Top 11 Atlanta Happenings This Weekend: December 2nd – 5th

Botanical Saint NickWelcome, December! With the new month ahead, we can’t help but jump right into the holiday season with our Top 11 Happenings Around Atlanta This Weekend: Thursday – Sunday, December 2nd – 5th, 2021.

Among a variety of art-filled events and festive fun, the upcoming weekend includes a plethora of holiday celebration, wonderful ways to have fun while giving back, and some really unique ways to embrace some holiday fun that feels like a step outside of the “Same Old.” 

From cocktail parties for the grownups to puppet shows for the kiddos, we have you covered with fun for everyone –  from ages 1 to 92!

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Sail Into 2022 at Georgia Aquarium’s New Years Eve Celebration

NYE at Georgia AquariumSail into 2022 at Georgia Aquarium with Yacht Rock Schooner! Atlanta’s most unique New Years Celebration invites you to drop your anchor and dine and dance your way into the new year. 

Event Details
December 31st, 2021
8:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

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Join the Virginia Highland Winterfest

Virginia Highland has always drawn crowds from both ITP and OTP, but there’s something special about the events and community efforts going on in Virginia Highland right now. The newly formed non-profit, Virginia Highland District, whose sole mission is to promote community engagement and economic development in the neighborhood, has sparked a renaissance in the neighborhood, and the residents are all-in! 

Next up, the first ever Virginia Highland Winterfest! Beginning with a Tour of Lights, participants will explore private garden displays with lights and tasty snacks. In addition, each home will feature a beverage of choice, and participants will receive a commemorative Virginia-Highland mug.

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Top 10 Happenings Around Atlanta This Thanksgiving | 2021


November is officially here, and the holiday season is fast-approaching! Take a break from all the recipe planning, and explore the Top 10 Happenings Around Atlanta This Thanksgiving: 2021.

With so much more to do than Black Friday shopping, it’s easier than ever to keep your family happy and engaged this 2021 Thanksgiving holiday!

From holiday interior decor to dining, activities for all ages,  and even some unconventional fun, we have all your tastes covered even if turkey isn’t on the menu this year.

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December HIGH Frequency Friday

The High Museum is turning up the volume with December’s HIGH Frequency Friday! Enjoy a moment of respite and fun as you explore the High Museum galleries this month. With a soundtrack to enhance your art experience, the evening is the High Museum’s sell-out event of art and music!

Event Details
Friday | December 3rd, 2021
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

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Fernbank After Dark: Holiday Party

Fernbank After DarkAtlanta’s favorite adult science night is in the holiday spirit, offering exclusive Museum access after dark with a variety of holiday-themed activities for adults! Don’t miss live music, science demonstrations, full bars, and more at December’s Fernbank After Dark: Holiday Party.

Event Details
Friday | December 10th, 2021
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Holiday Happenings at Fernbank Museum

Fernbank SnowglobeFrom indoor exhibitions to outdoor experiences – and everything in between – Fernbank Museum is bringing the jolly this season with their Holiday Happenings! Enjoy beloved pastimes or pick up a new tradition along with way with a variety of festive fun for all ages. 

Holiday Happenings Dates
November 20th, 2021 – January 9th, 2022

Fernbank Museum of Natural History
767 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

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Winter Wonderland: Celebrations & Traditions Around the World

Fernbank Winter WonderlandShowcasing celebrations from around the globe, the Winter Wonderland: Celebrations & Traditions Around the World fills Fernbank Museum with over two floors of twinkling, beautifully decorated trees throughout the holiday season!

Event Details
November 20th, 2021 – January 9th, 2022

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Season on the Square: The Lighting at Colony Square

CHOA Lighting the SquareChildren’s Healthcare of Atlanta is reimagining its beloved Holiday Parade as an exciting new tradition this holiday season! The Lighting at Colony Square still has all the highlights of the parade, but now transformed into a full-day celebration – complete with a tree lighting and visit from Santa himself.

Event Details
Saturday | December 4th, 2021
10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Colony Square
1197 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30361

In the evening following the day’s festivities, a Children’s patient will now have the honor of lighting the Christmas Tree to officially commence the start of the holiday season! Highlights from the event include live reindeer, Touch-A-Truck, an assortment of live performances, caroling, ice skating, and fun for the whole family. Proceeds from the Colony Square ice-skating rink tickets will benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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