It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and our spirits are bright! Whether you’re looking to jump into the festivities of the holidays or give back in the spirit of the season, we have you covered with our Top 16 Happenings Around Atlanta This Weekend:Thursday – Sunday, November 8th – 11th, 2018.
Santa is beginning to make his appearances throughout town, and there is an incredible lineup of vendors and artists selling the perfect gifts for the holidays. Don’t miss the start of the beloved Home For The Holidays Designer Showhouse & Marketplace, kick off the cooler weather with the Holiday Lights, Garden Nights at Atlanta Botanical Garden, and give back to some wonderful causes all weekend long!
Get the most out of your weekend ahead with our unique lineup of 16 happenings all around the city!
Admission to Winter Wonderland is included with Museum admission and free for members.
The variety of trees will be adorned with twinkling with lights, glimmer with color, and shine with a variety of cultural objects. The displays throughout the museum recognize the diversity of celebrations, holidays, traditions, and events from around the world.
Fernbank After Dark offers exclusive Museum access after dark with a variety of hands-on activities for adults! Don’t miss live music, giant screen movies, craft beer and cocktails, and more at November’s Science of Our Senses!
Event Details Friday | November 9th, 2018 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Continues Second Friday of Every Month
Join the Monster Mash Rock Star Bash for a rockin’ evening to benefit the Marcus Autism Center! In addition to the opportunity to win prizes for the best costumes, there will also be killer auction items, a makeup artist, photo booth, silent auction, DJ, food, and drinks.
On your mark, get set, let’s fight cancer! Now in its 8th year, the Winship Win the Fight 5K Run/ Walk is a family-friendly event that raises critical funds for innovative cancer research, treatment, and care at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University.
Established and emerging artists alike will join to showcase a wide range of artistic mediums including: oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed-media painting, photography, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, glass, metal, wood work, and more!
What started out in 2011 as a small walking parade around the Square has grown into a city-wide Halloween tradition. The Haints and Saints Halloween Parade has it all – and it keeps getting bigger and better each year!