Looking for something to do around Atlanta? Here are some things to do around Atlanta for those who are interested in getting out.
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Red Phone Booth Goes Pink
Red Phone Booth, a 1920′s prohibition era speakeasy with locations in downtown and Buckhead, is showing its support of breast cancer awareness month. Once inside, members will find bartenders donned with pink vests and ribbons, serving up the limited edition pink cocktail, Brockmans Hope, $15. Made with Brockmans Gin, crème de framboise, an egg white, Luxardo cherry wine, lime juice and garnished with the notable pink ribbon, the fundraising beverage is available through October 31.
The event features artistic “fairy” houses, hidden throughout the Woodlands Garden’s eight-acre forest for young nature-lovers to find. Skyland Trail artists will create intricate tiny houses in the woods to celebrate art within nature. Attendees to this free, public event will discover tiny fairy dwellings built from bark, twigs, branches, seed heads, leaves and other natural materials, tucked in sheltered nooks along the garden’s paths. Colonies will include root fairies, stump fairies, fortress fairies, moss fairies ... and of course trolls under the bridge.
Bring your friends (or the whole family) to enjoy Peaches & Pigs at EVEN Hotel Alpharetta across from the Avalon – right off Old Milton Pkwy! Enjoy a full hour of not-so-spooky yoga with “Peaches” the Spider Monkey and Baby Pigs who will be visiting all the way from North Georgia Wildlife Park. Partial proceeds from ticket sales will be donated directly to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Dress up in costumes, and enjoy trick-or-treat stations, an outdoor Halloween Dance Party for guests, and Halloween-inspired photo stations!
Enjoy a night of Howl-o-ween fun with a costume contest, drinks and a DJ spinning some tunes. Tickets are available online, and the event is rain or shine!
It’s Halloween weekend, and there’s no better time to “see and be seen” on the Atlanta BeltLine! Join us for Halloween weekend as we creep down the BeltLine and sample treats (and a devilish cocktail tasting) at some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. Prize for best costume!
Through Oct. 31
Head over to the Atlanta Botanical Garden for Scarecrows in the Garden! Check out dozens of scarecrow creations by local artists, crafters, and youth groups! The display runs through the end of October.
Through Nov. 7th
HauntedZone Haunted House is Sky Zone Roswell’s newest attraction! A walk-through the dark experience where all your Nightmares come true! Guests experience scream-filled surprises, frightening actors, monsters and special effects!
Bill Curry is a football legend. Not only is he a superstar for his amazing record as a player and coach, he has been a life-changing inspiration to those whose lives he has touched. Curry’s book, Ten Men You Meet in the Huddle: Lessons from a Football Life, will be the topic of his presentation at the Georgia Writers Museum “Meet the Author” event at 7pm on Tuesday, November 9th.
The original Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof, which opened in 1964, was the first musical in history to surpass 3,000 performances. The show won the 1965 Tony Award for Best Musical in addition to eight other Tony Awards that year. This acclaimed revival proudly introduces a new generation to the iconic musical adored across the globe.
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