The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is celebrating 21 years of storytelling with through a proud tradition of entertaining audiences and fostering community dialogue!
Festival Dates February 17th – 28th, 2021
Prioritizing the health and safety of the Festival’s loyal audience, the annual event has been reimagined to now include virtual screenings to enjoy at home! Select drive-in movies will be available alongside over 30 narrative and documentary features. Audiences will enjoy expanded conversations with filmmakers, special guests, and more!
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.
If you’re anything like us, we are getting ready to shake off those 2020 Blues! So when it comes to the new year 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 2021 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.
This year has looked a little different, and the holidays have been no exception! With so many changes over the past several months, it can be tricky to find a way to celebrate the New Year that we are all so eager to embrace.
We have you covered with our Top 5 Ways to Ring in the New Year Around Atlanta for 2021!
He’s making a list, and he’s checking it twice – Santa Claus is coming to town! We’ve put together a list where you can be sure to spot him in 2020 and get a picture with your family and pets.
The holidays may look a bit different this year, but we’ve put our elves to work to help you find Santa no matter where you are in the city. Don’t miss out on seeing The Big Man in Red as he makes all his stops along the way!
Please note: With the ongoing pandemic, we will continue to update this list as any changes or additions occur. You may see some old favorites missing from the list, but we hope this helps your family find the joy throughout the holiday season – and perhaps find a new tradition!
Don your holiday festive cocktail attire to celebrate the Season of Hope! In support of the Marcus Autism Center, the third annual event will include cocktails, silent and live auctions, dinner, and dancing.
Now with even more festivities, we’ve updated our guide to help you get the most out of your socially-distanced spooky season.
It’s officially the season for spooking and bewitching! We couldn’t be more excited to get into the Halloween spirit with Your 2020 Guide to Halloween Happenings Around Atlanta.
This year may look a little different, but there are plenty of ways to get festive all month long. From family-friendly activities to virtual events and everything in between, we have you covered with all the highlights!
Check out our list below to ensure you get more treats than tricks all throughout the month:
Even while social distancing, you can help spread joy across the city in a unique way with the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade-in-Place! This year’s festivities are a great way to celebrate creativity and build community while keeping Atlanta safe
Event Details September 21st – 26th, 2020
Map & Locations Kicking off the week, the map will be published on Monday, September 21st. A digital map will contain live updates on where to see the best lantern light displays! Walk, bike, or drive around town to get involved throughout the weekend.
Be sure to check #BeltLineParadeInPlace for live map updates and to join the celebration!
The dogwoods may not longer be in full bloom, but Atlanta is excited to welcome the return of the city’s favorite springtime tradition! Back by popular demand, enjoy getting out and about at the 84th Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival.
Summer in the City is going virtual! Benefiting the Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute at Shepherd Center, guests will enjoy an evening filled with entertainment and delicious food and libations wine – all from the comfort of their own homes.