troops overseas). Wear your costume again and join your friends for a dance party, with live DJ.

Santa Claus arrives at Town Center at Cobb. Arrival party at Center Court from 6pm – 11pm. Santa arrives outside of the Food Court at 7pm. Entertainment includes Radio Disney, Radio City Rockettes and the Walker School Band.



Home Depot Kids Workshop. Free workshop from 9am – 12pm. Recommended for ages 5-12. This week kids will be building a ship.

Undy 5000 5K & 1 mile tot trot. Colon Cancer Alliance. Onsite registration begins at 7:30am. Registration is $40 on race day for the 5K and $30 on race day for the tot trot, 5 and under are free. 5K begins at 9am, tot trot begins at 9:10.

Goldilocks and the Curse of the Porridge, Young Actors Playhouse. 11am & 3pm. Tickets $10 for adults and $7 for children.

Children’s Storytime at Barnes & Noble, Cumberland. 11am

Siennafest Craft Fair, St. Catherine of Sienna (Kennesaw). Free event. Starts at 9am & features over 50 local crafters.

Marietta Farmers Market. 9am – 12pm



Free First Sunday at Marietta Museum of Art. Free admission from 1pm – 4pm.

Marietta Farmers Market. 12pm – 3pm (last month that the Farmers Market will be open on Sunday until April)





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