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.
In support of those needing vision and hearing care, Night of Spectacles is an elegant reception featuring spectacles and all mediums of art. Former featured works have included art from one of our team’s personal favorites, Blayne Macauley!
Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy bites, sips, and the musical styling of Del Baroni and Tony Winston. Showcased works feature original pieces from local artists alongside art made from recycled sunglasses by students at Brenau University and Georgia Southern University.
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.
We are very sorry to announce that the City of Brookhaven has decided to cancel the 2020 #BrookhavenCherryFest in an abundance of caution due to the COVID-19 virus, which was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday. The Cherry Blossom Festival 5K scheduled for March 21 is also canceled.
Come Bloom at the 6th Annual Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival! The two-day music and art extravaganza returns with a weekend filled with live musical performances, an arts and crafts market featuring over 100 regional artists, the beloved “Pet World,” a Classic Car Show, Kids Zone, and more!
5K Kick Off Saturday | March 21st, 2020
Music and Arts Extravaganza March 28th – 29th, 2020 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Honor Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by learning about his life and legacy as well as the many contributions of African Americans in Atlanta! Throughout the city, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a day of remembrance, celebration, and commemoration.
We have you covered with all the happenings around Atlanta in honor of the national Martin Luther King Jr. holiday: January 20th, 2020.
Find unique items for everyone on your list at Town Brookhaven’s Handmade Holiday Market each weekend through December 22nd! In partnership with Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces, the Market will be located in the space next to CineBistro.
Event Details Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays Through December 22nd
With so many parties and events, it can be tricky narrowing down your New Year’s Eve plans around Atlanta! We have you covered with the Top 17 New Years Eve Events in Atlanta to shake up the holiday as you ring in 2020.
While the Peach Drop is a beloved Atlanta classic, some party-goers may want a little something different. After you’ve made your dinner reservations, enjoy unique twists on beloved events, wear your best cocktail attire, or even find some fun for the kids!
And we don’t just stop at New Year’s Eve – We have plans from the weekend well into New Years Day. From breaking old resolutions to making some new ones, Atlanta has plenty to celebrate as we enter the new year!
Kicking off with a visit from Santa, the fun-filled evening has activities for ages from 1 to 92! Music, games, crafts, and giveaways will lead up to lighting of the City’s 40-foot Christmas tree and dazzling Hanukkah decorations. Members of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta return with Rabi Brian Glusman to light the City’s Hanukah Menorah. Young patients from CHOA will join Mayor John Ernst in flipping the switch to light the City’s holiday tree.