Out of an abundance of caution, the listed 2020 Easter Events have all been cancelled to ensure the health and safety of Georgia families.
Spring is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start dyeing eggs and searching for the Easter Bunny! We have put together a list of the Top 10 Atlanta Area Easter Events in 2020 so you and your family can make the most of your Easter weekend!
Break bread with friends and family, meet the Easter bunny, hunt for eggs, and enjoy the beauty of Atlanta.
Held the day after the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon, Atlanta’s marathon weekend is America’s marathon weekend! This year will be the Marathon’s second year on a new course, taking runners past Atlanta’s most important monuments, stadiums and neighborhoods. Near and far, participants will experience firsthand how Atlanta is Running City USA!
If you’re anything like us, we are getting ready to shake off those Winter Blues! So when it comes to Springtime in Atlanta, we can think of two things: enjoying everything fresh and getting outdoors! Grab those market bags and get ready to experience the city’s local flavors at their very best with our 2020 Guide to Atlanta’s Best Farmers Markets.
Enjoy a leisurely Saturday morning sipping hot brewed coffee as you stroll through a rainbow of organic produce, listening to live music and exploring local art. Even the kids will enjoy the variety of family-friendly options, including activity centers, baby animals, picnics, and more!
Shopping local has never been easier, and Atlanta turns a weekly stop for food into a remarkable experience for everyone.
It was a great year for the Morris Raney Team including three personal sales, The Beacham Series cover, Atlanta Agent Magazine cover, The Atlantan Leading Top 100 list, and, best of all, helping over 85 buyers and sellers in 2019.
We are thankful for every single one of our clients – it wouldn’t be possible without your continued support!
Grab your favorite pirate costume and get ready for a swashbuckling adventure! Guests will enjoy building pirate ships along with other pirate-themed crafts and games – even a visit from the Atlanta Pirate and Wenches Guild.
Atlanta Pirate and Wenches Guild Shiver me timbers! Thar be special guests visiting from this local guild of pirate enthusiasts.
Pirate Hook Craft Wee pirates are invited to make their own hooks from cups and tin foil.
Pirate Pseudonym Don’t be a scallywag! Every pirate needs a proper seafaring moniker—get yours here.
Photo-Op Pose with a captain’s hat or a crewman’s scarf, and don’t forget to say “Arrr.”
Walk the Plank All hands on deck! Only the bravest are up to this test of balance.
Tattoo Parlor Because every proper pirate needs a tattoo.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is celebrating a milestone 20 years of storytelling with through a proud tradition of entertaining audiences and fostering community dialogue!
Festival Dates February 10th – 27th, 2020
Opening Venue Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
New for 2020 – Expanded Intown Venues UA Tara Cinemas, Regal Perimeter Pointe, the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, Landmark Theatres Midtown Art Cinema, and the Plaza Theatre.
Young Professionals Night Location The Woodruff Arts Center
The Festival has exhibited over 70 narratives and documentaries, representing more than 25 countries. Throughout the festival, guests will engage in the most compelling foreign and independent films. Regardless of genre, each film will fascinate, inspire, and expand your perspective!
Film Lineup TBA
With more than 38,000 moviegoers attending screenings in past years, the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival made history by becoming the largest Jewish film festival in the world – And 2020 promises to bring even more excitement with amazing movies that entertain and captivate audiences in new ways!
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) is an exploration of Jewish life, culture and history through the lens of cinema. The AJFF seeks to use the power of film to both entertain and educate, while challenging conventional perspectives on complex and challenging issues facing the Jewish and world community alike.
Now that Christmas is over and you start to take the decorations down, you may think to yourself, “What am I going to do with this tree?”It’s time to Bring One for the Chipper!
Event Details January 4th, 2020 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Instead of placing the tree on the curb (which will eventually end up in a landfill), bring it to one of the several “Bring One for the Chipper” tree recycling events. This annual Georgia Christmas tree recycling program has recycled almost 5 million trees.