Family & Pets
Hanukkah falls in December from the 16th through the 24th this year and there are a number of fun ways to celebrate with your family in Atlanta.
Fall is here and that means Thanksgiving break for the school kids. What to do? How about some of these great Thanksgiving craft ideas to keep the kids and even the parents busy.
Fall is one of the prettiest times of year in Atlanta, so it’s natural for you to start feeling a bit more romantic. If you’re looking to propose, consider choosing on of these great locations.
The Atlanta area has several corn mazes to choose from, and we have selected some of our favorites.
If you have a tolerance for the spooky and creepy, then you’ll love Atlanta’s haunted houses. We have some of the scariest adventures in the country.
Rainy days are crafty days! Don’t let the fun just be outdoors; get involved in some hands-on fun with your kids and show them that art is great.
Just because the weather is cooling doesn’t mean that your children’s passion for sports should. Get them signed up for one of the great fall sports leagues listed here and have them burning off their energy right into 2015.
Sometimes you just need to get out and hit a few balls to get rid of life’s daily frustrations. Consider checking out one of Atlanta’s many batting cages.
The ATL is the place to be on Labor Day weekend this year. Definitely save the trip to the beach for a different time and have a staycation attending one of the many events going on around town.
One of the best ways to get your kids familiar with wildlife is to take them to a local petting zoo. Check out some of our favorites located in the Atlanta area.