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Saturday & Sunday, March 18 & 19 Saturday, March 25


Know of a low cost event happening? By Marci Miller

Through March 31

Saturday, March 11

275 Centennial Olympic Park

Historic Oakland Cemetery; Free



is month join the Children’s Museum and take $10 off the cost of a new Family Membership and receive one extra bonus month of fun. Members get free daytime general admission to the Museum for a full year, plus discounts on Summer Camp and on tickets to special events. Members also receive invitations to special membersonly events, including member preview nights for upcoming traveling exhibits.

For the third year, Historic Oakland Foundation partners with the Georgia Daffodil Society to host Daffodil Day, a springtime celebration of Oakland Cemetery’s ubiquitous bloom. Enjoy a day in Oakland’s Victorian gardens with guided walks, garden presentations, a cut flower display, dialogue with local daffodil and gardens experts, children’s activities, and more.

Now Open Through April 2



Turner Field Gray LotTicket range $1 - $8; $1.25 per ride

March 15 - 25

Centennial Olympic Park; Free Event



is is the Southeast’s largest train show featuring six operating model railroads, including one for kids to run. ere will be over 250 tables of model train dealers plus door prizes, raffle layout, and an exchange for guests to sell their trains.

Compete in fun, easy dog Olympic competitions and enjoy a dog day of festivities. All are welcome to enter the free Olympic Game competitions and can pre-register or just show up on event day and play.

March 22 - 26


Cobb Galleria Centre Adults $10; Kids under 12 Free


Georgia World Congress Center e Atlanta International Auto Show is the largest annual consumer event held annually at the GWCC and one of the nation’s great auto shows, attracting many of the world’s major automotive manufacturers during its five day run. Check out over 500 new and preproduction vehicles on the 400,000 sq. ft. show floor. Event takes place in the C Building of the GWCC.

Brook Run Park; 11am - 4pm; Free

Saturday & Sunday, April 1 & 2

Historic Olmstead Linear Park; Free

e two-day fine arts event features over 125 displays of local and regional fine art and crafts, utilizing the gorgeous landscape designed by one of America's most celebrated landscape architects, Fredrick Olmsted, Sr. In addition to the abundance of unique art, visit the children's area and enjoy gourmet food trucks, beverages and acoustic musical performances. Free and open to all ages; dogs are welcome.

Find science at your fingertips during the Enjoy electrifying adventure, heart- 4th annual Atlanta Science Festival’s Expounding exhilaration and endless ploration Expo, the metro area’s largest amounts of mouth-watering funnel cakes. free interactive science day. is wildly Admire the city lights atop the Towering popular, family-friendly event brings sciFerris Wheel, spin gleefully in the spring ence to Atlanta’s backyard with more than air on the Tea Cups and take a magical 100 interactive exhibits; hands-on experiAtlanta Science Expo tour on the nostalgic carousel. Stop by one ments; mind-blowing demos; and a full Free Event of the many fair-food eateries to indulge in line-up of live performances. e festival March 15–25 Centennial Olympic Park the savory delights of elephant ears, cot- culminates with Exploration Expo, at ton candy and candy apples. tennial Olympic Park on March 25. REceive Updated Events Weekly. Sign Up by Emailing Enter on the subject line: Sign me up Insite!

Pure Exhilaration!

Raise $1,000 to rappel for Special Olympics Georgia and take part in the rare experience in stepping Over the Edge and rappelling down the Overlook III building in Vinings.

Vinings Saturday, April 29 2017 Register as an individual or a team with $25 fee. Visit to register and learn more about the event contact Jennifer Harper at PG 6 • March 2017 •

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