Things 2 Do

Things to do: Atlanta Brunch Festival, Science Fest, FREE events, and more!


March 8

2020 Kidfit Strong Fitness Challenge

Kids of all ages will get the opportunity to flex their physical fitness by participating in the Kidfit Strong Fitness Challenge! A completion-based obstacle course testing speed, strength, agility and overall physical fitness. The event is FREE to the public and features a variety of activities for the whole family.

March 6-21

Atlanta Science Festival

Experience the Atlanta Science Festival with 100 events across metro Atlanta, and one BIG party in Piedmont Park! The following two weeks will offer more than 100 free and nominal cost events including hands-on activities, facility tours, presentations, and performances at a variety of locations throughout Metro Atlanta.


March 7

Atlanta Brunch Festival

Celebrate some of the best restaurants in the brunch game! Enjoy tasting size portions of brunch items while also enjoying all kinds of brunch beverages including Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and Brunch Punch! There will also be live music with Coast Guard and a DJ Qtip. Bottomless drink tickets are $60 day of event.

BBQ, Bourbon and Bar Crawl

Rain or shine, stroll through midtown eating tasty BBQ, and enjoying exclusive bourbon specials, beer, and more! Tickets start at $22.50.

Irish Lights St. Patrick’s Day Festival

The Fest is an all day party that will have a variety of DJ’s in multiple areas spinning tropical house, EDM, deep house, progressive house, pop n rock and open format music. General admission is $23.

March 5- April 12

On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estevez

Experience the inspiring true story of two people whose belief in their art and determination created a new crossover genre of music! Catch a performance at the Aurora Theatre. Ticket prices vary.

March 14:

Superhero Science Night

Come on out to the Children’s Museum of Atlanta for the Superhero Science Night. Kids and parents are encouraged to dress up as their favorite superhero as they save the world using the functions of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Tickets for members are $10, non-members are $20.