Trying to figure out how to celebrate your dad for Father’s Day this year? Check out our top five ways to spend Father’s Day in Atlanta.
There are many museums, stores, parks and other venues that offer cheap and even free activities for kids to enjoy.
While the first official day of summer 2014 doesn’t occur until June 21, the season gets underway a little earlier with the advent of Memorial Day on May 26. Some of Atlanta’s most beloved destinations and attractions will play host to a slew of activities throughout the three-day Memorial weekend.
Atlanta parents in search of something “eggstraordinary” to do with the kids this Easter should hop on over to one or more of the awesome events they find on this must-do list for spring 2014.
So you love animals, but you’re just not sure where to go to help out in Atlanta. Check out these great volunteer opportunities.
Atlanta families will be doing a jig this St. Patrick’s Day, thanks to the wide variety of Irish-themed events and activities thoughtfully designed for the enjoyment of kids of all ages.
Your kids may be excited about getting out of school for the summer, but for parents this often means a bit of hair-tearing while trying to come up with fun activities for the easily bored tots. Check out these summer camp options to give yourself a vacation.
Atlanta is a city filled to overflowing with world-class hotels and critically-acclaimed restaurants, but the following fit the bill for a true night of romance.
Not everyone wants to spend Super Bowl Sunday glued to the television, and kids may have an especially hard time maintaining their attention spans through the long game. Consider these alternative activities for the big day.
ATLANTA (WAOK) This is traditionally one of the busiest weeks of the year in Atlanta. Its a week when thousands of people from around the country and sometimes even from around the world come to […]