Summertime is coming, which means it’s time to shake up your movie routine! We will be updating this page as more showtimes and movies become available for 2020.
Whether you are looking for an outdoor family flick, a date night on the town, or to keep the kiddos busy during the week – We have you covered with the schedules, locations, and highlights to fill your summer with some budget-friendly fun for all ages!
Dates: May – September 2020
Locations: Brookhaven, Metro Atlanta, Midtown Atlanta, Candler Park, Duluth, and more. See schedules below.
This year’s beloved tour showcases a range of spectacular private gardens, giving gardening enthusiasts the opportunity to explore impressive garden designs! Both experienced garden connoisseurs and inquisitive garden novices will delight in this self-guided tour. Gain inspiration from the exquisite ideas showcased by talented landscape architects, garden designers, and local gardeners.
Due to safety concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the Atlanta Cycling Festival has been postponed until the Fall of 2020. Updates to come!
The 7th Annual Atlanta Cycling Festival returns for a celebration all about cycling! The week-long festival includes bike rides, classes, and parties located all throughout Atlanta.
Event Details TBA
Themed rides and events will continue throughout the Festival Week with events for art lovers, cyclists who love great cocktails, rides with your babies, and of course the Big Opening Bash!
Bring your helmets, bike lights, sun screen, and some water – and join in at one of the festival’s unique events! From family rides to cocktail hour, the Atlanta Cycling Festival will have something for everyone, including riders of all levels and abilities.
Guests will enjoy an indulgent day of wine, champagne, frosé ,and rosé cocktails while enjoying carefully curated menus. The fun continues with other fun activities, including large and artfully-designed photo installations along the way!
Families are invited to enjoy an artist market, live musical performances, improvisational and stand-up comedy, a children’s festival, literary events, dance performances and more! Kicking off this year’s festivities, the ArtWalk opens the festival on Friday evening with a variety of artful events to celebrate all through the weekend.
Due to ongoing concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the High Museum of Art will close to the public effective immediately and will remain closed while continuing to assess and monitor developments. All High Museum of Art events and programs also are canceled until further notice.
Friday Jazz returns to the High Museum of Art for an evening of live jazz performances featured in the atrium every third Friday – always with a great lineup. Welcome the multifaceted music of recording artist and writer, Kathleen Bertrand!
To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the Center for Puppetry Arts will be closed until further notice.
The Center for Puppetry Arts offers family fun for all ages throughout their Family Series! Join along on the groovy adventure of Pete the Cat, a cool, skateboarding, surfing, rocking blue cat and his fine friends! Based off the award-winning book series by Kim and James Dean, the production invites audiences to the “Pete the Cat Club” with a number of interactive and musical elements.
Children and adults alike will love the innovative adaptations of classic stories and dynamic original works by the Puppetry Center and other artists. Performances often sell out, so be sure to purchase tickets in advance!
Pete the Cat Stories included are: Pete the Cat: Rock On Mom and Dad, Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses, Pete the Cat’s Big Lunch SCUBA-Cat, The New Guy, Valentine’s Day is Cool, Robo-Pete, and Bedtime Blues. Pete the Cat features rod puppets, projected animations, original music and interactive elements – such as singing along with The Wheels on the Bus and helping Pete solve a math problem.
The cast includes veteran performers at the Center for Puppetry Arts and Puppeteer/Composer Dolph Amick, who wrote the original music.